About Jabiru Dreaming: There are many Aboriginal legends concerning Brolgas, most of which explain their dance as that of a young maiden who was turned into the graceful bird because of her constant dancing.
The Australian Aborigines speak of jiva or guruwari, a seed power deposited in the earth. In the Aboriginal worldview, every meaningful activity, event, or life process that occurs at a particular place leaves behind a vibrational residue in the earth, as plants leave an image of themselves as seeds. The shape of the land - its mountains, rocks, riverbeds, and water holes - and its unseen vibrations echo the events that brought that place into creation. Everything in the natural world is a symbolic footprint of the metaphysical beings whose actions created our world. As with a seed, the potency of an earthly location is wedded to the memory of its origin.
The Aborigines called this potency the "Dreaming" of a place, and this Dreaming constitutes the sacredness of the earth. Only in extraordinary states of consciousness can one be aware of, or attuned to, the inner dreaming of the Earth.... Doctors Without Borders too have created a wonderful vibrational footprint.