Women in the Center: Throwing of the Bones Ceremony
March 14 @ 8:00 am - March 15 @ 5:00 pm
Presenting at 2020 Conference of The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology
Rivers of Change: Prophecy & Possibilities
In the traditional lifeways of Ka Ta See, the tribe is understood to be a circle with women in the center. Every individual is described as a circle with the feminine in the center. In the native language of the tribal peoples, there is no word for ‘judgment.’ There are no hierarchies of better-than or less. How can we bring these heart-centered ways into our contemporary lives?
What will shift in our relationships with ourselves, each other, and the planet, when we genuinely honor the feminine? How do we weave balance with the feminine and masculine? What is the pathway home to our natural belonging, as humans, in the vast web of life?
Receive guidance from the spirits about these questions with Throwing of the Bones Ceremony. Traditionally, Bone Throwing is a women’s medicine and healing art passed on through the generations of those living Ka Ta See. Chea Hetaka, the tribal elder, described Throwing of the Bones Ceremony as the oldest form of divination on the earth.
As the elders described, the doctoring from the spirits begins before we meet and will continue to touch your life after you receive the ceremony.