Blog Posts - Gratitude Ceremony



Many Thanks

Though the majority of the U.S. population celebrates an official day of gratitude called Thanksgiving, Native Americans have always had a deep tradition of routinely giving thanks. They have particularly given attention and gratitude to the animals...

Gratitude and Thanksgiving

Though the majority of the U.S. population celebrates an official day of gratitude called Thanksgiving, many cultures have had the same practice of taking time out to express gratitude for the good things in their lives. Native Americans have a deep...

Gratitude Day 3: Rebuilding Foundations and a Ceremony

This weekend was spent, for the majority of the time, without power and without water.  As we are rebuilding parts of my home, we are rebuilding the foundation of the kitchen.  Much of... A contemporary Medicine Woman walking a shamanic pa...
by Shaman Medicine Woman on Nov 4, 2013

Gratitude Day 3: Rebuilding Foundations and a Ceremony

This weekend was spent, for the majority of the time, without power and without water.  As we are rebuilding parts of my home, we are rebuilding the foundation of the kitchen.  Much of the... A contemporary Medicine Woman walking a shamani...
by Shaman Medicine Woman on Nov 4, 2013

Gratitude or Entitlement: Summer Solstice Ceremony

In the darkness of the womb, we only see fire of the spirit, the essence of creator. In this physical plane we are wrapped in colors of the rainbow. Sacred Sister Patricia FedericoSummer Solstice is... A contemporary Medicine Woman walking a shamani...
by Shaman Medicine Woman on Jun 11, 2013


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