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Pacha’s Pajamas – Join us Nov. 9th for our IndieGoGo Launch/Mural Unveiling Party in San Francisco

Join us Nov. 9th for our IndieGoGo Launch/Mural Unveiling Party in San Francisco

6-9p, November 9th 
Facebook Event | Eventbrite RSVP

Pacha’s Big Day will be at Artillery AG, a gallery featuring local artists in San Francisco. We will be unveiling a mind-blowing augmented reality mural featuring Pacha and her friends. It promises to be one of our best augmented reality experiences yet. We will also debut several videos. Food and refreshments. 

Artillery AG 
2751 Mission Street, San Francisco

Pacha’s Pajamas is coming to Indiegogo soon and you’ll be able to get the book, app, and CD set for lower prices. However, since you’re a member of the Pacha community, we’re going to let you have access to the campaign, including the Early Bird Special on November 8…. one day earlier than the general public! That means you can get the best deals on Pacha’s Pajamas before supplies run out. 

Don’t forget, there’s still time to win the FREE PACHA DREAM PACK (valued at $750), which includes:

  • An iPad or Tablet loaded with the Pacha Alive App
  • A signed Pacha’s Pajamas Book (by Pacha) 
  • Pacha’s Pajamas 2 CD Set
  • An MP3 of the music
  • A “Lil’ Gorilla” Mask
  • Tree kits in all 6 styles
  • Organic cotton pajamas
  • A Dream Crystal
  • A stuffed animal jaguar
  • A Dream Pillow

Click here to earn points and get closer to winning! 

November 14th is Pacha Day in Berkeley

Get Pacha’s book or album just for showing up! 

Join us in Berkeley as the City Council proclaims November 14th to be Pacha Day! 

We invite any one who has been moved by Pacha to come and if you feel up to it, offer public comments. The first 100 people to RSVP and show up for the meeting get a copy of the book or the album. (Supplies are limited; first come, first serve.) Anyone who shares their Pacha story in public comments will receive a special edition Pacha’s Pollinators basketball jersey with their name and favorite number. 

Facebook RSVP 

A year ago today…


A year ago today, Morton County Sheriff’s Department and other militarized police raided the newly formed Treaty Camp at Standing Rock. As the memories of the violence remain, so too does the knowledge of why people stood together just last year – for the water and for the earth.

Our movement continues and we encourage you to get involved!

While the camps at Standing Rock have physically closed, the work that was begun there has continued throughout the United States and overseas. On Monday, Seattle activists, many of whom had been at the Standing Rock encampment, shut down 106 bank branches as part of the #DivestTheGlobe campaign. As our friends at MazaskaTalks.Org ( https://mazaskatalks.org/…) explain, #DivestTheGlobe was a 3-day action organized to divest individuals and communities, disrupt business as usual, and draw attention to local projects around the world through nonviolent direct action. The campaign was held from October 23rd-25th but you can still participate by divesting [https://bankongood.com/mazaska/…] your personal finances, signing the EquatorBanksAct petition [https://www.equatorbanksact.org/…] , and more.

We are going ON TOUR in solidarity with our movement!

To help you connect with others in your area, our film AWAKE: A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK will be touring the US and internationally to aid awareness, action and healing. Join us at one of our upcoming events and learn how you can make an impact in your community.

Our tour will feature live appearances and workshops by filmmakers Floris White Bull, Doug Good Feather, Myron Dewey and Josh Fox at certain locations.

Follow us on Facebook for more updates! [ https://www.facebook.com/AWAKEaDreamFromStandingRock/…]

Upcoming Events

November 8, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
University of Kansas, Edwards Campus
Regnier Hall Auditorium
12610 Quivira Rd.
Overland Park, KS 66213
Hosted by KU Film and Media Studies, 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.
Facebook Event Page [https://www.facebook.com/events/1938776979779961/]

November 9, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
Liberty Hall
644 Massachusetts St
Lawrence, KS 66044
Hosted by the Mennonite Central Committee, KU Film and Media Studies, 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.

November 10, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
Haskell Indian Nations University Auditorium
155 Indian Ave
Lawrence, KS 66044
Hosted by the Mennonite Central Committee, KU Film and Media Studies, 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.

November 11, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
Tivoli Cinemas
4050 Pennsylvania Ave
Kansas City, MO 64111
Hosted by 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.
Facebook Event Page [https://www.facebook.com/events/1014404112034688/]

November 13, 2017 – 6pm
Screening with Josh Fox, Doug Good Feather, Floris White Bull and Stephanie Cassidy
Colorado State University
Lory Student Center Theater
Co-Hosted by Colorado State University’s Native American Cultural Center and RamEvents.
Native American Heritage Month Poster [https://nacc.colostate.edu/…/20/2017/10/NAHM2017_102417.pdf…]

If you’re interested in hosting a local screening, please contact us at awakethefilm2017@gmail.com.

In Love and Solidarity,

Stephanie Cassidy

Help us make November 26th a meaningful day all around the globe !

To support the work of these elders, but also take advantage of thanksgiving week-end to thank planet Earth and wisdom traditions all over the world, we are asking the whole world to join in a global meditation on November 26 2017.

To explain our initiative and help people spread the message we have shot a video and set up a map on which everybody can pin and describe what they will do that day, share it with the world and invite people to join them.

Please follow this link to read all about this initiative and mark your event on the map :
http://lecielfoundation.com/world-meditation-map/

Please copy and paste this link to send by mail or use the page’s share buttons for facebook and twitter.

We would be so grateful if you would help us spread the word throughout your various networks so that numerous people can engage in a personal or collective way to make this event global and meaningful !

 

Message from Jyoti and Darlene – October 18, 2017!!

Dear Relatives and Community,

We wanted to take a moment to thank you for all the calls, emails, texts and prayers many have sent during this critical time. As you have heard, a fire storm hit near us and it is still raging. 4500 homes and businesses gone. Over 180,000 acres of land burnt and still it rages. 40 lives lost and up to 200 still missing. We lost internet and phone and are now online in our area. Our community center and community members  and their homes are all safe! Some have had to be evacuated, but are safe. We stood ready to leave should the winds shift the direction, and the fires come closer. And now, the winds are slowing and those on the ground putting out the fire say they are beginning to contain it. And for this, we give thanks! That rain is on the forecast, we give thanks! Your prayers are very powerful!! And when we join those prayers, healing happens and miracles make themselves visible. And for this, we give thanks.

Please join your prayers and light your candles, so that we can focus Creator’s Grace on the first responders in the north bay area who are in full service helping in so many ways:  fighting fires, feeding and housing those who lost their homes and businesses, getting electricity and water to whole communities, attending the elderly and ill and so much more. Our communities are in shock and still the fire is not contained. So we need your focused prayers. And as the fires are contained, then our communities will be starting the work of rebuilding. And as we have seen in other communities that have survived a catastrophe, we pray for our consciousness to awaken and bring us solutions that will help us rebuild in ways that are more sustainable, eco friendly, and give thought to the next generations to come.

As Mahatma Gandhi said:
Carefully watch your thoughts, for they become your words. Manage and watch your words, for they will become your actions. Consider and judge your actions, for they have become your habits. Acknowledge and watch your habits, for they shall become your values. Understand and embrace your values, for they become your destiny.

What we have seen through this moment of crisis, is the humanity and heart that lives in us all. And that humanity knew no false boundary of age, race, culture or economic class. We have been responding as a family saving lives, opening homes, volunteering and helping to hold those who have lost so much.
As one elder said, “ It is only material things lost. We have our lives. We can rebuild.”

And as Mother Teresa said:

None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.

Let us walk on this good road together carried by our prayers and driven by our vision. As we light our candles, let us ignite the fires within. And let us feed those fires within through global and personal prayer. For the world can be what we dream it! That is when this moment of tragedy is transformed into possibility!! This is how we have begun to birth a new world.

With great humility and love,
Jyoti and Darlene
Community of Kayumari
Center for Sacred Studies

EQUINOX SACRED COUNCILS with ARHUACO ELDER CALIXTO SUAREZ

EQUINOX SACRED COUNCILS with ARHUACO ELDER CALIXTO SUAREZ

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“In order to establish peace and equilibrium on the Earth,

we must all recover, nourish and heal our holy places and ancestral lands”

Please join us as we open the Equinox season by welcoming Arhuaco elder Calixto Suarez to the Bay Area from the Sierra Nevada mountains of Colombia!

This special series is an extraordinary opportunity to hold council with Calixto as he shares teachings and live transmissions about how to spiritually nourish and restore balance to our sacred lands, the Earth, and ourselves. These healing and transformative gatherings will draw upon the Autumnal Equinox energy as we collectively plant seeds of restoration and remembrance, balance and peace.

Details below. We invite you participate in as many of the councils as you can!

Calixto will also be offering a very limited number of Private Healing Sessions during his time here. If you are interested in scheduling one for yourself, emaileva@landofthelovely.com for more information.

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Saturday September 23 & Sunday September 24, 1-6pm:

EQUINOX COUNCIL GATHERINGS: PLANTING SEEDS OF RESTORATION AND HEALING

Tara Firma Farms

3796 I St, Petaluma, CA 94952

SCHEDULE

1-1:30 Opening Ceremony w/ Ernesto Olmos

Ernesto shares sacred music for the soul from the Shuar and Ñushabi, Ecuadorian Amazon and Oaxaca.

1:30-3 Teachings, Transmissions, Q&A

3-3:30 Tea & Snack Break

3:30-5 Arhuaco Restoration Ceremony & Closing Prayers

Restoring Balance through Feeding the Spirits of the Land

5-6 Potluck Dinner

REGISTRATION

Sliding Scale: $25-$100 Per Day

Minimum donation for both days: $45

You may attend either gathering, or dive deep and join us for both. This is an intuitive, organic experience. Calixto will be working with the collective energy of the participants and the land to build Sunday’s teachings upon the foundation we lay together on Saturday.

Seats are limited, reserve your spot now!

Paypal your registration directly to asher@medicinetheater.com

IMPORTANT: Please select the friends and family option, and write a note with your full name.

And as there are multiple events, please note which day(s) you’ll be attending. Thank you!

To stay connected on our Facebook Event page, click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1971122173156636/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%2222%22%2C%22feed_story_type%22%3A%2222%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D&pnref=story

GATHERING NOTES

* Tara Firma offers a farm tour from 12-12:30, so you are welcome to come at noon and join in!

* Teachings will be offered outside (hay bale seats) so please bring what you need to feel comfortable

* Stay tuned for what-to-bring Potluck information

* You are invited to share this event and the fundraising campaign below with your communities

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Tuesday September 26, 6-9pm:

TRANSMISSIONS FROM AN ARHUACO ELDER: RESTORING BALANCE THROUGH FEEDING THE SACRED

First Congregational Church of Oakland (United Church of Christ)

2501 Harrison St, Oakland, California 94612

SCHEDULE

6-7:30 Transmissions, Teachings, Q&A

7:30-7:45 Tea break

7:45-9 Arhuaco Restoration Ceremony & Closing Prayers

REGISTRATION

Sliding Scale: $15-$75

Seats are limited, reserve your spot now!

Paypal your registration directly to asher@medicinetheater.com

IMPORTANT: Please select the friends and family option, and write a note with your full name.

And as there are multiple events, please note which day(s) you’ll be attending. Thank you!

To stay connected on our Facebook Event page, click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1896224707298467/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%2222%22%2C%22feed_story_type%22%3A%2222%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D&pnref=story

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Bringing Calixto here is a true community effort…please support his journey by making an offering on the following link.

Your donations will go towards his travel costs, housing and food. Thank you!

Click here to make your donation: https://www.youcaring.com/internationalcenterforspiritualandancestralwisdom-830546

Calixto is here representing his Arhuaco people, along with their sister tribes the Kogui, Wiwa and Kankuamo, on a vital mission to recover the holy lands of their ancestral territory in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Santa Marta, which are so important for mankind. Western occupation of the territory has forced the Arhuaco to relocate to the higher lands of the Sierras. This displacement has brought imbalance and disharmonies to their communities, the earth, and the planets. As the human family becomes increasingly disconnected from our ancestral lands, this state of planetary discord is worsening. It is because of this that Calixto is on a mission to help us reconnect to and spiritually nourish our ancestral lands and holy places. The people of the Sierra Nevada believe the health and future of our Mother Earth depends upon us ALL reclaiming our connection to our ancestral lands.

Click here to learn more about the mission of Calixto and the Arhuaco people: http://www.calixtosuarez.com/language/en/home-en/

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