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Soulfulvalley Podcast
Generational Healing® with Best Selling Author Crystal Rasmussen

Soulfulvalley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 30:58


Generational Healing® with Best Selling Author Crystal Rasmussen ............................................................................................................ Crystal Rasmussen, a professionally trained and certified Generational Healing® Teacher and Spiritual Guide supports you in releasing pain and suffering from your ancient bloodline stored within your genetic lineage to heal you today through in person and distance sessions. When she first connected to an ancestor while facilitating a session during her apprenticeship training, she found it to be one of the most humbling, rewarding experiences she'd ever had. She became more present, confident and grounded within herself while finally experiencing her spiritual gifts in a new and exciting way, altering the way she perceived the world. Her profound experience had such an impact that she knew she had finally discovered her purpose, leading her to change the trajectory of her life. With her passion for healing inherent family trauma and working with the Ancestors she dedicated herself to sharing this powerful ancestral healing with others. Her Apprentice Training for Generational Healing® began with the 13 Mystical Wisdom Teachings. She has been teaching the 7-day Generational Healing® Certification Training in the US and Canada for the past six years. Crystal guides women who want to serve humanity, awaken their spiritual gifts and release pain and trauma that is passed down from one generation to another to heal the world. You can learn more about the training, book a session or connect with her at her website https://www.crystalrasmussen.com   ............................................................................................... Connect with Katie at https://www.soulfulvalley.com Join Katie's mailing list here to be the first to know about opportunities to collaborate with her Podcast Guest & Author Opportunities | Soulful Valley You can support the podcast with a donation here: https://soulfulvalley.com/supportthepodcast/ You can buy Evolving on Purpose Kindle / Ebook (you don't need a kindle to access, it can be read on any device)  on Amazon UK here: Kindle / Ebook UK Paperback UK here: Paperback on Amazon USA here: USA Kindle / Ebook Paperback USA here: USA Paperback The rest of the world type Evolving on Purpose into the searchbar on your Amazon site.  If you have read the book we would be grateful if you could leave us an amazon Review.  Also don't forget to rate and review this podcast. You can find Katie's Amazon Author profile here: Katie Carey Amazon Author Profile

Feelin Weird
Emotional Stewardship & Internal Community Belonging (Patreon Bonus ep 71)

Feelin Weird

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 54:37


In which I sit beside the river and share ideas about decolonizing the inner landscape, slowing down & shifting the Emotional Climate-Change (within every humyn on this planet). Also discussed: Grieving and celebrating as part of honouring life; Carrying grief from ancestors; Sensitivity as a gift to humyns; Colonial mindset ("it only has value if I decide it has value") vs Community mindset ("everything has intrinsic value whether or not I understand it"); "I don't own my emotions"; Climate change as humyns forgetting how to belong; PEACE as a fluctuating state (like the seasons and emotions); Welcoming my anxious parts; Being a part of the earth system and the internal system; Being PART of community; Meditation & rest; “I'm too busy to rest and slow down”; The dominator/colonial mindset (the anthropocentric mindset); Remembering how to belong (to self and community); Remembering how to be apart of the non-humyn community; Decolonization (starts within—how I treat my self, my body, my emotions); Inner peace is outer peace; Realigning the inner parts; Where I'm at is exactly where I'm at (honouring that); Welcoming in all of my parts and emotions; Being a part of a humyn system that is beyond us (which is actively destroying & harming the planet and ourselves); The first step is saying “whoa, I'm stuck” and honouring that and BEing there; AND MORE. Recorded April 16, 2022. This is a PATREON Bonus Episode!  Go to www.patreon.com/feelinweird to listen to every bonus episode. SUPPORT via PATREON*: patreon.com/feelinweird/ Buy MERCH: kyeplant.bandcamp.com/ DONATE via Paypal Review, Rate & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Instagram: @feelinweirdpod Website: www.feelinweird.com Email: feelinweird@gmail.com Here's a list of EVERY regular & bonus Feelin Weird episode :) *Please consider contributing $5-50/month to support the show (and receive ~100 bonus episodes)

Text Talk
Hebrews 3: Repeating the Sins of the Fathers

Text Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 15:50


Hebrews 3:7-15Andrew and Edwin discuss the use of Psalm 95 in Hebrews 3. The author is telling his readers to beware of falling into the sins of their Jewish ancestors.Read the written devo that goes along with this episode by clicking here.    Let us know what you are learning or any questions you have. Email us at TextTalk@ChristiansMeetHere.org.    Join the Facebook community and join the conversation by clicking here. We'd love to meet you. Be a guest among the Christians who meet on Livingston Avenue. Click here to find out more. Michael Eldridge sang all four parts of our theme song. Find more from him by clicking here.   Thanks for talking about the text with us today.________________________________________________If the hyperlinks do not work, copy the following addresses and paste them into the URL bar of your web browser: Daily Written Devo: https://readthebiblemakedisciples.wordpress.com/?p=9710The Christians Who Meet on Livingston Avenue: http://www.christiansmeethere.org/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TalkAboutTheTextFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/texttalkMichael Eldridge: https://acapeldridge.com/ 

Never Go Full Nelson
S3. EP3. “We are the evolution of our ancestors… and boy are they pissed!”

Never Go Full Nelson

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 69:06


S3. EP3. “We are the evolution of our ancestors… and boy are they pissed!” Nik and Ben talk masculinity, gender and human behavior in the context of growing up in... The post S3. EP3. “We are the evolution of our ancestors… and boy are they pissed!” appeared first on Never Go Full Nelson.

Gye-Nyame Journey Show
Daily Toast Ritual - Week of Kuumba 51622-6 to 52122-6

Gye-Nyame Journey Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:08


The Daily Toast Ritual allows you to engage our Ancestors on a regular basis. We are of the view that taking the time to remember, honor and celebrate our Ancestors daily will shift us into a mindset where we are focused on ways to enhance our lives rather than focusing on things that degrade it. If you are looking for something new to get started with in terms of your spiritual path, or looking for a way to start up your own spiritual tradition check out the Toast.How many of us really stop and think about our ancestors, the people who came before us. Who were they? Why are they not here now? What sacrifices did they make to give me the life I have today? The Daily Toast is a ritual that we created to honor our Ancestors. If you love this, please join our Email list at GNJ.media. Start your day out on the right foot every morning, give thanks to your ancestors for their example, and boost your life.Sign up for our email list and stay in the loop goto GNJ.Media or GyeNyameJourney.com

The Conversation
Tracing forgotten female ancestors

The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:32


Kim Chakanetsa meets two genealogists passionate about uncovering the forgotten stories of their clients' female ancestors. Kenyatta D Berry is a lawyer and genealogist from the USA. She is the author of The Family Tree Toolkit and the co-host of The Genealogy Roadshow on PBS. She caught the genealogy bug by chance, when she started looking into her ex-boyfriend's family history. She is an expert on African American ancestry and on the specific challenges people who descend from enslaved individuals face when looking into their families' past. At the age of 15, Belgian Marie Cappart started looking into her country's national archives to find out more about her great-aunt, Maggie Nicholls. During WWII, Maggie helped three Canadian pilots survive in Nazi-occupied Belgium. She was later arrested and killed because of that. Marie went on to graduate in history and wrote several books, including Guide to Genealogy in Belgium. She is also the country manager for the online genealogy platform MyHeritage and she helps other people track down their ancestors. Produced by Alice Gioia (Image: (L), Marie Cappart, courtesy Marie Cappart. (R), Kenyatta D Berry, courtesy Kenyatta D Berry.)

Quotomania
Quotomania 226: Antiphanes

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 1:30


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Antiphanes, (born c. 408–404 BC, Chios [Greek island near modern Turkey] or Rhodes [Greece] or Smyrna [now İzmir, Tur.]—died  c. 334–330 BC, Chios), was a prolific and influential Greek writer of Middle Comedy, which succeeded Old Comedy (known from the 5th-century plays of Aristophanes).Antiphanes, son of Demophanes (or of Stephanus), began producing comedies at Athens in the second half of the 380s BC. In the festival contests Antiphanes won 13 victories, of which 8 were awarded at the small Lenaea festival held in January and 5 at the more impressive Great Dionysia, held in late March. Although he died in Chios, he was buried in Athens, the site of his literary triumphs.Ancient sources attribute to him variously 260 to 365 plays, none of which has survived. He was often quoted by later writers, who preserve more than 330 fragments from plays with 134 titles. An analysis of the fragments and titles shows that the themes of his plays included mythological farce (e.g., Minos and Cyclops), stories about hetairai, highly cultivated courtesans (e.g., Malthace and Melitta), everyday occupations (e.g., Kithara-Player and Doctor), family affairs (e.g., Sisters and Ancestors), and social relations (e.g., Resident Alien and Lover of Thebes). A long fragment of the comedy Poiesis is important for its exposition of the differences between comedy and tragedy. According to this passage, writers of comedy have the more difficult task, since they must invent names and plots for each play, while the tragic poet writes about well-known myths.The Athenian scholar and politician Demetrius of Phaleron composed About Antiphanes, and Dorotheus of Ascalon, a grammarian of the early Roman Empire (1st century AD), also wrote about him. Athenaeus (late 2nd century AD), whose work is the source for many fragments of Antiphanes, praised him for his graceful style.From https://www.britannica.com/biography/Antiphanes. For more information about Antiphanes:Athenaeus, The Deipnosophists: http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:abo:tlg,0008,001:13“A Line Between Careless and Pensive: More Ancient Words on Drinking”: https://sententiaeantiquae.com/2018/12/30/a-line-between-careless-and-pensive-more-ancient-words-on-drinking/

Scare You To Sleep
Our Ancestors Were Right to Fear the Forest

Scare You To Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 46:11


Our Ancestors Were Right to Fear the Forest [TW: sound of animals in distress] by Aidan Fly Check out Aidan's website twowaymirror.wordpress.comGo to twitch.tv/thewitchofthewood to watch/listen to the Event Horizon Livestream with thewitchofthewood LinkTree for all of my merch, social media, YouTube, Patreon etc.You can send your stories to: scareyoutosleep@gmail.comMusic by Epidemic SoundNothing Left by Dave DevilleLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/8547-nothing-leftLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseMedusa by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/4032-medusaLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseAdditional Sound Effects:20121112 TU Delft Library, ground level - general ambience.wav by el_marLaughter and giggle of a young woman (conversation) by bpayriTap Glass by alexyquest42 Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Scare You To Sleep
Our Ancestors Were Right to Fear the Forest

Scare You To Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 46:11


Our Ancestors Were Right to Fear the Forest [TW: sound of animals in distress] by Aidan Fly Check out Aidan's website twowaymirror.wordpress.comGo to twitch.tv/thewitchofthewood to watch/listen to the Event Horizon Livestream with thewitchofthewood LinkTree for all of my merch, social media, YouTube, Patreon etc.You can send your stories to: scareyoutosleep@gmail.comMusic by Epidemic SoundNothing Left by Dave DevilleLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/8547-nothing-leftLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseMedusa by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/4032-medusaLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseAdditional Sound Effects:20121112 TU Delft Library, ground level - general ambience.wav by el_marLaughter and giggle of a young woman (conversation) by bpayriTap Glass by alexyquest42 Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Aubrey Masango Show
Castle Milk Stout calls for African Spirituality and tradition to be nationally recognised through Ancestors' Day.

The Aubrey Masango Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 46:10


On Kwantu we look at Castle Milk Stout calls for African Spirituality and tradition to be nationally recognised through Ancestors' Day and were joined by Castle Milk Stout Brand Manager, Khensani Mkhombo and Gogo Dineo Ndlanzi, Sangoma, spiritual teacher, healer, life coach, Afrikan storyteller, facilitator, international teacher and speaker on South Africa's rich traditional history and cultural practices.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Midgard Musings
Random Heathen Ramblings: S3, EP16 - Resilience Of Our Ancestors

Midgard Musings

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 52:43


Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ7kxHfySUevcdt-AJImyHg/join Support Midgard Musings By Clicking Here: https://linktr.ee/MidgardMusings Check out Arith Härger's channel and his recent video on the resilience of our Ancestors: https://youtu.be/KpVZvJV4uuc --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/midgardmusings/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/midgardmusings/support

Turns Out She's Psychic
Knowing your Source(s).

Turns Out She's Psychic

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 67:54


Dear Listener Jess from last ep replied with another thought provoking question that we thought would make for a great ep, which is- knowing the source of the information that you are receiving. Tracey takes us though a variety of potential Sources, Angels from the Angelic Realm, Gods and Goddess, Ascended Masters, Ancestors and Spirit Guides (to name a few). Enjoy!Support Turns Out Network HereGet your free SINC. launch event tickets for 21st May below.http://www.spiritincorporating.com.au/Visit Tracey's site belowAustralian Medium, Psychic & Spiritual Alignment Mentorhttps://www.traceydimech.com.auDo you TOSP? Are you a TOSPIE?Have a Story to share, or a question to ask?What are you waiting for? Get in touch!Be honest, we can handle it ;-)tospsychic@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram #turnsout_shespsychicFaceboook @TOSPpodcasthttps://www.turnsoutshespsychic.com/Presented by Tracey Dimech & Laura Turner.Produced, edited, & music by Matt Turner.

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud
90. Politics & Design

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:32


Such a lovely world —if it weren't for the people!Let's get rid of them.* * *In the last segment on Precepts & Putin, I finally got around to asking what all these ethical and political issues have to do with Design thinking, pointing out that even such large-scale dilemmas are subject to analysis and problem definition, with design intent being the underlying premise. What kind of intent rationalizes waging war, visiting death and destruction upon fellow human beings? What is the intent behind the design of the defense of Ukraine? Which of these is worthy of admiration and emulation?Usually we ascribe good intentions to those programs of action designed to yield the greatest good for the greatest number. And usually the politicos profile their cause in those terms. But it seems that the majority of actions ostensibly taken on behalf of something greater than ourselves, upon closer examination, reveal the same old group of benefactors benefitting from corruption and graft, with other groups, such as draftees, conscripted or mercenaries, suffering the negative consequences. Not to mention innocent civilians. Designing around such human faults is the central problem of government.Hypothetical solutions to international tensions include designing governing systems that will meet the needs of the populace without requiring the acquisition of goods and services, revenue and resources, from others, especially against their will. Setting aside the human motives in prosecuting a war of aggression, which may range from relatively rational impulses, such as gaining access to seaports and land bridges, to fantasies of power and glory, or myths and cultural memes. Self-sufficiency seems to be a worthy aspiration that has fallen by the wayside in a world-around pursuit of ever-greater consumption and materialistic lifestyles. The age-old question of how much is enough, manifested in traditional Zen monastics as limited to seven possessions, and in Design as the self-sustaining systems of minimal life support on the International Space Station. The question of reliability of the replenishment of supplies through a Russian-sponsored program came up as a sideshow of the Ukraine debacle.So it is self-evident that Design as a problem-solving process has limitations. In cases of widespread madness, which is a known issue in history, but even more acute in an age of global interconnectedness through the internet of satellite-supported mobile media, the most we can do is design our personal response to the continuing crisis. In doing so, we may come up with an approach that has scalability, in other words that is widely adaptable by others. Hunkering down in basements and fortified buildings is the last-resort option we witness the survivors in the cities of Ukraine that are under siege. But we are all under siege, whether we recognize it or not.During the Cold War we were told that the Soviet Union not only posed the threat of nuclear Armageddon, but actually had designs on invading the USA. I would try to imagine what that would be like. The logic of invading and trying to control something as sprawling and ungovernable as a whole country escapes me. It is now clear that even a small country like Ukraine is not going to be a pushover.But in the absence of an aggressive incursion ever materializing — knock wood — we are still facing homegrown takeovers of the political system by factions that may not preserve the precious freedoms we have come to take for granted. Behind that wave of anxiety recycling at a frequency of every two years or less — the endless election campaign — we have the threat of another pandemic. And looming over all, on the not-too distant horizon, the emerging, relentless cataclysm of climate change. On what planet do you have to live, to decide that now would be the perfect time to wage a war?Instead of throwing up our hands in despair, let's consider the Design approach.As designers, we are trained to approach development of the new in a systematic way, usually for a client group with fairly clear goals and objectives. One of the fundamental principles of applied design is that we focus our efforts on altering the environment, rather than attempting to alter the people directly, or for that matter, the various members of client organizations. Design stops short at the edge of psychology, or management training, although those systems are also subject to design, in a sense.Another important principle is that the design process works best when conducted as a dialog, or an evolutionary group process. Methods have evolved for gathering and integrating input from large numbers of “stakeholders” or end-users into the design of any program. In fact, this was the topic of my Master's thesis at the Institute of Design. Executed well, this approach generally results in more satisfactory, long-lived solutions than an “ivory-tower” approach, where a strong individual or subgroup develops and dictates decisions on design intent with little or no input from the folks they are trying to effect, the end users and purchasers of the product or service.The process necessarily proceeds in phases, which, while not truly distinct and separate, have rather logical starting and ending points. These are usually defined as something like the following:Phase I — Problem DefinitionPhase II — Concept DesignPhase III — Design DetailingPhase IV — Prototyping & Beta-testingPhase V — Production & DistributionWe might be well-advised to look at our daily Zen practice in the light of these phases. While the design of anything new involves creative intuition, insight, and other immeasurable attributes, the process inevitably cycles through some version of these stages, with measurable results based on acceptance of the target market segments. Of course, the whole project often goes “back to the drawing board” — nowadays the computer interface — again and again, for revisions and re-development. In fact, the design process can be said to never be truly final, as it is responsive to ever-changing conditions and needs. This open-ended viewpoint may be frustrating to those who long for instant closure. In that, it is like zazen training. Design is akin to the Zen outlook, which regards nothing so dependable or “given,” as change. Let's look more thoroughly at the first phase, Problem Definition.The word “problem” has a somewhat negative connotation. Because in the business environment we generally want to emphasize the positive (business can be a somewhat paranoid context), we tend to use the word “opportunity” instead. Or we will refer to it as “Project Definition.” For our purposes, let's stick with “problem,” at least for now.What, exactly, is the “problem”? Why do we want, or feel we need, to establish a Zen Center, for example? Why not just practice alone, assuming we've decided we want, or need, to practice? We can point to many teachings of the Ancestors which admonish us that the “real” Zen is not the province of the loner, but is to be found in the “marketplace” in concert and interaction with our fellow beings. We can also point to the practical, enlightened self interest aspects of forming a sitting group: the social and psychological support of the group for the individual, and the sharing of responsibilities, as well as understanding.As we discussed at length in the “Priest & Householder” segment of the podcast, dana, the practice of generosity, includes providing the conducive environment for practice. Part of that aspect of being truly conducive to Zen practice is the respected tradition of face-to-face training, which has been set aside during the last two years of enforced isolation and social distancing owing to the covid pandemic. As in any creative process, it is natural to challenge any assumptions, including that the in-person form of training may not be necessary. So the stressors around the social dimensions of training — in any area of endeavor, including Zen — become a salient factor in redefining the problem of personal practice.The haiku poem at the beginning of another segment reads:Dharma and KarmaDharma trumps karma,but it is not an escape —Consequences comeSome would fault Zen or Buddhism for failing to adequately address larger issues, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Pestilence, War, Famine, and Death, “…given authority over a quarter of the earth, to kill with sword, famine, and plague, and by means of the beasts of the earth…” Revelations chapter 6, according to Wikipedia, our current Bible, or Tower of Babble, depending on your viewpoint. Add to that the causes and conditions of climate change, covid, and access to nukes, and you have the devil not only in the details, but consequences on a global scale. Great timing for waging a war. But it is not the fault of Zen Buddhism that we are facing these disasters. In fact, Buddhism teaches this very Dharma lesson, that karma is not individuated but collective. We share karmic consequences of the decisions of our leaders, however benighted. It is their very lack of dharma that is the problem.It is possible, from the perspective of Design, to anticipate problems caused by human ignorance and willfulness resulting in interventions in the predictability of natural processes, such as climate cycles. It is within the realm of possibility that we can design and build personal sanctuary to survive the worst that Mother Nature can throw at us, in her efforts to bring about a rebalancing of the planetary forces that we have trifled with for the sake of short-term profit, ephemeral power, and self-aggrandizement. For example, some tried and true approaches can limit the impact of weather upon our domiciles. Such as earth berm housing, covering the shelter with layers of earth to protect and insulate the interior from the elements. Use of unconventional building materials and joining systems can result in earthquake- and hurricane-proof construction, as one of the members of our former affiliate in Charleston, SC specialized in. He and friends rode out Hurricane Hugo in 1989 in one of his buildings, which didn't lose so much as a shingle. Homes in the direct path of blowtorch-like tornadic winds face a different dilemma, but clearing surrounding forest, controlled brush fires and the like, as Native Americans performed as stewards of the forestland, can mitigate the damage.Individual householders can take these drastic steps to protect themselves and their properties, if they have the wherewithal and perseverance. Survivalists have historically built bomb shelters and taken other extreme measures, including arming themselves to the teeth, in preparation for the worst dystopian futures imaginable. But the cost is enormous, both in resource investment, and quality of life.On the other hand, persuading large groups of people, and governments, to forego their wasteful and indulgent lifestyles for the sake of practical adaptation to predictable outcomes of depleting and wasting resources for the sake of short-term goals, is, to say the least, a known issue.The design of government, in the context of a world economy, where every functioning component is increasingly interdependent with every other — another familiar Buddhist principle — is another seemingly intractable problem. It is the “tragedy of the commons” writ large, where so-called leaders of local government gain power running on platforms of populism or nationalism, playing to the weakness of the people who want to believe that their lives and fortunes are independent of those of the rest of humanity around the globe.It is apparently even a daydream in the eye of the wealthy that they, or their heirs, can escape Earth to settle another globe, such as Mars, in due time. This is where science fiction meets fantasy. And reality is left to take the hindmost, along with the Devil. Disposable planets.On yet the other hand, we could adopt a stoic stance of resignation in the face of seemingly insolvable problems, doing what we can on a very local level to prepare for the worst. R. Buckminster Fuller, affectionately referred to as “Bucky,” called his approach “comprehensive anticipatory design science.” The idea is to anticipate emerging problems, causes and conditions — including human survival — on a more comprehensive basis, as predicted by “world-around” trends in resources, technology and behavior. And then, turning the trick, come up with solutions that we will be ready and able to deliver, when everyone else finally recognizes the problem. If it is not already too late, that is.Fuller also had an interesting take on politicians and their role in this recurring dilemma. Paraphrasing, he said that we turn to the politicians for answers. But if they had any answers they wouldn't be politicians. They would be out doing something positive, rather than doing their utmost to maintain status quo for themselves, their sponsors, and their constituents.The latest example is the late Orrin Hatch, who just passed into his next cycle of “rebirth into the cycle of creation of suffering for ourselves or for others,” the last line of the Loving Kindness Sutra. His belief system as a lifelong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints would not allow that notion. A United States Senator from Utah from 1977 — the year we incorporated Atlanta Soto Zen Center — to 2019, Hatch's 42-year tenure made him the longest-serving Republican U.S. Senator in history. Whether that record of feeding at the trough is worthy of emulation I leave to your discretion.But I urge you to recognize that none of this would surprise Buddha. His teaching was described as his tongue, wide and long. There is nothing so outrageous as to be outside its all-inclusive embrace.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell

The Best of Azania Mosaka Show
Contralesa calls for Ancestors Day to be made a public holiday

The Best of Azania Mosaka Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 11:15


Zolani Mkhiva. CONTRALESA General Secretary. The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa is calling on the government to make Ancestors' Day a public holiday. We find out why there is a need for another public holiday.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Built For The Stage Podcast
#155 - Sidney DuPont - PARADISE SQUARE

Built For The Stage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 32:21


Sidney DuPont / @sidneydupont Sidney is now starring in the new Broadway show, Paradise Square! Sidney is humbled to bring this character and powerful story to the stage. DuPont was last seen in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on Broadway, as well as the 1st National Tour and Australian Company. Some other favorite National Tours include: Memphis: the Musical and A Chorus Line. DuPont has also appeared in regional productions including the world premiere of Paradise Square (Berkeley Rep.), Man of La Mancha (The Shakespeare Theater), In the Heights (The Geva Theater), and Gypsy (North Carolina Theater). Television: FBI: Most Wanted (CBS). In recent years, DuPont has also stepped behind the scenes as a director, editor, cinematographer, and award-winning screenwriter. A gigantic thank you to my incredible family, friends, and agents, you all inspire me daily. Who am I?…I am the conclusion of my Ancestors' story and I am the prologue to my descendants wildest dreams. Try a Free Trial of BFTS and work 1 on 1 with Coach Joe! https://builtforthestage.com/free-trial www.broadwaypodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Built For The Stage Podcast
#155 - Sidney DuPont - PARADISE SQUARE

Built For The Stage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 32:21


Sidney DuPont / @sidneydupont Sidney is now starring in the new Broadway show, Paradise Square! Sidney is humbled to bring this character and powerful story to the stage. DuPont was last seen in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on Broadway, as well as the 1st National Tour and Australian Company. Some other favorite National Tours include: Memphis: the Musical and A Chorus Line. DuPont has also appeared in regional productions including the world premiere of Paradise Square (Berkeley Rep.), Man of La Mancha (The Shakespeare Theater), In the Heights (The Geva Theater), and Gypsy (North Carolina Theater). Television: FBI: Most Wanted (CBS). In recent years, DuPont has also stepped behind the scenes as a director, editor, cinematographer, and award-winning screenwriter. A gigantic thank you to my incredible family, friends, and agents, you all inspire me daily. Who am I?…I am the conclusion of my Ancestors' story and I am the prologue to my descendants wildest dreams. Try a Free Trial of BFTS and work 1 on 1 with Coach Joe! https://builtforthestage.com/free-trial www.broadwaypodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Waking Up With Melissa Ruiz
46: HONORING OUR ANCESTORS THROUGH OUR BIZ

Waking Up With Melissa Ruiz

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 54:07


Welcome to a new collab episode, in which I'm joined by Vanessa Codorniu, a psychic medium, clinical hypnotherapist, astrologer, international intuition trainer, and soul business mentor. We'll be talking all about being your authentic self in life & business. Words to live by: “In order for me to be who I am today, I had to heal present trauma, past lives, and ancestral patterns that kept me hidden.” “If you are expecting somebody to do something for you, what you are doing is replicating the system you grew up in.” “Anybody who steals anything from you won't be able to continue to replicate it because they didn't create it.” “We are on a journey going inward to the heart of the Universe so that ultimately we learn more about who we really are.” IG Melissa Ruiz: @iammelissaruiz @wakingupwithmelissa IG Vanessa Codorniu: @thebizbruja

KZYX Public Affairs
Good Ancestors and Local Treasures with Corine Pearce: Pomo Weavers Society with Martin Morgan of the Kaishia band of Pomo Indians

KZYX Public Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 51:13


May 2, 2022--Host Corine Pearce, Pomo Cultural Educator and Basket Weaver, talks with Martin Morgan of the Kaishia band of Pomo Indians about the Pomo Weavers Society.

Privacy is the New Celebrity
Ep 24 - Zander Rose on the Long Now and Being the Best Ancestors We Can Be

Privacy is the New Celebrity

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 41:45


In this episode, Lucy Kind interviews Zander Rose, an industrial designer and the Executive Director of the Long Now Foundation, a non profit organization that fosters long term thinking and planning on the timescale of civilization. Zander tells Lucy about  the Long Now's efforts to build an immense mechanical clock that will keep time for 10,000 years. Lucy asks Zander about the benefits of "better, slower thinking," and Zander expands on his vision to set aside short term gains and prioritize decisions that benefit future generations, so our far distant ancestors can inherit a richer, more abundant planet. 

NIGHT-LIGHT RADIO
Communing with the Ancestors with Raven Grimassi and Host Dr. Bob Hieronimus

NIGHT-LIGHT RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 87:00


Explore the realm of the ancestors with author and Pagan scholar Raven Grimassi. In this fascinating and far-ranging guide called Communing with the Ancestors: Your Spirit Guides, Bloodline Allies, and the Cycle of Reincarnation, you will learn practices and rituals both ancient and new for communing with the ancestors, specifically: How to build shrines and altars and make offerings.Where to find and work with sacred sites, power places, and special portals to the ancients.Guided imagery that will take you into the "Cavern of the Ancestors," the spiritual corridor where the ancestors can be directly approached.How to access the Spirit-Rider, an ancestor that can travel between the realms of mortals and ancients.How to see and understand the restless dead who remain bound to the Earth realms.The role of reincarnation in the soul's relationship to ancestral lineage.Plus some of the extraordinary folklore, legend, and superstition surrounding the topic.   Hosted by Dr. Bob Hieronimus. Produced by Hieronimus & Co. for 21st Century Radio®.  Edited version provided to Nightlight Radio with permission.

Who Can It Be Now with Marilyn Alauria
Eps 083 - Mystical Experiences with Nature with Ana Maria Vasquez

Who Can It Be Now with Marilyn Alauria

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 75:09


This is yet another exciting episode for me because I am bringing in one of my dearest friends whom I love so much, Ana Maria Vasquez. Ana Maria is a multi-sensory, animal and nature intuitive. She's an energy reader who has a deep connection with nature sources and helps people understand messages coming from animals and nature. A shamanic practitioner, a certified intuitive strategist, and a sacred stories luminary, she's also the author of Nature: Divine Experiences with Trees, Plants, Stones, and Landscapes. This episode's topic will be nature and how it can give us the tools we need to succeed if we trust it and work with it. There is so much wisdom to be found in nature when you are looking for it. We don't have to do it by ourselves. By teaming up with nature, we can become allies, and we can come together at a high vibration with it. Ana Maria will also discuss her book and why it is the most powerful thing that has ever come out of her. She will share insights into her book so you can better understand the energy you receive from a rock, a lake, and how a tree might communicate with you. Get to know Ana Maria and how to get her book Nature: Divine Experiences with Trees, Plants, Stones and Landscapes at http://www.intentiontraining.com/. Try out Membership for Your Soul and be surrounded by loving and supportive people while learning a variety of modalities for only $1 on the first month. Go to https://marilynalauria.securechkout.com/trial-offer. You can also take advantage of a HUGE discount on a number of other digital courses across our site. Get a bunch of savings with the code PODCAST. Visit https://www.marilynalauria.com/classes/ for more information.   In this episode you'll learn about: The formula used for communicating with nature Where trees come from What to do if you're a newbie wanting to experience answers from nature 09:40 - the pivotal point of connecting with nature and Ruby the tree 17:54 - why Ana had the desire to keep going and be committed 23:00 - moving and calling in new trees despite being skeptical 28:33 - where trees come from 32:50 - communicating with nature...you can do it too 42:14 - Ana's formula of questions for the trees 46:21 - what happens when we take things from nature 52:10 - why kids are so into rocks 1:01:15 - surprises in writing the book   Related episodes: Eps 044 - The lamp just spoke to me https://www.marilynalauria.com/eps-044-that-lamp-just-spoke-to-me/  Eps 040 - Mr. Owl's Message https://www.marilynalauria.com/eps-040-mr-owls-message/  Eps 074 - Ancestors and Spirit Animals with Dr. Steven Farmer https://www.marilynalauria.com/eps-074-ancestors-and-spirit-animals-with-dr-steven-farmer/    Don't forget new episodes come out every Thursday! Follow and rate the podcast on Apple Podcast. Help us spread the word by sharing this episode with a friend.   If you have any questions, email whocanitbenowpodcast@gmail.com Get your Guide at https://marilynalauria.com/guide _______________________________ Follow me on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marilynalauria1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marilynalauria

High Vibe Human Podcast
025 \\ mini epi on imposter syndrome & human design

High Vibe Human Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 27:10


This is the first of many HVH mini episodes! I love dropping in with you every week, sometimes the cycle and flow of life allows for time to be spent in other areas. I have picked up an extra work load working with my current in-person clients (aka nanny family) and just started the first day of my cycle so the energy levels have been extra low this week. Taking time to honor myself in this process means more mini episodes! This week is on imposter syndrome. You'll learn about what this phenomenon is, how it can show up differently based on our personal perception bubbles we've created for ourselves, and how this process is much less of a personal struggle and more of a systemic issue. I pull an oracle card from my new Angels & Ancestors deck that PERFECTLY aligns with today's topic, the Magick Guardian. She was calling out to me before I even pulled the card today. Better Help Referral - free week View your Human Design Chart Free Strategy & Authority Affirmation Cards Human Design Readings, only available through July 2022 Apply for REDESIGNED, July 2022 inviting you to send me a voice message to be featured on this podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/highvibehuman/message

RabbiSholk Mindfulness & Judaism
Featuring Sylvia Boorstein - This Is For Our Ancestors - The Origins Of Jewish Mindfulness

RabbiSholk Mindfulness & Judaism

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 56:20


In this episode we feature Sylvia Boorstein. Hear about her journey to becoming a practitioner and teacher of Jewish mindfulness. Connect with Syliva through her website http://www.sylviaboorstein.com/ or listen to an archive of her teachings on https://dharmaseed.org/teacher/174/ Struggling with anxiety? We made you a free video to help. Just click the link now and get instant access. https://bit.ly/3t4DPxy

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

Dharma trumps karmabut it is not an escape —Consequences come* * *Last Sunday we performed an initiation ceremony called “Jukai Tokudo” in Japanese. We had an international visitor and a couple of other candidates who were ready and willing to receive the initial precepts of Zen, declaring themselves Soto Zen Buddhists. We will do so again in November of this year, which is our Founder's Month, honoring Matsuoka Roshi, our founding teacher.It occurred to me that in this context, with all the consternation and pontificating over Ukraine — now segueing into the dismal fatigue syndrome of becoming yesterday's news — we might revisit the fundamental question I raised for our Sunday dharma dialog a few weeks ago: “What the hell is wrong with Vladimir Putin?”You may have participated in this discussion, so apologies in advance for any redundancy, but these points bear repeating. It is an inexcusable, but seemingly inevitable scenario, that we become fatigued at the repetition of atrocities, as if the victims being killed and maimed today are somehow not as worthy of our attention, the horror not as shocking, as we registered at the beginning of the aggression. As someone once said at the screaming of lobsters being boiled alive, “They are used to it.” But in light of the aspirational aspect of the Precepts, even this tragedy takes on deeper meaning.In approaching this particular train wreck as a subject for dharma, I was careful to couch my terms, explaining that “what” is the fundamental question in Zen, rather than “why” or “how,” with “who, when and where” being pretty self-evident. “Who” the hell does Vladimir Putin think he is? would suffer from focusing on the wrong question, personalizing the issue to too great a degree. “Hell” is also carefully chosen in that, according to classic Zen philosophy, we human beings make our world into hell or heaven, and reap the karmic consequences thereof. “Wrong” is also understood to reside in the realm of “right” views and thoughts, as well as speech, action and livelihood, the social side of the Eightfold Path, with right mindfulness, effort, and meditation rounding out the inner, personal dimension of our all-too-human existence. In Zen, all opinions are not equal, and all teachings do not lead to nirvana.I thought it might be worthwhile to consider Vladimir Putin's behavior, and the attitudes that it seems to betray, in the light of the Buddhist Precepts, which many of us take up as guidelines or reminders, touchpoints to return to from time to time, as we witness our own actions as well as those of others. There is a hoary meme in Buddhism that government leaders — one of the Four Benefactors we appreciate in the Meal Chant — are in their position of power by virtue of merit accumulated in past lives. So the only set of criteria we can hold them to are those of Buddhist morality or ethics, or Shila. Which begs the question, does this mean that the millions of dollars spent campaigning are basically a waste of time and treasure? And as good Buddhists, aren't we supposed to avoid discussing the faults of others?How does the behavior of Putin, as well as President Trump and others in leadership roles, hold up in comparison to the admonitions of the Buddhist Precepts? First, we must remember that the Precepts of Zen have a history of their own. In India and China they may have been expressed and understood differently. Those we receive in modern times convey the current rendering of their meaning, sometimes translated as “morality,” but “ethical” conduct is probably more appropriate. It should also be mentioned in passing that Vladimir Putin is purportedly a Christian, so whatever precepts, lower case “p” he may be following would not necessarily resemble those of Buddhism or Zen.The quotes regarding precepts in Zen are taken from an essay by Shohaku Okumura Roshi, one of my lineage teachers, in the Soto Zen Journal, “Dharma Eye.” This is a recommended online source of information of a scholarly nature for those of us practicing Zen in the West, its masthead shown below.One of the first factoids that Okumura roshi points out is that there are variations in the precepts given to Zen practitioners over time, depending on factors such as lineage and the country. The scholars tell us that Master Dogen could not have received the sixteen precepts he handed down to us in our initiation and formal ceremonies today, as they were not done that way in China. Whether he modified those he received from his Tendai masters or cobbled together his best interpretation of the precepts he felt inclined to transmit as Bodhisattva principles, I leave to further scholarship. Quoting the journal:Dogen Zenji received only the Bodhisattva PreceptsDogen Zenji (1200-1253), the founder of Japanese Soto School, originally became a monk in the Japanese Tendai tradition in 1213. Therefore, he received only the Mahayana precepts. According to his biography, Dogen had some difficulty receiving permission to practice in a Chinese monastery. This was because he had not received the Vinaya precepts which was a requirement to be recognized as a Buddhist monk in China. However, he did not receive the Vinaya precepts. To his disciples and lay students, Dogen Zenji only gave the 16 precepts that were called Busso-shoden-bosatsu-kai (the Bodhisattva precepts that have been correctly transmitted by Buddhas and Ancestors). The nature of the Bodhisattva precepts we receive in Soto Zen tradition is quite different from that of the Vinaya precepts.Okumura Roshi quotes one of those seemingly contradictory statements that appear so often in Zen literature, this one from the Brahma Net Sutra:And in the introduction of the ten major precepts, the Sutra says, “At that time, when Shakyamuni Buddha sat beneath the bodhi tree and attained unsurpassable awakening, he first set forth the Bodhisattva pratimoksha.”Okumura goes on to make the literal case about this claim:Pratimoksha is the text of the precepts, and here, it refers to the Bonmo-kyo. This means that the Bodhisattva precepts were established as soon as the Buddha attained unsurpassable awakening and even before he began to teach. Historically, this is not true. The Buddha did not establish any precepts or regulations before people made mistakes. In the Vinaya text, the stories explaining why the different precepts were made were recorded. When we read these stories, we can see that the Buddhist Sangha was a gathering of actual human beings. People made all sorts of mistakes even though they aspired to study and practice the Dharma under the Buddha's guidance.So the Vinaya, the rules and regulations governing behavior within the original Order, obviously evolved over time, like any other organizational protocols. The main rule governing the harmonious community, or sangha, is, of course harmony. Most communities we belong to are anything but harmonious, and even Zen groups are known to become rancorous from time to time. Human nature raises its head.But the bit about Buddha establishing the pratimoksha in zazen that night I think we have to take on faith. What transpired within his experience in meditation was, and is, the essential meaning of the precepts. As Master Dogen is said to have asked, what precept is not fulfilled in zazen?If we take the precepts as primeval and natural, built-in to existence and to be discovered, not made up, we can accept that translating them into language and written form is a mere approximation of their true meaning. This is why they seem impossible at first glance. They live in the realm of being, not doing.Ceremonially, Zen precepts include and are preceded by a Repentance Verse and taking Refuge in the Three Treasures of Buddhism:RepentanceAt a precepts ceremony in the Soto Zen tradition, first we make repentance by reciting the following verse, “All the twisted karma ever created by me, since of old, / through beginningless greed, anger and ignorance, / born of my body, speech and thought. / I now make complete repentance of it all.”There is another repentance verse taken from Samanthabhadra-sutra that says, “The ocean of all karmic hindrances arises solely from delusive thoughts. / If you wish to make repentance, sit in an upright posture and be mindful of the true nature of reality. / All faults and evil deeds are like frost and dew. / The sun of wisdom enables them to melt away. This verse clearly shows that our precepts are based on awakening to reality and wisdom of such reality.Okumura is now leading us gently by the hand to the realization of the concrete reality of the Precepts.The Three RefugesWe then take refuge in the Three Treasures: Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. The Buddha is the one who awakened to reality. The Dharma is reality itself, the way things truly are. The Sangha are the people who aspire to study and living according to the teaching of the reality of all beings.We also take refuge, or return to, our original nature, which is called Buddha, or awakened. What we awaken to is the Dharma, which is ever-present, but does not depend upon our knowing it. The Sangha members are primarily vested in awakening to this same truth, or it is not truly a Zen community.The Threefold Pure PreceptsNext, we receive the threefold pure precepts: (1) the precept of embracing moral codes, (2) the precept of embracing good deeds, (3) the precept of embracing all living beings. These three points are the direction we walk on the Bodhisattva path.These are often translated as: Do no harm; Do only good; and Do good for others. And yet the truth of the Precepts is that they are beyond doing in the conventional sense. If we find what we are looking for in our practice, the Precepts become our natural intention. But we make mistakes. And resolve to try harder. Eventually our behavior may become consonant with the Precepts, by virtue of practicing zazen.The Ten Major PreceptsThe ten major precepts are: (1) do not kill, (2) do not steal, (3) do not engage in improper sexual conduct, (4) do not lie, (5) do not deal in intoxicants, (6) do not criticize others, (7) do not praise self and slander others, (8) do not be stingy with the dharma or property ,(9) do not give way to anger, (10) do not disparage the Three Treasures.If this sounds like a laundry list of do's and don't's or the 10 Commandments phrased a little differently, there is a kernel of truth in that. But we take up the way of following Zen voluntarily, not under threat of punishment by a vengeful God. They are not merely literal; in that interpretation some are impossible. We come to understand what they mean through the tried and true process of trial and error.Zen and the Precepts are OneThe Bodhisattva precepts we receive in the Soto Zen tradition are also called, Zen-kai (Zen precepts). This means that our zazen and the precepts are one. In our zazen practice, we put our entire being on the ground of true reality of all beings instead of the picture of the world that is a creation of our minds. By striving to keep the precepts in our daily lives, we strive to live being guided by our zazen.So what does all this have to do with design thinking? Design thinking starts with problem definition and proceeds to problem-solving through design-build actions. Zen starts with Buddha's definition of the central problem of existence as sentient beings and offers a method for arriving at solutions, zazen. In design, we speak of design intent, and strive to maintain its integrity through all the trials and tribulations that any existent object, program or system is subject to, including the test of time. Each of these solutions tends to have a weak link in the chain, which is where it eventually breaks down. The design approach is to take the failure as instructive, and redesign. The Zen approach is “Fall down seven times, get up eight.” Considering the Precepts in the light of design intent, we can see that they are meant to foster harmony in the social dimension, in transactions with other individuals and groups. They shine a bright light on the futility of having “designs” on conquering another country, especially in the context of impermanence and imperfection. Whatever gains are realized are only good for whatever is left of one lifetime. Which brings us back to our starting place. Is Putin evil? Or just ignorant?Zen holds that the only thing that finally accompanies you to the grave, and affects life after death, is the deeds committed in this life. Whatever crusade you mount to defend your actions may be based on a category error. To die in the service of a cause greater than yourself may indeed be considered a noble deed. To kill others in the service of a cause you consider greater than or glorifying to yourself, while cowering behind your local cronies, is a crime, in karmic as well as human terms.Putin may be surprised to discover that his reward in heaven is not what he anticipates. He may be surprised to find that that kind of heaven lasts about fifteen minutes, as an old Master once said. He may be disappointed to find that life moves on without him, as he conceives himself. And that any actual afterlife, including his potential rebirth, is not one of his choosing. He may be surprised that karma is not a respecter of persons, however powerful they may regard themselves. And that the Soviet Union, as well as Mother Russia, do not really exist, except in the fevered imagination of a limited mind.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast
Episode 125: CLASSIC REWIND - Handwriting Analysis on Ancestors' Handwriting

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 44:12


Fisher and David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org, open the show.  They anticipate reviewing Roots Tech, the largest family history conference in the world, that is taking place over the weekend in Salt Lake City, Utah.  David then talks about a remarkable discovery of remains under a bus station in Harlem, New York!  Just whose remains have been discovered and what is their history in New York?  David will tell you.  David then talks about another discovery in Yorkshire, England involving Roman gladiators.  He'll share the incredible numbers and what has been learned from these recently found remains.  Black History Month is in full swing, too, and David shares a special database related to African-American ancestral information from NEHGS.  Fisher then fills in David on a unique app he found that allows any face to be placed over yours in photos or videos.  You can even put your ancestor's face over yours and then tell that person's story!  Hear what that app is.  David also shares news about an exciting new audio app coming from MyHeritage.com. Fisher then visits, for two segments, with Nancy Douglas, a handwriting analyst with WriteMeaning.com.  Nancy explains the various regions of handwriting and what they mean in learning about someone's personality, and how she got started in this field.  In the second segment, Nancy then reveals information on several of Fisher's ancestors based solely on their handwriting samples.  Then Tom Perry talks preservation, and how to know about the formats of your current media, and how you can convert them for long term preservation. It's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!

Plucking Up with Liz Bohannon
#60 Lisa Sharon Harper on Listening and Learning From Our Ancestors

Plucking Up with Liz Bohannon

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 60:54


After a brief hiatus, we're back on the mic with Lisa Sharon Harper. Lisa is an activist, speaker, and author of multiple books, including one of my favorites, The Very Good Gospel. In this episode, Lisa tells us about her first encounter with success—writing an award-winning play in college—and how she handled the regret that came from walking away from what could have been a big, Broadway career. Lisa's still an incredible storyteller and today she uses that gift to help us learn about the power and potential of our ancestors. Learn more about Lisa at lisasharonharper.com. -- Love the podcast? Please follow us or subscribe for FREE, rate, and leave us a review! Follow Liz on Instagram: @lizbohannon @ssekodesigns. This podcast is produced by Hueman Group Media. Follow us on IG @huemangroupmedia and Twitter @hueman_media. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pluckingup/message

Clouds in Water Zen Center
Sitting in the Arms of the Ancestors

Clouds in Water Zen Center

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 43:04


Dharma talk by Myoshin Diane Benjamin on Sunday, May 1, 2022.

EcoJustice Radio
Indigenous Regeneration: Remembering the Past to Inspire the Future

EcoJustice Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 58:51


For an extended version of this interview and other benefits, become an EcoJustice Radio patron at https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio Regeneration continues to gain momentum globally as more human beings awaken to the urgent state of the planet. A clear choice lies before us to either unite and reconnect to the lands, waters, relatives and Ancestors, or face greater peril physically, socially, economically and spiritually. Many people say we are all “indigenous” to somewhere. The times demand that we find out how to belong to the land once again. Today we talk with Lacey Cannon, Founder and Executive Director of Indigenous Re-Generation [https://www.indigenousregeneration.org/], based out of San Diego County, California. Her organization works with Native communities to achieve re-indigenization and true Tribal sovereignty through a re-generative approach to food cultivation, medicinal farming, lifestyle and culture, and eco-village education programs. Listen to Lacey Cannon share how Indigenous Regeneration is dreaming in the future by empowering the present. Lacey Cannon is from The Cherokee Nation and is the founder and Executive Director for Indigenous Re-generation. Lacey was married into the Waipuk Clan on the San Pasqual Reservation of the Kumeyaay Nation for 17 years and has 2 Kumeyaay sons from the Clan. Lacey has overseen and designed 17 acres of educational land restoration projects on the San Pasqual Indian Reservation. Her regenerative design work with Payomkowishum Elder Richard Bugbee in a featured exhibit at The Museum of Design in Atlanta Georgia through Summer 2022. Listen to our related show on regenerative farming in San Diego County from last year: 1000 Tiny Farms: A Regenerative Network https://wilderutopia.com/ecojustice-radio/1000-tiny-farms-a-regenerative-network/ Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio Hosted by Carry Kim Intro by Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Show Created by Mark and JP Morris Episode 134 Photo credit: Indigenous Re-generation

Dewey Bertolini's podcast
Paul in HD (Part 33) -- I Stand Amazed in the Presence...

Dewey Bertolini's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 46:22


We, my friends, in this PODCAST, courtesy of our old friend Luke, are about to make a brand new friend. A friend well-worth meeting, knowing, and loving! Thank you for listening, and for sharing this message!!! Please remember that depending upon your web browser and connection speed, it may take up to 60 seconds for this podcast to begin to play. God bless you richly as you listen.

The Blessed Journey with Adam Barralet
Astrological Forecast for May 2022

The Blessed Journey with Adam Barralet

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 51:36


When you know what is happening in the heavens, you can prepare with gifts from the Earth. This episode explores the major astrological influences of May 2022 and which crystals and essential oils to align with to make the most of each energy shift.Here is a summary for April:30th April – New Moon in Taurus – Jet (save money) or Black Garnet (invest money) and Bergamot Mint5th May – Samhain (Southern Hemisphere) – Chiastolite and Helichrysum5th May – Beltane (Northern Hemisphere) – Watermelon Tourmaline and Vanilla10th May – Mercury Retrograde in Gemini – Blue Fluorite and Hinoki16th May – Blood Full Moon in Scorpio – Star Ruby and Rose22nd May – Mercury Retrograde in Taurus – Botswana Agate and Arborvitae30th May – New Moon in Gemini – Hypersthene and FennelSee the crystals and oils on my visual monthly forecast on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/adambarraletFOLLOW ADAMhttps://www.youtube.com/user/adambarralethttps://www.facebook.com/mycrystalconnections/https://www.instagram.com/adambarralet/FREE weekly e-newsletter exploring crystals and morehttp://www.adambarralet.com/BRING MAGICK HOMEMy books, oracle cards and morehttps://www.adambarralet.com/offerings-from-adam-shopMy monthly online crystal salehttps://www.facebook.com/groups/137571803636756/My favourite essential oilshttps://www.adambarralet.com/ordering-doterraKEEP IT SIMPLE!All my detailshttp://linktr.ee/adambarralet

Everyday Zen Podcast
Receiving the Profound Help of Buddhas and Ancestors – Dogen's Eihei Koso Hotsuganmon Talk 4

Everyday Zen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 59:14


Chris Fortin and Jaune Evans give the fourth an final talk of the Eihei Koso Hotsuganmon series to the Dharma seminar on "Honoring the Lives of Our Ancestors."  This talk references  Kazuaki Tanahashi's "Treasury of the True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen's  Shobo Genzo, "Dogen's "Eihei Koso Hotsuganmon," and Dale Wright's "What is Buddhist Enlightenment." https://s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/edz.assets/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/30063919/Receioving-the-Profound-Help-of-Buddhas-and-Ancestors-Dogens-Eihei-Koso-Hotsuganmon-Talk-4.mp3

Tiahui Talks
Touching the Ancestors: A Conversation with Tia Chucha Press founder, Luis J. Rodriguez

Tiahui Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 52:34


Tia Chucha Press is one of the country's leading small cross-cultural presses, focused on socially engaged poetry and literature that matters. Learn more about Tia Chucha Press with the founder Luis J. Rodriguez and our bookstore team Karen Ugarte, Rocket Garcia, & Brian Reyes.

Witch Bitch Tarot
April 29, 2022

Witch Bitch Tarot

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 22:11


Witch Bitch Tarot L.L.C. Websites Used: Witches' Daily Almanac (alemanaka.com) Ibis Jasper Tumbled Stone, Healing Crystals (ravenandcrone.com) Crystal Pisces Studios Pluto Retrograde - What does it mean when this planet is retrograde (kathrynhocking.com) Books Used: The Old Farmers 2022 Almanac founded in 1792: Robert B. Thomas Book of Spells Wicca Witches Planner 2022 by Lisa Chamberlain Deck Used: Angels and Ancestors by Kyle Gray --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/witchbitchtarot/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/witchbitchtarot/support

DHARMA SPRING
Sit Empty of Worldly Anxiety

DHARMA SPRING

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 31:47


If you truly appreciate a single thread your eye can suitably meet the world and its changes. Seeing clearly, do not be fooled, and the ten thousand situations cannot shroud you. Moonlight falls on the water; wind blows over the pines. Light and shadow do not confuse us; sounds or voices do not block us. The whistling wind can resonate, pervading without impediment through the various structures. Flowing along with things, harmonizing without deviation, thoroughly abandoning webs of dust, still one does not yet arrive in the original home. Put to rest the remnants of your conditioning. Sit empty of worldly anxiety, silent and bright, clear and illuminating, blank and accepting, far-reaching and responsive. Without encountering external dusts, fulfilled in your own spirit, arrive at this field and immediately recognize your ancestors.Hongzhi Zhengjue, Cultivating the Empty FieldSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/apalmr)

Moonbeaming
Writing a New World: Boundaries, Creative Lineage, and the Gifts of Spiritual Attunement with adrienne maree brown

Moonbeaming

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 61:42


Get ready listeners, this week we have a true legend on the pod. Sarah is joined by author, Virgo, tarot reader, doula, and “budding goddess” adrienne maree brown. adrienne is the writer-in-residence at the Emergent Strategies Ideation Institute and has published many fantastic books including Grievers, We Will Not Cancel Us and Other Dreams of Transformative Justice, and Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good. Sarah and adrienne talk about everything from boundaries to making a creative shift and end with a tarot reading you won't want to miss. @Keturahd is this month's giveaway winner! Leave 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to be entered to win a reading with Sarah!adrienne's books: GrieversHolding Change the Way of Emergent Strategy Facilitation and MediationWe Will Not Cancel Us and Other Dreams of Transformative JusticePleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling GoodOctavia's Brood: Science Fiction from Social Justice MovementsHow to Get Stupid White Men Out of Officeadrienne's podcasts: Emergent StrategyHow to Survive the End of the World, Octavia's Parables Sign up for Better Boundaries: A Workshop Series for Sensitives, Intuitives, Witches, and Business BabesOrder the 2022 Many Moons Planner here.Sign up for our newsletter.Support our Patreon here. Follow Sarah on Instagram. Visit our shop. 

Tea & Whiskey with Sunshine
Ep186 Stand By Your Man...And Share Him

Tea & Whiskey with Sunshine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 32:28


Stand by your man, and share him........I pity the fool who listen and lives on the words of Kevin Samuels. S/O to my ANCESTORS!!! I LOVE YOU ALL!! I'm here for the SH%TS!!

We're Not F***ing Historians
Michael Fry: Family trees, strange ancestors and rumours about Shane's da

We're Not F***ing Historians

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 32:00


Welcome to our very first guest episode of the pod! Shane and Hazel welcome comedian and everyone's favourite one-man Indie band Michael Fry to the show! Having worked at Ancestry in a previous life, he's here to give us a history lesson about his own family tree, including one particularly odd ancestor. Plus, Michael reveals some of the weirdest requests he received and how he hopes history will remember him. We're going to speak to many more familiar Irish faces! Who should we have on next time? Drop an email to hello@nothistorians.com!***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Will Caminada Podcast
#082 The 9 Types of SPIRIT GUIDES | UPDATED!

The Will Caminada Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 24:34


In today's episode I will talk about the 9 types of Spirit Guides, who they are, what their role is and when you should call upon them. This is an update to a previous episode I did, when I was only doing audio podcast. In that episode, I talked about 6 types of spirit guides, mostly because they were the 6 types that I've personally worked with or had some kind of connection to. BUT, today I'm adding an updated take on the 6 types AND adding 3 new types that I hadn't mentioned.00:00 - Intro02:58 - 1. Deceased Loved Ones06:00 - 2. Ancestors08:03 - 3. Ascended Masters09:46 - 4. Angels12:50 - 5. Star Beings14:46 - 6. Spirit Animals18:08 - 7. Plant Spirit20:17 - 8. Nature Spirits21:50 - 9. Deities a.k.a Gods & GoddessesVIDEOS MENTIONED in this episode:

Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast
Kathie Fischer: Revering The Ancestors

Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 44:13


In this sesshin talk on Buddha ancestors, Sensei Kathie Fischer takes us way, way back, reminding us that long before any of our human ancestors there were the ancestors of earth, water, fire, air, and space. When we sit in zazen and feel our breaths grounding our bodies into the earth and then rising and […]

That Witch Life
Episode 134: Myth Magick With Tanisha Everett

That Witch Life

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 84:42


Human history is decorated with myths...but what do ancient myths mean for modern Witches? Tanisha Everett joins us to discuss ways to use myth to better see yourself, the power of personal myth, and gives us a different look at the story of Persephone. Plus, Magick for the New Moon, Kanani continues her Supernatural binge, past and present crank calls, and a response to another hater. A listener wants to connect with their Ancestors, but some of them are problematic. How can they connect with the UN-problematic ancestors? On Patreon:  More on Kanani's favorite parts of Supernatural, the weirdest rumors about Tarot, our and the books and horror movies that made us into the weird, weird Witches we are! Visit Jasmine Pearl Tea Company and treat yourself to a beautiful blend. Save 10% with coupon code WITCH2022!   Show notes and audio transcript at thatwitchlife.com Support the podcast:  patreon.com/thatwitchlife ko-fi.com/thatwitchlifepodcast etsy.com/shop/thatwitchlifepodcast

Forbidden Knowledge News
Past Lives, Intergenerational, & Ancestral Trauma - Celestials & Council of 8 w/ Michelle Carpenter

Forbidden Knowledge News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 69:43


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Spirit Box
#92 / McCalla Ann on Linguistics, Witchcraft & Ancestors.

Spirit Box

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 62:49


For episode 92 we welcome McCalla Ann, founder, podcaster and creator behind SaturnVox, a multimedia occult education and divination platform based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. McCalla was born in Atlanta, Georgia to a Catholic family on her mother's side and with Jewish heritage on her father's. Though she attended Catholic school until high school, she turned to the occult at an early age, beginning her studies on witchcraft and tarot at the early age of 15. McCalla left Atlanta for New Orleans to attend college at Loyola University, where she graduated with honours in Philosophy and World Religions with a concentration in Buddhism and its implications on language. Studying Buddhist philosophy and Chinese linguistics gave McCalla a unique perspective into language use as depicted by pictorial symbols, as opposed to the phonetic style of the west. This perspective involves an understanding of each pictorial symbol as holding multiple layers of meanings, and the ability to be able to hold all those meanings in one's mind, so as to map out a full four dimensional picture out of these two dimensional shapes. During her Downtime in college McCalla began delving deeper into the more formal realms of occult studies, beginning her study of the Jewish kabbalah and mysticism with vigour. Upon graduation, she was more than happy to turn her attention to these studies, along with those of traditional witchcraft, full time. She currently practices a flavour of witchcraft that flawlessly blends her studies on philosophy, folklore, and linguistic arts into a fusion of animism, theurgy, and kabbalistic as well as astrological study. In the Plus show we discuss aesthetics and art is juxtaposed with magic and pull that thread into ideas around Tiphereth and explore the concept of living in joy. McCalla also discusses Saturn in further details. An illuminating and engaging conversation! Show Notes: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saturnvox/ Website: https://www.saturnvox.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SaturnVox Keep in touch? https://linktr.ee/darraghmason Music by Obliqka https://soundcloud.com/obliqka --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spirit-box/message

Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
193. Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse, Aldona Jonaitis, and Lou-ann Neel: Unsettling Native Art Histories on the Northwest Coast

Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 61:32


Examples of Northwest Coast art appear in museums and collections throughout our region, but what does it mean when there is no word for “art” in the language of the people who created it? How might the Indigenous definition of art be far more expansive — demonstrating rich kinship connections and manifesting spiritual power — than a non-Indigenous framework? For anyone who regularly engages with art, these are compelling questions of accountability and cultural respect. In Unsettling Native Art Histories on the Northwest Coast, coeditors Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse and Aldona Jonaitis considered how Northwest Coast art is inseparable from its communities, demonstrating kinship connections, manifesting spiritual power, and far beyond. Together with over a dozen other contributors, the book brings Indigenous understandings of art to the foreground, recognizing its rich context and historical erasure within the discipline of art history. Aiming to “unsettle” Northwest Coast art studies, the collection of essays centers voices that uphold Indigenous priorities, integrates the expertise of Indigenous knowledge holders about their artistic heritage, and questions current institutional practices. Bunn-Marcuse, Jonaitis, and Neel joined us for a virtual discussion about decolonization work in museums, the role of women in transmitting cultural knowledge, examining artwork as living documents, and more. Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse is director of the Bill Holm Center for the Study of Northwest Native Art, curator of northwest Native art at the Burke Museum, assistant professor of art history at the University of Washington, and coeditor of In the Spirit of the Ancestors: Contemporary Northwest Coast Art at the Burke Museum.  Aldona Jonaitis is former director of the University of Alaska Museum of the North, professor of anthropology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and author of Art of the Northwest Coast and The Yuquot Whalers' Shrine. Lou-ann Ika'wega Neel is the granddaughter of Ellen Kakasolas Neel, and is also a practicing visual artist in the areas of wood carving, jewelry, textiles, and digital design. Lou-ann was the Repatriation Specialist at the Royal B.C. Museum in Victoria, B.C. There, her work involved reconnecting artists with the treasures created by their ancestors and assisting First Nations communities to ensure the safe return of their Ancestors' Remains to their respective homelands. Buy the Book: Unsettling Native Art Histories on the Northwest Coast Edited by Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse and Aldona Jonaitis  Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

Art Movements
Tamara Lanier's Fight for the Photographs of Her Enslaved Ancestors at Harvard

Art Movements

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 56:23


Last year, we published a dossier of statements by leading scholars supporting the fight of Tamara Lanier to reclaim the daguerreotypes of her ancestors from the Peabody Museum at Harvard University. Lanier, who lives in Norwich, Connecticut, had long heard stories through her family about an ancestor named Papa Renty, a learned man from Africa who was enslaved and brought to the United States under inhumane conditions. Those stories about Renty were important to her family and to the memory of their heritage that they kept alive. Then one day, Lanier discovered that there were photographs of her relative, and they were deposited at Harvard University because of a 19th-century racist academic named Louis Agassiz. Agassiz had commissioned them to "prove" his White Supremacist ideas about race and they lay in a trunk at the Peabody Museum until a researcher resurfaced them in the 1970s.In this podcast, I speak to Lanier about the continuing fight to reclaim her family heritage by asking Harvard to accept her right to the ownership of the images. She discusses a fascinating visit to the home of descendants of the Taylor family, enslavers who claimed Lanier's ancestors as property, and some surprising discoveries she made along the way.This is a must-hear episode, and I would highly recommend reading Valentina Di Liscia's excellent article, which was part of our special dossier, that summarizes the history of the court case and the larger fight to "Free Renty."Lanier has also allowed us reproduce some of the photographs she took at the Taylor family home, which includes various items of furniture created by her ancestors when they were enslaved.Related Links: The Continuing Fight to #FreeRenty Legal Precedents or Reparations? Lawsuit Against Harvard May Decide Who Owns Images of Enslaved People ---Subscribe to the Hyperallergic NewslettersBecome a Member

Mix(ed)tape
Single 7: Eco de Mis Ancestors - Extended Interview with Nelda Piña

Mix(ed)tape

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 65:43


Singer and song-writer of bailes cantaos Nelda Piña, of group Nelda Piña y sus Tambores, shares with us her life journey and her knowledge about the roots of bullerengue and cumbia. She talks about the contributions of Black people to these rhythms and touches on the importance of supporting the youth in the places where these rhythms are created. And she sings for us a little bit of "Palenquero" a beautiful song in her latest album "Eco de Mis Ancestros."This episode is in Spanish, so if you understand Spanish or are looking to improve your listening comprehension, you're in the right place. You can always find a summarized version of this interview translated to English in Track 7 of our second season: My Name is Cumbia, or in Were You Listening? Track 19: Palenquero.La canta-autora de bailes cantaos Nelda Piña, del grupo Nelda Piña y sus Tambores, nos comparte un poco de su biografía y de su conocimiento sobre las raíces del bullerengue y de la cumbia. Ella también nos habla sobre las contribuciones de la gente negra a estos ritmos y menciona la importancia de apoyar a la juventud en los lugares donde estos ritmos fueron creados. !Y además nos da un pequeño concierto donde canta un fragmento de la bella canción "Palenquero" de su último álbum "Eco de Mis Ancestros"!Este Single contiene la entrevista completa con Nelda Piña. Una versión resumida de la entrevista puedes encontrarla en el Track 7 de nuestra segunda temporada: Yo Me Llamo Cumbia y en el Were You Listening? Track 19: Palenquero.Para más información sobre nuestras fuentes échale un vistazo a nuestro sitio web aquí y a nuestro canal de Youtube aquí.Contáctanos en: themixedtapepodcast@gmail.comSi te gustó la música que utilizamos, encuéntrala en nuestros playlists aquí.Host/Productores: Andrés Hincapié, PhD; Melissa Villodas, PhD Candidate Creadora de contenido gráfico: Susan Mykalcio

The New Witches
Listener Stories #21

The New Witches

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 80:14


On this listeners episode we have a great mix of questions and stories. We read a question on how to get started as a witchling, some heartwarming ghost stories, some creepy ghost stories, and even a glitch-in-the-matrix story!Support the show (https://patreon.com/thenewwitches)

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 88:24


In conversation with Sand Symes, today to talk about the power of Breathwork for Grounded Breakthroughs  @sandsymes Join one of Sand's Journeys here Step Into Your Magic on Patreon www.jennamonaco.com IG: @jenna.monaco Get 10% off using the code SPARK10: FourSigmatic | Purely Elizabeth | HUM Nutrition Intro+ Outro Artist Credit: Tunderbird by Ooyy

All Of It
Reckoning with the Actions of Ancestors

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 24:14


After hearing stories about her ancestors, Maud Newton uses genealogy to expose their secrets and contradictions in her new memoir, Ancestor Trouble: A Reckoning and a Reconciliation. From thirteen marriages, to murder, to witchcraft, Newton uncovers it all. She joins us to talk about her new book. This segment is guest-hosted by Kerry Nolan. 

Holistic Life Navigation
[Ep. 90] Navigating Our Bodies As Our Ancestors | Luis Mojica

Holistic Life Navigation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 28:04


"The first alter of our ancestors is the body." This quote from Amber McZeal beautifully illustrates the connection between relating to our bodies, the land, and our lineage. To move from colonization to decolonization, i.e. be in relationship with rather than dominance of, applies to our bodies just as it applies to land. When we're in relationship with our bodies, we're in relationship with the land and vice versa.  In this episode, Luis explores how, through ancestral healing work and exploring our lineage, we can reclaim beautiful knowledge and practices which can help us navigate overwhelm and anxiety.  For more info on Luis's work, please visit: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com/. At the site you can also purchase the webinar about Decolonization of the Body.