Coming in 2015 Start the coming year off by calling in your plant allies, creating sacred space, ceremony, and personal healing with Shamana Flora: The Everyday Sacred 28 Day Journey For the length of the First Moon Cycle of 2015- Join me for daily practices, journeys, challenges and plant wisdom delivered to your inbox to … Continue reading The Everyday Sacred- 28 Day Journey
When we need to ask for help- Prayer and Blessing Ceremonies
Sometimes in life, we come to a place of needing to realign, affirm, intend, bless, and offer gratitude. A despacho (blessing) ceremony is ideal for those times, when life asks for an investment of your energy, feeling and intention. Traditionally despacho ceremony is offered as a gift to the land spirits, at the beginning of … Continue reading When we need to ask for help- Prayer and Blessing Ceremonies
Honoring the Spirit of Corn 2.0 – The Sacred in the Mundane
On Saturday afternoon I gathered community around me,in a circle to honor the spirit of corn. Corn- long considered a sacred plant to native cultures that depended on it- has become a very strong ally and teacher to me in the last few years. I offered a similar ceremony a year ago, and you … Continue reading Honoring the Spirit of Corn 2.0 – The Sacred in the Mundane
Honor the Spirit of Corn: Ceremony & Despacho – Nov 9, 2013
Honor the Spirit of Corn: Ceremony & Despacho Nov 9, 2013 at 4 pm At The Harmony Hut Healing Arts Collective , 2004 E Spring St by Donation ($10-20) Questions and RSVP to Darcey- firstname.lastname@example.org Corn has been a sacred plant ally of American peoples for thousands of years. It provided food, sacred relationship with the … Continue reading Honor the Spirit of Corn: Ceremony & Despacho – Nov 9, 2013
What is Sacred?
What is SACRED? Everything. It is all sacred. It is all divine. We are divine. We are sacred. Each breath, each step, each moment, each mundane task. Even the dishes. Even scrubbing the toilet. That is what Spirit imprinted into my mind during the last rite of Munay - Ki last night. I … Continue reading What is Sacred?