What do you mean when you say Ceremony? This is a question I get often. In this "Tuesday Talk with Greg" video, I wanted to explain what I mean when I speak about Ceremony and show how the practice of working with Ceremony can eventually become second nature!
We are coming upon an amazingly powerful weekend, and in 2020 I am not surprised! This weekend we will be experiencing a full (blue) moon on Halloween, and the Day of the Dead immediately after that! What a potent time to make the connection to our ancestors at this time while the veil is so thin!
Almost every day I bring the dogs to this spot along the Tolt River by my home to run around and swim. I come out here just to watch the river flow. Before this past winter’s massive flood, there was a rock beach here that I would hang out on. After the flood, the river changed course and covered my little rocky beach.
Journey to Peru with Greg and his sister as they explore the Sacred Valley, and climb the famed Inca Trail for the first time! Included in this episode is Greg's Earth Pulling Ceremony on the grounds of Machu Picchu. You don't want to miss this episode!
Join Greg as he interviews Sallie Ann Glassman, Voodou High Priestess of New Orleans, to learn more about the role of water in Voodou, and how the spirit of water and the deep history of Voodou helped support the people of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. A yoga class on Lake Pontchartrain is also included in this episode!
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is an important Mexican holiday that celebrates and honors the lives of loved ones who have passed on. Since the start of this tradition by the Aztecs about 3,000 years ago, Día de los Muertos has changed and evolved over time, but like the memories of our [...]