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Join Sharon Rainbow Eagle Bar-Or and Jim Graywolf - Eaglewolf - on Healing Mirror Holders Radio for a powerful webcast on Sunday, June 7th at 1 PM MST, 3 PM EST, 8 PM London and 10 PM Israel time.
We read a lot about the destruction of plants - trees, grasses, crops, etal - around the world. Why is this and how do we learn to honor the plant nations again? Native Americans speak of all things in nature as being a ‘people’ - a nation. This is a matter of respect and allows for understanding how important each natural element is to the survival of all.
There are many stories about trees and plants around the world shared by indigenous people. They show the value people living close to the Earth place on plants. And many statements of the power of plants, such as this one: "The trees are great teachers. The trees are great listeners. That is why we should meditate in their presence. The Great Spirit is in every rock, every animal, every human being and in every tree. The Great Spirit has been in some trees for hundreds of years. Therefore, the trees have witnessed and heard much. The trees are the Elders of the Elders. Their spirits are strong and very healing." ~ Mary Hayes, Clayoqout
Come join as we share some stories from the old ones and some ways plants give us healing medicine. And we will explore together some steps we need to take as one to again honor our plant relatives.
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Join us for this exciting episode with Plant Medicine Practitioner, Medicine Maker, and Wildcrafter, Scott Kloos. Learn about his walk in Folk Medicine and the work he's been doing in Portland and beyond!
Scott Kloos has been working with the native plants of the Pacific NW since the late 90’s. In addition to many years of self-study, he completed the 1999 Herbal Apprenticeship Program at the Herb Pharm in Williams, OR, and in 2000, he attended a nine-month Community Herbalist Training Program with Christopher Hobbs. In 2009, he studied Traditional Western Herbalism: An Intuitive and Energetic Approach with Matthew Wood in Portland, OR.
He spent seven years studying the human psyche (his own and others) in Paul Levy’s Awakening in the Dream group. Paul’s unique synthesis of the Dzogchen School of Tibetan Buddhism, Western Alchemy, Jungian Psychology, the Dreambody Psychology of Arnold Mindell, and shamanism deeply shaped his view of the world and his approach to healing and working with plants.
He is the owner of Cascadia Folk Medicine, which produces small batch herbal extracts from the native plants of the region. In his healing practice he works with the psycho-spiritual aspects of plant medicine and hosts monthly Plant Teacher Ceremonies. He is one of the founders and a faculty member of the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine in Portland, OR and is finishing his first book tentatively titled, "Wild Medicinal Plants of the Pacific Northwest: 120 Healing Herbs from Alumroot to Yerba Santa".
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Dana Laake and her special guest Amber Lynn Vitse, CN, will discuss proteins, plant protein options, and organic plant protein.
Amber Lynn Vitse is a Certified Nutritionist in integrative nutrition, and also brings her training in Ayurvedic medicine to the team. For 16 years she has worked in product retail, as well as maintained her own wellness practice, often working with doctors and alternative health practitioners promoting optimum health, inside and out. In the last several years she has been writing for several natural health publications, educating retailers and consumers on what quality really means in both foods and products. Amber is excited to be a member of the Garden of Life Education team and continue the mission of empowering extraordinary health.
http://VictoriaVives.com/radio Interview with SPECIAL GUEST, Doug SImons. At 11 years old, Doug Simons began learning about the native plants of Colorado from his mother. His awareness, knowledge and connection to the plant world has only grown stronger through his life and travels across the American continent. His learning and practicing of medicine has taken place in the Western U.S., Mexico, Central and South America. Through these travels he has learned from many indigenous cultures, some of which include the Tarahumara, the Tohono O’Odham, and the Navajo. www.chanchka.com
Victoria Vives Khuong hosting EARTH SKY people RADIO ~ Living in Harmony with Mother Earth and Awakening to an Intergalactic Society!
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Our guest is Leon Viego, musician and medicine man from Chile. Annique of Gaia, of Medicine Walk Radio joins us for our joint broadcast of this interview, as Leon shares his journey to work with sacred master plant medicine and music and how it dramatically changed his life. Leon now travels teaching about his work, while sharing his planet medicine in his homeland and his music worldwide. Join for this heartfelt adventure.
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Leon Viego can be contacted through Annique for his teaching in the US and medicine work in his homeland.
Music: Intro: Arizona Spirit from Charles Button and Friends double album White Buffalo Bigger than Real.
From: Leon Viejo new album Medicine of the Earth soon to be released: Music is my Medicine, Amor, Vuelve a sonar (Dream Again) and Munay (Mooni)
Our regular host Hugh T Alkemi will speak with Stephen Buhner in this live episode about Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm, the subject and title of Dr Buhner's newest book. Join into the convo by calling 347-855-8334
Stephen Harrod Buhner is the senior researcher for the Foundation for
Gaian Studies. Described as both an Earth Poet and a Bardic Naturalist, he
is the award-winning author of 19 books, including The Lost Language of
Plants, The Secret Teachings of Plants, and Sacred Plant Medicine.
Stephen is also the bestselling author of Herbal Antibiotics. Before retiring
in 2013, Stephen taught for over 30 years throughout North America and
Europe. Stephen's work has appeared or been profiled in publications
throughout North America and Europe including Mother Earth News, The
Lampeter Review, Spirituality & Health, The New York Times, CNN, and
Good Morning America. He lives in Silver City, New Mexico.
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Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, one of few Southern California conservancies, helps residents learn how to optimize the protection of their land, plants and native insects and animals during drought and fire hazardous conditions. On today's show, two experts join this most important dialogue.
Dr. Allen Franz is a board member of Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy (PVPLC). Also Allen Franz is a Professor of Anthropology at Marymount College, member of Palos Verdes South Bay Audubon Society, Vice President, a White Point Steering Committee Member, and a Nature Walk Leader with PVPLC.
Cris Sarabia is the Stewardship Manager for the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy. Cris offers the workshops on "Water Conservation Strategies" related to strategies in the native plant garden such as greywater use, drip irrigation, efficient sprinklers and alternatives to watering plants and "Landscaping for Fire Safety." Also, Sarabia is responsible for implementation of land stewardship activities on nature preserves of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Sarabia's background includes a B.A in Environmental Science and Policy from California State University, Long Beach, specializing in the management and restoration of coastal sage scrub habitat, coastal salt marshes, coastal dunes and marine habitats for over the past four years. • Sarabia's experience is also in developing naturalist education programs, California native plant propagation and community based restorations within the non-profit sector. • Cris joined the Land Conservancy staff in February 2009.