Copy of Oct 9 Fall Harvest Ceremony

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Woodland Indian Style Earth Keeper Homecoming

  • Ended
  • Quarterwood Road

Service Description

Earthkeeper Ceremonies are so very important to keep the sacred relationship with Mother Earth. None is more important than being thankful for the harvest of your garden of life. Our Native American style ceremonies led by Azurae Windwalker and Friends of the Amethyst Center are fun, educational and deeply healing for ALL! Together we work with the Spirit in Nature, Our Enlightened Ancestors, White Light Masters and Angels for the highest good for all our relations. That’s why people love them so much! This us our 20th one!!!!! You’ll have the opportunity to give thanks for all your blessings and commune with the potent Spirit of the Amethyst Center Nature Spirit Sanctuary. Gratitude ensures continued abundance. What You experience at the Fall Harvest Ceremony At the Fall Harvest Ceremony we pray hard and play hard!!!!!! Experience the Dance of the Harvest where we dance in the literal and figurative abundance of our 2022 crops Dance the Harvest Corn Dance with a traditional Cherokee song. Take part in a Spiritual Giveaway Ceremony. Bring an important spiritually significant gift that no longer serves you that you wish to give away and then you’ll receive a wonderful unexpected new gift from someone else. It is an honored ceremony to continue the Divine Flow of Abundance. Dance, drum, sing traditional Cherokee, Saponi and Delaware songs and modern Native American spiritual songs. Enjoy the Cherokee Sunray Dance of the Directions similar to Tai Chi as taught by the Sunray Medicine Society led by elder Diane Elliot. Hear traditional Native stories and special music from the Red Feather Medicine Singers. Drum, sing, dance, network and have fun with like minded folks from near and far! WHAT TO BRING: Dress Warmly. Bring chairs. Bring Pot luck dishes, drums, rattles, flutes etc. Bring ceremonial objects for our group altar. Bring some of your harvest veggies, herbs, flowers or art to dance in the ceremonial circle and honor. Graditude creates more GOOD THINGS! Find out more about what we do, and our Earth keeping mission at www.theamethystcenter.com.


Contact Details

  • The Amethyst Center, Quarterwood Road, Thaxton, VA, USA