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Suffering Deep Assaults Into Your Souls - Bringing Back The Soulfulness

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I read a post from Gregory E. Woods, aka Dawn Wolf on what is known as Christmas Eve and knew that it would serve as the beginning of our shows for 2010. Paraphrasing some of what he said, “Suffering deep assaults into their souls, becoming predators and conquerors preoccupied with staggering fear, producing resistance – unable to rest and relax and sit in the divine quality of the soul – and thus passing that on to future generations.” C.S. Lewis said, “You don’t have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body.” We have allowed that which is material and that which is spiritual in and among ourselves to become entangled to the extent that we can no longer distinguish between that which is unseen and that which is seen or source energy. The evidence is manifested in the quality and lack thereof of life for all, the lack of justice, and the internalized tragedy weighing us down. How do we bring back the soulfulness? Join us as we begin this year with reflecting upon who we are and not what we have been defined to be. Featured Guest: Gregory E. Woods is a Keeper of Stories. He manipulates sounds for the benefit of all concerned about themselves and assists in the development of soul, mind and spirit of whoever is sent to him by Spirit. His drum circles are set up for healing, clarity, release and learning. He has learned how to help his white relatives with their emotional retardation. It is an interesting work. Its time is now. The need is evident. "I walk between worlds engaged in the actions of development, and achievement. The world is full of mystery and magic is the common element. It is at the center, the very epicenter of who we are as people, a People and the person within oneself.” He is Alowan Chanteh Inyan Wichasha, first born of parents: Herbert and Constance Woods; an African-Native American Indian, husband, Grandfather, mate, son and friend. http://www.keeperofstories.blogspot.com This is only part of my work.

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