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.
Sunday, January 28, 2018
The New Heavens and the New Earth: Songs, Stories & Prophecies
with James B. Beard aka Noodin, and Christopher Reynolds
We are in a new time in our culture. What Eco-Buddhist Joanna Macy calls, The Great Turning and Catholic Fr. Thomas Berry called the opening to the environmental age, called Preparation for the time of the 8th Fire, in the Ojibwa / Chippewa Prophesies.
You are invited to enjoy an evening of songs, stories, and prophecies dedicated to fully awakening and participating together in our important historical moment.
appearances ~ "The New Heavens and the New Earth"
2 1/2 hour program presenting songs, stories and prophecies.
Focuses on community and self values as a way to create a better society,
environment and understanding in a new time. A strong presentation for colleges
and alternative educational sources and communities.
Singer, Teacher and Shaman, Christopher Reynolds, M.Ed
F. Christopher Reynolds, M.Ed., is a singer, teacher and holistic healer from Cleveland, Ohio. His mission is to sing the dream of Earth onward through songs, writings, ritual, healing concerts and workshops. His method is to bring forth Ethical Culture through the shared creation of Ethical Music and Ethical Space. He is a singer-songwriter with 15 CDs. He is the lead author on the only publications on depth psychology, soul, creativity and giftedness. He is also published in organic creativity in the language classroom. Chris is the founder of Ethical Music and Earthbriety. He is a co-founder of archetypal ecology. Chris is an adjunct professor in Art and Religious Studies at Ursuline College. He is an adjunct in Creativity Studies for the Gifted at Ashland University. He works with Warriors Journey Home to assist communities to welcome veterans home from military service. His most recent publication is Remembrance of the 1914 Christmas Truce: It's Our Turn, by F. Christopher Reynolds (Author). His website is www.urrealist.com .
James Beard aka Noodin
Cultural Story Teller, Educator, Speaker, Author
Jim is a superb presenter. His book,'White Mocs on the Red Road' describes the value systems developed in Native American cultures many years ago. These values are as valid today as they were when originally embraced.
For the past twenty five years he has dedicated his life to learning and sharing Native American cultural knowledge given to him by Elders of the Ojibwa/Chippewa tribes. He has presented programs for schools, colleges and communities throughout the Northeast and Canada. He also works on programs with Native American tribes to re-introduce traditional teachings to Native American communities in the Northeast and Canada. Jim is connected with tribal leaders in many areas of the United States and Canada and well respected for his knowledge and sharing of his work.
His white heritage is enhanced by ancient teachings we all once had. He walks a red road in order to better understand the original teachings of all people.