Wisdom from the Origins: The Mayan Calendar and Other Prophecies on the Future of Humanity was held on September 13-17, 2012, in Albuquerque, New Mexico and was hosted by the SEED Graduate Institute
This special collection highlights the work of presenters at the conference and is intended to introduce you to their thinking, teachings, and practice.
Curated by mokiethecat
SEEDing Change by Leroy Little Bear
Leroy Little Bear (bio) is a member of the Small Robes Band of the Blood Indian Tribe, Blackfoot Confederacy, and was born and raised on the Blood Indian Reserve. He is the former director of the American Indian Program, Harvard University, and the current chair of Native Studies, University of Lethbridge.
Video presented by the Foundation for Global Humanity in collaboration with the Seed Graduate Institute.
EarthSayer Leroy Little Bear
Know Yourself by Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim
2012 - Living in an Extraordinary Time by Gregg Braden
Mayan Prophecies and the Importance of Renewal by Kenneth Johnson
On Brokenness by Grandmother Margaret Behan
Cultivating Peace by James O'Dea at Summer of Peace 2012
SEEDing Change by Pat McCabe
Seeding the Change by Jerry Honawa (Hopi)
Uqualla Speaks of Spirit from Sedona
The Gift of Change by Marianne Williamson
The Importance of Energy with Prophesy by Ac Tah
In Memory of Grandfather Maestro Tiakaelel
Mystical power of intimate relationships by Marianne Williamson
Every Raindrop Has Its Own Song with Vernon Masayesva (Hopi)
Aging and Co-creation by Barbara Marx Hubbard
Cirilo PeDon Alejandro rez Oxlaj 27 de Marzo 2012
Mamo's Gift: The Law of Origin by Sequoyah Trueblood Pt. 1 of 3
Youth Leadership Development by Sabine Amend and Doug Cohen
2012 Mayan Calender by Mayan Elder Tata Pedro Cruz
Co-creating a Planetary Shift by Barbara Marx Hubbard
Of Bodies of Elements by Dancing Earth Creations
Native Science and Western Science by LeRoy Little Bear
The Drum as Part of Healing by Steven Toya, Sr.
Wisdom from the Origins Conference Preview by SEED Institute
Shamanic Healing For Our Times by Michele 'Ama Wehali' Rozbitsky