Love & Healing, A Weekend of Reconciliation with Indigenous Elders
April 21 – 23
Join Pahan Pte San Win and Wanbdi Wakita of BearPaw Teaching & Healing (Manitoba) on their return visit to the Ashram. Come for one day, satsangs or the whole weekend! Wanbdi is a Dakota Spiritual Leader and Sundance Chief; Pahan is Lakota, Cree and Metis and her name means Grey Swan Buffalo Woman. They have spent a lifetime exploring and want to share what they have discovered with you.
7:30-8:30 pm Satsang on Sundance of Women (see below) ; Pahan Pte San Win
10 am–12:30 pm – Activities and reflection on theme of Love
3 – 5:30 pm – Activities and reflection on theme of Healing
7:30-8:30 pm Satsang: The Life of Holy Man; Wanbdi Wakita
10 am-12:30 pm and 3-5:30 pm – Connecting with the Sacred through nature, creativity and ceremony
7:30-8:30 pm Satsang: Songs, prayers, a dedication to Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women
Workshops and satsang by donation.
Overnight accommodation – $70 per person
12:30 pm Lunch $13; 6 pm Dinner $18
Please pre-register: 250-227-9224; Registrations@yasodhara.org
A Vision of a Sundance of Women
All workshop and satsang donations will support a Vision that was revealed to Pahan for a Sundance of Women.
Women will dance for four days fasting from food and water to bring about a great outpouring of the healing medicine of Love. The Spirits of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will be honoured. Family members are invited to join us along with all who want to unite for the purpose of healing and harmony.
Location: Sundance grounds, Sioux Valley Dakota Nation, Manitoba.
Date: August 2 – 6, 2017 (2017 – 2020 – 4 days for 4 years)
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