Nov 29, 2011


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Occupy Love: Shamanism and Restorative Action

"How could we ask for anything less than the future?" That is the question. And it was asked by spoken word poet, Drew Dellinger, in a November 16th post to the site. How do we-the Big We-take the restorative actions needed to manifest a future that works for everyone? "Many of our shamanic ancestors knew an answer to this question," explains host and shaman, Christina Pratt. "From the often quoted Great Binding Law of the Iroquois Confederacy that our decisions serve the next seven generations to the Quechua concept of ayni, which is reciprocity and gratitude co-mingled in mature love, our shamanic ancestors knew how to Occupy Love. They created their entire social structure based on taking the actions necessary not only to thrive in their environments but also to keep the flow of energy that animates all things moving, exchanging, and reciprocating. For many shamanic peoples, prior to contact with the religions and beliefs of the Western World, their lives were shaped by accepting a Law of Universal Responsibility which means that everyone engages in the interchange of mature love, knowledge, and right work. And that they do so in a way that willingly acknowledges the interconnection between humans, the natural world that sustains them, and the invisible world of spirit. Our ancestors learned to live in this way by asking their helping spirits how. So we are not looking back to see what to do, but to learn how to ask the questions of spirit that will guide us in taking the restorative actions needed to transform our world.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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