Our March Guest - Join us for 'Praising Earth' with Madi Sato

Madi Sato is a singer, community leader, and ceremonialist of Japanese Ainu and Celtic roots. She is evoted to raising women’s voices for the benefit of our Earth Mother and her sacred Waters.

This month our guest is Madi Sato of Praising Earth. Madi is a singer, community leader, and ceremonialist of Japanese Ainu and Celtic roots. She is devoted to raising women’s voices for the benefit of our Earth Mother.

Madi and her husband, poet Timothy P. McLaughlin, are the co-founders of PRAISING EARTH, an organization devoted to rewilding the human heart through the traditions of song, story, dance and ritual to enliven all people’s essential belonging to Earth. She is the creative mother of the organization’s Song Carriers programs, which include women’s circles, intensive immersions, and an indigenous grandmothers alliance.

Please join us as we come together to talk about:

~ Connecting to the culture of our ancestors
~ How singing energetically attunes us with Nature
~ Why singing to the trees is important
~ Treating your voice with reverence
~ Balancing the masculine and feminine
~ Women gathering in community at this urgent time

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Bird singing in spruce tree by Andy Holmes

 

 

"As women we have an obligation to remind everyone that it is imperative that we have this closeness relationship with nature, not allowing ourselves to go a moment without realizing that we are part of the sacred elements." ~ Grandmother Flordemayo  

 

 "The most beautiful gift for the Earth is your thoughts." ~ Sylvie Decaillet

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“Through consciousness, our minds have the power to change our planet and ourselves.
It is time we heed the wisdom of the ancient indigenous people and channel
our consciousness and spirit to tend the garden and not destroy it."
~ Bruce Lipton

 

This series is a place for indigenous people to share their wisdom, their cultural heritage, their beliefs, and the challenges that they face. It is also for groups who work to help indigenous people to bring a voice to their needs and offer ways that you can get involved.

The purpose of the series is to open our hearts and minds to cultures who have treasured our planet and could share with us insights that we can use to become more connected with nature and each other. We hope that you will be inspired, informed and intrigued.

We hope you can join us for the beauty and wisdom that will come from these interviews.  

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Background photo of trees on water by Clare Dubois, CEO and Founder of TreeSisters