Ceremony is the unique honoring of indigeneity that we all carry within ourselves, and feeding of our souls through the beauty of Nature's teachings.
As a child, I was gifted with healing abilities, and an understanding of how to trust the natural world intuitively. I experienced many visions, some in the dream state, some during my extensive time in nature, and others simply through spiritual initiation.
Later, I found myself residing with various Native American wisdom keepers. They assisted in refining my gifts. I have also, as a way of life, traveled worldwide to study and learn from spiritual masters. All of these teachings have spoken the same truth, that all there is, is love, and everything else is a misdirected energy.
Ceremony is not for everyone. Those called to this aspect of my work are invited to visit with me more to explore a deeper diving into our inner mysteries. These vast recesses hold treasures that we discover through the process of exploration and letting go, and letting love have us.
Varying types of ceremony:
- Deeper spiritual understanding and learning how to navigate higher consciousness from a place of soul freedom.
- Emotional or mental congestion or blockages that keep us from living in our purpose, our passion.
- Relational ~ couples, business partners, organizations, and individuals learning how to operate from higher integrity and transparency.
- Adolescent preparation for adulthood while fostering their sense of self, clear boundaries and operating from their unique perspective.
- A deepening relationship with Nature and learning how to allow the natural world to guide us intuitively.
- The human condition, alienation from self, others, issues of worthiness, restoring physical, emotional, mental health. I utilize my therapy skills within ceremony.
- The uses of fire, as a transformational tool.
- Home and business space blessings, ushering in higher consciousness, spiritual health, balance, beauty, harmony, integration.
- Tipi uses, ways to create your own ceremonial space, sweat lodge construction. I follow the Southern Cheyenne and Dine' teachings around the sweat lodge, stemming from my time with Eugene Blackbear Sr, (Southern Cheyenne), Harrison Jim (Dine'), Dan Y. Begay (Dine') and Anderson Hoskie (Dine'). My tipi teachings have been passed along from Eugene Blackbear Sr. and Dixie Rineheart (Southern and Northern Cheyenne, respectively).
- Mentoring those with healing gifts that are learning how to use their "superpowers."
- Some teachings are only to be exchanged in the most sacred of places like ceremony. A divinely orchestrated time and event can occur to share with others who have shown the capacity to utilize such teachings and knowledge as way of being of service to others.