In this new and innovative class, attendees will be taught the ancient teachings of the sacred Medicine Wheel as a tool and guide to dig deeply into their roots, their beliefs and their automatic responses to discover the truth that lies within.
The Medicine Wheel has been taken and replicated by other cultures without understanding and, in many cases, without respect. Here, individuals will learn to use this sacred tool the way it was meant to be used, to help augment the internal search for truth and balance.
What will attendees learn in this class?
Through shared stories and narratives; exercises; meditations; small breakouts, ceremonies and practices, individuals will be able to access and learn about:
The history and meaning behind the Medicine Wheel
The meaning and purpose of using the four directions in their daily life
Mending the autonomous self, by using the medicine wheel as a tool and guide and focusing on one core issue at a time as it arises.
Addressing inconsistencies, personal struggles and challenges through a Native American teaching
What ones’ culture really is and how to master its’ gifts
To use the medicine wheel in life to help get through the difficult lessons
Understanding the sense of purpose of the animal spirit guide
To dig deep to acknowledge who we really are
About resiliency - to recognize when we are out of balance, understand what caused the imbalance and learn how to regain balance
To recognize and create our choices where we thought you had none
To heal our internal processes and build on the sacredness within
The Medicine Wheel, as pictured above, is used as the primary tool to help understand the blocks that have formed in our lives through experiences and perceived limitations. As humans, we have been exposed to beliefs that have brought us to a place of seeing ourselves as limited, flawed and damaged individuals. In this class we do not give psychological or therapeutic advice or guidance but help individuals to search deeply within themselves to find the answers from their own knowing by using the Medicine Wheel to recognize the whole self.
We will analyze the assumptions we make and self-deceptive attributes to identify the inculturation that has occurred, sometimes unconsciously. We will look at self-worth issues and learn to recognize the value we each have through the contributions we offer to our communities. By examining religion and spiritual beliefs we can identify childhood influences and emotional wounds and fears.
We will come to an understanding that we are not alone and that our perception of separation is a construct of society. We will examine violence and anger to better understand the role that culture has played in the formation of these behaviors in our personal lives and in society.
As we transition from these issues into the “mending” of the self, the Medicine Wheel helps us examine our senses, feelings, intimacy, balance, transformation of experiences, breaking patterns, respect, communication, commitment and resiliency.
Through the guidance of these Native American teachings we will do exercised to gain understanding of how an animal spirit can assist us in our daily lives.
Some questions to ponder in considering attending this class would be:
What makes up my culture?
What is different in my culture than others?
Where do I come from?
What do I most connect with; land, ideology, cultural perspectives, a feeling, a relative or ancestor?
How do I identify when I speak of myself to others?
We Welcome you to this New Cycle, this New Time, this New Dimension.
We Welcome you to the 5th Dimension and the Feminine Energies of Mother Earth.
We Welcome you to Awakening; The Next Sense....
Mending the Sacred Self
Identifying Cultural Roots; Adapting to Today’s Needs:
a Native American teaching
Geri Tremmel; Beatriz "Bee" Jimpson; Lisa Farr
Germaine Tremmel has an international law degree from Cambridge University and is a member of Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. Her Lakota name is "Lady Seen by Her Nation", and is the granddaughter of Chief Sitting Bull. Germaine has defended the rights of indigenous peoples around the world and is committed to working with the United Nations to fight injustice and to teach awareness on an international level.
Lisa Farr loves life and embraces what it brings her. She finds it easy to laugh, cry, and enjoy the moments she experiences. Challenging her beliefs and perceptions is important for her, and she has molded her life by perusing the unknown within, and expanding on new discoveries. Lisa loves to learn, create, discover, and peer around the corner to see what is there. Her desire and interest is to empower those around her with this curiosity of life and love.
Beatriz “Bee” Jimpson is a bi-lingual; multi-cultural intuitive, world traveling healer, teacher, coach and writer. She teaches her work internationally and is dedicated to serving and helping others on their path to discovering their Higher Selves and their own sacred healing ability through expanded consciousness and awareness of the Divine Feminine
We invite you to take a next and different step in your personal and spiritual development by sharing this time with us and learning new skills.
Special Class in Asheville NC
March 17 & 18, 2018
Limited Space by Invitation only