How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... ritual, what all native healers do is take away barriers to healing, or strengthen what we now call the patient’s immune system.
Not long ago we looked upon health and illness in much the same way as these native healers. I grew up before miracle drugs. As a child we learned how important it was to wash all wounds thoroughly with soap and water; using any kind of soap and almost any kind of water was better than leaving dirt in a wound. Washing could be painful, ...
... that the wisdom and cosmologies of our ancestors pertain to a more primitive world due to today's hyper-rational (one-dimensional) concepts of time and space.
The War on Consciousness
Manifesting the Mind: Footprints of the Shaman
... cultures tend to overlook the uniqueness at the center of each individual while also avoiding the presence and meaning of death in the midst of life. Whereas traditional cultures would introduce the presence of mortality at the onset of adult life, modern societies put off questions of death until the very end. Even then, many refuse to even admit the inevitability of death or the possibility that their death might be meaningful for others.
Something of great ...
... the national museum which is located in the old Inquisition House - there we saw lots of replica torture instruments used on those believed to be witches during the Spanish Inquisition. Of all those tried, not one person was found innocent. After that we went to the modern art museum, we were allowed to take photos in both so we've included a few of our favourites. On 1st April we flew from Cartagena to Bogota, we'll write about that next! Lots of love, Victoria and Russell ...
... brought down ancient societies that abused their land and paid the ultimate price, leaving a legacy of degraded, worn-out fields and impoverished descendants.
As I investigated the evolution of landscapes around the world, I began to more fully comprehend this fundamental, yet widely unrecognized problem confronting humanity. We are degrading and eroding the world’s soils far faster than they form. We are running down our stock of fertile topsoil, the ...