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WALKING BACKWARD INTO THE FUTURE
A Conversation with Larry Littlebird and Dr. Greg Valerio.
LISTENING GROUND presents a spoken word conversation with Pueblo Indian Elder/Master Storyteller, Larry Littlebird from New Mexico and Dr. Greg Valerio, founder of a Celtic Monastic community on the South Downs of England near the mythic Neolithic Chanctonbury Ring. Event Details>
ALBUQUERQUE, NM / APRIL 4, 2019 / 7:00 PM
NEW HAVEN, CT / JUNE 14, 2019 / 7:00 PM
LANCASTER, PA / JUNE 20, 2019 / 6:00 PM
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REAWAKENING OUR ORIGINS - A PEREGRINATION
An all day experiential spiritual retreat on the land, led by Pueblo Indian Elder, Larry Littlebird and Dr. Greg Valerio from the British Isles. This retreat is being offered at special locations along the "East Coast Pilgrimage" route.
NEW HAVEN, CT / JUNE 15, 2019
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LANCASTER, PA / JUNE 21, 2019 (Summer Solstice)
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Donegal Springs at Donegal Presbyterian Church
1891 Donegal Springs Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552
Space is limited to 20 people, please register early as we anticipate this retreat to be full
BUNDLE: TALK AND RETREAT $100 (Includes June 20 Conversation & June 21 Retreat)
LANCASTER, PA / JUNE 23, 2019
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Conestoga site on preserved property along Indian Run in the Manor (just west of Millersville,PA)
This retreat is being held on private land, the actual address will be emailed to you once you register.
Space is limited to 20 people, please register early, as we anticipate this to be full
BUNDLE: TALK AND RETREAT $100 (Includes June 20 Conversation & June 23 Retreat)
Retreat Overview: We will gather on a "significant indigenous landscape" of the local community in the safe and nurturing council of the Listening Circle. We begin with listening to the land and discovering what it means to be indigenous to place. Through guided spiritual precepts of Celtic Monasticism and tribal American wisdom traditions, we will seek our own “Origin Story”. Silence and stillness are like two ancient spiritual seers whose call to every generation is to rediscover the Divine Creator in the simple act of listening and holy living. Land has a silent memory and can offer that immediate threshold to tap into the roots of our ancient self. As we listen to the voice in the land and share our stories, one to another, we are mindful that every step we take is a prayer. A prayer that leaves an indelible imprint of who we are on the land to which we belong.