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A Mamo's Gift: The Law of Origin by Sequoyah Trueblood Pt. 3 of 3
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Heart of the World. Sequoyah Trueblood speaks candidly of his experiences with the Mamos, or spiritual elders of the high mountains of Colombia. He was accompanied by James O'Dea, one of the great peacemakers of our time. This is the third segment of this three part series describing Sequoyah and James' experiences in Colombia, the land known as "The Heart of the World." In this final segment Sequoyah describes the events initiating the translation of "The Law of Origin," the Gifts of Global Telepathy and Divining. The Foundation for Global Humanity is grateful for this opportunity to film Sequoyah at the Shift Retreat at IONS in Northern California in June 2011. With deep respect, we present this sacred story from Sequoyah Trueblood, accompanied by James O'Dea.

EarthSayers James O'Dea; Sequoyah Trueblood
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Mamo's Gift: The Law of Origin by Sequoyah Trueblood Pt. 1 of 3
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Language of the breadth of life. Sequoyah Trueblood speaks candidly of his experiences with the Mamos, or spiritual elders of the high mountains of Colombia. He was accompanied by James O'Dea, one of the great peacemakers of our time. Together they are present to Sing a revered Mamo back to life, whereupon he blesses Sequoyah with a transmission of Peace in the Heart to carry back to the North and out into the world. Part II here.

The Foundation for Global Humanity is grateful for this opportunity to film Sequoyah at the Shift Retreat at IONS in Northern California in June 2011. With deep respect, we present this sacred story from Sequoyah Trueblood, accompanied by James O'Dea.

EarthSayers James O''Dea; Sequoyah Trueblood
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A Mamo's Gift: The Law of Origin by Sequoyah Trueblood Pt. 2 of 3
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Part I available here. Part III is here.

Language of the breadth of life. Sequoyah Trueblood speaks candidly of his experiences with the Mamos, or spiritual elders of the high mountains of Colombia. He was accompanied by James O'Dea, one of the great peacemakers of our time. In this, Part II, Sequoyah speaks of his first visit to Colombia, the unexpected invitation to serve as one of 9 people to be called to translate the tribal "Law of Origin" with a transmission of the reason for these indigenous people to come down from their sacred mountain. Recent visions of the Mamos have called for them to share their ways of being with the world. Click here for Pt. 3 of 3.

The Foundation for Global Humanity is grateful for this opportunity to film Sequoyah at the Shift Retreat at IONS in Northern California in June 2011. With deep respect, we present this sacred story from Sequoyah Trueblood, accompanied by James O'Dea.

EarthSayers James O'Dea; Sequoyah Trueblood
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Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Wisdom Keepers More Details
Quantum Activism by Amit Goswami at SEED Graduate Institute
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Here Amit Goswami speaks of the necessity to bridge the gap between Quantum theory and "what Quantum Physics is freeing us to do." He identifies this concept as "Quantum Activism" which includes the awareness that God has causal efficacy and when we combine that with free will, we too can become responsible creators in this world.

Amit is a Quantum Physicist, Professor and Author. His book on Quantum Activism may be ordered from Amazon by clicking on the book image or visiting your local bookstore. Thank you.

Video presented by the Foundation for Global Humanity on the occasion of the Language of Spirit Conference hosted by the SEED Graduate Institute bringing the minds among quantum physicists, Native American scholars, and linguists to discuss the underlying principles of the Universe, based on a mutual respect for their differences in worldviews. The format followed the late David Bohm's work On Dialogue.

 

EarthSayer Amit Goswami
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Cherokee, a poem by Shontay Luna
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At one time, many moons ago, history wasn't always
shrouded like every sudden widow. The only carrier left
of the fragile gift of our ancestral memory traded hers for the ride alcohol provided. All that's left of my heritage are diced memories my mother managed to make into a salad, tossed in time through the passage of her life.

Great Grandfather was a frontiersman upon the bounty that is God's Louisiana earth. Through the swampy backwoods, his name carried the word "rain". After a marriage and 5 children,
he lived to see many sunsets before his passing in his '90's.

For me the word Cherokee is a peaceful sound. It also reminds me of a people who have never given up. With each generation,
my family's Indian blood runs thinner to find myself near the
end of it's line. The bloodline of a hidden heritage, full
of mysterious grace and quiet dignity.

Knowing the door is there, the key remains hidden. But now
it has been found, in a library devoted to the Native American past. In it were books about the me I never knew.
Devine knowing bust from the yellowed pages,
never to be confined again.

EarthSayer Shontay Luna
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Household Energy Efficiency Tips by Ed Begley, Jr.
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Sustainability doesn't have to be complicated, the idea being to change your behavior and move from consumer to conserver.  This short video is an example of tips and suggestions for conserving energy.  Ed Begley, Jr. is an actor and environmentalist. Read more about him here. This series is sponsored by a non-profit, Energy Upgrade Los Angeles This program is funded in part through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

 

EarthSayer Ed Begley, Jr.
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Last of Energy Resources are in the Territories of Indigenous Peoples by Erick Gonzalez
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OmeAkaEhekatl Erick Gonzalez is founder and spiritual leader of Earth Peoples United whose mission in part is to connect people to the natural and spiritual world. More information on their site at earthpeoplesunited.org.  He was a presenter at Earth Day 2012 Conference held in Portland, Oregon and co-sponsored by the Earth & Spirit Council and Portland Community College (PCC) Sylvania campus.

This is an excerpt from a taped reply to the question "What gives us hope and heart to keep working on what is best for our Earth in the face of difficult changes?" He was videotaped by Tom Hopkins and added to the EarthSayers.tv, voices of sustainability, special collection by Ruth Ann Barrett, Curator.

He begins by reminding us we are all in the same boat.

EarthSayer Erick Gonzalez
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SAM Portfolio: Panel Excerpt: What Gives Us Hope and Heart by Barbara Ford
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Sustainability Action Media (SAM) at Earth Day Conference 2012 sponsored by the Earth & Spirit Council.  This is an excerpt from a panel presentation featuring the comments of one of the panelists, Barbara Ford.  Videotaped by Tom Heidt and Barry Heidt of SAM, April 20, 2012 and added to the EarthSayers.tv collection, Culture and Consciousness by Ruth Ann Barrett, Curator.

 

EarthSayer Barbara Ford
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What Gives Us Hope and Heart by Barbara Ford
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At the Earth Day 2012 Conference co-sponsored by the Earth & Spirit Council and Portland Community College/ Sylvania on the evening of April 20th Barbara Ford participated in a panel discussion between elders and youth around a central conference topic: "What gives us hope and heart to keep working on what is best for our Earth in the face of difficult changes?"  This portion of the event was videotaped by Tom Hopkins and Barry Heidt of the Sustainability Action Media (SAM) coalition and was posted to EarthSayers.tv, voices of sustainability by Ruth Ann Barrett, Curator.

EarthSayer Barbara Ford
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SEEDing Change by Leroy Little Bear
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Leroy Little Bear (bio) is a member of the Small Robes Band of the Blood Indian Tribe, Blackfoot Confederacy, and was born and raised on the Blood Indian Reserve. He is the former director of the American Indian Program, Harvard University, and the current chair of Native Studies, University of Lethbridge.

Video presented by the Foundation for Global Humanity in collaboration with the Seed Graduate Institute.

EarthSayer Leroy Little Bear
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