#6: Remembering the Dance to Heal the Earth w/Grandmother Robin Youngblood
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Grandmother Robin Youngblood (Okanagon/Tsalagi), is a shamanic practitioner/healer, international minister, and teacher. She has been a member of the Seven Generations World Wisdom Council, a founding member of the Grandmothers Circle the Earth, and a founding member of the Sacred Earth Council.
Her current mission was given to her during an involuntary vision quest (making fun of a traumatic event...), when a earth-changing event happened in her community in Washington state. She was given the responsibility to bring back the Dance to Heal the Earth, a Cherokee dance that has been forgotten for generations.
This is how I met Robin Youngblood – an invitation to participate in the dance in a parking lot in Asheville, NC while talking about living water and microgreens with two friends. We started talking, and her history is rich with world wide education in the Medicine Wheel and personal transformation bringing in Shamanic and sacred earth centered ceremony and practice. She has learned from and integrated stories from traditional cultures all over the globe from Polynesia, Southeast Asia, Siberia, Europe and the Americas.
You can find all of Grandmother Robin Youngblood’s work and organizations below. She will be hosting many ceremonies in North Carolina and Tennessee this coming year! The next Dance to Health the Earth will be at the Center for Peace in Tennessee, next year.
Path of the White Wolf Course:
Journey of the White Bear: Path to the Center of Your Shaman’s Heart (new book)
Path of the White Wolf: An Introduction to the Shaman’s Way
Center for Peace:
Church of the Earth:
Sacred Earth Council
Watch about the mudslide that changed Robin’s life
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