The basking shark is the second-largest living shark and fish, after the whale shark, and one of three plankton-eating shark species, along with the whale shark and megamouth shark. Adults typically reach 7.9 m in length. Wikipedia
Join Sunil Anand, RCSHom and Roland Guenther, RCSHom for a free introductory webinar in preparation for their upcoming in-person event, The Wisdom of Mammals.
Roland and Sunil invite you to please join them for this very special experience.
Broken glass or broken heart – it hurts to experience that. However, when we lovingly take care of the mess, we might create more beauty than there was before!
Roland shows us the constant calling and answering going on in nature and how that contributes to relating to each other and also to our creativity.
What do I let go and what do I keep? This is an old question that Roland is looking at in a new light.
Christmas is not always a happy time for everyone. Here is an idea on how to deal with conflict around Christmas.
In this exciting Fall 2022 webinar let us take you on an insightful and spiritual journey that ranges from the era of ancient Greek histories of Eleusis, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle to the modern scientific exploration by Aldous Huxley and his contemporaries.
The bison is the iconic animal of the prairies. While searching for a little bit of buffalo milk in order to make a homeopathic remedy, ranchers shared many amazing stories about the buffalo with me. These stories continue to touch and inspire me whenever I think of them and it is my great desire to share them with you. They convey an impression about some of the essential qualities of the bison which can make us understand why Naive people respect and revere this animal so much. To this day elders teach the children about how to live and how to be in the world in a good way through telling stories of the buffalo. Follow me to the Blood Indian Reserve in Alberta where the bison is currently being re-introduced.
It seems to be normal not to have time. Is it so that time is scarce or is this a culturally deformed perception? Let us have a look at time through indigenous eyes and then meet a storyteller’s time and see what they have in common. It might give you an access to an abundance of time which is actually present simultaneously with the scarcity.