The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit 2018 !: FREE from the Shift Network

On Monday, October 8th, Indigenous Peoples Day, powerful Indigenous voices came together to guide us in healing our hearts, transforming our minds and creating truly loving, collaborative communities on our planet.

And, I’m thrilled to announce our support of a full day of learning and celebration, all happening via Facebook Live, as The Shift Network presents: The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit!

This is one-of-a-kind free event featuring Indigenous leaders from around the world for a day of Earth-based wisdom teachings, prayers, and music to support transformation, healing, and social change, as well as concrete examples for birthing a new era — one in which all members of the human family are treated with respect, understanding, compassion and justice.

RSVP for this Free Facebook Live Event
The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit
October 8, 2018

The day will be hosted by Indigenous speaker Shawna Bluestar (Shawnee, Lenape, Azteca), and will include keepers of wisdom from around the world.

Throughout the day, powerful leaders will help open a deeper understanding within you about the many challenges Indigenous nations and peoples face, and how we can work together toward a brighter future for humanity, all living things, and Mother Earth.

The Shift Network is deeply committed to our Indigenous brothers and sisters and sees healing our society’s relationship with Indigenous Peoples as essential for the larger healing of our world. That is why they dedicate this event to hearing more of their voices of wisdom, which carry important medicine for our time.

Please join us!

Simply CLICK HERE  to request reminders via Facebook Messenger.
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During this full-day Facebook Live gathering, you’ll:

  • Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, October 8, 2018 LIVE with sisters & brothers all over the world
  • Receive stories and wisdom from Indigenous elders
  • Participate in reverent moments & an opening ceremony
  • Learn about prophecies regarding enormous change & heart-connected evolution
  • Discover how to take action for change!
  • View The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking the Domination Code — a compelling documentary film by Sheldon Wolfchild

We hope you’ll participate in this special Facebook Live gathering presented by The Shift Network.

RSVP here for The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit — at no charge

Yours truly,

Paul at

(Note that ChangeThatMind is an affiliate of The Shift Network)

P.S. Below are some of our esteemed presenters and participants:

  • Grandmother SaSa (Swan of the North) is a seer, a dreamer and a universal healer. She founded The Rose and The Swan Healing Center for Healers where she conducts teachings and the Medicine Hoop of Life ceremony twice a year.
  • Grandmother Flordemayo is a founding member of the Church of the Spiritual Path, the Confederation of Indigenous Elders of the America, Institute of Natural and Traditional Knowledge, International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, and recently founded The Path a 501(c)3 organization.
  • Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe) has the honor of being of the Diné (Navajo) Nation. A Life-Bringer, Life-Bearer Mother, writer, artist, activist, speaker and cultural liaison, her work is driven by the study of the Science of Right Relations. Moving from the central knowledge that we, the five-fingered-ones, are born into beauty, as beauty, for joyful life, she brings the understanding of Indigenous ways of knowing into discussion and inquiry on Sustainability.
  • Dave Courchene, Nii Gaani Aki Innini (Leading Earth Man), has traveled internationally, carrying a message of hope and peace. Dave shares ancient Indigenous knowledge that he believes can act as the foundation in supporting the new life that Mother Earth is now entering, and that the elders have confirmed has arrived. He has created a special place for sharing ancient Indigenous knowledge — the Turtle Lodge -— built based on a vision he received many years ago.
  • Grandmother Moetu-Taiha is descendent of the Ngai Tuhoe and the Kahungunu tribes of Aotearoa New Zealand. Moetu is always connected to her land, her mountain, her river and her people because she is them. She carries her ancestors with her so there is nowhere in this world that she walks alone. After an experience with cancer, she was given a choice of whether to stay “here” or go to the Loved Ones. Moetu chose to stay and made a commitment to be a channel for helping humanity in the way she has been gifted. Moetu’s calling is her life. Moetu wants to find and build leaders, the ones who want to make a difference and be a force for good in the world.
  • Pura Fé is a Native singer-songwriter, seamstress, teacher and activist. She is also the founding member of the Internationally renowned Native American women’s a cappella trio, “Ulali”.
  • Ilarion (Kuuyux/Larry) Merculieff has over 40 years of serving his Unangan (Aleut) people and is a carrier of messages from Indigenous elders from around the world. He speaks all over the world.
  • Tiokasin Ghosthorse is a musician, writer, educator. He is an internationally-syndicated host, executive producer and founder of the 26-year-old “First Voices Radio,” heard on 77 public, community and commercial radio stations in the U.S. and Canada.
  • Joanne Shenandoah, PhD, is one of “America’s most celebrated and critically acclaimed Native American musicians of her time” (Associated Press). She is a Grammy Award winner with 3 nominations and over 40 music awards, including 14 Native American Music awards – a Hall of Fame Inductee. Her music ranges from solo to full symphony and 22 recordings.
  • Shawna Bluestar Newcomb (Shawnee, Lenape, Azteca) is a spiritual guide and mentor for women, supporting them to share their unique gifts and voices. Shawna is working with her father Steven T. Newcomb to challenge The Doctrine of Discovery, and dedicated to bring about healing for humanity, Mother Earth, and future generations by sharing The Reverence Code based on ancient and Indigenous wisdom.
  • Leah Shenandoah is an Oneida Iroquois Wolf Clan award-winning singer-songwriter, jeweler and multimedia artist. She considers herself a radical compassionist in a world filled with suffering.
  • Unci Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance is an Oglala Sioux who lives on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. She is a Lakota keeper of the traditional ways, great grandmother, Native American Church elder, and beadworker descended from Long Visitor and members of the Crazy Horse Band, named for the great warrior, Crazy Horse.
  • Steven Newcomb (Shawnee, Lenape) is the co-founder and co-director of the Indigenous Law Institute, along with Birgil Kills Straight who is an Oglala Lakota headman and ceremonial person. Steven is author of Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery and co-producer of the documentary film The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking the Domination Code, directed by Sheldon Wolfchild (Dakota). He is one of the world’s foremost authorities on the Doctrine of Discovery based on the 40 years he has spent investigating and writing about these issues.
  • Buffy Sainte-Marie is an Academy Award-winning Cree songwriter who tours constantly and has spent her whole life creating. Her artistry, humanitarian efforts, and Indigenous leadership have made her a unique force in the music industry. She has been a trailblazer and a tireless advocate, an innovative artist, and a disruptor of the status quo.
  • Nathan Blindman is a commercial artist and a producer known for CowJews and Indians (2013).
  • Reverend Eila Paul is a Grandmother and healer who has a spiritual and physical connection to her people, the Maori of Aotearoa New Zealand, and to her culture. Eila works with the elderly and children to weave deep and sacred connection to the earth and all beings. She travels through North America and Europe offering sacred seeds of knowledge and healing.
  • Lyla June is poet, musician, educator, anthropologist, activist and community servant of Diné (Navajo), Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) and European lineages. She holds a degree in Environmental Anthropology with honors from Stanford University and a degree in American Indian Education with distinction from the University of New Mexico.

Simply CLICK HERE to request reminders about this powerful program via Facebook Messenger.
(Or, if you prefer,
get email reminders in your inbox.)

You will not be added to any mailing lists – you will only receive alerts about this event.

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