Exploring Metaphor in Native American Story


Understanding Metaphor in Native American Story Saturday 12 October start @ 1:00pm to 2:30pm $20 Grandfather Rick McBride

Often thought of as simple, even childish allegories, Native American stories are much more profound than most people realize. Humans learn literally every bit of knowledge we carry through metaphor, the study of which is becoming a major field of linguistics. Given the enormous differences in common culture and indigenous world and universal understanding, exposing yourself to these stories can help expand your spiritual maturity and tear down the many boxes imposed by common culture.

About Grandfather Rick: Rick McBride is mixedblood Tsalagi (Cherokee) who has walked the Red Road for over 35 years. He was named Cante Lute (Schan-tay Lou-tuh) by the spirits through his sundance chief, which means Red Heart. He is a sundancer and has been traditionally trained and authorized to lead ceremonies, such as inipi (purification lodge), prayer with the Canunpah (Pipe), drum healing and so forth.

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