Through ceremonies, meditations, shamanic journeys and ancient practices, Ohki invokes the medicine guide of Wisdom Owl and leads participants in a discovery of the nature of the West wall of the Medicine Wheel and the vast resources that wait beyond this wall. She offers time-tested medicine ways for breaking through the Mirrors to reclaim the true powers of the West.
Of Canadian Mohawk descent, Ohki has shared the Red Lodge shamanism of her life with students and apprentices in the U.S. and Mexico for over 30 years. The matrifocal shamanism she teaches is based in her training and initiations with Maya, Mongolian and Canadian shamans and in her dedication to the restitution of indigenous peoples as wisdom leaders through the return of ancient Council Ways. She is author of Dreaming the Council Ways: True Native Teachings from the Red Lodge. The Wisdom Owl weekend is a unique opportunity to engage in individual and transpersonal shamanic healing with a delightful and rare indigenous woman teacher.
Southwestern College, a consciousness-
For more information on Ohki and the charitable non-profit organization, Red Wind Councils, that is sponsoring her visit from her home in Chiapas, Mexico, contact the Red Wind Center of Santa Fe at 505.429.0529 or visit: www.ohkisimineforest.com.