The more they are used, the more precious they become. You may find yourself physically drawn to them, actually sensing their energy. With practice, you can refine your capacity to sense the energy in these special objects.
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Originating from the healing dances of the Plains Indians, the Round Dance is a dance of joy and happiness, kinship and harmony. Indigenous people are gathering in cities, towns, malls, plazas, roads and railways across the planet to dance, sing and stand up for human rights and decency.
"Mother Earth is sending us messages," says bestselling author and shamanic initiate John Perkins in this discussion about hurricane Sandy and its aftermath. Is Sandy an isolated, freak weather event, as much mainstream media coverage would have you believe, or is it something more?
Julia Julieta Casimiro de Pineda, one of the founders of the
International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, lives in Huautla de Jiménez, in the
Mexican state of Oaxaca. All of Huautla feels
like an ongoing ceremony. Daily life seems to be ordained by a
as if every single action had a higher purpose.
If successfully funded, Kantza will be the first creative film produced by the Shuar people, who are indigenous to the Ecuadorian Amazon.
The Irish philosopher, poet and shaman John Moriarty used Irish myths to illustrate his belief that there has been a schism between what we as
humans instinctively are and what we have become and how we choose to
live. He became a character living in a parallel Ireland called
Fódhla, lamenting the wrong turn that the Western world has taken.