Melting Ice Caps: Where does one turn for real solutions to today’s troubled world?

Answers can be found within the ancient roots of our collective being, held carefully and strongly by our indigenous brothers and sisters. Angaangaq is an Eskimo-Kalaallit Elder who has come forth to bring wisdom to face these challenging times.
 
 
Angaangaq and his wind drum
Angaangaq and his wind drum
 
Jan. 18, 2009 - PRLog -- Angaangaq, was sent as a runner for the Elders of the Eskimo-Kalaallit nation in 1972 to tell the world that the big ice was melting. As an international speaker, elder and shaman,.he brings the compassion of the Dalai Lama and wisdom to the world. While many of us struggle with anxiety and fear over our planetary and economic decline, including global warming and the melting of the  ice caps, Angaangaq comes forth to teach us how to create new paradigms that shift our perceptions and our global practices to save our endangered planet.

Angaangaq reminds us,“ The greatest distance in the existence of man is not from here to there, nor there to here. Nay, the greatest distance in the existence of man is from his mind to his heart.  Unless he conquers this distance, he can never learn to soar like an eagle and realize the immensity within.”

Hosted by Tierra Sagrada, The Sacred Earth Foundation, this powerful teacher comes forth to offer truly viable solutions to gain the courage needed to face the planetary changes that are manifesting. With deep compassion, he teaches us, “ It is too late to stop the melting of the ice. When we find the balance in mind, body and spirit, we will learn to use our knowledge wisely.”

Angaangaq is an international speaker and a highly esteemed Elder of the World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality, acting as liaison to indigenous tribes. He is also on the special advisory Council to the Jane Goodall Institute and together they spoke to the United Nations’ Millennium Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders in 2000. He is also the first person to do ceremony to become a Shaman in his Eskimo-Kalaallit nation of West Greenland since the 19th century.

Join us for this rare opportunity Melting the Ice in the Heart of Man, March 13-15, for 3 days of transformational and healing work with Angaangaq. Discover your own abilities for shifting the challenges of war, famine and inequity toward a world filled with peace, balance and joy. He reminds us of our own ancient roots of wisdom.  and our own immensity within. He reveals his vision for the future. It is too late to stop the melting of the ice caps, but it is never too late to wake up and know we are one.

For more information on Angaangaq see www.sacredearthfound.org and  www.icewisdom.com
Contact:: Patricia Turner, President
Tierra Sagrada, The Sacred Earth Foundation
(805)-845-8777
pati@sacredearthfound.org

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We are a 501 c 3 nonprofit dedicated to the conservation of indigenous cultures, preservation of their territories and to public education regarding the rich wisdome they have to offer. We sponsor events with indigenous elders in Santa Barbara CA
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