living and teaching the natural way

Archive for November, 2014

Nov 3, 2014Sacred Pipe Thanksgiving with Sweet Medicine, Friday November 28, Portland, Oregonby Admin

Sacred Pipe Thanksgiving with Sweet Medicine
Friday November 28 7pm-10pm
RAMA – Rainbow Arts Medicine Alliance
3701 SE Belmont ST Portland OR 97214
(Enter via door on SE 37th ST and come UPSTAIRS)

At this time of Thanksgiving, come join in this evening of celebrating the Bounty, and rise our prayers and songs high into the heavens. Sweet Medicine will give us the teachings of the Sacred Pipe and guide us through this sacred ritual for connecting physical and spiritual worlds. “For us who walk this Red Road, it is sacred. The pipe is our prayers in physical form. We will learn this is how we Give thanks and speak our truth.”

Sweet Medicine Nation, (Chickasaw/Choctaw/Irish/French) is a gifted artist, educator, singer, storyteller who guides and initiates with passion, kindness, eloquence, wisdom, and humor, awakening us to the sacred realities present everywhere today. She has been given permission by her Elders to initiate the unfolding of the divine feminine through the House of Flowers Initiation. For over 35 years Sweet Medicine has assisted thousands of people through Rites of Passage ceremonies on 5 Continents. “I dedicated my life to joyfully rekindling the Holy on Mother Earth.”

Sliding scale offering: $25-$45

To reserve your place:
www.ramaship.org
www.facebook.com/rainbowartsmedicinealliance

R.A.M.A. is an Alliance of Healers, Artists, Educators, and Ceremonialists. As a community, we take guidance from the organizing intelligence of Nature, inseparable from that of the heart, and are in service to the growth of regenerative, life-positive culture. R.A.M.A. is a 501c3 nonprofit, a sanctuary in the city, a healing space, a forest medicine laboratory, a song temple, a school of plant lore, an artists’ salon, a Children’s Theater, a dream incubator, and a map to find our way home.

 

Contribute to Four Winds

Support deep connection to nature and spirit. To donate, contact Uta Dunbar via email or by phone at 503-407-7918.