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Doing this practice as described above aids one in getting a much deeper understanding of bioregional animism. Being able to feel the land as part of ones self and to be able to feel that the land feels you as a part of its self is basically the root experience of Bioregional animism. I created this practice in the hope that more people would be able to actually feel and experience bioregional animism out side of it just being an idea for them.
Click to read the practice described above . . .
Monday, May 03, 2010
A long, long time ago, maybe two hundred thousand years ago, and in a few places still today, the native people who lived off their land schooled their children – but they did it invisibly. Our ancestors’ children didn’t go to school. School surrounded them. Nature was a living teacher. There were many relatives for every child and every relative was a mentor. Stories filled the air, games and laughter filled the days, and ceremonies of gratitude filled mundane lives.
This Guide passes on this method of invisible schooling, so that people will connect with nature without knowing it. They’ll soak up the language of plants and animals as naturally as any of us learned our native language. Do you remember learning to talk? Probably not. Spoken language happened around you all the time, and allowed you to experiment with words, make mistakes, and every single day grow vocabulary. Mentoring with the language of nature happens just the same. With stories, games, songs, place-names, animal names, and more, you invisibly and subtly stretch your students’ language edges.
The invisible school of nature proves to be more than just effective, it is also fun, healing, and empowering. Like the Coyote whose methods at first seem unorthodox or even foolish, in the end, it works better than anyone could dream.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Our true Nican Tlaca heritage is something we should learn about and be proud of. We as Indigenous Peoples to this continent have a great history.
Tlazocahmati to Olin Tezcatlipoca, Nelyollotl Toltecatl and all of Mexica Movement who all made this video possible. Mexica Movement is leading the way towards Liberation for Our People. Visit their website at www.mexica-movement.org . Some of the pictures in this video were taken from the Anahuac Mural, a project of the Mexica Movement.
Visit the Anahuac Mural site at www.anahuacmural.org .