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The Forked Stick

Nov 25, 2015

Show 15 – ‘Child Spirit’


In this show, Nikiah Seeds and John-Luke Edwards explore the essence of ‘Child Spirit’; in the Sagh’ic Tradition children are often referred to as ”The wild song of the Stars”

And so we ask what is this wildness, this sense of ‘the free ones’ and is it something that as an adult cognitive world we have lost or forgotten.


Mia Kalef was a Doctor of Chiropractic for 18 years and during that time founded Emerging Families, a centre for therapy, research, and education for prebirth and birth.  She has practiced as a Craniosacral Therapist for 20 years.  Her book, The Secret Life of Babies: How Our Prebirth and Birth Experiences Shape Our World, was released in its second edition in 2014.  She served as a personal assistant to one of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, is an Orphan Wisdom Scholar with Stephen Jenkinson, and a student of Sandra Ingerman's Shamanic Journeying.  She lives in Vancouver, Canada.

She has recently released her Homecoming: A Four Week Journey on Becoming Your Own Healer,. 

Her book is available from Amazon at;



Elana Epstein has worked with children in many diverse realms over the past 25 years, Elana meets them in a heartfelt and honest manner. Her belief is that to honour the children is to honour the purest form of life. 



In December of 2012, Kurt Bestor dedicated his heartfelt song, "Prayer of the Children" to our children lost in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on December 14th, 2012


“The Joy I feel’ a field recording by Tim Gregory; The music of East Africa often reflects the joyful spirit of the people and this medley serves as a great example. His choral arrangement available through Hal Leonard Corporation which is a United States music publishing company founded in Winona, Minnesota, by Harold "Hal" Edstrom, his brother, Everett "Leonard" Edstrom, and fellow musician Roger Busdicker.


“I Love You Song” for Children. Valentine's Day song with hearts and lyrics! Sing and dance!




“This little light of mine” sung by The African Children's Choir, which is a large choir made up of children ages 7 to 12 from several African nations. Since its inception, the choir has included children from Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Nigeria, and Ghana.


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