John Lundin asks, “is it the Indigenous Peoples who have the answers?”

John Lundin asks, “is it the Indigenous Peoples who have the answers?”

A common association with the history of a culture is to assume that because it existed in the past, there is no room for it in the future.  I disagree.  While I have an interest in learning about past traditions from indigenous cultures, I also think that many indigenous cultures have valuable knowledge to bring to the current discussion table re: many sustainability topics, climate change, and probably most importantly how to reconnect with nature.

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I specialize in content curation that communicates the heart of indigenous cultural and spiritual wisdom. I enjoy researching, writing and sharing about sacred sites, ceremony, shamanism from indigenous cultures in North, Central and South America. I take pride in curating and creating content that respects indigenous people, the sacredness of life, and Earth-based wisdom.

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