02 Feb 6 Sacred Rules of Spiritual Engagement in Dangerous Times: How to Walk our Talk

In the past two weeks, all of us in the United States and even around the world have been feeling the impact of our new president’s executive orders, particularly the ban on Muslims from 7 countries.  I myself have felt the collective chaos, fear, anger, and confusion ripple through my energy body, just as I did on 9/11 after I watched an airplane fly into the second Twin Tower and heard reports throughout the day of the crashes into the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania. In the view of Mother Earth mysticism and shamanic energy medicine, we are connected through a web of light from the personal outward to our family, to any larger communities with which we are affiliated through gender, ancestry, culture, religion, sexual orientation, or membership, and from there out to the collective of the nation, as a whole. We are also through this web connected to the world, writ large.  This is why those of us who may be tuned into these subtler layers of our physical existence may feel so deeply at the very core of bodies the tearing of the fabric of our nation. It is a stunning truth and perhaps overwhelming to even contemplate. This is not an abstract, intellectual fact nor a merely political and economic reality, it is also deeply spiritual. One does not have to be involved in new spiritual movements or alternative forms of spirituality to understand this view.  Martin Luther King, Jr. put it this way, based on his readings of the teachings of Jesus: “In a real sense, all life is interrelated in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever effects one directly affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be and you can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality.”
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19 Aug Sacred Chants for Love, Healing and Co-Creation

  [audio mp3="http://www.rmrestore1.dev/wp-content/uploads/Fire-Ceremony-Chant.mp3"][/audio] Teaching on the Cherokee Heart Chant This is my commentary on the Cherokee Heart Chant as taught by Venerable Dhyani Ywahoo: [audio mp3="http://www.rmrestore1.dev/wp-content/uploads/Teaching-on-the-Cherokee-Heart-Chant.mp3"][/audio] Cherokee Heart Chant (Sung by Rachel Mann) [audio mp3="http://www.rmrestore1.dev/wp-content/uploads/Cherokee-Heart-Chant.mp3"][/audio] Sacred Vowels Chant (Creation Chant as Offered by Venerable Dhyani Ywahoo) [audio mp3="http://www.rmrestore1.dev/wp-content/uploads/Sacred-Vowels.mp3"][/audio]...

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