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Flowering Vine Path - Ceremony and Healing

The Spiritual Path

Our Purpose is to provide a safe and powerful space for those seeking health and healing through Self-Awareness. The proper training and practice are essential for any Spiritual Seeker, and especially before and after undergoing a shamanic retreat. We employ global traditions to provide you the highest quality offerings possible.

Because of the recent popularity of Ayahuasca and Kambo Medicine, people ask about Native Healing and Ceremony. From PTSD to diabetes, Consciousness Psychonauts and average people, they come seeking healing and growth.

The ancient peoples of the Americas held secret keys to Inner Vision and Personal Power, and we are sharing these traditions through seminars and retreats with people in NY and New Mexico.

We are associated with the Church of the Spiritual Path, which is a Federally recognized Church. Courtni "StarHeart" Hale is an ordained Minister (Medicine Person) and shares a rare lineage of uninterrupted Shamanic Culture from the Southwest US.

We hold authentic Ceremony and assist you in asking the right questions before you sign up for a Journey, abroad or here. We will also help connect you with classes and groups for support both before and after your Journey.

Your Journey is just beginning with Medicine Ceremony. The rest is up to you in your daily practices!

Below Find a List of Common Medicines used throughout the Americas for your reference.

https://youtu.be/YtW0Ha-844Y

The Organizer of this group has 15+ years experience in holistic health and ceremony. Courtni “StarHeart” is a licensed and Federally registered Minister (Medicine Person) in the Church of the Spiritual Path, a Native Church founded by Grandmother Flordemayo, Tata Patricio Dominguez and other Elders in New Mexico. Spiritual Lawyers, Energy Mechanics, Chiefs and Shaman, these Elders align with Mother Earth...I specialize in holding Medicine Ceremony and Teaching Meaningful Culture.

Fear to Freedom through Inner Power. In the tradition of the Pueblo tribes of The Southwest, this Ceremony is simple yet powerful, in a Circle of Light sometimes known as a Kiva. After 100s of Ceremonies, Sacred installations, and Gardens from NY to NM, StarHeart initiates Spiritual seekers in the Divine Feminine energies already elevating in our times. You have been called to contribute to a huge awakening. Its time!

When you join this group you are joining a Federally recognized organization. When you come to your first ceremony or gathering, you will receive an ID card. You have the right as a US Citizen to practice the religion of your choice and under the Freedom of Religion Act you are allowed to engage in a medicine ceremony if you are a member, in a Ceremony, and with a trained and registered guide of that tradition.

We can in no way defend your rights for you, but we can help you to be familiar with what they are, and to also help you find the right retreat for you, abroad, or legally in the US. Being part of a legitimate Ceremony helps you develop spiritually in a safer way, and helps protect your rights as well.

http://www.onepeopletribalnation.org/church_home.htm

What is Ceremony?

What is Sacred Ceremony? What Can it Do For me?

The top 5 Benefits listed for Ceremony - 1) Healing Depression, 2) Improving Physical Disease such as Cancer, 3) Improving and Releasing Trauma/ PTSD 4) Expansion of Consciousness 5) Facilitates the Inner Process of Healing through Self Awareness. (Soul-Herbs.com)

My Experience with Journeying

Of the many Medicines I have worked with during my personal growth and Shamanic Training of 7 years, Grandmother Tea has unique healing properties, and is rightfully called “Abuela” or Grandmother.

For me, the experience is one of Going Within, and realizing that our Feelings truly matter, and that they actually frame our entire existence. These feelings and limiting beliefs which essentially guide our lives silently from below our Conscious Awareness can easily be moved with the assistance of Grandmother.

Even after 20 years of yoga, Native Shamanic Training and daily meditation, there were places inside of me where I was fearful, where there was deep trauma, past life, ancestral and early childhood. Grandmother held my hand and made me feel brave, that I could confront and accept my grief, and my fear of acknowledging it was all that had stopped me. Grnadmother gave me back my birthright, to feel joy, to feel free, to communicate freely with the beautiful world around me, inside and out.

Kambo

Kambo is a medicine that comes from frog secretion, and for many indigenous cultures in the Amazon, this purgative, immunity-boosting medicine is very important. Known in Portuguese as the “vaccine of the forest,” it has also gained renown outside of the Amazon as a powerful treatment for chronic pain and drug dependence.

Kambo is powerful medicine and shouldn’t be administered except under the care of an experienced practitioner. A practitioner can help guide you to gain the maximum benefits from a kambo application, helping you to set an intention before the ceremony, ensure proper set and setting during the ceremony, and integrate the experience afterward.

Benefits of Kambo

Research conducted since the 1980s has shown the chemical makeup of kambo to contain short chains of amino acids, known as peptides, that affect gastrointestinal muscles and blood circulation as well as stimulate the adrenal cortex and pituitary gland in the brain. While there are no clinical studies that definitely back up kambo’s efficacy, the properties of kambo peptides make it a promising treatment for the following conditions:

Depression

Migraines

Blood circulation problems

Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease

Vascular insufficiency

Organ diseases

Cancer

Fertility problems

Deeply rooted toxins

Chronic pain

Addiction to opiate or prescription painkillers (Kambo reduces physical pain, thus helping people kick their addictions to other painkillers)

Fever and infections

Negative energies (traditionally known as “panema”)

How Kambo is Administered

In the Amazon, kambo is traditionally collected early in the morning, when the Phyllomedusa bicolor—the giant monkey frog from which the venom is derived—are singing and can easily be found. Without harming them, a shaman scrapes venom from the frog’s skin with a stick. The venom is then administered to a person via small holes that are burned into the top few layers of their skin, usually on the arm. Because of its purging and cleansing properties, kambo is often used as a precursor to an ayahuasca ceremony, which is also used by many of the same tribes.

Undertaking a kambo ceremony can be an intense experience, but leaves you feeling relaxed after about an hour. While the experience is not for everyone, Kambo’s cleansing effects begin within minutes of administration, and it leaves most people feeling less pain in the days and weeks after treatment.

Moon Lodge, Drum Journey, Sweat Lodge and Pipe Ceremony are all also considered “Medicine” but since they are not substances, we will leave this discussion for later.

Courtni “StarHeart” is a licensed and Federally registered Minister (Medicine Person) in the Church of the Spiritual Path, a Native Church founded by Grandmother Flordemayo, Tata Patricio Dominguez and other Elders in New Mexico. Spiritual Lawyers, Energy Mechanics, Chiefs and Shaman, these Elders align with Mother Earth...I specialize in holding Medicine Ceremony and Teaching Meaningful Culture.

Fear to Freedom through Inner Power. In the tradition of the Pueblo tribes of The Southwest, this Ceremony is simple yet powerful, in a Circle of Light sometimes known as a Kiva. After 100s of Ceremonies, Sacred installations, and Gardens from NY to NM, StarHeart initiates Spiritual seekers in the Divine Feminine energies already elevating in our times. You have been called to contribute to a huge awakening. Its time!

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