First Nations Medicine Sound Journey

by aanationtalk on July 14, 2017268 Views


Let First Nations healers Medicine Song Woman Brenda MacIntyre and Heather Clear Wind Blows Over the Moon take you on a one-of-a-kind medicine sound journey of soul-soothing songs.

Brenda’s powerful Juno Award-winning healing voice connects you with your spirit while Heather drums the big drum; its rich nurturing sound guides your spirit to journey to the heartbeats of Mother Earth, carrying you into a theta brain wave state, promoting manifestation and deep healing.

While this unique blend of First Nations medicine sounds wash over you in sacred space and your spirit journeys, Brenda and Heather channel spiritual energy healing to everyone.

This rare combination of First Nations sound and First Nations spiritual energy healing provides transformational healing on multiple levels.

Participants may experience any or all of:

– Deep relaxation, joy, peace and healing on profound levels.
– Insight into issues you are dealing with in your life.
– Altered states and visions to help you on your healing journey.
– Release of blockages, letting go of what no longer serves you making way for the new.
– Opening, clearing and balancing of the energy centres in the body.
– Clarity, new perspectives and answers to questions you have about your life.
– Grounding, aligning and centering you between Father Sky and Mother Earth.
– Pain relief, renewed energy and a sense of lightness.
– Stronger connection to your spirit, your spirit guides, totem animals and ancestors.

We are deeply honoured to share these sacred First Nations medicines with you.

Date: Sunday, July 16th, 2017
Location: 614 Bloor St. W.
Time: 4pm – 6pm
Cost: $50
 *Preregistration and payment must be completed to attend this session*
Please register on eventbrite HERE
Facebook link HERE


Heather Clear Wind Blows Over the Moon is a Cree First Nations healer, big drum keeper and group facilitator with over 20 years experience.
Her healing and peacemaking songs come through the big drum helping to bridge relationships between all people, especially between Indigenous and non-Indigenous.
Her spirit led healing work has helped transform the lives of many and she’s thrilled and deeply honoured to share this sacred medicine with you!

Medicine Song Woman Brenda MacIntyre, author and artist of the Medicine Song Oracle Cards™ & Music, is a Juno Award-winning singer, speaker, indigenous drummer and wisdom-keeper, and Living Your Truth Out Loud Mentor. Brenda has shared her leadership and soul nationally on stage and in the media, such as MuchMusic, APTN, CTV, CP24, Global and CityTV’s Breakfast Television, as well as CBC Radio. Having experienced major loss and fear of being seen and heard, she is passionate about helping women to stop holding back, discover the power of their gifts, and create success out of the mess of REAL life.

Pacha Indigenous Art Collection is an indigenous family owned business based in Toronto. It’s name comes from the Kichwa language, meaning “earth”. We strive to create an indigenous world, in which we connect our traditions from North (Turtle Island) and South America (Abya Yala), fulfilling the prophecy of the condor meeting the eagle. Pacha collaborates with indigenous artists across the city and the country, supporting different creative forms. We aim to showcase the best of indigenous arts and crafts through events and workshops at our storefront location. Join us in our journey!


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