By Dena Merriam Sita is a beloved figure for Hindus around the world, as well as for non-Hindus throughout Southeast Asia. But the message of her life extends beyond these audiences and bears universal import, particularly relevant for the modern age when a new understanding of feminine wisdom and leadership is needed, and when we are facing an unprecedented ecological crisis. Mata Sita and Sri Ram were instrumental in setting the foundation for a new civilization during a time of transition from […]
By Shahnawaz Shah The ambiance of the room grew cozier — harmonious as we listened to the soft vocals and compositions […]
Whales were very much on my mind. I had just returned from a dialogue in Japan that included a discussion on the […]
by Elizabeth Asch Elizabeth Asch is an artist and animal communicator who has been working with Earth’s ancient species—the whales, elephants, and […]
Dr. Doudou Diene is an intellectual, and a man of deep spiritual wisdom and full of life’s experiences. He was the former UN Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance from 2002—2008 allowing him to travel to many parts of the world to witness first hand injustice, suffering and at the same time the power and beauty of those who promote healing and unity. Here he delivers a short and powerful message when asked what would […]
Message from the Kogi by Emma Szymanski This past March, the Global Peace Initiative of Women organized a five-day retreat in Costa […]
Mother Earth is calling on you, as her tears are drying up in the hope of the new ecological transformation. The introduction of new values will require the help of the sacred chiefs to oversee and guide the world into conscious science, politics, social and economic policies that humanity and nature need for ecological sustainability.
Protect the children, new born pups, the young shoots – every form of budding life! Beloved Great Grandmother, the Ancestral, please help the children, new born pups, the young shoots — every form of budding life! Beloved Great Grandmother, the Ancestral from whose womb we all are born, whose fragrant silver hair falls long and thick. When I reach to touch it I feel Your timeless hands caressing me as well, here, where I am, always between Your big warm arms … […]
We need to return to simpler and more spiritual ways of life, to true values, to the conscious respect towards what surrounds us and of which we are only temporary tenants.
A prayer by composed by Rev. Doju Dinajara Freire to honor the lineage of the Ancestral Feminine.