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Tickling the Belly of the Beast
White Eagle, Jan Harwood, Cappy Israel ,Willa, Margaret Metsinger, Monique, Joya, and Tananger, Cynthia Gustin, Allen Fischer
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In the first h our, White Eagle, spoke about the Delicate Lodge Teachings, which are deeply rooted in the ancient native cultures of the Americas. They have been evolving for 35,000 years and flourished among the Mayans and Toltecs and those who walked before them. White Eagle specifically discussed the Council Guide Trainings which call forth the best of human wisdom to respond to the challenges of our time.

"Throughout the river of time, in the journey of human consciousnesss, there has been a dream of sacredness and wholeness of life as a beautiful mystery that has emerged many times in many different forms." This awareness, White Eagle explained, usually emerges when the people have lived in close conscious connection to the earth and with one another. "The need for consciousness to flower once again in the collective consciousness of circles of people dedicated to holding a sacred relationship with the energies of life and with one another is being called forward by life itself."

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In the second hour, The Raging Grannies of Santa Cruz, sang their famous protest songs and shared the history and guiding philosophy of the Raging Grannies world wide. They shared the ways in which they have reversed cultural expectations by empowering themselves in a society which belittles their experience and perspectives. They are totally non-violent and believe in only peaceful protest "Grannies are always best equipped to make public, corrupt things that have been hidden (often for profit)".

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In the third hour, Monique, Joya and Tanager discussed the importance of working with the seventh generation; our children and youth in a world of violence in co creating a world of peace, love, and respect with all of our relatives. We looked at the material influence of our culture and creating of violence fostered in our schools, encouraged by television and the internet alongside the possibilities and necessity of creating a world of compassion, true heart and inter connection.
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02:59:02 1 July 22, 2010
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