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Idle No More - The Battle Cry of First Nations
New voices cry out the same messages our Ancestors cried out centuries ago. Today, the voices of First Nations are being heard all over the world. The movement known as “Idle No More” is a gathering of like minds and spirits that have had enough. These voices have been ignored for too long.
Medicine for the Spirit – Seeking Balance
Medicine refers to anything that will help a person feel more connected to and in harmony with the Creator, nature, and all life-forms. Medicine is based on the deep understanding that man is part of nature and health is a matter of balance.
Medicine of the Self – A Path to Moving Beyond Ego
Who are you? What is your truth? These are tough questions to answer. However, if we are courageous enough to do the work required to find the answers we are rewarded with the sense to find and follow our own paths. Native American wisdom can help heal and guide us along life’s precious journey.
Michael 'Hawk" Spisak Interview
Full Circle author, Micahel "Hawk" Spisak is asked to describe his thoughts on his book as a screenplay, Idle No More, historical trauma, and his plans for the future. Authentic, candid, and raw.
Michael Spisak - Full Circle Interview
A daring interview with the author of Full Circle. Although the work is historical fiction it validates the fact that historical trauma is a live energy and that recognition of it brings it to the light where it can be healed.
Micro-aggressions - Cowboys and Indians
The era in American history known as the Wild West sometimes conjures up images of fighting between cowboys and Indians. Centuries later the battle still rages, in some areas, but this time on an invisible battlefield.
Micro-assaults – New Responses to Old Attitudes
With the Great Spirit as our Guide we can translate and transmute these acts of fear into truths that can bring healing and closure to an era of hate. The journey from victimhood to victory takes place along the path of courage.
Micro-insults – “Excuse me, are you the maid?”
Subtle insults and stunning nonverbal interactions occur frequently out of deeply rooted ignorance and old habits. However, as Indigenous People certain experiences hold the spiritual power that provides an opportunity for us to step away from victim consciousness and to change our perspective.
Mitakuye Oyasin - All Are Related
As we journey inward towards our hearts, we realize we are not identified by our skin color but by our sacred spirit. We begin to view ourselves, others, and all of nature as sacred. When we know we are connected to others there is no “Us” versus “Them” mentality.
For many, marriage is the key to happiness, long life, and health. In traditional times of the past, many Native American tribes practiced a way of family life that was meant to preserve this sacred institution.
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