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  • 00:31

    Live from Rocks & Things...Metaphysical: A conversation with Jen and Jacob

    in Spirituality

    We are gonna rock and roll again this Friday at Rocks & Things..Metaphysical in downtown Whitefish.


    After their trip to Burnaby Mountain in B.C. Jacob and Jen of Gaia Journey are back in Whitefish before they head south. We will talk about their journey so far and look at what's ahead for them.


    Also if time allows we will take callers. If you are in Whitefish stop by the store and join the conver

  • 00:30

    Live from Rocks & Things...Metaphysical

    in Spirituality

    Join me today for a conversation(maybe with myself if no one shows up) about some of the things that are happening in our community, the world and the "ethers". I would also like to talk about Kundalini awakenings and how to go through awakening gracefully.


    If  time permits I would also like to talk about the Archetypes that are yelling at me right now.


    If you want to be a guest on this show call in or email me at velvet59937@yahoo.com

  • 00:30

    Live from Rocks & Things...Metaphysical

    in Spirituality

    This is going to be fun. I am going to talk about the city of light that I live in and I want to have a discussion with locals about the place we live.am Join me Friday LIve at 11:30 at Rocks & Things...Metaphysical in Downtown Whitefish. The address is 404 1st. Street E. You can either call or come in for a live interview. I would like to interview local "Characters" who want to tell their own stories about how they wound up in Whitefish.


    Hope to see you or hear from you then.

  • 01:01

    Saddle Up for Montana

    in Travel

    Join World Footprints as we take you on a journey through a national treasure—the State of Montana.  We covered just a small section of this wonderful state—Glacier Country--but as you’ll discover from Part I of this series, there’s a reason why many celebrities (Ted Turner, David Letterman, among others) call Montana a “home away from home.”   Our first stop through Glacier country begins in the town of Whitefish, an enchanting art and cultural center, and you’ll meet the proprietors of the Good Medicine Lodge. (One of the most extraordinary places we have ever stayed.) Whitefish is also the gateway to our second stop—Glacier National Park.  We will take you deep inside Glacier National Park to share some of its charm with the help of Mike Davies of Glacier Guides. Then we’ll travel by rail on the Amtrak Empire Builder to Havre, Montana, where we’ll experience the Havre Underground, a town beneath the town.  Finally, we’ll end the first part of this journey with a stop that takes us on safari (yes, a safari) on the Great Plains with Jacob Dusek of Sage Safaris.

  • 01:58

    " Hoka Hey - Idle No More" (previously recorded episode)

    in News

    Recorded June 12th 2013


    The opening music was Red Winter by Drezus. Ending song Neil Young, Mother Earth song.


    Host Russ Letica, WnT Board Member as he discusses the Idle No More movement with guests. 


    Does Idle No More have the impetus to keep on going ?  


    Sylvia McAdam  a co-founder of a global movement called "Idle No More". She resides on her peoples lands in the Treaty 6 territory and teaches university classes in nearby Prince Albert. She is from the Nehiyaw nation and the Whitefish Lake Reserved Lands #118. Sylvia is a fluent nehiyaw speaker and understands her people’s culture. She is a direct descendant of Treaty makers, and hereditary okimaws. She is a mother, and a grandmother. She has earned her Jurist Doctorate from the University of Saskatchewan and a Bachelor of Human Justice from the University of Regina. She is author of a book called "Cultural Teachings: First Nations Protocols & Methodologies".


    Souta Calling Last works with a Phoenix-based group called Valley Natives. This group was formed in response to INM movement to foster a sense of community within the urban native community. It has organized a number of teach-ins on water relations, the environment, climate, and de-colonization. She is also a founding member of non-profit with a fellow Masters student and good friend Laura Medina working on community and tribal government relations, as well as educational presenting.  She grew up on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana and a member of the Blackfoot Confederacy, also an enrolled in the Blood tribe of Alberta Canada.


    IMPORTANT PLEASE help us heat homes 100% of all money donated goes directly to the fund http://whispernthunder.org/EREZ_Fund.html

  • 00:36

    Attracting Your Soulmate

    in Self Help




    My guest today, Gail Lynne Goodwin, is an author, coach, speaker, and the founder of InspireMeToday.com, a website that provides free inspiration daily to members in more than 150 countries.


    Gail has interviewed many well-known names including Sir Richard Branson, Seth Godin, Tony Hseih, Michael Gerber, Marci Shimoff, Jack Canfield, and hundreds more. According to Mashable, Gail was one of 2009's Top 25 Most Inspirational People on Twitter.


    Gail is a published author and a regular writer for the Huffington Post and for Care2.com, where her column is shared with more than 23,000,000 people. Her first course, Love In 21 Days, has helped individuals around the world to use logic to find love.


    Gail offers coaching, mentoring, and mastermind services from her home in the mountains of Whitefish, Montana, where she resides with her husband Darryl. Meet her at http://inspiremetoday.com.

  • 01:01

    Montana - From underground city to safari

    in Travel

     
    Join World Footprints as we take you on another through the State of Montana.  We covered just Glacier Country and our first stop begans in the town of Whitefish, an enchanting art and cultural center. 
    Whitefish is the gateway to our second stop—Glacier National Park where we'll go deep inside to share some of its charm. 
    Then we’ll travel by rail to Havre where we’ll experience the Havre Underground, a town beneath

  • 01:00

    Montana Journey - Leg 1

    in Travel

    Join World Footprints as we take you on a journey through a national treasure—the State of Montana.  We covered just a small section of this wonderful state—Glacier Country--but as you’ll discover from Part I of this series, there’s a reason why many celebrities (Ted Turner, David Letterman, among others) call Montana a “home away from home.”   Our first stop through Glacier country begins in the town of Whitefish, an enchanting art and cultural center, and you’ll meet the proprietors of the Good Medicine Lodge. (One of the most extraordinary places we have ever stayed.)
    Whitefish is also the gateway to our second stop—Glacier National Park.  We will take you deep inside Glacier National Park to share some of its charm with the help of Mike Davies of Glacier Guides.
    Then we’ll travel by rail on the Amtrak Empire Builder to Havre, Montana, where we’ll experience the Havre Underground, a town beneath the town.  Finally, we’ll end the first part of this journey with a stop that takes us on safari (yes, a safari) on the Great Plains with Jacob Dusek of Sage Safaris.

  • 02:03

    Idle No More

    in News

    Join Host Russ Letica, WnT Board Member as he discusses the Idle No More movement with guests. 
    Does Idle No More have the impetus to keep on going through 2013?  
    Our guests are:
    Sylvia McAdam  a co-founder of a global movement called Idle No More. She lives on her peoples lands in the Treaty 6 territory and teaches university classes in nearby Prince Albert. She is from the Nehiyaw nation and the Whitefish Lake Reserved Lands #118. Sylvia is a fluent nehiyaw speaker and understands her people’s culture. She is a direct descendant of Treaty makers, and hereditary okimaws. She has earned her Jurist Doctorate from the University of Saskatchewan and a Bachelor of Human Justice from the University of Regina. She is author of a book called "Cultural Teachings: First Nations Protocols & Methodologies".
    Sootahkii Calling Last works with a Phoenix-based group called Valley Natives. This group was formed in response to Idle no More movement to foster a sense of community within the urban native community. It has organized a number of teach-ins on water relations, the environment, climate, and de-colonization. She is also a founding member of non-profit with a fellow Masters student and good friend Laura Medina working on community and tribal government relations, as well as educational presenting.  She grew up on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana and a member of the Blackfoot Confederacy, also an enrolled in the Blood tribe of Alberta Canada. She currently working on her Masters in Management at the University of Phoenix to complement a bachelor’s from the University of Montana in Environmental Science with an emphasis in Water Resources. Most of her experience is rooted in Water Quality, specifically heavy metal contamination clean up.

  • 01:01

    Montana Journey - Part I

    in Travel

    Join World Footprints as we travel through the State of Montana as we celebrate her birthday.  We covered just a small section of Big Sky country--but as you’ll discover from Part I of this series, there’s a reason why many celebrities (Ted Turner, David Letterman, among others) call Montana a “home away from home.”   Our first stop through Glacier country begins in the town of Whitefish, an enchanting art and cultural center, and you’ll meet the proprietors of the Good Medicine Lodge. 
    Whitefish is also the gateway to our second stop—Glacier National Park.  We will take you deep inside Glacier National Park to share some of its charm with the help of Mike Davies of Glacier Guides.
    Then we’ll travel by rail on the Amtrak Empire Builder to Havre, Montana, where we’ll experience the Havre Underground, a town beneath the town.  Finally, we’ll end the first part of this journey with a stop that takes us on safari (yes, a safari) on the Great Plains with Jacob Dusek of Sage Safaris.

  • 01:01

    Montana Journey

    in Travel

    Join World Footprints as we take you on a journey through a national treasure—the State of Montana.  We covered just a small section of this wonderful state—Glacier Country--but as you’ll discover from Part I of this series, there’s a reason why many celebrities (Ted Turner, David Letterman, among others) call Montana a “home away from home.”   Our first stop through Glacier country begins in the town of Whitefish, an enchanting art and cultural center, and you’ll meet the proprietors of the Good Medicine Lodge. (One of the most extraordinary places we have ever stayed.)
    Whitefish is also the gateway to our second stop—Glacier National Park.  We will take you deep inside Glacier National Park to share some of its charm with the help of Mike Davies of Glacier Guides.
    Then we’ll travel by rail on the Amtrak Empire Builder to Havre, Montana, where we’ll experience the Havre Underground, a town beneath the town.  Finally, we’ll end the first part of this journey with a stop that takes us on safari (yes, a safari) on the Great Plains with Jacob Dusek of Sage Safari.

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