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Inipi Ceremony with Micheal Dixon

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Born in the unceded territory of the Squamish, Tsleil Waututh and Musqueem Peoples also known as Vancouver, Canada. He is a wise and kind Medicine Man from the Cree Nation who has travelled across America sharing his ways. He holds the Medicine Black Bear circle in Axixic, Mexico. Supporting the community with a traditional way for healing from the northern traditions.

༄ His Spiritual way of life is supporting other Spirits to navigate what it is to be human through the First Nations Healing Traditions and Traditional Ceremonies ( Sweatlodge, Pipe Ceremonies, Crying for a Vision) ༄

༄ The Inipi is First Nations Healing Traditional Ceremony that embodies the four aspects of life and the four elements in the medicine wheel

Michael will be holding an Inipi Ceremony (Native American Sweatlodge) at the Lisnavagh Gardens on August 10th starting at 10am. This is a transformative experience focused on healing and gratitude to life

Michael will be holding an Inipi Ceremony (Native American Sweatlodge) at the Lisnavagh Gardens on August 10th starting at 10am. This is a transformative experience focused on healing and gratitude to life

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Start Date:

August 10, 2024

Days:

1

Saturday, 10th August

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€40 per adult (U12yrs FOC) Limited spaces to 25 people To purchase see links below

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Inipi Ceremony with Michael Dixon

The Inipi is First Nations Healing Traditional Ceremony that engloves the four aspects of life and the four elements in the medicine wheel

MICHAEL DIXON

Born in the unceded territory of the Squamish, Tsleil Waututh and Musqueem Peoples also known as Vancouver, Canada.

He is a wise Medicine Man from the Cree Nation that learned the Lakota ceremonial ways and holds the Medicine Black Bear circle in Axixic, Mexico.

His Spiritual way of life is supporting other Spirits to navigate what it is to be human through the First Nations Healing Traditions and Traditional Ceremonies (Sweatlodge, Pipe Ceremonies, Crying for a Vision)

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