Sweat Lodge, Earth-Centered Indigenous Stories & Ceremony

April 28 - 30, 2017

Hosted by Ripple and Frank Harkinson
1389 Swaringen RD, Traphill, NC 28685
336-469-0833 •



In our culture we are concerned with time. The indigenous or natural mind is focused on space. What occupies space, how it moves, how you relate. Perceptions are of the senses.

STORIES are a reflection of that space, a means to occupying the boundless, always changing Universe, infinite and interdependent, affecting and influencing the web of life.

SWEAT LODGE is a place we can be of one mind, heart and body as we pray, heal, giveaway and receive. A place that is all inclusive, where we can remember, celebrate and embody our genuine self.


SmudgeCOST: $275

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For more information:
Trishuwa, 8 Pioneer Road, Silver City, NM 88061
575-538-5498 •

Accommodations: camping. Although, if you wish to stay in a nearby motel, a list will be provided upon registration, along with our suggested camping list. Two ceremonial meals will be provided as well as snacks, tea and juice. You will need to bring food for two breakfasts and one lighter evening meal.

TrishuwaTRISHUWA works with the ceremonial forms of communicating with the invisibles of the world-Sweat Lodge, Sacred Pipe, Vision Quest and the Medicine Wheel, and the ancient art of Sacred Storytelling. She is Ceremonial Director of the Church of Gaia and founding member of Foundation for Gaian Studies.  As a young child she lived near San Juan Pueblo in New Mexico, along the Rio Grande.  While living there she had her first visions that have guided her throughout her life and are the foundation of her work.  She is of mixed blood; Irish, Cherokee, African American and English.  Her genetic mixture and spiritual visions influenced her to advocate the inclusion of people of all races in indigenous ceremony.










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