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Archive | June, 2017

Venerable Dhyani Ywahoo 27th generation Cherokee medicine person, honored Tibetan Holy Woman

From the Trail of Tears to the legalized oppression of their spiritual practices, the Eastern Cherokee people have a history filled with violence and pain. This, however, is a story of resilience, truth-telling, sanctuary, and service. Nestled in a valley within the Green Mountains of Vermont is a place called Odali Utugiā€”The Sunray Peace Village. […]

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Suzanne’s Cross Cultural Summer Thoughts

Black Nubian Woman SOLSTICE AWAKENS MYSTERIOUS URGE TO DIVE IN THE DARK EMBRACES ALL “Lick my sores” demanded the old woman of the river when the wounded Black Nubian woman sought solace after being betrayed by the sisters of her community. Angie Arriene would say that when the pain of betrayal pusses and festers, a […]

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