Lonebear Speaks: The Fourth Teaching - Star Light, Star Bright

I have been listening and learning from David Lonebear's words since August of 2012. He has only been sharing these teachings publicly since July of 2012. These teachings have had an incredible impact on my life, in all areas. I am so grateful to be a part of this, we are building an amazing community.....it has been such an amazing experience to watch as people transform their lives right in front of my eyes....stepping more into who they really want to be, bettering their relationships, and applying these teachings in their lives in their own way.

 

We invite you to be a part of this amazing event!

 

Join David Lonebear Sanipass, Sagen and Spiritual Leader of the Mi'kmaq Nation for an evening of celebration and talk.

 

The Fourth Teaching including Star Teachings, Star Math and Star Travelers.

Live performances by Meg Yates and Jayleen Hayden.

Join us for an evening with David Lonebear Sanipass as he discusses the Star Teachings. Our evening will conclude promptly by 9:00 PM.

April 25, 2013, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Portland High School Auditorium
284 Cumberland Avenue, Portland, Maine 04101


This is free and open to the public.
Please feel free to share this invitation.
No RSVP requested.

 

 

ABOUT DAVID

David Lonebear Sanipass is the last remaining Sagen, or Spiritual Leader, of the Mi’kmaq Nation. The Mi’kmaq (pronounced mi-gah-mah) are an indigenous people presently located in Maine and Canada, though originally they populated areas from Boston, Massachusetts northward into Canada.


David’s birth was prophesied by elders over 300 years before his birth. He was trained extensively from birth by tribal elders who guided his education. His childhood was spent on Lonebear Mountain, near the Canadian border, individually tutored by Mi’kmaq Elders and teachers from around the world. He was destined to become the Sagen who would communicate traditional wisdom with the non-native world, a departure from the traditional role.


It was this deep initiation into traditional spiritual practice and knowledge that shaped David and informs him now. As Sagen he is the ‘translator of Spirit. He was raised with the traditional Mi’kmaq belief that humans are in relationship with spirit and can be guided by Spirit. The relationship of human, spirit,  Mother Earth and the Creator are primary. The human is considered a powerful energy source.


Spirit, as understood by David’s tradition, exists in physical dimension but not in the electromagnetic spectrum of light that we see, nor on an auditory scale we can hear. David has vast experience of being open and available to this level of creation and shares from this depth.


David is clear it is time to share this traditional wisdom. Not to give it away. Not to have it taken, but to share in order to guide our selves, our community, and our world toward spiritual advancement necessary to step into our roles as humans in a changing universe.

He practices and teaches radical kindness and leads others to experience their inner light and inner awakening with simple guidance.

 

 


The Friends of David Lonebear Sanipass will provide an offering basket, on David's behalf, if you wish to donate as an act of appreciation.

Can't attend in person? Tune in via USTREAM!
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lonebear-speaks-mik-maq-teachings-of-the-great-shift

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  • Jennifer - "Sole S.

    Are children allowed or is this an appropriate setting for children? My son is five, trying to find coverage so i might attend alone however.

    1 · April 10, 2013

    • Jaclyn

      Children have come to these events in the past. The event is from 6-9pm with music usually in the beginning and then the talk on stage, there won't be anything that would be inappropriate.

      April 11, 2013

    • Jaclyn

      Yes, this event will be appropriate for children

      April 16, 2013

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