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Wayfinding: Literally, Mythical

Sense and sense-making in Nature relies on the influences (seen & unseen) of your spatial semantics (making meaning with your senses) and Physical Literacy (knowing the social-landscape/dynamics of your community, tribe's social typography) and how sacred, symbolic meaning in cultures  -- can help us understand the "other" as well as the Cosmos.One traditional story…See More
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INRIRI'S DAUGHTERS Feb 2022

"More wood pecker womb shaman magic:  [...]Converted to heat, slightly raising temps in a woodpecker’s brain. This is part of the pause pattern woodpeckers use in "short-burst strike" w/breaks in between, letting the brain cool…"
Aug 2
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Powwow Meet-Ups

List the time & date of the powwows/areitos you're attending, so if others are also going they can meet-up with you!Please post the name and date of the gathering in the title of your post! Hope to see you on the trail!See More
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THE LOST TAINO TRIBE

The Lost Taino Tribe documentary explores all angles about a very complex issue - Taino history and the Puerto Rican identity. A documentary being created from the input of the global community.
Aug 2
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"Ancient Ways" Indigenous Folk Healing

Share generational family healing practices as well as art, songs, storytelling, wisdoms, and spirituality for the upliftment of each other and our community!
Aug 2
Randy Eady is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Aug 1

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About Me:
The Integrative Facilitator who calls himself a Plant Medicine Healer/Rehabilitation Therapist uses innovative, nature-based treatments to create a space where sensibility & sensitivity converge... This helps to open new dimensions in perception between humans & the spiritually natural world. By engaging rituals and integrating them into lifeway practice, he will also use the "shamanic spread" of the Earth Healing deck with respect to ancient rhythms of awareness grounded in a Terrapeutics~Pamuya (Hopi) school of teaching to open new vistas of perception.
Occupation:
Healing Ambassador at GTHemp & KR Terrapeutics (Therapeutics)
Education:
BA- SUNY-Oswego (Dual Major Anthropology/Sociology, Minor: Linguistics)

As of 2023, the university's only recipient of outstanding achievement/graduate honors in both disciplines. Eady,a Summa Cum Laude graduate co-presented (with Dr. Richard Loder,former Director, Native American Studies Program at Syracuse University) a thesis on Indian Land Claims and Congressional Backlash at the NY State Sociological Assoc. Conf

MEd Montana State University (Human Dev and Therapeutic Counseling
(where he applied transductive anthropological practices with the support of the Canadian Centre for Shamanic Studies).
PhD (e) AFIT (Air Force Institute of Tech) Rehabilitation Therapy -- Specialist in Balance and Movement Disorders

As an Assistant Prof and Course Chair of Cultural Anthropology at the USAF Academy, he brought his work with the Chumash (as a consulting subject matter expert for Vandenberg Space Base’s Environmental Team) to also serve as a Federal Special Observance Committee Chair for American Indian Heritage cultural programs and frequently conducted field tours of the Nocto Village/Nocto Village Cliff, Window Cave and Swordfish Cave Sacred Sites in Santa Barbara County.

At the USAF Academy he was awarded “Outstanding Behavioral Science Instructor” for innovative/creative treatment with behavioral approaches to trauma recovery. During his tenure there he created Ko~Sha~Rey Rhythms (KR) Terrapeutics and held positions in the U.S. Defense Dept. as a trauma therapist and counselor for combat veterans with PTSD, and movement and physical mobility challenge conditions (such as amputee phantom pain phenomena and Parkinson’s Disease). He’s practiced in residential assisted living treatment facilities and speaks on a variety of Intergenerational Mind/Body/Spirit, animal-assisted therapy practices and Attachment/Trauma topics.

The California Institute for Human Science, adopted facets of his integrational holistic (dynamic-flux proprioceptive)Pamuya (Hopi) Protocols to entourage with therapeutic biofield resonance. In addition, he has fashioned numerous therapy gardens for balance and movement disorder conditions which are advancing research on symptom relief and recovery from a myriad of conditions.
Contact Information:
footwhispering@gmail.com
Research Interests:
As a fellow for the Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine, I continues working professionally with rehab amputee phantom limb pain. Specifically, my discovery of “dynamic-flux proprioception” has led to pioneering a portfolio of knowledge-making and mystery-discovery in the human sciences: culminating in the refining the development of a quantitative measure for perceptual quotient (PQ) that can be integrated in biofield therapeutics such as small fiber matrix stimulation (SFMS).
Publications:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/randy-eady-b0a97011/details/publications/

Whispering Womb: Infra-tones of Kinomagewapkong, the Rocks that Teach
Cannery Row Magazine (TBA -- 2023)

"Beyond the Yellow Flash and Go, There Exists a Ghost-Blue Glow"
(Blue Ghosts: Spirits of the Forest)
Cannery Row Magazine Aug, 2022

Stones, Soles and Survivor Solace ​Stones, Soles and Survivor Solace ​
https://www.canneryrowpress.com/magazine · May 22, 2022

Scent of PlaceScent of Place
Cannery Row Magazine · Feb 14, 2022

Dragon's BloodDragon's Blood
Cannery Row Magazine · Feb 14, 2022

Slow Flow mit SloMoSlow Flow mit SloMo
Lounge8 · Nov 22, 2021

Over The Lawn, Through The WicketOver The Lawn, Through The Wicket
Northstar Publishing · Jul 5, 2020


Seven barriers to lifespan engagementSeven barriers to lifespan engagement
International Council on Active Aging · Apr 1, 2011

Creating Therapeutic Garden Landscapes
ICAA · Oct 1, 2010

Maker of Chi Spheres and Energy SpiralsMaker of Chi Spheres and Energy Spirals
Harp Therapy Journal · Oct 9, 2009

Where Have The Elders Gone? Where Have The Elders Gone?
Seminole Tribune · Apr 29, 2005
Affiliation:
North American Association of Light Therapy, Space Renaissance International (SRI), Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC), International Society for Biosemiotic Studies, Intern'l Association of Cybertherapy & Rehab (iACToR), Cultural Heritage by Archaeology & Military Panel (CHAMP), Association of Nature and Forest Therapy, Cannabis Associates Network
Link:
http://https://www.linkedin.com/in/randy-eady-b0a97011/
Another link:
http://https://www.linkedin.com/company/2003086/admin/
Another link:
http://https://iactor.ning.com/profile/RandyEady
My Website:
http://https://independent.academia.edu/RandyEady

Randy Eady's Blog

Wayfinding: Literally, Mythical

Sense and sense-making in Nature relies on the influences (seen & unseen) of your spatial semantics (making meaning with your senses) and Physical Literacy (knowing the social-landscape/dynamics of your community, tribe's social typography) and how sacred, symbolic meaning in cultures  -- can help us understand the "other" as…

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Posted on August 4, 2022 at 7:08am

The Power of Community -- Add Your Droplets of Wisdom

Posted on August 2, 2022 at 10:04am

The Universe Is Full of Magical Things Patiently Waiting for Our Wits to Grow Sharper

A 1919 book titled “A Shadow Passes” contained a collection of vignettes depicting scenes in nature. 

English author and playwright named Eden Phillpotts noted how a magnifying lens could heighten visual acuity (such that the perceived beauty of some plants would be enhanced). The passage included a saying about the plant species Menyanthes…

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Posted on August 2, 2022 at 8:00am

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