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Saturday, April 21 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
Ancestral Flamekeeping LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

In Ancestral Flame Keeping, attendees will learn how to celebrate their own unique ancestry and how to keep the memories and spirits of their ancestors alive.

No matter where your lineage stems from, or how it has been colonized, conquered, reshaped and forgotten, there are ancient rites passed down from the furthest reaches of your genetic inheritance-- rites available to you because they sing through your blood. No spiritual entity is more invested in your health and well-being than your ancestors-- they literally lived and died for you.

In this workshop you'll how to honor and connect with your ancestors through culturally appropriate expressions. You'll learn how food connects us to our ancestors, how to create an ancestral altar, how to involve your ancestors in your daily and spiritual life and how to make steps towards cultural reparation, where necessary. We may also touch on connecting with the ancestors during the dreamtime. We'll begin with introducing ourselves and our ancestors to the ancestors of the land where the workshop is being held. 

Please wear weather-appropriate clothing to this outdoor workshop. Conversation, lecture, Q and A, introducing the ancestors that are with us to the ancestors of the land and learning how to respectfully gather items from the earth for altars are all part of this workshop.

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Darla Antoine

Ancestral Activist
Darla Antoine is an Okanagan tribal member, an ancestral healer and an ancestral activist. She uses her experience as a mixed-race woman, her master’s degree in intercultural communication and her training as an ancestral healer and spiritual worker to help spiritual seekers connect... Read More →

Saturday April 21, 2018 10:00am - 12:00pm
Trails - Meet in Front of Lodge

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