Join us and become a part of the Kanyini Family!
One of Uncle Bobs dreams is to start a network called the Kanyini Family.
The above picture. Is posted on Facebook by Vicki Bosisto
What I can do is add all the people who have sent an e-mail into the Kanyini Family. As part of the larger family of unconditional Love.
If you would like to take part do please comment below or send us an e-mail.
I would love to be part of this living Kanyini, I saw Uncles documentary a few years ago and stayed with me… now coming across this website, I didn’t know was here <3
Rhys Hollo-Russell says
I would like to thank you.
From you to me and me to you.
Hi Barbara. I first watched Kanyini about ten years ago. Growing up as an only child to a single mother, I ached for connection and belonging. I found it on Country even though I didn’t know what that was at the time. I used to talk to the forests, animals, sky, water. It seemed so natural. When I went back to the city and went to school I was taught not to do that by teachers. But I always felt inside that was the right relationship. Seeing Kanyini woke me up inside, and gave me a feeling of connection back to that feeling I had in my childhood. Please accept me into the Kanyini family of love, connection and responsibility. I am a white fella but I uphold the proper way of doing things the best I can with the limited knowledge I have. Tjilpi Uncle spirit – I hope you feel my deep gratitude for your teachings.
Hi Tamasyn, reading this felt like reading something I had written to myself. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you for the efforts/service to all. I too have found this lore of Unconditional Love to share – I wish to connect and learn more about the way of the Origine.
I so deeply resonate and would love to be part of the Kanyini family – such gratitude,
I really want to become a Kanyini Family member. I send you love and love and love. I send love to mother earth.
Alison Conroy-Doust says
I would love to be part of this family. Thank you for offering this opportunity.
Tracey Harris says
I would also be honoured to be part of the Kanyini family, Uncle’s story is beautiful, touching and one that we all need to engage deep listening.
Thank you Uncle I would love to be part of your family. Your message is beautiful you are a Star Being and you shine down on the Earth now. Be free beautiful man.
Angele James says
Connecting with love and compassion and healing.
Jessica Simms says
I watched Kanyini last week and felt it was one of the most profound experiences – I would love to be part of the Kanyini family. xx Jess
Jax Smith says
Dear Auntie Barbara and all the Family – We hold You in our Hearts today and acknowledge Uncle with Deep Honouring for His Bright & Beautiful Spirit and great contribution of Living Love to All Beings everywhere *** He is one of Humankind’s Universal Treasures ***
Rainbow StarFire Blessings & much Love from Sydney – Jax xxxxxx
Tanya Arnold says
Would love to be a part of your family.
I would love to belong to the kanyini family! I heard in the southern parts kanyini is called gallana (something to that nature)
I would be honoured to join.
I would be honoured to share in this x
andrea falletta says
Hi friends, I really appreciate to be part of this fantastic project and I would love to support it in somehow, feel free to contact me.
I ever dreamed to be part of a family with these principles…please let me join to yours.
I bless you,
Lu*Yie Law says
Connectimg with Kanyini has changed my life, spirit is guiding me to keep connecting and sharing kanyinis sacred teaching of eternal love, you are my tribe my family my love and I feel blessed to be on this journey with u all thank you *****
yes I so much want to be a part of the Kanyini family. I feel very blest to have met Uncle in a way I had never planned as I didn’t even know who he was. So how grateful am I that spirit intervened for me to have such a privilege of spending a weekend in his presence.
Donna Hildred says
In March this year I was incredibly privileged to be one of 400 people from 27 different nations who gathered for a Kryon global peace conference in Uluru. Uncle and the Anangu people granted special permission for a small group of us to visit sacred sites with the Anangu people and hold ceremonies there.
It is impossible to put into words what my heart felt and experienced in Uluru – spiritual experiences like these do not have words to describe them – they are “felt” in a spiritual dimension where words simply do not exist. When the land, the animals and the trees speak to you there are no words to adequately describe these things. I can only put my hand on my heart and hope people understand what it is I am speaking of.
I witnessed so many miracles during my time in Uluru including what seemed to be a nod from the heavens with a huge rainbow halo in the sky around the sun appearing just before our final group ceremony held at the Rock. During the closing ceremony we were also treated to a beautiful shooting star streaking across the sky. What a fitting end to our time in Uluru.
On hearing of Uncle’s passing I went outside to pay my respects and to look up at all the ancestors in the stars above me in the night sky and was amazed to witness yet another shooting star streaking into the northern skies. I felt like Uncle had given me a wave from the “other side”. I would feel most humbled to be part of the Kanyini family and actively support Uncle’s vision of unconditional love for land, for family and for the future of humanity unified as One. We are the next generation continuing his legacy and I wish to be part of this. I am so grateful for Uncle showing us the way forward – for teaching from a place of love and teaching us to love one another and to work towards unity and peace for all of mankind. Lets work together and achieve his dream of a unified Australia. Blessings to all. xo
Jennifer Roemer says
I was at Uluru in March this year (2015)…. I have seen the film “Kanyini” at Uluru with a big group of people there ….. no more words right now …… just love ….. please add me to Kanyini Family …. thank you
Gabriela and Richie Pavledis says
Please add us to your Kanyini Family and we look so much forward coming to Uluru this year.
Love and great respect, Richie and Gabriela xou
Juvenal R Vincent says
I watched “Kanyini” about in 2012. I watched your recording on-line. I was proud to be Australian that day. I am a migrant and in my homeland, I am a stranger. I fell ill and became a stranger to my family. I was lonely and lost. Your Great saying to this effect
‘When you are with nature, you will never be alone’.
It heals all the pain.
Thankyou. Share your wisdom when you are alive, it has no value for the worms.
Good health and great joy.
Ravi ( Only my close friends & my family call me by this name)
Daniel Kesztler says
I am deeply honoured to feel your presence and dream to meet in person soon. Please add me to the Kanyini Family, as all your teaching resonates deeply within me.
with deep love and gratitude
Your message is beautiful and inspiring
What a wonderful world we could have with a two way learning. Thank you for helping me understand and for sharing your wisdom.
Kathleen Morgan says
I would love to join the Kanyini Family, since the first time I saw the Kanyini film I have been telling everyone I know about it. Family is so important. I would like to share with you this poem I wrote for some friends of mine as they continue the search for their own families.
building his nest,
taking the time
to be still and rest.
to enable him to see
the strength he can access
through his family tree.
Knowing the branches
which are stable and strong,
finding the space
to grow and belong.
When kingfisher man
is ready to fly
his branch will hold
his nest close by,
Creating a binding
providing the will,
the reason to try
To be the best
he can be,
knowing his place
on his ancestral tree.
Koori Mail, 12 December 2012, p. 23, Issue No. 541
Thank you very much for sharing your poem and your presence Kathleen!
Donna Hildred says
Kathleen I had goosebumps all over as I read your “Kingfisher Man” poem. I have read it and re-read it and re-read it some more. Since I heard Uncle had passed over to his ancestors the sadness in my heart has filled my eyes with tears so many times. The day after I heard Uncle had passed I was standing near a window at work and looked out to see a beautiful kingfisher on the fence. I am 46 years old and have only ever seen 3 kingfishers in my lifetime. I was awestruck by how special this moment was – to be at the right place at the right time to see this kingfisher – 5 minutes earlier or later I would have missed it. Uncle’s spirit is the kingfisher to me – a special king (elder) who was came to unify the Australian people. Australia and the Anangu people have had a great spirit pass over to the ancestors – his loss is felt deeply by all of us but when Uncle’s family say sorry business is over we need to continue his mission and achieve his dream of seeing all of Australia united as One. May his beautiful spirit rest up in the stars and shine down his love on all of us. Thank you Uncle for teaching us peace and thank you for teaching us love
Mosammat irin pinky says
Kanyini, Uncle Bob and Barbara. Thank you for creating this opportunity. I would love to be part of the Kanyini family.xxx
Yamuna Sharon Grunwald says
Thank you for your amazing work and dedication. I have always beleived that if one being lives with their liberation restricted then we all are compromised. I love and try to live by that beautiful quote by Lilla Watson.
“If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, let’s work together.”
Much love and blessing for your work,
Keppel Cassidy says
I saw ‘Kanyini’ in 2005, and was moved and uplifted by the courage and heart wisdom of Uncle Bob, and the wisdom of the Kanyini teachings. I was again privileged to hear Uncle Bob speak recently at the Warburton Harmony Festival, (including a showing of the ‘New Kanyini’ documentary), where his words and presence touched many. The Kanyini teachings that Uncle Bob shares represent a wisdom that resonates with my heart, and in this time of crisis are a ‘blueprint’ for living in harmony with all life that is truly precious. I would love to be part of the Kanyini network.
My love and blessings to Uncle Bob and Barbara 🙂
Chani Ridley says
I would love to be a part of the Kanyini family
Kelesi Woodhouse says
Kanyini, Uncle Bob and Barbara. Thank you for creating this opportunity. I would love to be part of the Kanyini family, and know in my heart that I already am 🙂 I live in an anthroposophical community in Mittagong NSW and recognise in my heart and soul the precious and powerful process that is Kanyini. I sign my emails and texts with it often, as a reminder, and to help others begin or unfold this eternal wisdom.
Love and Gratitude – Kanyini,
Love the presentation. Blessings to you and Barbara. <3
Visiting Uluru last year was for me and my wife the most important moment of our life, it´s such a spiritual place, and we understood so many tnings about life here. We are french and as european i apologize for what happened to Aboriginal people, i am ashamed of that. With our 2000 years old history we are nothing compared to your 70 or 40000 years of experience of the truth. I’d like to help your people, young aboriginals have to learn their story and to be proud of it.
Hope being able to come back again, thank you Bob
Blessings to all
Thank you for this beautiful picture of both Uncle Bod and Babara! Blessings to them.Mingxx