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Lift the Earth: Bringing Peace To Our Ancestors (Single Day Option)

September 22 - September 22, 2019

Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim

Grandmother Clara Shinobu Iura

Grandmother Mona Polacca

Grandmother Rita Blumenstein

Grandmother Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance

Grandmother Flordemayo

Grandmother Maria Alice Campos

Chief Phil Lane

Dr. Henrietta Mann

Jussara Korngold

Robert A.F. Thurman

Maya Tiwari

Anne Marie Miller

Tim Guinee

Julia Walsh

unnamed (3)Taking place on World Peace Day and the Fall Equinox, LIFT THE EARTH is a four-day event, from September 19-22, which includes the participation of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, Dr. Henrietta Mann, Chief Phil Lane, Dr. Robert Thurman and other spiritual leaders and activists from around the world.This gathering will include interactive dialogue, prayer circles and teachings on ancestral healing, water and land issues, and the future for the generations to come.Join us for this special event and participate in this world-wide collective prayer for outer and inner peace.SINGLE DAY COMMUTER RATE - (No meals included)Program Tuition: $174+1 Day Commuter Fee (No Meals): $25
  • Lunch and dinner will be available for purchase provided by Veggie Oassis food tent on site
* Note:  This is a single day pass option only. If you would like to book more than one day please book through the appropriate number of days event option.
 ScheduleFriday, September 20th
  • 6am Sweatlodge
  • 7:30 - 9am Breakfast
  • 9:30am Opening Ceremony – Grandmothers Prayer Ceremony
  • 12 - 1:30pm Lunch
  • 2:30pm Bringing Peace to Our Ancestors: Our Shared Heritage - Grandmother Bernadette, Grandmother Maria Alice, Chief Phil Lane and Maya Tiwari
  • 6 -  7:30pm Dinner
  • 8pm Panel on Reincarnation – Dr. Robert Thurman, Maya Tiwari and Jussara Korngold
Saturday, September 21st
  • 6am Sweatlodge
  • 7:30 - 9am Breakfast
  • 10am World Peace Day – Chief Phil Lane, Grandmothers Council and Special Guests
  • 12 - 1:30pm Lunch
  • 2:30 - 4pm Water Forum - Grandmother Agnes, Grandmother Mona and Grandmother Maria Alice
  • 4 - 5:30pm Sacred Land Forum - Grandmother Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance, Grandmother Clara, Dr. Henrietta Mann
  • 6pm - 7:30pm Dinner
  • 7:30pm The Peace Mandala with Maya Tiwari
  • 9:30pm Altar Prayer - Prayers and Music with the Grandmothers Council and Special Guests
Sunday, September 22nd
  • 6am Sweatlodge
  • 7:30 - 9am Breakfast
  • 9:30 - 11:30am Call to Action: Grandmother Maria Alice, Chief Phil Lane, Tim Guinee, Julia Walsh , Anne Marie Miller
  • 11:45am - 1:00 pm Future Generations: Grandmother Mona, Dr. Henrietta Mann, Júlia Freire de Medeiro
  • 12 - 1:30pm Lunch
  • 2pm Grandmother’s Wisdom: Reverence for All Creation book presentation and book signing with the Grandmothers Council
  • 4:30pm Closing & Gifting Ceremony
  • 6pm Departure
*Please note that program is subject to change
We invite all participants to join us for a more intimate experience with the grandmothers after the main event. Our three women's circles will take place September 23rd - 25th. For more information regarding these extended retreats please use links below.Women's Circle Immersion One: The Vision of Spirituality in AfricaWomen's Circle Immersion Two: A Women's Healing Journey - Experience Sacred Time and Sacred Space With Our Turtle Sister CircleWomen's Circle Immersion Three: Awakening Your Divine Self Through Your Connection With The Divinities Of NatureWomen's Circle Immersion Four: Prayers, Vision, Wisdom & Spirituality Of The Maya

ABOUT THE TEACHERs

Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim

Agnes Baker Pilgrim (Federated Tribes of Siletz) is the oldest living member of her tribe. Grandmother Agnes has been honored as a treasure of her people. She brought back the traditional Salmon Ceremony along with other traditions that were soon forgotten. She is the oldest on t...

Grandmother Clara Shinobu Iura

Born in the State of Sao Paulo Brazil, Clara studied philosophy at the University of Sao Paulo. Through her experiences of Clairvoyance and mediumship, she has initiated many teachings from macrobiotics to Umbanda. After helping with the curing of Padrinho Sebastiao, spiritual le...

Grandmother Mona Polacca

Mona, a Hopi/Havasuai/Tewa elder has a Master of Social Work degree and has recently been chosen as a member of the World Council of Religious and Spiritual Leaders due to her international justice work. She has worked on issues of Indigenous Peoples especially related to the Rig...

Grandmother Rita Blumenstein

Rita worked as a traditional healer in the South Central Hospital in Anchorage as a tribal doctor using plant and energy medicine and now travels tirelessly healing and teaching the was of her grandmother. Rita is currently employed with South Central Foundation as a tribal docto...

Grandmother Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance

Unci means grandmother in Lakota. Unci Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance is Oglala Lakota, she was born in the SW corner of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota. She still lives on the land that was allotted to her great grandparents over 100 years ago. Unci Rita cherishes ...

Grandmother Flordemayo

Born the youngest of 15 children in the highlands of Central America, Flordemayo was found at an early age – like others in her family – to have the gift of Sight. By age four, she was being trained in the art of curanderismo, which had been handed down from mother to daughte...

Grandmother Maria Alice Campos

Maria Alice Campos Freire is a healer with Amazonian plant medicine, leader of Umbanda ceremonies and founder of Centro Medicina do Floresta (Forest Medicine Center) which offers healing flower essences internationally. She has developed research and healing methods with plants o...

Chief Phil Lane

Hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr. is an enrolled member of the Ihanktonwan Dakota and Chickasaw Nations and is an internationally recognized leader in human, community, and economic development. During the past 50 years, Chief Lane has worked with Indigenous Peoples from the America...

Dr. Henrietta Mann

Dr. Henri Mann is a Cheyenne enrolled with the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes and she is the founding President of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College. Dr. Mann was the first individual to occupy the Endowed Chair in Native American Studies at MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY, BOZEMAN, wher...

Jussara Korngold

Jussara Korngold, BS, MBA. Jussara is the founder and president of the Spiritist Alliance for Books (SAB), a non-profit organization, which has the aim to promote and disseminate Spiritism, in English, as codified by Allan Kardec. Mrs. Korngold is also one of the founders and pre...

Robert A.F. Thurman

Robert Thurman is Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University as well as co-founder and President of Tibet House US and its Menla Retreat & Spa in service of HH Dalai Lama & the people of Tibet. A close friend of the Dalai Lama’s for over 50 years, he is ...

Maya Tiwari

Maya Tiwari is an extra-ordinary spiritual teacher revered by thousands of people whose lives were transformed by her healing presence. For the past 35 years, Maya has been filling a significant void in world culture as spiritual mother, nurturer, and healer–a living personific...

Anne Marie Miller

Anne Marie Miller is the Founder & Executive Director of Indigenous Celebration, a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization currently serving 19 tribes in the Amazon with a mission to preserve the forest and it’s wisdom by empowering the world’s indigenous through a celebrat...

Tim Guinee

Tim Guinee is an American stage, television, and feature film actor. Tim has given presentations on the climate crisis all over the United States as well as in Canada and North Africa. He enjoys giving talks to oppositional and underserved audiences including such diverse grou...

Julia Walsh

Julia Walsh is a community organizer and political strategist who has worked on progressive issues and campaigns for twenty years. Julia is the co-founder and director of We Stand United, a new organization that works to unite the power of popular culture with grassroots organiz...

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