Tag Archives: feminine

Ilarion (Larry) Merculieff: Indigenous Elder Wisdom for Modern Times

Ilarion (Larry) Merculieff was born and raised with a traditional upbringing on the Pribilof Islands of the Bering Sea. His traditional name, Kuuyux, was given to him when he was four and means extension of ancient knowledge into modern times. … Continue reading

Posted in Arts & Culture, Community Building & Peace, Food, Water, & Energy, Health, Healing, & Psychology, Indigenous Peoples, Justice, Law, & Government, Nature & the Environment, Oneness & Worldview, Short Feature Articles, Spirituality, Religion, & Philosophy, Women & the Feminine Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Anne Baring: A Website for the Recognition of the Soul

Anne Baring’s website is devoted to the affirmation of a new vision of reality and to the exploration of the deeper issues facing us at this crucial time of choice. It is well worth exploring her many essays, interviews and … Continue reading

Posted in Arts & Culture, Books, Health, Healing, & Psychology, Nature & the Environment, Oneness & Worldview, Short Feature Articles, Women & the Feminine Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Hunger for the Holy

by Sr. Gail Worcelo, C.P., Green Mountain Monastery, VT

The bell rings at 5am, an early morning call to prayer. It is the beginning of our monastic day here in Vermont. It is time for Morning Vigil. At this hour, all is in darkness except for the one candle lighting our prayer space. I take my place on the cushion and join the others gathered for our hour of contemplative prayer. This time of Vigils is the night watch hour, a time to touch the mysterious Presence of God at the heart of the Universe. We discover, as the Gospel of John tells us, that “The Light shines in the darkness.” Continue reading

Posted in Main Articles by our Grant Partners, Nature & the Environment, Oneness & Worldview, Spirituality, Religion, & Philosophy Tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Book: Walk Out Walk On

In Walk Out Walk On, authors Meg Wheatley and Deborah Frieze invite you on a learning journey to seven communities around the world to meet people who have walked out of limiting beliefs and assumptions and walked on to create … Continue reading

Posted in Arts & Culture, Community Building & Peace, Economics & Business, Education & Learning, Health, Healing, & Psychology, Indigenous Peoples, Justice, Law, & Government, Nature & the Environment, Oneness & Worldview, Short Feature Articles Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Recovering the Ancient Role of Women in Akwesasne

“Women are the traditional leaders in Iroquois culture. Their models of government and leadership were seeds for the U.S. Constitution and the women’s suffrage movement. Recently a hundred Iroquois women convened at a heritage center in Akwesasne to try to … Continue reading

Posted in Arts & Culture, Economics & Business, Health, Healing, & Psychology, Indigenous Peoples, Nature & the Environment, Oneness & Worldview, Short Feature Articles, Women & the Feminine Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Book: Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart

edited by Nina Simons with Anneke Campbell. Through a tapestry of over 30 voices and stories, Moonrise illuminates how women and many men are redefining the leadership landscape across a diversity of perspectives, generations and ethnicities. more>>

Posted in Books, Community Building & Peace, Economics & Business, Health, Healing, & Psychology, Justice, Law, & Government, Nature & the Environment, Short Feature Articles, Women & the Feminine Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Brave Heart Society – Girls Coming-of-Age Ceremony

Please enjoy this NPR story on a girls’ coming of age ceremony by the South Dakota organization Brave Heart Society! The story can be found here. A wonderful set of short videos can be found here.

Posted in Arts & Culture, Indigenous Peoples, Short Feature Articles, Spirituality, Religion, & Philosophy, Women & the Feminine Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Film: Courageous Liberian Women

This new film, Pray the Devil Back to Hell, chronicles the remarkable story of the courageous Liberian women who came together to end a bloody civil war and bring peace to their shattered country. more>>

Posted in Community Building & Peace, Films, Indigenous Peoples, Justice, Law, & Government, Short Feature Articles, Spirituality, Religion, & Philosophy, Women & the Feminine Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off