Nosotros, los representantes de los Pueblos, Naciones y…Continue
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STATEMENT OF THE V SUMMIT ABYA Yala:
"DEFENDING THE FUTURE OF OUR NATIONS '
We, the representatives of the peoples, nations and Indigenous Nationalities of Abya Yala, in the framework and implementation of the right to self-determination, and in defense of Mother Earth, we present our position on the Seventh Summit of…Continue
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Unanimously Approved By the Vote of More than 300 Indigenous Delegates from the South, Central and North America, Indigenous Summit of the Americas, March 10, 2015, Panama, City, Panama.…Continue
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Latin American Times 11/04/2015
The American Indian leader Phil Lane Jr. shakes hands with President of Bolivia, Evo Morales , Saturday April 11, 2015, at the Seventh Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Americas held in the Panama city. The President…
DECLARATION OF THE FIFTH…Continue
Added by Phil Lane Jr. on April 3, 2015 at 11:19pm — No Comments
Today, March 20th is the new year in the Andean world, also equinox, new moon and solar eclipse... and to honor and celebrate this awesome synchronicity i want to share with you a movie that i made presenting the perfect example of the encounter of an eagle and a condor.
Filmed last year at the 6th annual International Indigenous Leadership Gathering in…
Added by Soniko Waira on March 20, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments
According to the Hopi, there are red, yellow, purple and white people synonymous with the colors of corn. Each color is related to an element and anyone can potentially lose their way and become two-hearted. The term two-hearted comes from the Hopi concept that people originally have one heart and are good natured. People who lose the way, or lose self consciousness, and succumb to greed acquire a whole other heart to feed. According to Hopi belief, red people are the…Continue
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Be generous in prosperity, and thankful in adversity. Be worthy of the trust of your neighbours, and look upon them with a bright and friendly face. Be a treasure to the poor, an admonisher to the rich, an answerer of the cry of the needy, a preserver of the…Continue
When our tribes and nations were still spiritually and socially strong and fully understood the devastating impact of sexual and physical abuse, abusers of women and children were dealt with very severely, including castration, death, or…Continue
The Fourth Way reflects the view that the Human Family is at a crossroad facing diverging paths; on one side lays the path of conflict, militarism, economic insecurity and war, on the other, a sacred path leading to mutual understanding, cooperation…Continue
At times, the simplest things to see, seem to be the hardest things to See. I know this is so for me. Because, only when I let go of the all about me experience, do I See the Powerful and fulfilling nature of this Loving Aspect of Us as Original Experiencers.
When I let go of the egocentric aspect of me, the Love Door swung open. When I focus only on me, than the love door shuts tight. I would so much Love to Experience…Continue
Added by John Francis on January 7, 2015 at 10:30pm — No Comments
The late Navajo elder Leon Secatero (Headman for the Canoncito Band at To'Hajillee) once told me that (in a near death experience) he saw the Wind Walkers take corn pollen in their mouths to bless their words before they spoke to him.
“The 9Spirit) elders talked about positive things, focusing on the positive to make things happen, to bring in good energy so that life will continue. They said to use song, prayer, dance to focus on positive thought, and to help us go forward…Continue
Receive profound Indigenous wisdom by entering into a virtual circle for healing, ceremony, teaching, sharing and co-creating in a sacred and unified way.
Learn to apply The 16 Indigenous Guiding Principles that have been carefully chosen by councils of leaders to serve as the foundation for healing your life and our…Continue