We are happy to share an offering for Día de los Muertos.
Our ancestors are the reason we are here today, we are the answer to their prayers, we walk the path they forged and they see life through us once again.
It is important to remember and honor our ancestors, they watch over us, and we will forever be connected to them. When our ancestors are forgotten, we can feel their pain and disconnection play out through blockages in our own lives.
There are some spiritual windows when the ancestors can get closer to us and us to them- and one of them is coming up on November 1st and 2nd.
Day of the Dead originated from Mesoamerica in modern-day southern Mexico and is a way to honor the ancestors. It spread from there south into Central America and North into the Southwestern states of the USA, and more recently it has spread globally.
Grandmother LánéSaan Moonwalker will share the background of Day of the Dead and how to create one’s own ofrenda, which is an offering altar to one’s ancestors.
How long will I be able to view the offering?
Once you register for this offering, you will have access to the recording for 30 days to watch and replay.
What language is this offering presented in?
This offering is presented in English.
What is the quality of the offering footage?
This offering is a video recording from a live presentation.
How long is the offering?
The offering is approximately an hour.
When was this offering created?
This was an offering from Aniwa Gathering Digital Edition in October 2020. This was recorded while working with a Blue Moon, but the practice/meditation can be used for any and all full moons.
Grandmother LánéSaán Moonwalker has been an oracle, healer, spiritual teacher, and environmental guardian for more than 45 years.
Grandmother LánéSaán began her training in the healing arts at the age of 12 from members of her family who were highly skilled curanderas (traditional healers who combine Native and Catholic spiritual beliefs and practices). From her mother, she learned to work with creative expression as a doorway to spirit.
Grandmother LánéSaán is an accomplished artist, a weaver and painter, as well as a dancer and singer, and holds a degree in humanities and the visual arts from the University of Colorado. She has been a licensed minister for more than 32 years, and is a Canon in the Brigade of Light.
Grandmother LánéSaán has studied with many spiritual teachers, including artist, writer, and visionary Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow), Eric Tao and Marian Starnes.
In 1987, she met her main teacher Tu Moonwalker, an Apache, the great great granddaughter of Cochise. Tu was the holder of this unbroken Moonwalker lineage and Láné is an acknowledged part of that it, in addition to being from an unbroken lineage herself through her Yaqui grandmother. Together Tu and Grandmother LánéSaán founded the Philosophy of Universal Beingness within the Whole. The foundation of this system is about working with nature in a sacred way.
Day of the Dead
With Gratitude dearest honored beloved Grandmother ~ it’s been many years since we have visited. What "good medicine" your available teachings are to my hear...Read More
With Gratitude dearest honored beloved Grandmother ~ it’s been many years since we have visited. What "good medicine" your available teachings are to my heart and my Spirit... how treasured these ceremonial guidances are for us at this time. Greatest thanks for your time given to keep planting the seeds of knowledge, inspiration, wisdom, compassion. Teachings shared stir our hearts allowing remembrances of who we are, why we are, where we are, what we are. My love & respect going out on the wind to you ~ LindaRead Less
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