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Episode 42: Totem Animals

The meanings and teachings in Animals are a key part of many cultures all around the world.

Totem Animals can come to us in many ways: While walking in the park, while meditating, in visioning Ceremony and in dreams. The ways they can appear are endless.

Spirit speaks to us in everything and a common language for that speech is in Totems.
Today Ian shares his insights and the insights from some friends at Facebooks Shamanic Community.

This episode features music from Josh Kane and drumming with Ian Peric and the “Unconditional Love” drum.
Visit Josh on tour: www.UhHuhHer.com/tour

Ted Andrews and his book can be found at: www.facebook.com/pages/Animal-Speak-by-Ted-Andrews/309098765772869

To check out Melbourne’s Oracle Wisdom go to: www.facebook.com/pages/ORACLE-WISDOM/312514785560

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Episode 40: Surrender

Surrender, that’s surrendering to now as it is and as it constantly continues to change.
As now twists, shifts, splits, adapts and flows. Constantly moving and remaining now.
In this state of surrender we’re centered and clear, able to act with an open heart… or not.
Surrender is allowing ourselves to be at peace… now.

This episode features music and insights from Josh Kane and the Luminaries.
Drop in and visit Josh on tour: www.UhHuhHer.com/tour

Thank you to the Luminaries for allowing us to share your music!
Listen to more at:
LuminariesMusic.com and
One on Itunes

For some Madhuma 5Rhythms awesome in Melbourne come to:
Madhuma Thompson 5Rhythms

To meet some brilliant dance shamans in Melbourne connect with Lydia and Rich:
www.DancingSeeds.com and
Dancing Freedom Australia

To get more details on 13 Weeks to Awakening and the “Listening Week” practice, keep an eye on the website: www.13WeeksToAwakening.com

For more TSATR content: iTunes, twitter, facebook and youtube!!!

Meditation Practices
I couldn’t find an online version of the meditation I mentioned so guess what… Surrender. This is another one using a similar mantra: Meditation for keeping up with the times

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Episode 39: Silence

Practicing silence can range from a silent retreat to no TV while eating.
How does your silence look?

It’s normal to be triggered by silence. It gives us the clarity to see our most subtle comforts and discomforts.
Silence is a sensitive and often vulnerable place. Be gentle on yourself and do what’s right for you right now… That may be different tomorrow.

This episode features music and insights from Josh Kane.
Drop in and visit Josh on tour: www.UhHuhHer.com/tour

To get more details on 13 Weeks to Awakening and “Silence Week” go to: www.13WeeksToAwakening.com

For more TSATR content: iTunes, twitter, facebook and youtube!!!

Meditation Practices
There are infinite tools for practicing silence, these are a few you might like:

  • Time alone in nature (let people know where you’ll be if it’s remote).
  • Blocking time for a silence practice or a silence retreat.
  • Use a pad and paper to communicate or write ideas down. Writing something down can let your mind release rather than try to remember or further explore it.
  • If a thought comes up when I’m practicing complete mental silence, I often come back to feeling the vibration of life in my hands or my heart. Any other present moment anchor like the breath, sound or touch works too.
  • Mentally or verbally reciting a simple mantra like “Sat Nam” or “So Hum” can help to silence the mind.
  • A super SUPER powerful meditation practice for profound silence. It’s worth checking out your local Kundalini Yoga class: So Darshan Chakra Kriya
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