Rowe Center presents:
Discover ancient, ancestral teachings to heal the world’s collective trauma and reconnect with your spiritual source.
Many indigenous ancestral prophecies predicted this present time of upheaval, but they did more than provide a warning. These ancient teachings of Native Americans also provided a map, one that can lead people back into alignment with all that truly matters. This three-day weekend, which is open to all, will create deep roots for spiritual and social change by fusing traditional indigenous teachings with the foundational laws of the universe. Sherri will guide you in examining how the illusion of separation has disconnected people from one another and from the sources of the earth’s survival. Through storytelling, talking circles, and a community fire, you’ll join with others to journey into an indigenous worldview as a means of healing collective trauma and reconnecting with spiritual source. You’ll explore core spiritual values, universal expressions of balance, and the four foundations of self-determined societies as guides for social change — timeless teachings that represent a call to spiritual warriors of all ages and races for direct and wise action now.
Sherri Mitchell (Weh’na Ha’mu Kwasset) is a Native American attorney, teacher, and award-winning activist who grew up on the Penobscot Indian Reservation (Indian Island), Maine, and she is the author of Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change. She is an Indigenous Rights attorney and the executive director of the Land Peace Foundation, an organization dedicated to the protection of Indigenous land and water rights and the Indigenous way of life. Mitchell is the organizer behind “Healing the Wounds of Turtle Island,” a global healing ceremony that rises out of the Wabanaki Prophecy of the Reopening of the Eastern Gate. Her work is featured in the documentary film “Dancing with the Cannibal Giant.”