Perseverance, prayer and joy. We will discuss what that may look like for each participant using Native Talking Circle methodology.
Tonantzin Cihualcoutl Guerra-Rennick, Native American Spiritual Advisor Emeritus and Interfaith Chaplain is the founder and director of the Native Women’s Herbal Medicine Festival.
“My interest in healing of self/others and spiritual preservation began in the early ’70s during a time of turmoil for women of color epitomized by non-consensual sterilization and the movement towards ethnic, sexual, and political identification. My search began and still contains a practice of prayers, fasting, meditation, plantas, social activism and sacred ceremony. As a Xicana indígena my methodology is rooted in Mexic-Amerindian sacred practices.”