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ANCIENT SPIRIT RISING
BY PEGI EYERS
BY PEGI EYERS
Pegi Eyers is to be commended for her deeply thoughtful, intelligent, inspiring and passionate compendium text Ancient Spirit Rising. The knowledge, spirit, and generosity of this book is of priceless value. It is an honest testimony of the past and a vision into the future. Ancient Spirit Rising can be experienced slowly one chapter at a time, and the book concludes in poem prayer (poesis - to make, to create) to begin again. Ancient Spirit Rising awakens us, and it is an essential, important, and healing experience to be taken into hand, heart and mind, again and again.
Diane Leslie Kaufman, Arts Medicine for Health and Healing www.artsmedicineforhealthandhealing.com
2023 "Foundations in Embodied Ancestral Inquiry" Marika Heinrichs, Undoing Supremacy Through Recovering Embodied Practice + Ritual, citation from Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers >link< Embodied Ancestral Inquiry (EAI) is an integrative approach to resolving ancestral and intergenerational wounds that contribute to and perpetuate white body supremacy.
2023 "Pink Wave Books & Café" Feminist Books, Coffee, Conversation, powered by bookshelf.org. "Willendorf's Legacy: The Sacred Body" by Trista Hendren and Tamara Albanna. Travel through time and discover a world where the fullness of women was both admired and deified. Reclaim your beautiful Goddess body through the rich pages of this powerful collection of art, poetry and essays celebrating our divine inheritance as daughters of Willendorf. With contributions from Alyscia Cunningham, Amber Quinonez, Anique Radiant Heart, Annie Caplan, Kohenet Annie Matan, Arlene Bailey, Arna Baartz, Brenda Oelbaum, Daniel Cox, Elizabeth Ogletree, Fig Ally, Glen Rogers, Hollie Holden, Jakki Moore, Jassy Watson, Jen Cooper, Joey Hartmann-Dow, Kat Shaw, Kitty Star, Leonor Murciano-Luna, PhD, Luisah Teish, Lydia Ruyle, Max Dashu, Molly Remer, Nicola O'Hanlon, Patricia Lynn Reilly, Pegi Eyers, Philomena van Rijswijk, Sharon Smith, Tamara Albanna and Trista Hendren. >link<
2023 "Between Worlds: Artful Auto/Biography and/as Pagan Healing" by Gina Snooks, Electronic Thesis, The University of Western Ontario, Part of the Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Commons. Discourse on Settler identity as informed by sources including Ancient Spirit Rising. >link<
2022 "The Shamanism Summit" Podcast with Tanya Rodriguez and Pegi Eyers Dismantling Western Shamanism with the Global Decolonization Initiative
January 23, 2023 "Against the Grain Theatre’s Messiah/Complex and Indigenous Sovereignty" by Nina Penner, Brock University, Journal of the Society for American Music. >link< "The COVID-19 pandemic and the intensification of IBPOC activism have prompted many in the classical music industry to pause and reflect on the ways in which we perpetuate colonialism and racism in our leadership and governance structures, programming, casting practices, performance practices, and treatment of IBPOC artists. This article focuses on Messiah/Complex (2020) by Toronto’s Against the Grain Theatre. All soloists were Indigenous or people of color. Based on conversations with several Indigenous artists involved in this project, this article argues that we need to move from thinking about how to include more Indigenous artists to thinking about how we can create space for Indigenous sovereignty. That is going to involve giving over decision-making power to Indigenous artists at all levels. Messiah/Complex could have made a more decisive move toward sovereignty if it had begun with conversations with IBPOC artists about what they want to say at this moment. The performers should have been able to decide not only what language to perform in but also whether they want to perform Handel’s music at all, who they want to collaborate with, and how they want to work together." Based on the YouTube comments, Messiah/Complex also tended to affirm for viewers the universality of the Western art music canon. For example, Anne Scott thanked AtG for "bringing together all the pieces of a true Canadian and universal spirituality!" In one of the few critical comments, Pegi Eyers remarked: "Great for neo-liberals who think this represents ‘diversity,’ but I thought we were supposed to be decolonizing from the assumed Euro-supremacy of classic composers and ‘music theory,’ not celebrating it.” Pegi Eyers, comment on Against the Grain Theatre, Messiah/Complex.
November 2022 "Evolved Nest Initiative" Newsletter ~ "What People Are Saying" Kindred World is an award-winning nonprofit "Serving the Generation Since 1996." Darcia Narvaez leads Kindred World as president and with her vision of a Wisdom-based, Wellness-informed Society. >link<
>The Evolved Nest<
November, 2022 "Rites and Responsibilities: A Guide to Growing Up" by Darcy Ottey. Extensive Resource Lists such as "Rites of Passage in a Damaged Landscape" including "What is Cultural Appropriation?" by Pegi Eyers; plus "Recovering Connection with the Ancestors" including "Ancient Spirit Rising: Reclaiming Your Roots & Restoring Earth Community" by Pegi Eyers >link<
November 1, 2022 "Ecopsychology and Ecotherapy - An Informal Bibliography" Compiled by Linda Buzzell, Craig Chalquist, Maja Szachniewicz, Carol Koziol, Andy Fisher, Christian Bedeaux and others.
Ancient Spirit Rising is highly recommended. Access this excellent resource >here<
October 11, 2022 "Ancient Tales for Modern Times: The Threshold of When We Were Landscape" by Sofia Batalha, Cosmic-Chthonic Cartographies on Substack ~ Primeval underground mysteries of Iberian mythology, internal and external landscapes, symbiotic ecological narratives, eco-mythology, art, and writing. "The concept of modernity - a western a-historical, scientific, capitalist, and moral exceptionalism myth - follows the lines of authors like Vanessa Andreotti and the GTDF Collective, Bayo Akomolafe, Nora Bateson, Pegi Eyers, Pat MacCabe, Julie J. Morley, John Broomfield, Donna Haraway, Fikret Berkes, Barbara A. Bickel, Bill Devall, David Turnbull, Gordon Whyte, Marna Hauk, Jo-Ann Archibald, Jürgen W. Kremer, Nick Totton and countless others who do essential work, not from a binary/pure point of view, in criticizing modernity's limited and violent lenses."
Sofia Batalha, 2022
2022 "The School of Mythopoetics" Recommended reading/booklist including Ancient Spirit Rising.
>Welcome to The School of Mythopoetics<
2022 "Marginal Mennonite Society" Recommended reading/booklist including Ancient Spirit Rising.
May 31, 2022 "Craft Shaping Society: Educating in the Crafts - The Global Experience" Lindy Joubert, Editor, Springer, 2022. The role of craft as a continuing cultural practice and the revival of disappearing skills in contemporary society. It includes twenty-five essays by highly regarded artisans, academics, technologists, entrepreneurs, businesspeople, curators, and researchers from many countries representing a wide range of global craft traditions and innovations. >link< Quoted From Ancient Spirit Rising: "In advocating for an earth-wise cultural recovery, Pegi Eyers writes on the Pagan tradition of gleaning, stating that 'the most important rule for gleaning and wild-crafting is to take only what you need."
May, 2022 "Enter the Otherworld: Animism of the British Isles for the Diaspora" Referencing Ancient Spirit Rising as source material for the course and continued learning. >Sacred Earth Grove: Wisdom Keeping for Today<
April 1, 2022 "Decolonial Discourse, Prefiguration and Devices: Anarchist Allies and Accomplices in Montreal" by Benjamin Pillet, Université du Québec à Montréal. >Academia.edu< Consulté le 24 octobre 2017 - Eyers, P. (2016, 30 mars) Seeking Settler Re-landing. Consulté le 24 octobre 2017 -
Eyers, P. (2017, 11 octobre) Decolonization ~ Meaning What Exactly?
March 17, 2022 "Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers" Kawartha Truth and Reconciliation Support Group, Testimonials on Ancient Spirit Rising by luminaries in the Kawarthas region. >link<
February, 2022 "Upsetting Colonial Intellectual Narratives in Partition Literature" >by Ellie Johnson< Referencing "Decolonization: Meaning What Exactly?" by Pegi Eyers. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Office for Undergraduate Research.
2022 - 2023 "Order of Bards Ovates and Druids (OBOD)" Quotations from Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers on social media >link<
2021 "Decolonization and Transformation of Higher Education for Sustainability: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge into Policy, Teaching, Research, and Practice" >Open Journals in Education< Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education, Volume 13, Issue 3, paper by Lin, Stoltz, Aruch and Rappeport referencing the article "Decolonization: Meaning What Exactly?" by Pegi Eyers. "We recognize that Indigenous populations and Indigenous worldviews are diverse, but there are common principles that are shared across Indigenous communities. For example, the Indigenous Seventh Generation Principle is commonly held among Indigenous groups. This principle holds that anything we do could affect seven generations into the future. This Indigenous principle reminds us we must be responsible for our actions, as future generations and their ecological living systems are affected for the long term, and multiple generations of humans share an interconnected destiny with their ecosystems. IHEs’ understanding and adoption of this Indigenous principle can shift the current colonial paradigm to one that values and sustains life, where “the priority is to care for and protect the land is for the Web of all Life, and the Seven Generations yet to come.” (Eyers, 2017)
2021 “Guide - The 8 Shields Peace Principles” >Transition Network< Prepared by Root Cuthbertson, text adapted from Deborah Benham, Jon Young, and the 8 Shields Institute online course “Designing for Peace.” Referencing Pegi Eyers (2017) Ancient Spirit Rising: Reclaiming Your Roots & Restoring Earth Community, Stone Circle Press. PDF & content uploads.
2021 "The Cure For Climate Trauma: Reclaiming Our Indigeneity" >Zhiwa Woodbury on Medium<
An exploration on trauma, ecocide, reparations toward "all our relations," and re-learning ourselves as relational beings once again. "Not only are we called by Gaia to this sacred task, Indigenous peoples themselves are calling us home in this way, as faithfully set forth by the Canadian writer/activist Pegi Eyers." Zhiwa Woodbury is an ecopsychologist, researcher, and author of “Climate Sense: Changing the Way We Think & Feel About Our Climate in Crisis.”
2021 "when the sacred is for sale: mcshamanism and the plastic or cosplay shaman phenomenon" >The Comrade General: A Guide to Transcending the Soul//Ego Spacesuit< re-print of "What is Cultural Appropriation?" by Pegi Eyers
2021 "Lokean Resources and FAQ" by Badgerbits on Reddit. A short selection to get people started on their Lokean journey, or to answer questions for non-Lokeans. Community and General Social Resources: Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers >link<
2021 "Why I Left my Priestess Training, Part 1 &2" >Serena Oakley, Willowroot Healing Arts< Attempts to educate on cultural appropriation, willful ignorance of Indigenous issues and spiritual bypassing in the UK.
2021 "Community Ecopsychology: Extending Holistic Approaches" >Carol Koziol, Canadian Ecopsychology Network, May 20< CEN Founder Carol Koziol, PhD, outlines various concepts and approaches that indicate the emergence of a community ecopsychology.
Ecopsychology Voices >Vimeo Channel<
2021 "Ideas Are Like Sweaters" >Sofia Batalha on Medium< Journeying 🌿 between inner and outer landscapes, remembering ancient earth practices, radical presence, active listening, ecopsychology, art and writing.
2021 Good Relative: Recovering European Ancestral Memory by Hilary Giovale >Books & Articles<
2021 >Healing from White Supremacy ~ Articles< by Hilary Giovale. Referencing "What is Cultural Appropriation?" and "From Colonial Rescue to Cultural Genocide" by Pegi Eyers
April 19, 2021 "Resources and Inspiration: Books on Native Wisdom" by Hazel Volk, Deep Roots Ancestral Healing, Vézelay, France, including Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers >link<
March 2021 "Canadian Ecopsychology Network Update" 90+ recordings of CEN gatherings and Ecopsychology Voices interviews, including "Cultural Appropriation" and "The Fine Points of Re-landing (Reindigenization)" by Pegi Eyers. Something for everyone! Access this amazing resource >here<
January 2021 "Pequeno livro da Imanência / Little Book of Immanence" >Sofia Batalha, Conceição Sampaio< Recuperação e aprofundamento dos atributos sagrados da vida / Recovery and deepening of the sacred attributes of life. An invitation to change our perception of reality.
Winter 2020-21 "Sacred Boundaries" by Pegi Eyers, Green Egg: A Journal of the Awakening Earth, #174, Winter 2020 Edition https://greeneggmagazine.com/product/winter2020
December 20, 2020 "The Rainbow Tribe and Visioning 'The One'" by Pegi Eyers, re-post by Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Itazipčola-Mnikwožu Lakȟota), Radio Host/Programmer >First Voices Radio<
December 3, 2020 "The Story of Ecotherapy: Valuing Indigenous Wisdom and the Many Different Ways to Practice Nature Connection Healing" by Linda Buzzell-Saltzman, Alliance for Ecotherapy and Social Justice. >YouTube Video<
2020 "Why Sentience?" Proceedings of the 26th International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA), hosted by Printemps numérique (Montreal Digital Spring), full paper "Sentience as The Antidote to Our Frenzied Mediated Selves" by Alexandra Bal (RTA School of Media, Ryerson University) >www.academia.edu<
November 2020 "Sentience as The Antidote to Our Frenzied Mediated Selves" by Alexandra Bal (RTA School of Media, Ryerson University), International Society of Electronic Arts Conference Proceedings >www.academia.edu<
October 14, 2020 "An Exploration of Four Ecovillages through the Ecoresilient Lens of Spirituality" by Carol Koziol, PhD Thesis.
September 21, 2020 "Gender Trauma: Healing Cultural, Social and Historical Gendered Trauma" by Alex Iantaffi, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2020. >Purchase Link on Amazon< Referencing "Decolonization: Meaning What Exactly?" by Pegi Eyers. "The process of uncolonization gently challenges the memes of Empire (western thinking) in our individual or collective consciousness, and replaces that ideology or action with pre-colonial, or indigenous thinking. For ourselves, our families and our communities, the move toward life-enhancing and creative patterns and compassionate and inclusive solutions, can be a life-long process." Therefore, recognizing that "we have all been colonized" as Eyers states, even though at different times, some of us facing ongoing genocide and others now, how can we participate in decolonizing gender?
June 18, 2020 "Adopting Indigenous Rituals: a Triple-Edged Sword" by Rhian Daniel, Canadian Ecopsychology Network (CEN) >Vimeo Video<
June 16, 2020 "Deva: Our Relationship with the Subtle World" By Jacquelyn E. Lane. >Ebook on Scribd< Related Podcast Episodes, "The New Voice of an Ancient Spirit" with Pegi Eyers on the Future Primitive Podcast
June 8, 2020 "Decolonize Primatology: A Reading List" by Michelle Rodriguez. >Spider Monkey Tales< The goal of this reading list is to curate a list of readings and other media that address understanding the need to decolonize primatology and developing approaches to doing so. Background reading on decoloniality: Decolonization ~ Meaning What, Exactly? by Pegi Eyers
Summer 2020 "Feature on Ancient Spirit Rising: Reclaiming Your Roots & Restoring Earth Community" by Pegi Eyers >The Keene Correspondent<
May 9, 2020 "Book About Late Mom Sheds Light on Finding Wholeness in Brokenness" by Nathan Taylor. Acclaim for Pegi Eyers and Stone Circle Press for book design services. The Mended Mirror: Reflections on Life: Wholeness in Brokenness by Karen Celeste Hilfman >Orillia Matters<
April 2020 "A Confluence of Anticolonial Pathways for Indigenous Sacred Site Protection" by Rachel Ellis and Denielle Perry, Universities Council on Water Resources, Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education, >Academia.edu, Issue 169, Pages 8-26< Referencing Eyers, P. 2017. "Decolonization ~ Meaning What Exactly?" Unsettling America, Accessed February 21, 2020
March 12, 2020 "Spiritual Herstories: Call of the Soul in Dance Research" edited by Amanda Williamson and Barbara Sellers-Young. Ancient Spirit Rising cited in "References" >link<
January 2020 "The Challenge Today......Getting Back to Our Own Indigenous Knowledge" Journal IV, >Digital Sand Painting< Evolving Literary Project
2019 "Political Education: Resources for Study & Training" White Awake: waking ourselves for the benefit of all. A group of resources and study materials to provide a foundational understanding, from the White Awake online courses. >link< Including Ancient Spirit Rising: Practices an excerpt from Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers (European Roots and Earth-Based Traditions).
October 31, 2019 "Falling in Love ~ With the Earth~!" by Pegi Eyers, re-post by Chris Faiers, author of "Eel Pie Island Dharma: A Hippie Memoir," a rare and celebrated example of a haiku/haibun work in Canada. >Riffs & Ripples from ZenRiver Gardens<
October, 2019 "Author Spotlight: Pegi Eyers" by Jo Shaw, Ben Fletcher-Watson and Abrisham Ahmadzadeh. >Dangerous Women: Fifty Reflections on Women, Power and Identity<
September 23, 2019 "It’s Not Eco-Anxiety – It’s Eco-Fear! A Survey of the Eco-Emotions" by Linda Buzzell-Saltzman and Craig Chalquist, editors of Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind >Chalquist.com<
July 14, 2019 "She Says She Married a Pirate's Ghost --- and She Wants You to Stop Calling Her Crazy" by Marisa Iati. Pegi Eyers, author of Ancient Spirit Rising, as source on Amanda Teague for the >Washington Post< July 15, 2019 ~ Reprinted in the >Jewish World Review<
March 20, 2019 "New Book by Pegi Eyers ~ Ancient Spirit Rising" by John Schwartz, This Week in Art/Culture/Entertainment >Orillia Sun Online<
March 2019 "Discours Décolonial, Préfiguration Et Dispositifs : Allié·E·S Et Complices Anarchistes À Montréal" by Benjamin Pillet, Université Du Québec À Montréal >Academia.edu<
February 22, 2019 "Required Reading Including Ancient Spirit Rising" by Jessica L'abbé >Facebook<
January 22, 2019 "Ancestral Legacies, Lost Cultures and Personal Mythmaking: Interview with Janelle Hardy" by Amber Magnolia Hill >Mythic Medicine Podcast<
2018 "Imagined Stories: Repercussions of (Re)telling of Fiction as Fact – An Anthropological Study of Transatlantic Reactions to German Indianthusiasm" by Michelle Thompson, from the PhD thesis for Freiburger Ethnologische Arbeitspapiere >Purchase Link on Amazon<
November 2, 2018 "Of Witches and Ancestral Heritage - a conversation with Lola Pickett" Podcast with Vanessa Couto >Intersection Stories: Purpose + Livelihood<
October, 2018 "Magical Resistance in the Suburbs: Witchcraft in an Age of Rapid Urban Transformation" by Gabrielle Bates, UNSW School of Art & Design, Paddington >Academia.edu<
September 30, 2018 "Ancient Spirit Rising" by Satori, The Edge Holistic Living >The Edge Directory: Holistic Resources<
August 2018 "From Shaman to Witch: A Personal Journey + An Invitation" >Deprogramming Spirituality by Lola Pickett<
2018 "Fragmentation and Assimilation in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine and LaRose" by Irma Garcia >Watermark Volume 12< WATERMARK is an annual scholarly journal published by graduate students in the Department of English, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB)
June 2018 "Fragmentation and Assimilation in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine and LaRose" >Irma Garcia San, Jose State University, ResearchGate<
May 22, 2018 "European Shamanism: 4 Books to Explore Your Lineage in Spirituality" >Lola Pickett<
May 3, 2018 "Religion Media Centre: Guide to Paganism" Sources: Goddess Spirituality, Introduction to Goddess Spirituality by Pegi Eyers >Jennifer Uzzell<
April 27, 2018 "The Blanket Exercise: The Indigenous Rights History We're Rarely Taught: Further Resources" Exploring historical relationships between Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples. Understanding Indigenous history outside of the colonist context. >Nikiah Seeds ~ Ancestral Healing, Ritual, Magic<
April 23, 2018 "Animism beyond the Soul: Ontology, Reflexivity, and the Making of Anthropological Knowledge" by Katherine Swancutt and Mireille Mazard. >Ebook on Scribd< Related Podcast Episodes ~ "The New Voice of an Ancient Spirit" with Pegi Eyers on the Future Primitive Podcast
February 21, 2018 "Ancestors Heal My Heart: Making Peace With My White Skin" >Lola Pickett<
2018 "Before We Were White" Workshop with White Awake. Curriculum including the chapter from Ancient Spirit Rising "We All Have Indigenous Knowledge" by Pegi Eyers >White Awake<
2018 "Tracing the Motherline: Earth Elders, Decolonising Worldview, and Planetary Futurity" by Amba J. Sepie, College of Science, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand >Academia.edu<
2018 "Apocalyptic Dream #9" Poetry by Pegi Eyers published in "Blue Dandelion Blog" curated by Daniel Miess.
2018 "Kawartha Truth and Reconciliation Support Group" Peterborough, Ontario. Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers included in Recommended Resources, brochure and marketing materials
January 18, 2018 "Medicine for Whiteness: the Ancient Cultures of Europe" >Allison Peacock<
September 2017 "The Birth of the Canadian Ecopsychology Network" by Carol Koziol and Linda Buzzell, referring to Ancient Spirit Rising and the work of Pegi Eyers >Ecopsychology Journal<
September, 2017 "This is Where the Poetry Comes Out" Examining the Peterborough Poetry Slam as resistant space-making. Trent University, Nogojiwanong >Melissa Baldwin<
September 1, 2017 "Ancient Spirit Rising Book Launch on September 23, 2017" >TheRecord.com<
August 15, 2017 "Meet Author Pegi Eyers at Chapters Kingston Book Signing" >Kingston Herald<
2017 "Indigenous Peoples: Key Trends that Affect Their Development" by Yulia Nesterova, PhD Candidate in Indigenous Rights and Education at the University of Hong Kong >Academia.edu<
July 18, 2017 "Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers wins 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Award" by Sue Dickens >Trent Hills Independent/Inside Belleville<
July 14, 2017 "Ancient Spirit Rising' by Pegi Eyers wins 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Award"
June 21, 2017 "Author Pegi Eyers wins award for her book Ancient Spirit Rising"
>Peterborough This Week/My Kawartha<
November 24, 2016 "Creative Arts Therapy and Coyote Mentoring at a Waldorf School" by Gabriel Keczan, Kutenai Art Therapy Institute >Academia.edu<
May 27, 2016 "as Anishinaabe audience member in a Poetry Community (that truly works at doing/being better)" by waaseyaa'sin Christine Sy >ANISHINABEWIZIWIN< On the issue of white performance artists or creatives in any space laying claim to "their Elders" and Indigenous forms of expression in some cases denied to First Nations themselves. From the blog: “European Indigenous Knowledges” is a term coined by Pegi Eyers in her book Ancient Spirits Rising. I hyperlinked to this book because the phenomenon of appropriating Indigenous knowledges (and other awful things) needs to stop, and Eyers makes a significant and impressive effort toward supporting this end. I’ve included what I wrote about Eyers’ book for those who would like more insight, from one Indigenous perspective.
>ANISHINABEWIZIWIN all the elements that make up anishinaabe life through ojibway makwa ikawe embodiment + anishinaabe feminist lens<
April 8, 2016 "Racist Message on School Shocked Mother" By Charmaine Magumbe with quotes from Pegi Eyers and Ancient Spirit Rising >Peterborough This Week/My Kawartha<
March 9, 2016 "Is there a fundamental difference in the way we see the world vs. how our ancestors did? And does it have to do with the kind of stories we tell? At Gods & Radicals, Pegi Eyers considers the importance of "mythic stories." >Pagan News Beagle< by Aryós Héngwis
March 14, 2016 "The Cultural Appropriation Primer" by K. Tempest Bradford. Excerpt from the article What is Cultural Appropriation? by Pegi Eyers >K. Tempest Bradford< Speculative Fiction author, media critic, tech journalist and host of ORIGINality.
March, 2016 "iisaak teachings: The New Canoe ~ Respect and Teachings for Settlers." Read The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report: reprint of "Sacred Activism is Solidarity With First Nations" by Pegi Eyers. >iisaak teachings<
December 16, 2015 "A Review of Spiritually-Oriented Books Published in 2015" by Hearth Moon Rising, including Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers, for the MAGO Solstice Program >link<
October 19, 2015 "Tenets of Goddess Spirituality" by Pegi Eyers presented at "Soul & Spirit" discussion "Why the Goddess?" with Feminist Theologian Glenys Peacock, Brisbane Australia >Womenspace<
October 15, 2015 "Whiteness and the Three Levels of Identity" by Tad Hargrave, >Healing from Whiteness< Remembering the Larger Story of History, Additional Reading, Pegi Eyers >Taking Issue With "We Are All One<
October 2, 2015 "Author Pegi Eyers signing copies of her new book Ancient Spirit Rising at Chapters" >The Peterborough Examiner<
October 1, 2015 "Book Launch: Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers" >Arthur: The Peterborough and Trent University Independent Press<
September 10, 2015 "Pegi Eyers to sign books at Chapters Barrie from 1-4 PM" >Barrie Examiner<
May 20, 2015 "Whatever Works: Feminists of Faith Speak edited by Trista Hendren & Pat Daly, reviewed by Mary Saracino" Pegi Eyers calls for solidarity with Turtle Island First Nations women, reminding readers that traditional Indigenous societies were egalitarian and based on the model of the consensus circle, with the emphasis being more on gender harmony than gender equality.
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February 25, 2015 "Pagan Writers Community (PWC) Author Spotlight" >Pegi Eyers<
2013 Pegi Eyers was nominated as a Red Pashmina Woman of Impact. The people of Peterborough recognize women making a difference - women with a story to be told and a legacy to celebrate. Who is a Red Pashmina Woman of Impact? “To most, when met with a challenge, the obvious answer is to walk away.....not hers. To many, a person struggling to find support would go unnoticed.....not by her. To the majority of people, inspiration is the hardest gift to give.....she gives it without even trying. As I write this nomination I find myself thinking back to the countless projects, people, and issues that this woman has dedicated so much time to helping. She is like the brightest star in the night sky - guiding you when you have lost your way, giving you light even when the world seems so dark, ready to take the leap when all you need is a reason to wish, and most of all, she shines bright enough to inspire others to do the same. A woman of impact is not defined by the tasks she accomplishes but rather by the hope and empowerment she inspires in others.” >Red Pashmina Women of Impact<
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April 22, 2018
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