Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq, shaman, healer, storyteller and carrier of the Qilaut (winddrum), is an Eskimo-Kalaallit Elder whose family belongs to the traditional healers from Kalaallit Nunaat, Greenland. His engagement for the Environment and Indigenous issues brought him to more than 60 countries in the world.
The Hawaiian Culture has concepts and skill sets that co-create Balance and abundance. Ho'oponopono. it's about forgotten ways of thinking and feeling.
The Hawaiian time evolved practice of managing trauma and transforming chaotic patterns into shapes and vistas of order and peace profound is presented in an interactive and trance breaking experience. A Workshop dedicated to setting aside focus skills based on pain and shame and guilt, and embracing a skill set to bring focus skills of joy and presence.
It all starts with with the idea that there is another way!
The Coal Bundle
NOWATEN DALE THOMAS
The one who listens was a member of the Kansas Potawatomi Prairie Band. At 39 years of age he was made a Kitchta spiritual leader by his people. Nowaten was the keeper of the Misho Skodanse, the eternal sacred Fire of the Three Fires people. In November, 1995 he allowed the sacred Fire for the first time to be carried outside the village by Fire keepers Muk-ta-the Bruce Hardwick and Mukwa O Day Duane Kinnart to an International gathering. In February 16, 1996, the Fire was carried to Northeastern Illinois University and lit for the first time at the 7th annual T.E.A.M. Conference. It has burned here ever since.
The coal bundle you carry has items that have been carefully collected. Each bundle contains a piece of coal from The Sacred Fire at Northeastern Illinois University.
Our belief is this bundle represents not only a physical, but also a spiritual connection to the sacred Fires that have burned for thousands and thousands of years. We believe these bundles represent the collective consciousness of all the participants who have ever gathered. It is our hope you will carry this Fire coal bundle with a sense of purpose, and an understanding that our thoughts, intentions, and actions, at this moment, do influence the next seven
generations. These coal bundles have been shared around the world for the last twenty years.
Mary Lyons, Ojibwe Elder, Niish-Nibi-Ikwe Second Water Woman Elder of Mitigwakk-Daywaygus-Giwstashskad
Water Drum Circle, Sr. Member of the Top Hat Medicine Dress/Long Skirt Society, Spiritual Advisor, Storyteller, Wisdom Teacher. One of the four Indigenous Grandmothers that oversee the Women of Wellbriety, Intl. and active United Nations Observer on Women/Indigenous Issues.
Children of the Seven Rays was created in 2009 with the vision of bringing together ancient wisdom teachings from the great cultures of the world while connecting and strengthening a shared respect for Pachamama (Mother Earth), and a commitment to the next seven generations.
Cherokee Bodywork is not simply a bodywork but belongs to the ancient, traditional Cherokee medicine that was developed over 3000-8000 years ago.
There are a total of 7 large knowledge areas of Cherokee medicine.
One of them is called Hiskoliya - Cherokee technique or
Cherokee Bodywork is part of the physical therapy of Cherokee medicine
and includes not only bodywork but also moxabustion, acupuncture,
small surgery, obstetrics and much more.
Native American Academy "Rebuild the old way"
The Native American Academy is a nonprofit organization that try with other legal non-profit organizers in the US and in Europe, to improve the lives of the Indians and protect the spirituality of the Lakota.
The tour 2016 with Herny Red Cloud is about finding donors, supporters and volunteers who want to support the Lakotas so that the financial resources are increased and the Lakota solar and residential projects can finally be implemented.
NATIVE MEDICINE ACADEMY
Medicine Turtle and SunTurtle Woman
Native Medicine Academy "rebuild the old way"
breathing nature, living nature and you are a part of nature
Learn the history behind the medicine
after ancient indian tradition through oral tradition
Renewable Energy: A New Way to Honor the Old Ways
Lakota Solar Enterprises (LSE) is located on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, home to the Oglala Sioux Tribe. We believe that reducing our dependence on fossil fuels is important. And on tribal lands, it is imperative. We hope you will join us in helping tribes achieve energy sovereignty.
Challenges of Awakening
By Gayle Crosmaz-Brown.
Within the pages of this beautiful spiritual memoir, Gayle remembers the source of her Higher Self as her life story unfolds, and shares her awakening to universal knowledge. Beginning with a near death experience at birth she traverses numerous conflicts and challenges, transmuting them into positive beliefs.
Gayle demystifies the evolution of awakening and demonstrates
how to heal your Spiritual self.
In this book Angaangaq, the Greenlandic Shaman known worldwide, presents 21 simple ceremonies for your daily practice. Small ceremonies which will help you to be in contact with the knowledge and wisdom of our ancestors, and to take the challenges of daily life with more serenity and courage.
These ceremonies have been created for various moments during daily life, e.g. the ceremony of WAKING UP and GOING TO SLEEP, or to celebrate different aspects and emotions of existence, like THE BEAUTIFUL SIDES OF LIFE, THE SMILE OF THE HEART, HUGGING YOURSELF and BURNING TEARS.
Wise Secrets of Aloha is a wonderful story of the ancient art of healing and the modern day Kahuna who is helping others to raise their vibrations and to live above and beyond the pain and into a state of gratitude.
Wands and Whimsy's uniquely crafted one-of-a-kind art pieces are created by Jordanna, using lead free silver bearing pewter. Each Energy or Posh wand comes with a Certificate of Authenticity with spaces to add the names of the current owner as the wand is passed on as a family heirloom.