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Amunet’s Fables Featured on The Orange Feather Podcast April 2021

1 Apr

As requested one fable from each of the eight books will be featured during the month of April 2021:

Introducing Amunet’s Fables

Listen to an introduction to each book and a short preview of one fable.

1st April taken from Lesson’s in Soul Survival

5th April taken from Choose Order or Create Chaos

9th April taken from A Time For Everything

13th April taken from The Door is Closing

17th April Cadence The Rhythm of Lifehttps

21st April Celestial Create Your Own Heaven

25th April Crystalline Towards The Grid

29th April Cepheus on The Rise

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The Art of Living Your Best Life Starting From Today

24 Feb

The Art of Living has been dealt with by commentators across space and time and by all cultures. However, the problem of self ownership does not emerge in isolation of external structures and cultural influences. This episode of the Orange Feather Podcast Series, explores some questions in relation to how we can embrace life, as a creative process, using the Friedrich Nietzsche Test and framed within an African Indigenous Knowledge perspective.

The phrase you only have one life is an important idea to grapple with: one of my kindred community members, always asks “whats new and different”? This is an excellent question, because there is always going to be something new and something different. Just like a running stream, to maintain emotional wellness, it is important that we keep things moving. Getting guidance to create a Daily Invocation is one way to maintain balance in your life. What do you think? Have a listen. Become a VIP member to have your comments, voice notes and requests prioritised.

Amunet Hall is a design thinking content creator who has created an eco-system of products and services to help busy people to slow down and reflect on life. To gain access to more training click on this link

THE EVE OF THE ORANGE FEATHER PODCAST SERIES

4 Feb

Just sharing an exciting update on the official launch of the Orange Feather Podcast Series. The first episode will be broadcast this Thursday 4th February 2021, and every 5 days there after during this month, in honour of Orisa Orunmila, the sage of the Ifa Orisa Spiritual Practice. You are invited to get involved and become a VIP member. If you know that you are a spiritual being having a human experience, then you will find some value in each episode.

Have a listen and share your thoughts.

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The intention is Celebration Healing and Information. Looking forward to being of service.

New Beginnings

1 Feb

Happy first of the month. The word February comes from the Roman word februum meaning purification and februa, referring to rituals used to be performed to clear the way for fertility of the land and of the people. February was seen as an important time to prepare for the coming of spring in Rome and other parts of the northern hemisphere. What is the date where you are? Marking time is not set in stone. There are many variations about the days, the months, the years, even the conception of day and night. This is just one of the topics to be covered in the Orange Feather Podcast Series. If you are interested in knowledge of self and the universe, to enhance your personal development and your spiritual growth, then you have found your kindred community.

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Looking forward to interacting with you, should you be so inclined. Be Well.

Podcast Update

28 Jan

The Full Moon signifies the completion of the lunar cycle. As above so below. January 2021 has been a challenge to many, who would usually be full of optimism. And as we always say, the safest place to be in a quantum hurricane season, is in the safety of your wise mind. How can you access this place? Be in tune with your inner spirit. How can you do this? The Orange Feather Podcast Series will show you how. Listen and chill or become a VIP member to actively engage with interviewing opportunities.

Happy January Full Moon.

What Are You Thinking?

4 Jan

In the West African Spiritual Practice of Ifa Orisa, as with many other examples across the continent, there are three important pillars of the faith: inner spirit, ancestral reverence and the spirits of nature. All three are regularly called upon to assist with decision making, when devotees and initiates consult the oracle with the assistance of trained priests and priestesses. In the West, this is the task of the personal development life coach, the design thinking content creator and various other journey guide services. However you first have to acknowledge that you need help. This is the first step in the process, of reflecting on where your mind wonders to, when left to its own devices.

The thoughts which are whirling around in your head, will lead you in one direction or the other. If you are ‘a wondering generality‘, you will choose pot luck. If on the other hand you are ‘a meaningful specific’, you will clear a path and start a journey with purpose. Which is it to be?

Gain access to a training course, on ways to show gratitude for your life and make meaningful plans for the future. Click on this link.

Thank You 2020 Halo New Earth #3

1 Jan

As an Independent Researcher into indigenous nature spirituality in general and African indigenous knowledge in particular, I am grateful for all that I continue to learn, from the gentle power of the natural world. If the past 12 months have taught us anything at all, it is the importance of self reflection. Developing your power of thought, is the most important exercise you could engage in at this time. Remember if you don’t use it, it will atrophy.

Whilst doing one of my time and space reconnaissance, it occurred to me that, its the simple things in life, that will help us to navigate to dry land, during this quantum hurricane season. And the safest place to be right now, is in the safety of your wise-mind. The free webinar is no longer available.

Gain access to a training course, on ways to show gratitude for your life and make meaningful plans for the future. Click on this link.

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Seasons Greetings

21 Sep

Happy Sun of the Middle

The Dogon Nation of Mali West Africa, describe the change of seasons based on the position in the heavens. Today is The Sun of the middle. This refers to the trajectory of the sun’s path, reaching the middle position in the heavens. Everywhere on earth, will experience equal day and equal night twice a year: in March and in September. Your location above or below the equator, will give you Spring or Autumn respectively.

Remember to Keep your vibration high and stay connected to those who are resonating in harmony with nature.

Seasons Greetings To You And Your Loved Ones.

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Do All Living Things Have A Soul?

17 Sep
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Animism is the belief that objects, places, and creatures all possess a distinct spiritual essence. Potentially, animism perceives all things—animals, plants, rocks, rivers, weather systems, human handiwork, and perhaps even words—as animated and alive. Source: wikipedia [accessed 16-9-20]
The Collective unconscious refers to structures of the unconscious mind which are shared among beings of the same species. It is a term coined by Carl Jung. Source: wikipedia [accessed 16-9-20]
In the West African Yoruba tradition (and others across the continent), in simple terms, humans, animals and plans are all considered to be ‘persons’. This is not a unique belief amongst the religions of African Spirituality: Japanese Shintoism and Shamanic practices globally, hold similar beliefs. Carl Jung would perhaps site this phenomenon, as what he called ‘the collective unconscious’. Perhaps Raul Dhal himself was a healer of the human psyche, just like many authors who intentionally use their words as medicine. What do you think? Continue Reading Here.
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Today is The End of 2012

11 Sep
Is today really the end of 2012? The answer is yes! this post will remind you that the concept of ‘Time’ is relative. We will use Ethiopia as our first example. Here are some facts about The Ethiopian Calendar: it is different to the Gregorian one in a number of ways.
The Ethiopian calendar is divided into 13 months not 12. The new year is on 11th September and 12th during a leap year, like this one in 2020. The Gregorian calendar is 7 to 8 years ahead of the Ethiopian one. Why is this? Time is relative, cultural and current. Different cultures count time in ways that are specific to their traditions. All time counting is dependent upon the celestial movements of stars, planets and natural satellites. Time keeping is also incorporated into traditional and contemporary spiritual and religious ritual practice. Click on this link and continue reading here:

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