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The OneINMA Story

About Us Our Work Our Vision

One INMA Means 'One Ceremony'  We believe that we are All in One Ceremony, humans animals the environment and the planet.  Our name was given to us through our relationship with Anangu Elder,  Tjikatu B. Nipper and her Uncle, Kummunarra B. Randall guided us culturally for many years. 

 I lived and learnt also from my mother Maureen Quinn-Stanley, a 95 year old, Wakka Wakka, Wulli Wulli Elder of our Djwan Djumbe Nation. She learnt and carried our law, lore and ways of Being.

I lived my songs and stories from her and her grandfather & grandmother.

Today we share this knowledge as a way to learn how to live sustainable lives in all systems..

Every person, group, community, family, organisation and cultures including animals, plants, ecosystems and the entire environment is sacred and important for us to care for All to live in integrated harmony.

Our flagship work in Sacred Transformational Leadership allows us to share this in All our Work. 

Our Purpose

 Transforming Our World through transforming people, relationships, workplaces, communities and families, so that all systems move into higher levels of consciousness to sustain all Life and our planet.

Our Collective Vision


a world of Harmony and Peace in the Spirit of Kanyini that calls us

 'to Be the embodiment of Harmony & Understanding'

in Ourselves, Our Relationships Our Work and Actions in World

Kanyini - language of the  Pitjanjatjara Anangu peoples of the Central Desert to whom have been culturally connected for the past 40+ years.

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