November is National Indigenous Heritage Month
On August 3rd 1990, George W. Bush declared November National American Indian Heritage Month also known as Native American Heritage Month.
This month is a time to celebrate and share the many aspects of their culture, traditions and contributions.
As part of our celebration, WindWalkers will be holding a Full Moon ceremony. It will start at 5pm on the 19th and usually lasts at least an hour.
Each moon has its own meaning and animal spirit associated with it. This month's full moon is the Freeze Up moon. The Freeze Up moon teaches us how to travel between different realms of creation and how to become a messenger for the spiritual aspects of life. The animal for this moon is the snake. The snake can teach us about mystery, creation, deep transformation, balance, self defense and healing the feminine within you and your own life force. As the snake sheds its skin so can you shed the burdens of you life and start anew.
Seating is limited so please call ahead to reserve your spot. There is a $20 fee per person that goes to maintaining the space as well as covering the cost of herbs and drums used during the ceremony.
Look forward to seeing you there. Many Blessings Aho.