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How to Cultivate a Relationship with the EARTH *NOT A FORMAL MEETUP*

  • Feb 22, 2014 · 3:00 PM
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This event is A Lecture Series in Indigenous Wisdom.

This event is not a formal meetup and not hosted or organized by the meetup host. It is posted here to inform you about an upcoming metaphysics event in Pittsburgh.


 

Details on this particular event:

 

A Lecture Series in Indiginous Wisdom

with Marguerita Nogueras-Vidal


February 22, 2014 - 3-6 pm

Earthship, Living in the Earth's Womb

Examine our relationship with the Earth, the Elements, and the Universe


February 23, 2014 - 3-6 pm

Giving Back to Nature

Tools and practices to help us ground, reconnect and reciprocate to the Earth

 

Tickets are $15 /per day or $25 for the weekend with pre-registration. Register online at www.olasherbshop.com


This event is sponsored by Ola's Herb Shop, Well of Indigenous Wisdom School, and Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle.


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Marguerita Nogueras-Vidal is also known as Kukuya within the Taino community in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. She grew up in New York City and relocated back to her homeland in her early years. Kukuya received her Masters of Arts in Human Resources and Development from New School of Social Arts in New York. She is an elder and respected ceremonial leader, a traditional potter, a vocational artist, teacher, author of several traditional books and a director. Kukuya is a gifted artist having the ability to channel visions into creativity through music, song, paintings, ceramics and storytelling. She leads a powerful presence as a panelist restoring traditional art and promoting activism around traditional issues.



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