Acclaimed Native wisdom-holder and teacher, Ohki Siminé Forest, is holding a teaching Circle and Full Moon Lodge on Wednesday, May 14, from 7pm – 9:30pm, at Yoga and Nia for Life, 135 Commonwealth Ave., West Concord, MA.
During this Native Teaching Circle, Ohki guides participants into an authentic introduction into Red Lodge shamanism. Invoking the Medicine of Wisdom Owl, Ohki exposes the illusory mirrors of Western culture from which many imbalances aris and which may obstruct people in their efforts to foster healthier families, communities, and nations. Ohki shares a path of true healing for developing the neccesary intuition to conquer our fears, and gain keener discernment and strength.
Ohki Forest visits the Boston area for the last two weeks of May, during which she conducts Drum Circles, Teaching seminars, and offers private consultations for guidance from the Spirit world, discovering your Spirit Animal, and Limpias for cleansing and healing your Medicine field.
Find details of her complete program at http://www.ohkisimineforest.com/events/
Of Mohawk descent living in Chiapas, Mexico, since 1985 where she collaborates with indigenous Maya people in resistance, Ohki was trained and initiated by Maya, Mongolian, and Canadian shamans. She has taught native Council ways and Spiritual Warrior was for 30 years. She is the author of Dreaming the Council Ways: True Native Teachings from the Red Lodge and contributor to Original Instructions: Indigenous Teachings for a Sustainable Future. In Chiapas, Mexico, she founded a grassroots social justice organization governed according to ancient Council ways by serving the indigenous Maya in their resistance to extermination which gave rise to the US non-profit organization, Red Wind Councils. Ohki has been a celebrated presenter at the Esalen Institute, Bioneers conferences, Vedanta Centres, churches, colleges, universities, the Tesuque Indigenous Seed Sovereignty conferences, and the SEED Graduate Institute conference: Wisdom from the Origins with the 13 Grandmothers, where her humility, wisdom and profound knowledge of Earth Ways have brought inspiration to thousands.
Yoga and Nia for Life, which hosts Ohki for this evening of teachings, offers yoga classes, ecstatic dance fitness, a variety of workshops and events, and is dedicated to somatic integration and education. They are located at 135 Commonwealth Ave., West Concord MA, and can be found on the web at http://www.yogaandniaforlife.com/. It is run by Maria Skinner and Chad Skinner 978-314-1057.
For more information on Ohki and Red Wind Councils which sponsors her visit from her home in Chiapas, Mexico,, contact Patricia Worth / 505-429-0529 / firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Author
Patricia Worth RN has apprenticed with native medicine teacher, Ohki Siminé Forest since 1997, and is on the Founding Council of the charitable U.S. non-profit organization Red Wind Councils. http://www.ohkisimineforest.com, http://www.redwindcouncils.org