An advocate of traditional living and natural spirit teachings. Topics address concerns to do with wellness and balance in life as well as environmental enrichment. A student of native teachings from Ojibwe Elders, Algonquin language based people, living throughout the Great Lakes Region of the US and Canada. The audiences for presentations vary from youth to elderly.
Friday, May 9, 2014
A Conversation with Noodin, Cultural Storyteller on Moccasin Tracks May 8, 2014
Music Credit Inca Son, Vol IV Sharon Burch, Touch The Sweet Earth (CD)
Noodin, aka James Beard returns to Moccasin Tracks and gifts us with his stories about Medicine Wheel Teachings and his journey that puts him on a Red Road. His elders guide him and his work is to tell the stories orally that have been generously given to him. He tells us to "trust" what is given to you in your path. He says there is Beauty ahead and the most powerful gift is to help others find their path.
Moccasin Tracks airs on WGDR and WGDH, Goddard College Community Radio and online at wgdr.org 2-4PM Thursdays Mondays with The Wildside and Ruth Wilder on WJSC 90.7 FM and online herehttp://www.jsc.edu/StudentLife/WJSCFM/PodcastsandStreaming.aspx 11AM-3PM Tuesdays on University of Vermont Student and Community Radio WRUV FM 90.1FM and wruv.org noon-2PM also program archives at wruv.org for one week.