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Sequoyah Trueblood is a blood member of the Choctaw nation and a traveling Medicine man who works in the Mountains of British Columbia as well as traveled all over the world holding healing ceremonies. He has served in Vietnam as a member of the Green Beret Special Forces. Sequoyah embodies the heart doctrine and elaborates the ancient teachings of the Mamos and native peoples. He was a presenter at the SEED Graduate Institute's Wisdom from the Origins 2012 Conference. Sequoyah was interviewed by
Barry Heidt of Sustainability Action Media and his video curated by Ruth Ann Barrett of EarthSayers.tv
This short film created by JustTV highlights the Fire Inside Program, an alternative Aboriginal Justice Program in Winnipeg that brought young men & women to the Turtle Lodge this past March. At the Turtle Lodge the youth received their spiritual names, experienced fasting for two days & received traditional teachings through ceremony. Watch the video & listen to the voices of the youth themselves.
Natural leadership, intergenerational community building, and lifelong learning are themes Doug Cohen addresses as part of his work with students and youths. In this video he talks about the "Call of the Time" a teaching of the Brahma Kumaris organization and the importance of a pursuing a "diet of perception input that is very diverse."
Doug was interviewed by Barry Heidt of Sustainability Action Media (SAM) at the SEED Graduate Institute's Conference, Wisdom from the Origins, September 13-17, 2012 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The conference featured a Youth Leadership and Scholarship Program led by Doug Cohen and Sabine Amend.
This excerpt of a much longer interview was edited for www.earthsayers.tv, voices of sustainability by Ruth Ann Barrett.
Author Kenneth Johnson talks about each moment in sacred time is a new beginning in the world, for all of us, renewal being the keyword.
His workshop at the Wisdom from the Origins Conference: The Mayan Calendar and other Prophesies on the Future of Humanity in Albuquerque, September 13-17 is "On Living the Sacred Calendar."
His newest book on the Mayan Calendar is available here. The Mayan Calendar does not "end" in 2012 as he discussed in his new book, "The Mayan Prophecies: The Renewal of the World, 2012-2072."
Kenneth was interviewed by Kathie, the Inspiration Gal.
Celebracion del Wajxaqib Baatz 27 de Marzo 2012 Belejeb Tzi Guatemala
Don Alejandro Cirilo Pérez, Wakatel Utiw (Wandering Wolf), is Quiche Maya from the highlands of Guatemala. Wandering Wolf serves as: leader of the National Mayan Council of Elders of Guatemala; Day Keeper of the Mayan Calendar; 13th generation Quiche Mayan Spiritual Leader; a founder and Grand Elder of the Continental Council of Elders & Spiritual Guides of the Americas; Extraordinary Ambassador in the Guatemalan government representing the indigenous pueblos; and an international lecturer on Mayan culture.His mathematical provenance extends to the traditional and elegant mathematics of the Mayan Long Count Calendar, which culminates in the Mayan year “Zero,” or approximately 2012 in the Gregorian calendar. Grandfather Cirilo holds the great honor of keeping sacred the teachings, visions, ceremonies and prophecies of the Maya people.
I AC TAH , a descendant of the men of maayab of the eastern part of Yucatan state, come from the lineage TAH CANCHE Baak and AC . Through the teachings of my grandparents and Baak Huchin BEE HAT , I learned that after 5125 years the earth with other planets create a perfect alignment to develop ourselves as beings of light, therefore we live in a historical time to create a conducive new state of consciousness where humans can live in harmony and balance. So, I am currently doing a tour around the country promoting awareness awakening to the return of the Maya foretold by my ancestors.
A 10 minute film about the work of Honor the Earth featuring the music of John Trudell.
Honor the Earth is a Native-led organization, established by Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe) and Indigo Girls Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, in 1993 to address the two primary needs of the Native environmental movement: the need to break the geographic and political isolation of Native communities and the need to increase financial resources for organizing and change.
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