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Posted in Healing, Moder Jord on 22 juni 2010 by icole8

World Peace and Prayer Day June 21

Posted in Indiansk visdom, Moder Jord on 20 juni 2010 by icole8

Chief Arvol Looking Horse / World Peace and Prayer Day June 21, around the world.
The Great Spirit
Sioux Indian chief calls all nations to action on June 21 By Juliane Poirier
The leader of the Lakota Dakota Nakota Oyate, the great Sioux nation, is a man with a vision. Chief Arvol Looking Horse sees a great danger threatening “Grandmother Earth” and a great hope for restoring her wholeness. So he is calling all nations to prayer of any kind on June 21 in an effort to return the planet to balance, the people to spirit. I asked him why this path is the right path to take.
“A man or a woman without spirit is very dangerous,” Looking Horse explained in a recent phone interview. According to this Sioux chief, the absence of spirit is causing suffering everywhere. “We are in a time of survival,” he said. “But we don’t want to believe it because we have forgotten our spirits. We have forgotten that Grandmother Earth has a spirit.”
Disconnected souls, according to Looking Horse, are “hurting others without even knowing they are hurting others.” Those being hurt include animals, trees and waterways.
The Sioux have an inclusive worldview, but it was not shared by the transplanted Europeans who undertook genocide on Indian land, culminating in the Wounded Knee massacre of 1890. That final brutality broke the “hoop”
binding Indians together; however, Sioux prophecy foretold that in a hundred years the people would be reunited.
Although surviving tribe members and their descendants were stripped of religious freedoms (returned to them only 32 year ago by the U.S.
government), the rituals were kept and the prophecy not forgotten. So the Sioux nations set out on horseback to “mend the broken hoop” of their nation in 1986 at a sacred site known to non-Indians (and Close Encounters of the Third Kind fans) as Devils Tower or the Great Horn Butte; their ritual went on for four years and concluded in 1990, 100 years after Wounded Knee.
During the course of that long ritual, Looking Horse was surprised by a vision that came to him of peace and unity that included not only the Indian nations but all the nations of the world, each gathering with ritual plants around sacred fires on every continent. The Sioux chief felt called to oversee a much broader mending. But who was going to listen even to the chief of a people largely ignored in the country where they lived?
“We had to leave our homeland to be a voice in the world,” said Looking Horse. “We are up against a lot of violence and anger and hatred. We need to go back to our sacred places and pray about this. In every generation, there are changes. But our way of life, our ceremonies, our prayers don’t change.
Our sacred sites don’t change.
“When the first non-Indian came to this land, our people said, ‘What shall we call this man?’ and they called him Wasicu,” he continued. “It means ‘takes fat,’ which we know today means the white brothers are taking fat off Mother Earth. Long ago, when the first nations lived on Turtle Island, through our prayers and ceremonies, we maintained harmony and peace, a way of life where there’s no ending, no beginning.
“It’s everyday life for us that we hold Grandmother Earth sacred, we hold the trees and the plants, everything has a spirit. We need people to be really respectful for each other. The Great Spirit put us here all together.
If we’re going to survive, we need to have spirit and compassion. On June 21 we’re asking people to go to their sacred places or sacred spaces to pray.”
Looking Horse seems surprised to be a global spokesperson for the environment. “It seems like it was just yesterday when a woman had no voice in this country, when our people were fighting for their rights,” he said.
“Just a hundred years ago, our people were in concentration camps called reservations. Our ceremonies were outlawed, and we were put in boarding schools. I never thought I would have the opportunity to go to the White House. Now today, people all over the world are listening to us.”
And here’s the message. “On June 21,” said Looking Horse, “shut off the electricity and let’s pray.”
To learn more about Chief Arvol Looking Horse, go to

Så klart är det så!

Posted in Må mycket bättre, Moder Jord, Musik on 13 juni 2010 by icole8

Insikten om det är så solklar…att rädslan är den största fienden…motsatsen till lyckan och kärleken, hälsan och välmåendet.

Rädslan är med sina kusiner Ilskan, Hatet, Depressionen och Egoismen
den slempropp som täpper till kanalerna så att sjukdomar utvecklas och livet på Moder Jord går mot en katastof…


Between darkness and light…

Posted in Moder Jord, Så vackert on 11 juni 2010 by icole8

The world awakens each day from its nightly slumber, transformed by a sparkling layer of morning dew on the grass, on flower petals and leaves, on cars and car windows. These glistening droplets last only a little while, an integral part of what imbues the early morning with its aura of magic.

If we sleep too late, we miss the magnificent display of sunlight playing upon an infinite amount of tiny crystal balls. To step onto the dew-covered grass is to anoint our feet with a form of water that comes only once a day for a short time, a rarefied gift of the night air that will soon evaporate in the full light of the sun.

If we inhale slowly and consciously enough, it is almost as if we are drinking in this magical elixir formed in the boundary between darkness and light.


Åh huvvaligen…inget för sådana som mig

Posted in Aldrig ge upp, Moder Jord on 08 juni 2010 by icole8

Chief Golden Light Eagle of the Galactic Federation of Light asks the four races of the world to pray collectively to contain oil spill and chemtrails.

Posted in Aldrig ge upp, En ny värld, Healing, Indiansk visdom, Kärlek, Mänsklighet, Moder Jord on 06 juni 2010 by icole8


Posted in Moder Jord, Så vackert on 15 maj 2010 by icole8

God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease,
avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save
them from fools.

John Muir