Ceremony Part 2

I attended the Pow Wow on Saturday in Calgary for Honoring the Children.  It was an amazing experience. The children were dressed up in regalia that they had made themselves, and were so proud to be out dancing. It was great to see even the smallest ones honoring their heritage, learning from the old ones.

The significance of  the dance is for healing of their families. Being initiated into the Pow Wow family allows the dancers to enroll in other events, to hold Pow Wows and be part of a tribe where they belong.

Where do you belong in your life? Who is your “tribe”?  Do you have a group of people with similar interests that you can go

Do you have a "tribe" where you feel belonging?

to for support and mentorship?

Are you starving for that sense of belonging?  If you are missing that in your life, join a club, volunteer in your community, find like minded people who have similar interests, and you will fill that void in yourself that wants

to be part of something.

Through those groups, can you find ceremony?… a way to honor yourself and the special part that YOU bring to others by being in their life?

Regalia made by the children displayed during the dance.


About Deanna Wind Haven Shaman

Deanna Strandquist is a modern day Shaman who uses the ancient wisdom in our modern world. Working with a shaman is an approach to self care that puts you in charge to‍‍‍ clear a full range of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual influences that affect your overall well being. When the traditional methods are no longer working, consider exploring another way to break free to live your life in an authentic way.
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