|Smudging clears any negative energy and is healing for the mind, body and spirit!|
|Francine Desjardins, Sunflower, Watching Woman of the Bear Clan, shared teachings on peace and the medicine wheel.|
|We are reminded to find peace within ourselves, as a way of bringing to the rest of the world.|
I was able to finally walk the labyrinth first thing this morning. It was so beautiful to be able to watch the dreamcatcher moving in the breeze as I was walking – and to see the details of the items added – once I got to the centre."
|Debby Lytle tells the story and teachings of the dreamcatcher.|
|We all participate in creating a peacewalk dreamcatcher.|
|Immersed in the creative process!|
"What a lovely picture of the Dream Catcher, it is certainly a great memory of a wonderful walk."
|Chris Hume tells the story of the labyrinth and how to get the most out of your walk.|
|Cedar is one of the four sacred medicines given to the First Nations people as a means of communicating with the Creator. Those who wish to, carry a piece of Cedar with them on their labyrinth walk.|
|Chad Clifford, Blueberry Mountain Flutes (maker) plays his native-style flute during the labyrinth walk.|
|Going with the flow on the labyrinth - just before the storm.|
"I ended up getting to the car just as it really started raining, and then sat for a while. I really wanted to thank you and your fellow Committee members for another memorable labyrinth event! You had gone to a lot of trouble to make it a success and I loved being able to add to the dreamcatcher, plus I really appreciated the talk, drumming and singing by Francine. Doing the walk to the flutes with the dark clouds looming was very atmospheric. All in all, a special day."
|Rattle and tapping sticks, part of the Drum Circle tradition.|