We host authentic indigenous elders from around the world.
We are building community based on true indigenous wisdom. We are seeking those who truly wish to walk differently upon Mother Earth. We have seen an incredible community form in Santa Barbara, CA through the work of these elders and hope to build a similar community throughout Colorado and California. Our work has been a gift, we have seen people healed of life long illness, those in despair brought to new hope, and a community form based on ceremony that truly heals the place where we stand.
Our past events have included Don Alejandro, a 13th generation Quiche Maya Priest and leader of the Guatemala Counsel of Elders, Angaangaq, Eskimo Shaman from Greenland and Walking Thunder, Dine Medicine Woman. We offer private healing sessions, ceremony, sweat lodge and the prayers and teachings of these magnificent elders to communities throughout Colorado and California.
Our greatest hope is to gather people on the sacred land we have in Florissant at The Sacred Earth Sanctuary located in Pikes Peak National Forest in Colorado. Here we can offer fire circles, drumming, sweat lodge and sacred ceremonies for the healing of Mother Earth. After our first event here last month, nearly half of the people attending stayed on the land for a full day more because the energy created during the event filled those empty spaces in their spirits.
This is a group for those seeking to remember the ancient wisdom that is in our DNA. It is for those who are seeking their own wisdom locked within their indigenous souls. I have heard the mountains sing, seen rain come through our prayers and songs and witnessed healing on the cellular and spiritual level. This is an opportunity to meet some of the most magnificent healers, shamans and spiritual leaders of the world.
As our community grows, sweat lodges, fire circles and many other events will be offered when the indigenous elders are not around. We will build a community based on open hearts, shared gifts and the joy of creating a village of the heart.
I started the group because there wasn't any other type of group like this. I've met some great folks in the group who have become close friends and have also met some amazing business owners.
— Bill, started New York City Gay Craft Beer Lovers