ShelterBox one couple’s global mission

    Carolyn and Huw Thomas are two British cyclists spreading the word  about ShelterBox, which is used to aid the victims of disasters. —————————————————————————- by Teresa Dovalpage Originally published in The Taos News In the cozy living room of the Dreamcatcher Bed and Breakfast, the aroma of freshly baked cookies greets visitors. The innkeeper and…

The Seven Teachings of the Anishnabe people

Old wisdom travels from Winnipeg to New Mexico In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Cambridge architectural scholar Frank Albo is studying the Province’s classically designed legislative building and soon recognizes it as an homage to the legendary King Solomon’s Temple. Upon meeting Albo, Anishnabe Elder Dave Courchene begins to see a connection between the building and the spiritual…

Curanderismo: an old message for a new world

Patricia Padilla near her personal altar, at her Taos home “Ultimately, our thoughts and beliefs are our greatest allies in recovering health and wellbeing.” (Article originally published in Más New Mexico) The root of the word curanderismo is “curar” (to heal, in Spanish). This ancient healing method is practiced with slight variations all through Latin America…