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Melting Ice in Vermont

Melting the ice in our hearts
so that we may use our knowledge wisely
in this time of great changes.

is returning to Central Vermont

September 2 thru 6, 2008

Reserve the dates!

Angaangaq is an Inuk (Eskimo) Elder, Angakkuq-Shaman, and carrier of the Qilaut (Eskimo Wind Drum). He comes from a family of traditional healers and wisdomkeepers from Kalaallit Nunaat, Greenland. Angaangaq knows first-hand the dramatic environmental changes that are taking place on this planet; he believes that we can face the challenges presented by these changes as opportunities for personal and societal growth.

Angaangaq visited Montpelier, Vermont last year, November 29 thru December 1, 2007. He won a place in the hearts of many who met him, either at the large public gatherings or at the workshop he led on November 29. (read an article from The Bridge about his 2007 visit)

This September, Angaangaq returns to Central Vermont to work with children and adults through inservice trainings; a two-day intensive seminar; a circle of stories, song and sharing, for families, children, and the general public; ceremonies; and private healings. See the schedule of events


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