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The Teachings of the Medicine Wheel Day 1

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The Teachings of the Medicine Wheel with Grandfather Rick McBride

NOTE: This is a two day workshop: Saturday April 11 (day 1) and Sunday April 19 (day 2). Each day runs from 9:30am to 5:00pm.

$325 includes 45 page manual; $100 deposit due Saturday 4 April. See link at bottom.

Could the quality of your life be better? Do you consistently reach your goals? Or, do you have a close, personal relationship with mediocrity?

The original principles of the ancient Medicine Wheel as taught in this workshop can help you mature spiritually, psychologically, and emotionally, and thereby direct your life more effectively.

The Medicine Wheel is a dynamic, fluid tool that can help you to systematically improve your life. It is not a collection of predetermined “animal totems” that go in predetermined places on a circle (that you must either memorize or refer to some book for) to guide you in very broad and general ways, a kind of “one size fits all” approach. An approach that couldn’t be any further from what the Wheel is about and what it does.

The Medicine Wheel is specific and personal, and you will learn how to get specific understanding and direction to solve for your individual needs as your life changes and evolves.

You will learn:

  • Principles and Concepts; not Rules, Dictates, or Commandments

  • To Fully Develop and Trust Your Intuition

  • Enhanced Critical/Analytical Thinking

  • To Work with the Deeply Mystical

  • To Fine Tune Your Powers of Observation

  • To Manifest by working with the Spirits, with Confidence

Some of the Benefits of Learning to Use the Medicine Wheel Are:

Create robust physical and mental health before problems begin.

Create mental and emotional conditions most conducive to curing existing issues.

(All healing is Spiritual.)

Eliminate unsupportive patterns, finally and independently.

Maintain emotional balance regardless of what is happening in your life.

Learn to work with your strengths, and to identify and remedy your weaknesses.

Eliminate self-sabotage, the most common reason people “fail.”

Rick McBride is mixedblood Tsalagi (Cherokee) who has been active ceremonially 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 initi (purification lodge), prayer with the Canunpah (Pipe), drum healing and so forth. It has taken him years of dedicated interaction with many Elders, as well as his activities as ceremonial leader to get to this place in his life.


Prepayment is required one week before event. Deposit at $100 or in full at $325.

Dress comfortably, bring hydrating drink, a good lunch, and floor cushion (if you like.)

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