Jul 21, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Ancestral Healing: Transforming Persistent Patterns - Part Two

We all come from the first man and the first woman. Yet we created "race," a historical story to justify the concept of "white supremacy." The same blood flows through our veins and all of our well ancestors are hanging out in the same place. Yet we created "separation from God," a historical story to justify the dominance by a chosen few. We are tired of this story. It is unsustainable and it always dead ends, again and again. Join teacher and practitioner, Langston Kahn, and host, Christina Pratt, in Part Two of transforming persistent patterns in ancestral healing. They explore how to begin where you are, why we-the Living-are needed to truly transform the old ancestral patterns, and how doing so gives us the foundation to create the world our hearts know is possible.

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Woman & Nature with Susan Griffin

It is a great pleasure today to have with me Susan Griffin, such an accomplished women, author of over 20 books, who is esteemed for her innovative thought and creative literary stule. A leading feminist and environmental thinker, she has addressed a wide range of social and political questions, including nuclear weapons, rape, , and democracy. Her classic work, Woman and Nature, the focus today, is said to have inspired eco-feminism and today's conversation. In her words...."Overall it reveals and challenges the assumption that shaped the culture, thought, politics and practices of the West, the fundamental idea that Nature is inferior to (white) men, and that women, people of color, being closer to nature, are also inferior. That nature or matter is separate from and opposed to spirit. (And therefore women and people of color are more sensual, emotional and thus intellectually and spiritually inferior). Additionally the book is driven by a very different assumption--that spirit and matter are not separate, that nature has intelligence and meaning, that we are part of nature and all equal." Never has a subject been so relevent. Tune in and enjoy!

Wed, July 22, 2020 at 9:00 pm Eastern


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