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The Mountains are Calling: A Festival of Higher Awareness updates!

  • Aug 4, 2013 · 9:00 AM
  • The Land of Daniel Strawn

 

The Mountains are Calling!

We've added more of our indigenous brothers and sisters to share their wisdom!

Art Cisneros, Chumash Firekeeper and Laura Alonzo de Franklin, Consejera Espiritual Curandera

 

 

I'm so excited to see so many of you are coming.  We are expecting between 500 and 1000 attendees and I am looking forward to meeting my meetup friends whom I haven't yet met.

This will be an extraordinary opportunity to experience a day of Music, Healing Practitioners, Indigenous Elders and much more on the Beautiful Land of Daniel Strawn. All donations benefit Tierra Sagrada, The Sacred Earth Foundation.

 

Tom Fuhrman and friends will offer Kirtan

Gong Bath with Ann Martin

Dances of Universal Peace with Timothy Dobson

Opening Ceremony will be offered by Grandmother Walking Thunder, Dine' Medicine Woman.

Maile Ngema Lama of Nepal will offer ceremony and both will offer private healing work throughout the day.

The complete schedule can be seen at http://www.festivalofhigherawareness.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music will be offered throughout the day with performances  by Dan Ault on violin and mandolin, David Churchill on piano, The Four Winds on Native American Flute, rhythms and guitar, Remy Kachadourian on guitar performing Latin, European and Original music, Muriel Shickman will offer folk music through her beautiful voice, harmonica and guitar!

Jessica Johnson will offer a new twist to Appalachian music.

 

Silent Auction and dozens of local healers and shamanic practitioners will share their gifts.

Join us for this day of wonder, laughter, music and spirit!

Food and Merchandise vendors including food from Himalaya Restaurant

Tierra Sagrada, The Sacred Earth Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to The conservation of indigenous cultures, their territories and their wisdom. All donations are tax deductable and the festival activities are offered by donation.

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  • Michael C.

    I was so impressed with this festival. The indigenous presenters were outstanding in every way. I thoroughly enjoyed their presence and gifts they brought. I saw a genuineness in all the folks participating that is a rare thing to experience. Thanks so much to Pati, Daniel, and all those who made this happen. I'm ready for more!

    August 6, 2013

  • Annie

    Is there any camping available? I should be there!

    July 30, 2013

  • pati t.

    Hello all,
    If anyone knows someone who would like to get involved in our festival, we're expecting 1500 attendees. We still need food vendors, vendors of merchandise and more donations for the silent auction. If you know of anyone who may be interested, please have them contact me at: [masked]
    love to all

    June 5, 2013

    • Michael C.

      Pati, I am interested in a vendor spot. I make and sell didgeridoos. I also make rattles, smudging feathers and other misc. craft/spiritual items.

      June 5, 2013

    • pati t.

      Hi Michael,

      July 5, 2013

  • pati t.

    This day is so packed with incredible spiritually transforming people, we are going to be so filled with joy when it is done! thank you for letting me know you are coming Lindsay and Thomas!

    May 28, 2013

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