Monthly Archives: October 13, 2007

  • Upcoming Events

    Jake Swamp, Mohawk teacher, Tree Planting Ceremony

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  • Upcoming Events

    Jake Swamp, Mohawk teacher, Tree Planting Ceremony

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    Natural Way: Indigenous Voices is Honored to Present The Iroquois Great Law of Peace: A Millennium of Continuous Democracy What are the indigenous roots of our democracy? Are there other traditions that point the way to a satisfying and sustainable future of peace and consensus? Jake Swamp, ‘Tekaronianeken’, will appear at the Natural Way-Indigenous Voices… Read more »

  • Upcoming Events

    Jake Swamp, Mohawk teacher, Lecture

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  • Philosophy of Tracking

    Standing at SHIFT

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    Some photos of folks doing Standing practice. What does it mean to receive mentoring from Trees, in Standing? To keep focus. To endure great discomfort in the search for personal discovery? How do we transform ‘suffering’ into the decision to stay totally present? Choose it. Don’t waste a moment of real feeling, of pain or… Read more »

  • Philosophy of Tracking

    Holding Space, Standing Like A Tree

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    Much like a Tree creates a bounded and sheltered space at its feet, where perhaps formerly one only found an open meadow and the pulsing weather, so do I see the emerging variety of social technologies used by some in the rewilding community. One of my main daily physical practices nowadays often goes by the… Read more »

  • Philosophy of Tracking

    What Went Wrong

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    Critical thinking and a willingness to examine one’s blind spots, goes hand in hand with creativity and a willingness to explore fresh new perspectives. In fact, how do fresh new perspectives differ from our uncovered blindspots? Perhaps only in our willingness to retread what we deem “old territory” – for in the most familiar places,… Read more »