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Articles of Incorporation

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Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp ( F.S.I.C. NAC corp)

(A Colorado Nonprofit Religious Corporation)

 

    Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp, a Colorado nonprofit corporation under Colorado revised statutes, title 7, articles 121-137, as amended from time to time (the “Colorado revised nonprofit corporation act”), adopts the following articles of incorporation for such corporation.

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Article I

Name and Principle office

 

              The name of the corporation is Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp, of Crestone Colorado. The principle office of the corporation is 1074 Lariat trail, Crestone, Colorado, 81131.

 

Article II

Duration

 

              The period of its duration shall be perpetual.

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Article III

Purposes

 

This corporation is a nonprofit religious corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Religious Corporation Law exclusively for religious, spiritual, and educational purposes. The specific purposes for which this corporation is organized is to be an official affiliate of the Native American Church of Itzachilatlan, recognized by the state of Illinois (file no. 86573429) and to cause and secure in principle and deed, the exercise and expression of aboriginal traditions and other indigenous American religious practices in accordance with the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, The American Indian Religious Freedom act (42 U.S. Code 1996), and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act Amendments of 1994 ( Public Law 103-344), and in accordance with  The American Indian Religious Freedom Act 21 U.S. Code 952, 953, and other pertinent laws; to carry out and perform religious and spiritual ceremonies that include but not exclusively limited to; the Name giving rite, burials, marriages, transport and use of peyote, all night prayer vigils with holy sacrament of peyote, sweat lodges, vision quest, coming of age ceremony, pipe ceremony, staff alliance ceremony, ayahuaska, tobacco, spiritual adoption, ceremonies of personal health, The Sundance, pow wows, community gatherings, ceremonial dances, and other rituals and ceremonies of aboriginal peoples of America with religious and cultural intent or passed via alliances with other organizations or churches. In accordance with spiritual aboriginal traditions and under the protection of The First Amendment of the United States Constitution, The American Indian Religious Freedom Act (42 U.S. Code 1996), The American Indian Religious Freedom Act Amendments of 1994 (Public Law 103-344) and in accordance with 21 U.S. Code 952, 953, and other pertinent laws; Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp in Colorado and its rituals have, as a holy sacrament, medicinal plants including but not limited to, Peyote, Ayahuaska, and tobacco. Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp’s objective is to safe keep, administer, protect, facilitate, spread, determine, educate, give full details of, exercise, and express to and for all peoples the indigenous and aboriginal religious ceremonies, ways of spiritual expression, and ways of living according to traditional values. Also its purpose is to promote activities that nourish, stimulate, and further development of human creativity through spiritual expression, cultural identity, cultural art, and historical consciousness, as well as to promote unification of all cultural religious and spiritual workers.

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ARTICLE IV

Inurnment, Dissolution, and Powers

 

  1. This corporation is organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, cultural, educational, spiritual, ceremonial, and scientific purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

  1. Notwithstanding any other provision of these articles, the corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on (1) by a corporation exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law) or (2) by a corporation contributions to which are deductible under Section 170(c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law). Notwithstanding any other provision of these articles, this corporation shall not, except to an insubstantial degree, engage in any activities or exercise any powers that are not in furtherance of the purposes of this corporation.

 

  1. No part of the income or net earnings of the corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to, any member, director or officer of the corporation or to any other private individual, except that (1) reasonable compensation may be paid for services rendered to or for the corporation affecting one or more of its purposes;(2) reimbursement may be made for any expenses incurred for the corporation by any officer, director, member, agent, or employee, or any other person or corporation pursuant to and upon authorization of the directive council (as defined in Article VII below); and (3) rebates of excess membership dues, fees, or common expense assessments may be made.

 

  1. In the event of dissolution of the corporation, the property and assets thereof remaining after providing for all obligations shall be distributed pursuant to the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act Article 134.

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ARTICLE V

THE RITUUALS

 

SECTION 1

All rituals and ceremonies of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp are realized with sacred instruments, and include, but are not limited to, plants, bird feathers, animal skins, hides, rattles, drums, stones, staffs, pipes, and dress regalia.

 

SECTION 2

We believe ourselves legitimate and direct heirs to all original ancient indigenous practices, beliefs, and rituals. All rituals and ceremonies of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp are directed with reverence towards our Mother Earth, Father Sun, and the great Creator represented by fire. Accompanying our rituals and ceremonies are sacred traditional songs passed down generations by indigenous peoples for the purpose of ceremonial use.

 

SECTION 3

All rituals of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp are conducted and referred to by a sacred name and a collaborative of custodians whom have legitimate ordination to perform said ceremonies.

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ARCTICLE VI

MEMBERSHIPS AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY

 

SECTION 1

In accordance with Colorado Law, Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp is a non-membership Corporation without formal membership as the term is legally defined under Colorado Law.

 

SECTION 2

Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp will have, upon its inception, informal members separate and apart from definition of Formal membership as defined by the laws of Colorado. Members of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp will be granted recognition as “informal members” as such by organization described in this section.

Informal membership does not give members any rights or privileges associated with operations, management, or legal affairs of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp, and therefore informal members will not participate in the act of voting.

 

SECTION 3

Informal members, therefore and further in this section and all sections, will be referred to as membership.

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SECTION 4

Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp membership, in accordance with, The American Indian Religious Freedom act (42 U.S. Code 1996), and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act Amendments of 1994 ( Public Law 103-344), and in accordance with  The American Indian Religious Freedom Act 21 U.S. Code 952, 953, and other pertinent laws, the rights and freedoms mentioned therein. Therefore granting members all rights and privileges contained therein.

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SECTION 5

There will exist then four types of members

 

SECTION 6

Beneficiary members: Are those who benefit by helping and collaborating with the activities of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp.

 

SECTION 7

Active members: Those who meet or have met the requisites approved by Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp

 

SECTION 8

Honorary Members: Those who voluntarily show their support and are specially recognized by Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp

 

SECTION 9

General Members: Those who participate in a general manner and support the corporation in its activities.

 

SECTION 10

            General assembly: Made up of all, Founding, beneficiary, active and honorary members of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp.

 

SECTION 11

Details of The Four types of members will be expounded upon in the corporations Bylaws

ARTICLE VII

NAMING OF DIRECTIVE COUNCIL

 

Let it be known and constituted that the Founding members hereby known as the Directive Council also for Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp is made up of the following persons as appointed by incorporating agent under the authority and supervision of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp:

 

  1. Christopher Michael Long, 4266 Rambling way, Crestone, CO, 81131
  2. Andrea Marie Long, 4266 Rambling way, Crestone, CO, 81131
  3. Bruce Elaine Waltemyer, 1074 Lariat trail, Crestone, CO, 81131

 

The Directive Councils members form the core governing council of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp, these members will always retain all rights and privileges within the corporation as the founding leaders of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp, and they can only be removed from position by their own accord. Directive Council members constitute the main governing council and their actions and decisions surpass any decisions made by officers, advisors and or members when it comes to the highest benefit of the Corporation. Their term is indefinite and their positions are only replaced through the act of inheritance with the approval of the other founders.

 

 

ARTICLE VIII

OFFICERS

The Directive Council may appoint a President, one or more vice presidents, a secretary, a treasurer, and other such officers as the Directive Council believes will be in the best interest of the corporation (each an “officer”, collectively known as “Officers”). As provided in the by laws, any two or more offices may be held by the same person, except the President and the secretary. The Officers shall have such duties as may be prescribed to them in the Bylaws and shall serve at the direction and pleasure of the Directive Council.

 

 

ARTICLE IX

SPIRITUAL ADVISORS

 

Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp will also have a directive position known as Spiritual Advisor. Spiritual advisors are those who fulfill all requirements and prerequisites as laid out in the Bylaws and are also appointed by the Directive Council and have a good standing with all officers and members as understood within the Bylaws. Spiritual advisors can be members, Officers, and or Directive Council, but being any of the latter does not necessarily mean being a spiritual advisor. Being a Spiritual Advisor is a privilege and requires strenuous prerequisites and community approval. The Spiritual Advisors duties will be to oversee rituals and ceremonies with the upmost highest reverence, integrity, and diligence in accordance with tradition of how they received the altars and authority to conduct said ceremonies. Spiritual Advisors will not be part of (unless they are Officers, members, and or Directive Council) administrative duties, governing, and or day-to-day maintenance of the Corporation. There will be classifications of types and duties of Spiritual advisors as written in the bylaws, but there will be one original Spiritual Advisor that leads all others and all others have to be approved of by the original Spiritual Advisor. The Bylaws will contain the components of what it means to be the original advisor and will lay the foundation and requirements for all others to become Spiritual advisors.

 

 

ARTICLE X

BYLAWS

 

The initial Bylaws of the Corporation shall be as adopted by the Directive Council. The Directive Council and the Corporations Officers shall have power to alter, amend, or repeal the Bylaws from time to time in force and adopt new Bylaws. The Bylaws from the Corporation may contain any provisions for the regulation or management of the affairs of the Corporation that are not inconsistent with the law or these articles of Incorporation, as these articles may from time to time be amended. However, no articles shall have the effect of giving any director or officer of the corporation any proprietary interest in the Corporation’s property or assets, whether during the term of the corporation’s existence or as an incident to its dissolution.

 

 

ARTICLE XI

PERSONAL LIABILITY

 

No member, Officer, Spiritual Advisor or Directive Council member of this Corporation shall be personally liable for the debts or obligations of this Corporation of any nature whatsoever, nor shall any of the property of the members, Officer, advisors, or Directors be subject to the payment of the debts or obligations of this corporation. Nor shall the Corporation be liable for the personal affairs or debts or obligations of any member, Officer, advisor, or director. The Corporation is solely responsible for anything done under the name of Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp (unless the Corporations named is used fraudulently) as approved and guided by the directive council. Indemnification will by addressed in the Bylaws. All participants in rituals and ceremonies will agree and consent to the Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp Waiver and release form, either through signing the contract or verbally agreeing to it or most importantly agree to it by the act of participation itself, as long as all participants will be made available copies of the Waiver and release form and will be provided the opportunity to object and or learn more about the Waiver and release form, also that it is clearly stated before the ceremonies that participating is an act agreeing to the Waiver and release Form which will be attached to the Bylaws. All members, officers, Advisors, and Directors will have to have signed a copy of the waiver and release form.

 

 

ARTICLE XII

INITIAL REGISTERED OFFICE AND AGENT

 

The initial registered office of the corporation shall be 1074 Lartiat trail, Crestone CO, 81131. The Initial registered agent at such office shall be, Bruce Elaine Waltemyer, PO 992, Crestone, CO, 81131.

ARTICLE XIII

AMENDMENT OF ARTICLES; CONFLICTS

These Articles of Incorporation may be amended from time to time in the manner set forth in the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act, provided always that such amendments are consistent with the terms and provisions of the Declaration.

  1. In the event of a conflict between the terms and provisions of these Articles and the terms and provisions of the Declaration, the terms and provisions of the Declaration shall govern and control.
  2. In the event of a conflict between the terms and provisions of these Articles and the terms and provisions of the Bylaws adopted by the Directive Council, the terms and provisions of these Articles shall govern and control.

ARTICLE XIV

INCORPORATOR

The name and address of the incorporator of the corporation is:

Christopher Michael Long, 4266 Rambling Way, PO 591, Crestone, CO, 81131.

ARTICLE XV

WRITTEN CONSENT OF INCORPORATING AGENT ADOPTING BYLAWS

 

I, the undersigned, am the person named as the Incorporating agent by Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado Native American Church Corp. The name and mailing address of the individual who cause this document to be delivered for filing, and to whom the Secretary of State may deliver notice if filing of this document is refused is; Christopher Michael Long, 4266 Rambling Way, PO 591, Crestone, CO, 81131.

 

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La Piedra El canto

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La Piedra El canto es una organización espiritual dedicada a preservar nuestra herencia indígena. Es un honor y un placer compartir este antiguo linaje para que todos puedan experimentar el poderoso renacimiento de la magia se ejemplifica por estas maneras. Uno puede beneficiarse de verdaderas tradiciones indígenas americanas en un sinnúmero de maneras, a través del aprendizaje de las canciones en el idioma Lakota, al participar en la ceremonia de temazcal  Chanupa (pipa sagrada), Yuwipi rito, Hanbleceya (Vision Quest), Rito de paso, Sundance , Oso de baile, así como el Todo Tipi Reunión Night.

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Damos una calurosa bienvenida a experimentar la profunda riqueza espiritual que tenemos que ofrecer. Aprender de los líderes espirituales, ancianos, curanderos y jefes de Lakota sobre la medicina herbal, saber espíritu, la sabiduría de la mujer y sobre todo acerca de ti. Redescubrir el poder interior y el potencial oculto dentro de ti mismo a través del baile, el canto, el ritual y el arte.

Somos un lugar de culto, la curación, el aprendizaje y los logros. Si usted es serio sobre aprender y participar en el Camino Rojo o simplemente quiere experimentar Ceremonia Indígena Americano Contacto, consulte nuestro caendar de eventos, retiros y clases para un buen momento para visitar (ver nuestra página de ubicación). La Piedra Canto viaja mucho por todo el continente americano, consulte con nosotros acerca de los eventos en su área!

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“La razón de esta preservación no es detener la evolución de una ruta nativa, sino para detener la domesticación de la misma. Eso de-garras que lo que es una mascota obediente en lugar de una feroz pantera que inspira reverencia y el cambio.”

La Piedra El canto es un lugar sagrado para la custodia de los antiguos caminos indígenas Lakota, el fuego eterno que ruge dentro del corazón todos los pueblos, la llama que aviva el espíritu de esta tierra, quemando la ilusión de nosotros mismos. A través de su voz crepitante, el Abuelo Fuego nos aconseja con su calor, la enseñanza del respeto por la tradición y la humildad con el poder.
La nuestra es una casa de la piedra humilde, el tipi de una roca de canto, donde la Abuela Tierra, Uncimaka  canta las canciones de la sabiduría casi perdidos. Ella nos cuenta la historia desde dentro de nosotros mismos, del Búfalo Blanco Doncella y el secreto que ella lleva en su paquete medicina sagrada. Ella susurra las enseñanzas de los gnomos y otras cosas incomprensibles para la mente industrializado. Ella respira en nosotros el aliento sagrado de la vida, silbando a través de nuestros huesos huecos los vendavales de desapego, el viento impecable de nuestros antepasados ​​y el conocimiento incipiente de un mundo nuevo y brillante.
Dentro de este pabellón de la respiración sagrada de la vida fluye el poder femenino misterioso del universo mismo. Sus flores enseñanza del alma humana, de sus páginas sin palabras florecientes sabiduría silenciosa, se desarrolla lentamente los pétalos de nuestro corazón. Su fragancia deriva de un círculo sin fin, un aro eterna de tradiciones que nos nutrimos de todas nuestras relaciones. Aho Mitakuye Oyasin! Todos nosotros, que están relacionados.

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Somos un grupo de colaboradores que representan diferentes ámbitos de la vida. Situado en la base de la Sangre de Cristo Mountains en Crestone, Colorado, tenemos la suerte de compartir este antiguo linaje espiritual en tal temor alguno y mágico entorno. Estamos afiliados con muchos líderes espirituales Lakota como Steven bluehorse, Robert Kohel, director Harold Whitehorse Thompson, George Kickingbear Miller, y Aurelio Díaz Tekpankalli. La piedra canto es Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan Norteamericana, somos el Águila que se eleva y la raíz septentrional del árbol de la vida.

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Aquí, en la casa de la piedra de canto abunda la magia de tiempos incalculables. Un misterio que es incomprensible para la mente analítica moderna. Puede parecer a desafiar proceso científico o control de ningún tipo. Se trata de una antigua conexión con los espíritus mucho más antigua que el lenguaje humano. La Piedra de Canto se dedica a preservar algunas de las últimas conexiones a estos ayudantes espirituales de la humanidad en el Hemisferio Occidental. Hacemos esto mediante la enseñanza de canciones ceremoniales en el idioma Lakota, mediante la preservación de las prácticas espirituales indígenas de América, y protegiendo la integridad de estos ritos sagrados.

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Hemos llegado a un momento de la historia humana, cuando innumerables tradiciones han sido víctimas de la dilución de la domesticación. En estos tiempos las religiones han de-agarrado de su poder original, dejando a muchos linajes de pie como una mera sombra de lo que solía ser.
Esto no es especulación sino un hecho que puede ser medido y se contó. Con el auge de la revolución industrial ha habido una disminución dramática en el tiempo sagrado y un aumento devastador en el tiempo mundano. Lo mismo ha ocurrido con el espacio de su auto. Todos venimos de tradiciones que honran a los grandes espacios como especialmente sagrados y todos tuvimos lugares sagrados en nuestras casas. Ahora el espacio sagrado se limita a edificios de la iglesia, con el resto de la tierra vista como se desacralizado por la ciencia.

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En nuestra cultura moderna, estamos condicionados a la incredulidad, se nos dice desde muy temprana edad que ciertas cosas son hacer creer, lo que limita nuestra percepción de la mente analytical.
Es la meta de la piedra canto para preservar nuestro antiguo linaje y damos la bienvenida a todos los que son buscadores serios en este buen camino rojo.
Quiénes practican tradiciones indígenas de América? Personas de todas las clases sociales y todos los rincones del globo. como todas las tradiciones y prácticas espirituales, tienen la tendencia a crecer. En términos de espiritualidad nativa americana, la tradición Lakota han hecho lo mejor. Esto es así porque el pueblo Lakota siempre han compartido con los demás, las personas adoptadas como la familia (Hunka) y siempre han ayudado a otros sin odio y el juicio. Los navajos han tenido un interés genera dificultades entre sus jóvenes en la práctica de las ceremonias tradicionales. Puesto que han sido reacios a pasar allí formas sagradas fuera del lado de sus parientes de sangre que han sufrido la extinción total de muchos ritos muy importantes en resienten años. Hoy en día los navajos están relacionados con cada carrera en la tierra y provienen de todas las clases sociales. Como la mayoría de las naciones de la tierra, un pequeño porcentaje de ellos están involucrados en ceremonias Lakota!

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Existe la ilusión de que las tradiciones indígenas deben permanecer sin cambios, al igual que el antropólogo con el ceño fruncido por el Jefe de Sundance tomar ofrendas de carne con un bisturí quirúrgico en lugar de un cuchillo de pedernal. la antropología ha perdido totalmente el punto y no puede ver la practicidad, la sabiduría, y el nivel de desapego inherente a la espiritualidad no doméstico (el apego y el sentimentalismo se han mejorado en los animales domésticos).

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Los verdaderos líderes espirituales indígenas tienen la misma ética y la humildad como la mayoría de las religiones del mundo. En el primer siglo, el cristianismo se extendió inmediatamente de ser judía a abrazar griegos, etíopes y cualquier otra persona que expresó su interés, este es un fenómeno natural que se puede ver en todas partes. El papa católico es inferior judío, griego o italiano en estos momentos él es de origen indio americano! Se podría argumentar que la espiritualidad nativa no se puede comparar al cristianismo a pesar de que es el camino elegido por la mayoría de los nativos americanos. Algunos podrían decir que en la historia del cristianismo los Judios representado el bien tradicionalista, manteniéndose en línea con las formas sagradas. Nada podría estar más lejos de la verdad, porque la tradición judía siempre ha estado abierto al público. La gente todos los credos continuamente convertirse al judaísmo y siempre tienen. No es raro que un hombre se someta a una operación de circuncisión con la esperanza de llegar a ser admitido en el judaísmo. Al igual que los navajos también son ciudadanos internacionales, mundiales!

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Al igual que todos los caminos a Dios, usted encontrará una versiones católicas y protestantes de todos ellos, se encuentran los fundamentalistas puristas, el espíritu lleno de los éxtasis, así como los ateos que creen que son espirituales, porque son parte de una religión. Todos ellos juegan un papel importante, ya que realmente necesita todo tipo!

Se nos recuerda constantemente a, nuestras funciones ceremoniales, de las extrañas circunstancias de la evolución del mundo cambiante en el que vivimos. hay un montón de ideas falsas acerca de la espiritualidad en general y la gente en estos días tienen adjudicar de diferentes motivos para estar involucrado. Depende de nosotros que las próximas generaciones no contaminan las formas indígenas, haciéndolos domesticados. Esto ha sido lo que ha perjudicado a los mundos más grandes caminos espirituales más que cualquier otra cosa, es deformar nuestra percepción, lo único que nos llevamos con nosotros más allá de esta vida!sep oct 2012 110

lo que hace que las tradiciones indígenas, de cualquier tipo, así que de gran alcance es que son salvaje e indómito. Ellos tienen acceso a esa parte de la psique humana que es molestado por la industrialización es cada vez más importante para la raza humana de aferrarse a la magia que se aleja rápidamente de nosotros. Muchas de las nuevas filosofías de edad no están de acuerdo con esto, pero quiero señalar que hay una gran variedad estrictamente casero de los seres humanos. Cuando un animal se domestica, o incluso cuando los animales salvajes están enjaulados o sometidos a rutinas, tienden a caer en comportamientos neuróticos, como vivir en un mundo de fantasía hecha.

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Muchos no se dan cuenta que el Lakota Sundance es una religión internacional, por ejemplo. ha surgido muchos poderosos curanderos y líderes espirituales Lakota que representan las tradiciones de todo el mundo. Muchas personas están en contra de esto (sobre todo personas no espirituales). Es un verdadero misterio cómo el espíritu se mueve, una persona puede adquirir ayudantes espirituales a través de la asociación con una tradición, a través del matrimonio, la ordenación, por nacimiento, cuando se ejecuta en la familia, como fue el caso de Daniel Dunglas Home. También está el caso en que una persona nace con poderes milagrosos fuera de la tradición espiritual completo.

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Hay cientos de casos de huellas humanas fosilizadas en piedra 1-90 million años, un testimonio del misterio asombroso de la humanidad y lo que se esconde en lo profundo de nuestra conciencia humana. Modern Espiritualidad Indígena Americano está en constante cambio, ya que nuestro yo se redefinen por lo que sabemos, y eso va para todos los de la espiritualidad, en todas partes!Dancing

Sólo los últimos tradiciones indígenas restantes del mundo todavía tienen cosas milagrosas, que parecen imposibles como algo común. Los líderes espirituales de la religión nacional, por desgracia, no se puede empezar a imaginar la realidad del mundo espiritual aborigen (cuál queda de ella).

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