Molina supports Native Americans in health care
Molina Healthcare of New Mexico has donated $10,000 to the University of New Mexico Foundation to support Native American students in the School of Medicine program. The donation is the first in a multi-year commitment Molina is making to support Native American medical education.Shamanism exhibit at Quintana Galleries
This is the carving Catcher of Souls, by John Hudson. Hudson has three carved pieces hanging in Quintana Galleries for the "shamanism: between the human and the spirit world" exhibit.Ceremony flags bid to close gap
For those of you who don't know, NAIDOC Week is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and an opportunity to recognise the contributions of indigenous Australians.
To kick off celebrations in Toowoomba, a Flag Raising Ceremony was held on Sunday at Village Green.
The Zulu shaman, or sanusi, Credo Mutwa, has written a poem to express his thoughts on what he sees as the true nature of Barack Obama and the agenda for Africa and the world that he represents.
"An actor walks upon the floodlit stage of life
wearing a mask of an angel beneath a demon's gown.
Pretence smiles upon the crowded hall of life
holding out hope as bright as it is false.
Son of a woman in whose veins flows the blood
of ancient Ireland and dark Africa's plains.
You are Obama, nick-named the standing king
Auntie Nahi Guzman has touched many hearts from around the world with her spirit of Aloha, sharing her wisdom and knowledge of unconditional love. She has been recently diagnosed with terminal cancer.
As a Kapuna, Reverend, Kumu, Shaman and Medicine woman she has both taught and healed many in the ancient practices of Hawaiian and North American Indian traditions, including lomi lomi, Ho’oponono, shamanism and the ancient Hawaiian Huna traditions. Raised on Maui, Nahi started doing healing work at the age of 4 learning from her grandmother, Ambrosia, her first teacher. She has been a pillar of the Hawaiian community for the past 30 years.