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Integrating Western, Indigenous influences

The Kenosis Spirit Keepers Series presents a two-day event at the North Mountain Visitors Center, 12950 N. 7th St., on Dec. 4-5. Presenters are Eli PaintedCrow and Carla Woody.

The two women share examples from their own lives of integrating Indigenous and Western influences during “Re-Membering the Path,” 7-8:30 p.m. Friday. Woody also will introduce the Re-Membering Process, a model she developed identifying phases of spiritual evolution.

“Spirit Keepers Circle: From Two Worlds to One Reality,” will take place 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday. The circle offers ways to integrate Indigenous sacred values and Western influences to experience daily living from a state of wholeness—rather than compartmentalization or disconnection. Using the Medicine Wheel, Re-Membering Process and experiential processes, participants are encouraged to uncover where they currently are in their journey, where they want to be, and discover how to align daily life through spiritual intent.

Eli PaintedCrow is a Wisdom Keeper, Iraq War veteran, peace activist and founder of Turtle Women Rising. She is committed to strategies that bring healing to the planet and its inhabitants with the knowledge inherited from her ancestors.

Carla Woody is an author, artist and spiritual mentor. In 1999, Carla established Kenosis LLC to support human potential through spiritual travel journeys with Indigenous leaders.

Suggested donations are $10 for Friday night and $50 for Saturday. However, no one turned away for lack of funds. Advance registration is required; call 928-778-1058 or email info@KenosisSpiritKeepers.org.

 

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