Berlin: Aug 30, 7-9pm


Sacred Journey of the We 2016 

Auf Deutsch 

Berlin: Aug 30th, 7pm Evening Talk,  10Eur Click To Register

Doors open at 6pm, Program 7-9pm

Join the Grandmothers at the Rigpa Dharma Hall in Berlin to share stories, wisdom, songs, healing, and more. 

Healing For The Whole

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Our beloved planet, our dear humanity, and our own hearts and selves are in need of deep healing. What is needed in these times is a new way of being together.

We are stepping forward. With us come our ancestors, future generations, and Mother Earth. Now is the time to gather and act.

This is a Sacred Journey of Healing. We stop, listen, and feel – with our feet on the ground – we hear the piercing call. We witness the need. We are calling all the others who witness and feel this need. Come be with us. We walk together toward balance, in kindness and conscience, one human family.









The Grandmothers

Moetu Taiha

Grandmother Moetu Taiha from New Zealand, Maori, Tuhoe Elder, member of Grandmothers Circle the Earth, Aotearoa, she lives in Germany and invites us to her place in the Muritz-Nationalpark.



Eila Paul

Rev. Grandmother Eila Paul from New Zealand, Maori, Tainue Elder, member of Grandmothers Circle the Earth, Aotearoa.



Grandmother Flordemayo, from New Mexico, is a Curandera Espiritu (healer of divine spirit), founding member of the Institute for Natural and Traditional Knowledge, recipient of the Martin De La Cruz Award (awarded by Congress of Traditional Medicine), and is recognized as a priestess by the Maya.



Grandmother Mary Lyons, from Minnesota, Ojibwe Elder, “Second Water Woman”,  water-carrier to her people, member of the Women of Wellbriety Int’l Council and founding member of the Nations of Wellbriety Int’l USA, active observer at the United Nations.



Devi Tide, from Washington, is Kefayat (Head) of the Sufi Healing Order and the Art of Healing Foundation,  convener of the Rainbow Journeys & Awakening Of The World Project.




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Grandmother Pershlie Ami from Arizona, Elder of the Hopi-Tewa, member of The Urban Indian Coalition of Arizona, Creator and trainer of “I am Sacred” curriculum, participant in the Hopi Tewa Women’s Coalition to End Abuse.

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