Brooke Medicine Eagle, Native American Earth Keeper, Wisdom teacher, Healer, Visionary, Singer/Song Writer, motivational Speaker, Author of "Buffalo Woman Comes Singing" and "The Last Ghost Dance", shares her wisdom about living a sustainable lifestyle honoring Mother Earth and all our relations.
This week, my guest will be Brooke Medicine Eagle, Author, Singer/songwriter, Recording Artist, and Visionary Wisdom Teacher.. She is of mixed heritage - Native American and European - but has chosen to walk the Red Road honoring the sacred teachings of Ancestral Native Americans.
My guest was Simone Soucy, Colorado Artist, Organic Farmer, and Teacher of some of Tom Brown's Wilderness Survival Classes. She shared her wisdom about sustainable living, permaculture gardening, being in harmony with nature, and foraging for wild edibles like mushrooms and berries in the Rocky Mountains.
Listen to Vincent and Claudia Pinto who operate Raven's Way Wild Journeys in the Sky Island region of SE Arizona. They teach many classes from Stone-Age and Wilderness Survival Skills to Environmental Stewardship, and reconnecting with nature amid the beauty and grandeur of an inland Archipelago where several biological provinces overlap creating an explosion of life found nowhere else on the planet.
My guest is Susan Mokelke, Executive Director of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, Editor of Shamanism Annual, the journal of the Foundation, and teacher of such advanced programs as the Three Year Intensive which involves extended training in progressively higher levels of very advanced shamanism, and initiations into rare and little known practices.
My guest on Shaman's Keep will be Steven Ash, author of "Sacred Drumming". He was born in Britain, but grew up on Native American reservations in Canada where his father was the reservation doctor. Steven learned healing and natural medicine with his father, and later lived and studied with Ted Williams, Chief and Medicine Man for the Raven Tribe. He was given the name, Buffalo Spirit Man, and given the honor of being a pipe carrier by Ed McGaa, Eagle Man. He now resides in the UK where he teaches alternative healing methods at the College of Sound Healing.
Angeles Arrien will be my guest this week. She is a cultural anthropologist, award winning author, and Founder and President of the Foundation for Cross-Cultural Educational Research. Her book, "The Four Fold Way", has been translated in over 10 languages around the world, and the Four Fold Way Program which she developed is currently used in medical, academic, and corporate environments.
This week, we will revisit that fascinating couple, Vincent & Claudia Pinto in the amazing Sky Island Region of SE Arizona. He is a Naturalist, Wildlife Biologist, and Survival Expert. Their school, Raven's Way Wild Journeys, teaches Stone Age Survival Skills, Ethnobotany, as well as Environmental Stewardship, Organic Gardening and Sustainability. Claudia is a passionate Activist and teaches Sustainable Living and Women's Education. Their mission is to help people reconnect with Nature, and to help bring earth back into balance and harmony. They have so much wisdom to share!
This week on Shaman's Keep, Caroline will be explaining how SHAMANISM CAN IMPROVE YOUR LIFE. If you are troubled by a recurring pattern in your relationships, if you have issues with addictions, if you have trouble sleeping or experience nightmares that make your nights miserable, if things never seem to work out for you no matter how hard you try, there is powerful help available to turn your life around. Shamanism has been healing peoples troubles for over 40,000 years, and it is just as viable today as it was in ancient times.
Raymon Grace will be our guest this week. He is a native of the mountains of Virginia and has spent 35 years doing healing work and teaching dowsing and psychic development. He is a frequent teacher at the Ozark Research Institute's Power of Thought School, and he lectures across the country at dowsing conferences and alternative healing seminars. His style is unique, and he tells stories in a down-to-earth mountain man way. Among those he has learned from are Rolling Thunder, Cherokee Medicine Man, and Chief Two Trees, Cherokee Chief and Healer.