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Religion in Society

April 16 - April 17

Nature Gods can fill the “God Shaped Hole” plaguing society. Ancient cross-cultural Wind Gods/Goddesses offer persistent guidance, to restore faith in humanity.  In my work with Millennials (born between 1981-1996), I observed a similar chasm between social ideals and spiritual foundation, both in drug addicts and affluent professionals.  The exodus of church-goers over the past 40 years produced a generation of people who pretended to have religious commitment. Their progeny (Millennials,) were raised with their parent’s disparity, and a lack of religious structure.  In my effort to provide navigational tools for the generation lost, 28 cross cultural Winds of Spirit revealed themselves. Each had a distinct sphere of spiritual responsibility for guiding humanity. My phenomenological research spanned 20 years of direct shamanic practice and scholarly research. Faced with planetary extinction, it is essential to embrace new ideas and formats. Despite monotheism claiming superiority for 5000 years, indigenous practices prevail. We must take pluralism a step further to embrace direct personal experience as the foundation of religious practice. Wind Work is being embraced by children and families alike. Based on attraction, the Wind Believers grows every month.

Renee Baribeau, Community Outreach, Foundations Recovery Network, Palm Desert, USA
Overview: Pluralism solely based upon True and False Religious ideals, will not restore faith. People are seeking a direct experience of God, which emanating and non-dualistic forces of Nature can provide.
Theme: 2017 Special Focus: Respecting Difference, Understanding Globalism


April 16
April 17
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