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"The Sacredness of Twoness" | Lyla June Johnston
From the session: ONE, NOT TWO: SACRED WHOLENESS | 2018 Festival of Faiths Lyla June Johnston is an artist, human ecologist, public speaker, and community organizer of Diné (Navajo), Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne), and European lineages. Her multi-genre performance style has invigorated and inspired audiences across the globe towards healing. Her messages focus on Indigenous rights, supporting youth, inter-cultural healing, historical trauma, and traditional land stewardship practices. ----------------------------- "From ancient times our faith traditions teach us that everything is inextricably united as a sacred whole. This eternal and perennial wisdom is hard to grasp by the human mind, which tends to see the world dualistically: right/wrong, male/female, sacred/profane. The contemplative, non-dual mind, however, can restore our understanding of the interdependence of all things. It holds paradox, and it is unitive. This session will explore how unifying, and balancing the complementary feminine and masculine aspects of Divine Wisdom is essential to our approaching wholeness, and the non-dual mind." ----------------------------- THE 23RD ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF FAITHS, 'Sacred Insight - Feminine Wisdom' is a five-day nationally acclaimed multi-faith celebration of music, poetry, art, film, and dialogue with spiritual leaders, practitioners, and teachers. 24 - 28 April, 2018 | Louisville, KY More Information: https://festivaloffaiths.org The 2018 Festival explores practices, teachings, and insight rooted in Feminine wisdom. Speakers and artists from diverse backgrounds and faith traditions examine the Feminine aspects of God, non-dual thinking, the wisdom of the natural world, suffering, healing, emotional intelligence, and creativity. The Festival seeks to offer deeper insight into the Sacred Feminine in all of us. Join the Conversation. Join the Movement. #FOF2018 "One of America's Top 8 Spiritual Travel Destinations." - Huffington Post
Lyla June - Nihimá Nahasdzáán: Healing Women and Nature Through a Diné (Navajo) Lens | Bioneers
This talk was delivered at the 2018 National Bioneers Conference. Introduction by Nina Simons, Bioneers Co-Founder and Relationship Strategist. Lyla June -- poet, musician, anthropologist, educator, public speaker and community organizer of Diné, Cheyenne and European lineages -- has inspired audiences around the world with a message of personal, collective and ecological healing. Drawing from her studies in Human Ecology and the traditional ancestral Diné worldview with which she grew up, she’ll explore the links between environmental destruction and "rape culture" and how we can heal and transform ourselves and our society. Lyla will delve into how the healing of women can unleash the healing of men and how we have to heal humanity to heal the Earth. She’ll share paradigm-shifting techniques from the heart of the hogan that help mend the broken heart of the Western world. https://dreamwarriors.co/artists/lyla-june/ *** Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social and scientific innovators with practical and visionary solutions for the world's most pressing environmental and social challenges. To find more talks like this one, along with engaging articles, interviews, podcasts and ways to take action, visit www.bioneers.org. Subscribe to the Bioneers Radio Series, available on iTunes and other podcast providers and on your local radio station. Support Bioneers today: www.bioneers.org/donate Please join our mailing list (http://www.bioneers.org/subscribe) Stay in touch via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Bioneers.org) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/bioneers) Follow us on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/bioneers/)
2017 Geography of Hope: Lyla June Johnston on Forgiveness
Lyla June Johnston speaks at the 2017 Geography of Hope Conference. This year's theme was “Ancestors & The Land: Our Past, Present & Future" held in Pt. Reyes, California. The conference is a partnership of Black Mountain Circle, the Center for Humans and Nature, Point Reyes Books, and the U.S. Forest Service.
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