https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSwmqZ272AsHow did Oren first learn about his relationship to the Earth? Listen to his story… Sacred Land Film Project (SLFP)’s mission is to create and distribute me…
http://www.cascadiachronicle.com/…/critMythPres.htmlStoryteller Crit Calebs (REM program, Central Washington University) tells the Aleut(Unagnan) legend of the creation of the wind, on Oct 5, 2012 at the Museum of Culture and Environment. Performed as part of the dedication of John Hoover’s sculpture, “Man who Married an Eagle.”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfkiMDFrMGc#t=233Storyteller Crit Calebs (REM program, Central Washington University) tells the Aleut(Unagnan) legend of the creation of the wind, on Oct 5, 2012 at the Museu…
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LRI has made friends with a few gentlemen raising our consciousness and showing us that “Indigenous” is not a race. To have a respect relationship with the universe is something we should all continually strive for. Please have a look at their recently announced efforts:
The Cherokee Story of Fire.
Survival skills as a path to meaning with Crit Callebs and Hannes Wingate.
Beyond being skills that may insure continuation of life in an emergency
situation, survival skills, such as starting a fire, are rituals through which we
may connect and integrate with the land.
To sustain life without the cushioning of modern society requires a deep
knowledge and respect for nature. While our dependence on nature has
become invisible to many, our wealth, your life, is still owed to the sun,
the water, the plants and animals.
Long term friends and collaborators Crit Callebs and Hannes Wingate have
spent the last decade working this edge of our culture, reconnecting people
to the ancient ways and to the earth.
Crit is a Cherokee traditional storyteller. Hannes as an artist from Sweden.
They have both taught survival skills at Boulder Outdoor Survival School.
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