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Otter Dance Men’s Medicine Lodge- led by Trai Hill
June 17, 2018 @ 1:00 am - 5:00 pm
This is a powerful Ceremony, open to all men, who called to attend. Space is limited for the Lodge to reserve your spot, please click the link below:
What is an Earth Medicine Lodge?
…A prayer ceremony used for purification and healing. We enter into the Lodge and offer our prayers and set our intentions with Spirit. As we leave the Lodge, we are being reborn into the new life we choose to create for ourselves. Most people experience a shift either from the release of prayers or simply by the re-unification to Mother Earth. Although the intention of each lodge can be different, the sacred space created by the darkness and the heat always allows for Spirit to whisper into the ears of those present.
Similar ceremonies have been done around the world for eons by the cultures who are connected to the Earth and the healing she brings. This Lodge does not follow any one particular tradition but offers that follow many indigenous traditions from around the world. This is not a traditional Native American Ceremony.
The FireKeepers will light the Fire at 1:00 pm and the Ceremony will begin around 2:00 pm. We will begin by dressing the Lodge and join with the energy of the community.
A change of clothes for after the Lodge is a good idea.
We will share a pot luck community meal after the Lodge in order to ground the energy and have fellowship after the ceremonies.
A blanket or mat to sit on
Change of clothes for after the Lodge
A dish to share for the meal
Chairs to sit in before and after the Lodge
A suggested donation for the Lodge is $30, although less, more, an item, and/or a prayer would be very much appreciated. A donation basket will be present for your loving exchange.
There is never a charge for Ceremony, however, it IS appropriate to complete the energy exchange for the people who lead the ceremonies. As a general rule, trust your guidance as to what you gift.
All monetary donations will be used for supplies for the Lodge and the ongoing work of Otter Dance, and is always received with Much Gratitude and Many Blessings!