Prayer, Honor and Healing Ceremony

February 3, 2011 § 2 Comments

Noche de Cultura Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos

Friday January 28, 2011 – The Indigenous Cultures Institute presented another community event in the ‘Noche de Cultura’ series (in conjunction with the Powwow in the Schools Program) with a performance & presentation by Mark Standing Eagle Baez

Here is a short video clip featuring scenes from the evening with Mark’s description of the importance of prayer, honor and healing for our communities and ourselves.  Music provided by Dr.Mario Garza from his CD release Mahtzo’s Lament. The selection is titled ‘Honor Song’.

 

Noche de Cultura - click image to see schedule of upcoming events

The Noche de Cultura, seven-month series was developed in conjunction with the Indigenous Cultures Institue ‘Powwow in the Schools Program’, to provided performances and educational presentations about the Hispanics’ indigenous identity.

Mark Standing Eagle Baez received his B.A. from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio & his Masters (Psychology) from North Central University in Prescott, Arizona. Currently he is working on his Ph.D in General Psychology where he will be trained in a variety of settings (i.e. research and field experience).  He believes in the importance of keeping a balance in life and living in harmony.

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