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Larry Quuyux Merculieff, founder of the Global Center for Indigenous Leadership and Lifeways, speaks of healing in the "wisdom of the elders for modern times." Most organizations, he says, "are focused on what we are choosing to move away from rather than what we are moving toward." As such, healing is a process for the "real human being," which, according to Merculieff, involves always living in the present moment, and "making decisions with the heart.
The program will begin with a six-week online course in the fall called 'The Wisdom of the Elders and the Energy of Youth: a Course in Spiritual Mentoring'.
An American Indian echoes gratitude for the "sacred circle of beings: the four-leggeds, the flyers, swimmers, creepy-crawlies, those two-leggeds who provide care, and the wisdom of the elders coming from calm reflection."
This project fits squarely within the current endeavour across the North American Arctic to record, preserve, and consequently allow future generations to learn from the wisdom of the elders. Too often it seems that the last of these goals is only a vague promise, since producing a static record of what was once the stuff of everyday discourse between young and old is probably not the best way to prevent dynamic indigenous cultures from becoming museum pieces.
--Robert Fleming is the author of The African American Writer's Handbook and The Wisdom of the Elders; and the editor of After Hours: A Collection of Erotic Writing by Black Men.
CITY CENTRE: Former chairwomanof the Merseyside police authority Margaret Simey will be giving a lecture on the Wisdom of the Elders for the Duncan Society from 6pm in the main hall, Blackburne House, off Hope Street, on June 19.
His music, his flutes, the stories he tells and the wisdom of the elders that he passes on to the children have brought him the respect of many.
"I always wanted to educate people about the sacredness of the earth with the wisdom of the Elders," said Beaton.
Suzuki, Wisdom of the Elders (Toronto: Stoddart Publishing Company, 1992).
His most recent work, co-authored with Vancouver writer Peter Knudtson, is called Wisdom of the Elders. The book, published in the United States by Bantam, examines aboriginal conceptions of the earth and the parallels between their ecological knowledge and the knowledge of scientific "elders" such as Harvard's E.O.
He stated that the wisdom of the Elders in addition to industry and science will assist Native peoples "in finding solutions which work for them."