Inipi, or Sweat Lodge is a purification ceremony where we enter the lodge, sit and sweat. We heat up sacred stones in a fire to bring into the lodge. When we place the stones in the lodge we pour water over them, which creates a steam that helps to cleanse us physically, mentally and spiritually. The Inipi represents the womb of Mother Earth, and therefore, the purification ceremony is representative of being born again.
MONTHLY WOMEN'S NEW MOON CIRCLE
The Feminine thrives when She feels connected and witnessed, and the need to gather together to listen and share has been woven into the very fabric of who we are as women. Connection is vital to our health and our sense of belonging. Join other women in a safe container of love, respect, and support, as we hold and release, heal and restore, express and witness. We use new moon energy and an intentional theme to guide and support us in healing our heart, mind, body and soul while connecting with Mother Earth. We'll also be sharing tools and medicinal plants and herbs to best support ourselves in our journey through these themes.
MONTHLY FULL MOON HEALING CIRCLE
Every month we will be offering an opportunity to honor and celebrate the Full Moon and to harness the power of that time to create our lives! The event is open to all, and will include various ceremonies and rituals to support you. $88 per person. $77 each if you bring a friend.
WOMEN'S WELLNESS WEEKEND
This retreat is an opportunity to manifest the life of your dreams with a powerful group of like-minded soul sisters. You'll be housed on sacred land and fed nutritious, plant-based meals. EARLY BIRD PRICING IS AVAILABLE
Ozone can be administered and entered into the body in a couple of different ways: directly into the point of pain or disease or into the blood, which allows this readily available oxygen to do its work. It can be administered through the ears, rectum, bladder or through a steam sauna.
Win A Dr. Joe Dispenza Retreat!
We are partnering with Give to Give Foundation to keep the giving going! All military veterans who are interested are invited and encouraged to fill out this form to apply for the chance to be granted a scholarship to attend a retreat. The retreats are typically one week long, and the scholarship covers the costs of registration and hotel (airfare is not included). We are looking to collect as many applications as we can now, so that we can be awarding and arranging these scholarships for upcoming retreats.
The Give to Give Foundation, our partner in providing these scholarships, was originally founded by attendees of Dr. Joe's retreats to provide opportunities for others to experience this life-changing work. We are eternally grateful for their support and mission to share this phenomenal opportunity. If you or someone you know might benefit from this opportunity, we request you share this email with them and encourage them to apply. We believe in the power of community and to support and heal together, and we are hoping to provide as many opportunities for that as we can.
FIRESIDE CHAT ~ MONTHLY MEN'S CIRCLE
In indigenous and tribal cultures, men would be intentionally guided through the "Hero's Journey" of becoming one's greatest self for the community, by way of rituals, rites of passage, and by simply being with and being guided by other men. The Masculine grows to be His best through being challenged and given feedback, and masculinity is a transmission from person to person. So it's essential for our men and for the healing, growth and development of our collective society, that we have places for our men to gather in healthy camaraderie, support, and conversation with experienced and developed leadership and participation. Men's Circle at Sacred Hearts is that space, and co-founder Cecil Fackrell holds a monthly Fireside Chat where men have access to that kind of tribal support and Masculine presence.
The Medicine Wheel, sometimes known as the ‘Sacred Hoop’, has been used by generations of various Native American tribes for health and healing. It embodies the Four Directions, as well as Father Sky, Mother Earth, and Spirit Tree - all of which symbolize dimensions of health and the cycles of life. The Medicine Wheel can take many different forms. It can be an artifact, painting, or a physical construction on the land. Thousands of Medicine Wheels have been built on Native lands in North America over the last several centuries. Movement in the Medicine Wheel and in Native American ceremonies is circular, typically in a clockwise, or sun-wise direction. This helps to align with the forces of Nature. Meanings of the Four Directions: Different tribes interpret the Medicine Wheel differently. Each of the Four Directions (East, South, West, and North) is typically represented by a distinctive color (black, red, yellow, white) which for some, stands for the human races.
The Directions can also represent:
Stages of life: birth, youth, adult (or elder), death
Seasons of the year: spring, summer, winter, fall
Aspects of life: spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical
Elements of nature: fire (or sun), air, water, and earth
Animals: Eagle, Bear, Wolf, Buffalo and many others.