Anderson Hoskie is a Dine’ Hatałii, traditional medicine man. He resides with his wife and children near Gallup, New Mexico.
His healing work is oriented from the Beauty Way, the mending of separation, chaos and trauma within. His ceremonies are therapeutic and they restore generosity, balance and harmony within the patient’s innermost sense of self.
Anderson is also a member of the Navajo traditional Medicine Men Association, hired by the Navajo Tribe as a Traditional Practitioner. He also performs a variety of diagnostic and ceremonial sessions for patients within his private practice.
Anderson is also affiliated with healers worldwide. He has traveled to Japan, Australia and throughout the United States in unity with indigenous colleagues, and performing ceremonies for planetary unification and restoration. He is well versed in cross-cultural views, and honors diversity.
Some of Anderson’s specialities include; restoring mental clarity, calming addictive behaviors, restoring physical imbalances, establishing connection with nature as healer, restoring natural weather patterns, Blessingway and Beautyway sings, plant medicines from Nature’s pharmacy, Eagleway sing, stargazing methodology, horse medicine, the sweat lodge, and various other gifts of restoration for the human.
Anderson is also sought out for his master weaving abilities and related knowledge. He also is expert regarding indigenous foods, sacred sites, mountain polarities, and Nature’s signs and symbols that we draw to us as guidance for our highest good.
Registration information for BeautyWay 2020, April 10-12 at La Mesa Ranch.