I am running up and down in my own living room.
What a contrast to the above image!
I feel full of nervous Energy!
Energy waiting for release and directions
What to do first,
What to attend to, what to leave for later, what can wait a day or 2…..
I am on a cultural roller coaster!
Let me tell you guys what’s up:
Well, A week ago we were at the Haudenosaunee Longhouse teaching with our Mohawk friends and yet again received powerful teachings, feasted, laughed and danced……
I should sit down and jot down these teachings, so I remember –
– – the words…..
Mohawk is a tricky language and I only understand the Sache’m, when I go into trance and what he says comes in – in pictures……
Often later he or J. translates and then I am amazed, how accurate it is!
We were away on a mini vacation for a week – over to Bon Echo Provincial Park to canoe and see the pictographs that the Anishenabeg Ancestors drew into the mighty rocks rising out of Mazinaw Lake.
While there, I received a VERY powerful vision and Medicine Teachings directly from- –
? – Yea – where DID they come from?
The Spirits –
I can not classify it any better, because that would mean labelling the experience and thereby limiting it, make it smaller, maybe more manageable to my little Bird brain, but also “cutting it down”…….
As of right now, I do not dare to do that……
Coming home from this trip we of course had to immediately attend to “modern mundane life” = yet another Farmer’s Market to go to, set up and sell our own handmade Bearpaw Jewellery…
Also of course finding orders in the e-mail, phone messages from family, friends, students and clients, deal with a broken down car and an empty fridge…..
That out of the way I had to hustle and get cracking on my homework for my on line Curandera course and then write the exam for this last week…..
Mexican Folk Healing, Healing Plants, Temazcal teachings and Risa Terapia = Laughter Therapy….
The differences and the similarities of doing a “Limpia” = cleansing prayer over a patient – as done in Mexico versus how I do it in my own practice according to my Ancestor’s and my family teachings or how it would be done in Nepal……..
It all brought me back to the many winters in the mid 1980 that we lived travelled and worked in Mexico…..
I also much enjoy being able to use my Spanish language knowledge, that up here in Canada can easily get rusty…..
Never mind all the Aztec words I remember the yerberas and curanderas using, when selling the Herbs in the Markets……
Well, my exam passed I now will go for a little walk out into Mother Nature, swish swush through a deep carpet of fall leaves, breath deeeeep, clear my head a little,and then –
– Return to write my Medicine Diary/ journal about what happened in Bon Echo and – eventually tell you guys all about it 🙂