The Sacred Teachings Podcast
Heart Learning

Heart Learning

April 20, 2020

In "Heart Learning", Dr. Martin Brokenleg explains that against all odds, Indigenous peoples have survived catastrophic events throughout many generations.  "We are wounded, we are limping, but we are here".  What is the secret to finding the strength and courage to survive and carry on?  Listen to "Heart Learning".

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Happy Listening!

Four Gifts

Four Gifts

April 13, 2020

Welcome back to Sacred Teachings! In this season, Path To The Stronghold, we learn about the hidden wealth in this Land.  This wealth lies in the wisdom of the Indigenous Elders all across Turtle Island.  The teachings, languages, traditions and stories of the Ancestors are shared in this series.  Highly respected Indigenous speakers are featured and we dive into the sacredness of Creation and finding meaning in a global crisis.

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You can also email us at bdavies@national.anglican.ca with your questions!

Thank you!

The Bear Clan

The Bear Clan

March 23, 2020

In the final episode of the first season of Sacred Teachings: Wisdom of the Land, Ginny Doctor recalls her story of green eyes, bears and clans. 

We will be back with Season 2 of Sacred Teachings (Release date TBC) so be sure to check us out on Instagram @canadiananglican for regular updates and posts. 

You can also email us at bdavies@national.anglican.ca with your questions!

Thank you for tuning into the first season of Sacred Teachings! We're looking forward to seeing you next time. 

Peace. 

The Story of the Chipmunk

The Story of the Chipmunk

March 16, 2020

In the penultimate episode of the season, Archbishop Mark MacDonald tells us the story of the chipmunk and how it saved humanity.

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The Earth, Our Mother

The Earth, Our Mother

March 9, 2020

In the sixth official Sacred Teachings: Wisdom of the Land Podcast, Dr. Martha Many Grey Horses (A strong lifelong environmentalist and Coordinator for the Anglican Healing Fund) talks about the Earth, our Mother.

The Land Defenders

The Land Defenders

March 2, 2020

In this timely episode, Archbishop Mark MacDonald talks with Yolanda Bird, a Cree woman from Treaty Six Territory in Saskatchewan and Aaron Sault, Mohawk from Six Nations in Ontario.

They discuss the pipeline, the protest by the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs, and the sacredness of our Mother Earth.

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Ground Zero on the Land

Ground Zero on the Land

February 24, 2020

Lorraine Netro of the Gwich’in First Nation, addressed Sacred Circle in 2018 about the devastating effects of climate change that she and her people have been witnessing and documenting for over 50 hears.  This is part of Lorraine’s presentation.

The Water Walker

The Water Walker

February 17, 2020

In the third episode of Sacred Teachings: Wisdom of the Land, Donna Bomberry reads 'The Water Walker' written by Joanne Robertson. You can order your copy of the book here: https://secondstorypress.ca/kids/nibi-emosaawdang-/-the-water-walker
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Ginny’s 12 Things

Ginny’s 12 Things

February 12, 2020

In this special edition of Sacred Teachings: Wisdom of the Land, Ginny Doctor lists her 12 things you can do to help heal our environment. 

Do you want to add to list? If so, email us at bdavies@national.anglican.ca 

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White Corn

White Corn

February 10, 2020

In the second episode of the Podcast series, Ginny Doctor talks about balance and what she learned from her grandfather. 

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