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Balancing Heaven and Earth and Sacred Hoop

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August 13, 2014

Balancing Heaven and Earth with Denise Iwaniw 

"Kohola, the Whale Nation, Singing the new Song of Creation to us, the Seeds of Light". Guest, Jan Beaver, Yellow Cloud Woman, is Anishinaabe from Alderville First Nation in Ontario, Canada. She is a traditional dancer, a sacred pipe carrier, an educator, a children's author and co-facilitator of shamanic training programs based on the Way of the Circle for the Canadian Centre for Shamanic Studies at Northern Edge Algonquin retreat center in central Ontario. Jan has been on the path of spiritual illumination since a profound experience at the age of 12. She has made sacred journeys around the world at the request of Spirit to work with the ancestors, the Earth and the energy fields. Jan has written 6 books for children and youth, all centered around spirit and her Indigenous roots. She holds deep heart-felt gratitude for all of her many teachers from Nature, the 4 directions of the Sacred Hoop, the Star Nations and the many realms seen and unseen.

Sacred Hoop with Neshi Lokotz 

The Sense of Belonging - Have you ever felt like you are out of step with others? Have you ever felt like you just don’t quite fit in either your family or your peer group? We search to belong, to belong with others who understand us and accept us. Understanding the sense of belonging is another aspect of emotional healing. Our soul craves, desires, the experience of belonging. Neshi has always wondered why so many people are attracted to Native American beliefs and way of life. There are many who have shared with Neshi that a parent or grandparent is Native American but grew up away from the culture. There are others who are children of a Native American parent but were not connected to that parent and the Native American culture. They yearn for the understanding of that part of themselves as well as a sense of belonging.