Sacred Objects & Tools

Indigenous people, shamans, avatars, mystics and spiritual masters have always used sacred objects and tools to support their Earth walk and spiritual healing practices.

To assist you to raise and hold your vibration as you awaken to the New Dreaming, we have made a selection of high level spiritually advanced sacred objects and tools available for you to purchase.

Aboriginal Clapsticks

Hand-made genuine Australian aboriginal clapsticks blessed by the Grandmothers. Choice between raw, natural beeswax finish, or painted; plus postage to anywhere in the world. These are examples and may not be exactly what arrives for you. Each piece of timber has its unique markings and sound. 


Made by Grandmother Mulara and painted by Aunty Bangarra.

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Australian indigenous artwork by Wirajuri woman, Aunty Bangarra

I am a sculptor/artist and I create for the joy that it gives my soul. My inspiration comes from my dreams, through meditation, communing with Mother Earth and the Divine Feminine.  I love sculpting and drawing/painting what is in my heart, it gives me great joy. As I create I allow the universe to speak to me and this guides me in the process.

Available as postcards through Instagram account @salliessculptures or contact Aunty Bangarra at

“New Dreaming”

It’s time to walk the new dreaming, black fella and white fella together to create a new way. Allow the pain, blame and shame to drop away. There is only love.

New Dreaming


Gather as sisters, around the fire, close to Mother Earth in a safe space. share laughter, tears, joy, desires, pain, with no judgement. Hold each other, embrace the creative power of the divine feminine.


“Sacred Water”

Tears are sacred water, when they flow they honour who I am and those I shred them for. Never be ashamed of them, they hold the power of the Divine.

Sacred Water

“Star Sisters”

This is where you come from, we are one.

May the light in me see the light in you.

Star Sisters


May the joy in my heart bubble out to those around me. This painting also represents the joy of Grandmother, Mother and child.



Walk softly, slowly and gently with respect and honour – Yindyamarra. Ngurambanga means country; walking on Mother Earth keeps me grounded while my soul soars.



May Grandfather fire cleanse me and illuminate my path. Fire is a deep cleanser and illuminator of who I am and it helps spark my inner creativity.