If An Owl Calls Your Name (Coming Soon)

We know through sacred ceremony the reconciliation is already done.

Patricia June Vickers, her brother Roy Henry Vickers, along with other indigenous elders, healers and activists from Esk’etemc, Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en territories reflect upon their lives as forcefully assimilated Canadians. The effects of intergenerational trauma echo through the voices of residential school survivors and their children as they heal from substance abuse, violence, and a profound disconnect from their culture. Through connection to land, ancestral wisdom and ceremonial healing they transform darkness into forgiveness and inner reconciliation. A prayer beyond religion; these stories call one into a universal yearning for belonging and the sacredness of life.

#90 Dancing in the Fire

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A panel from Where Olive Trees Weep exploring Muslim Spirituality Illuminating the Path to Freedom

Shrapnel Looking For Laughter

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Retribution is the language of the dead-and the silence, as it receives the language of the dead, becomes a dead ground

I and I: Rastafarian Nonduality and Resistance

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#89 Arab Jewish Mysticism

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Deep connections in Arab Judaism, mysticismm science and activism

Magic Died When Art and Science Split

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Renée Bergland’s 3 greatest revelations while writing Natural Magic: Emily Dickinson, Charles Darwin, and the Dawn of Modern Science

One Human Family: Interfaith Solidarity with Palestine

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In this powerful interfaith gathering, renowned spiritual leaders from Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Buddhist traditions come together to express their solidarity with the Palestinian people's struggle for freedom, equality, and human dignity.

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