The Tobago Center for the Study and Practice of Indigenous Spirituality

The Tobago Center for the Study and Practice of Indigenous Spirituality

An accessible sacred place where people of different spiritual traditions can come together, work, study, practice, and find home within. Everyone is welcome. More »

Reflections on “Revelations” Gathering

Reflections on “Revelations” Gathering

The William Doo Auditorium at the University of Toronto was transformed on the evening of March 23, 2012 from about seven to midnight as we descended, many unknowingly, into the hold of a ship of the kind that would have taken millions captive from the African continent over the course of five centuries. More »

Inaugural Project: The Spirit & The Garden

Inaugural Project: The Spirit & The Garden

Protecting the biodiversity of the Main Ridge Forest Reserve by promoting sustainable medicinal plant agriculture that is anchored in the knowledge and wisdom of indigenous healers, elders and farmers. More »

Stories of self-discovery and healing through medicinal plants

Stories of self-discovery and healing through medicinal plants

Eight students represented their peers in talking about their three month journey of researching plants and how their skepticism morphed into new understandings of the ways in which their own lives were mirrored in the essence of plants. More »

 

Revelations with M. Jacqui Alexander

Revelations with M. Jacqui Alexander

Update: Read about the event on the post Reflections on “Revelations”

 

The Center’s founder and Board Member, M. Jacqui Alexander will be reading from her new work that speaks to the urgency of healing as an ancestral mandate for the present.  Come join us, and bring a friend on March 23rd at the William Doo Auditorium (45 Willcocks Street) at University of Toronto.

Revelations with M. Jacqui Alexander


Shortlisted for an Award from The Rolex Foundation

We have been shortlisted for an Award from the Rolex Foundation of Geneva, Switzerland for The Spirit and the Garden Project. The Foundation supports innovative projects by visionaries who will change the world. The Spirit and the Garden Project was chosen from among 3,512 applications from 154 countries. Early this year, a Jury of 12 renowned scientists, environmentalists and explorers will meet to choose the 5 new Laureates for 2012! Send lots of love and good energy so that we gather the resources we need for this endeavor.

Update:

We’re grateful to have been shortlisted for the Rolex Award and extend our hearty congratulations to the 5 Rolex finalists as they continue this important collective work of transformation.  We know that we’ve come this far by leaning on each other and that we will generate the resources and cultivate enough Love to keep us moving forward.