Spirituality Tag

          The day in early January at Laughing Waters was perfect for creating vision boards, those images of what we want to manifest during 2014.  The fog was so thick, looking out the window you could see only a short distance.  Everybody worked diligently throughout the...

Grandmother Red Leaf, a Cherokee Elder, and Uncle Bob Randall, an Aborigine Elder, combined forces last Saturday, October 23, and presented a day of wisdom at Laughing Waters. Though their cultures have existed for centuries on opposite sides of the planet, it was inspiring to see and hear how similar their worldviews are. As evidenced by their names, both cultures place great emphasis on family relationships. In fact, families are considered to consist of everyone in the tribe or clan. Uncle Bob said that he didn’ t know who his real mother was until he was grown because all of her sisters were mothers to him.

What: The Ancient Art of Dowsing with Marty Cain Date: Saturday, May 29 Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Where: Laughing Waters at Hickory Nut Forest, Gerton, NC WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE… Learning how to see the hidden through the ancient art of dowsing. (Gerton) Clean, fresh water is vital for human existence. Before the advent of bottled water and city wide systems people had to find it in nearby streams, or more often underground. Since living near water determined one’s survival, many homesteaders turned to professionals – dowsers.  Today, developers, health seekers and many others still rely on their expertise to find hidden objects.