HONOURING OH SHINNAH FASTWOLF

Oh Shinnah’s teachers were Native American elders, among the most famous in North America. To name a few that come to mind at this time: Keetowah, Rolling Thunder, and Mad Bear. From her father’s people, she inherited the traditions of the Tineh (Apache); from her mother’s people, those of the Mohawk and Scottish (through her maternal great-grandfather).  Among the Tineh, “Osha” means “Earth”, and “Shinnah” means “to produce the sound, the cry, the heartbeat, the song of the Earth”. Her mission was to speak for the Earth and in the name of the Earth, and to help people who are on their own path of transformation.

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BLUE EAGLE’S VERY FIRST RADIO SHOW Is now live !!

Here we go, I’ve accepted Linda Mackenzie’s invitation to present my very first radio show!

The show airs LIVE every 2nd Tuesday of each month, I will be on radio to give some teachings, present a book or discuss a specific theme, often accompanied by a renowned guest.

Tune in for the first show tomorrow Tuesday the 8th of march at 5 pm Est time  2 pm pacific time : www.healthylife.net

Just click on the ‘Listen Live All Devices’ or ‘Listen Live All Devices 2’ Button — then click the arrow and the show will automatically play.

In addition, within 24-36 hours after the original live broadcast, the show is available on demand or as a podcast download. It is on my archive page for 3 months located here:

http://www.healthylife.net/RadioShow/archiveBE.htm

The show airs live, as an encore, as reruns and also is available on-demand and by podcast download. You will find the days and times below.

LIVE Show 2nd Tuesday every month, 2 p.m. PT

Plus ENCORE 2nd Tuesday, 2am PT and RERUN Thu 11am PT, Sat 2am PT

Join me. Let me know your questions, the subjects that are important to you.  In a few shows, the meetings will be live and you will be able to interact. I am excited to begin this new experience with you.

Peace, Joy and Love

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LONG HAIR IN NATIVE AMERICAN TRADITION

Yes this is my hair 🙂

The way people wear their hair is an alignment of their thinking; the braids (unity of thought), the hair tied back (safety of thought) and the color (conviction of thought). The appearance of the hair is of great importance, as each style represents a different state of mind. Hair is widely regarded as an extension of one’s thoughts.

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TRADITIONAL HERBAL WISDOM AND MODERN APPLICATIONS

In the traditional native healing arts I was trained in, we were taught how to communicate, harvest and prepare medicinal plants. We then had to find the 7 plants which would be the base of our healing practice. This is a specific way the traditional Anidagohah Clan Cherokee healers use in their practice. By communing and communicating directly with the plants, these healers develop a personal relationship with 7 plants that will be used throughout their lives in caring and healing for their people.

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