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Open to all those who are sincerely-interested in Native American sacred ceremony, participatory or as observer.
Camping-only, and you must bring your own food and water, and campchairs to sit at communal firepit. Contribution asked for wood, port-a-potty and camp maintenance/cleanup.
Two sweat-lodges daily are required for dancers and drummers, but optional for observers.
If interested please call Siraj at 435.659.0761 for the ceremony location, how to prepare yourself, and what to bring.
Zikr is every Second and Fourth Thursday, 7:00 pm–8:30pm, on the mountain.
You must call Siraj (number below) to get the gate code.
We are studying the Sufi teachings of Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan, the first Sufi teacher in the West, and exploring the practical application of these teachings in daily life through meditation and spiritual exercise, inquiry, and discussion.
We will explore healing practices from the Sufi, Yogic, Buddhist, Christian and Native American disciplines to still body and mind and to bring awareness of the universal healing power present in every atom of your body.
Through readings and practical exercises drawn from many diverse wisdom traditions and authentic healers, you will learn how to balance and harmonize your thoughts and emotions with the Divine Presence to evoke a healing response.
Taught by Siraj Paletta, M.A., an authorized spiritual teacher, healer, and practicing holistic psychotherapist.
You MUST RSVP to get the door code.
A $10 donation is requested and is tax-deductible.
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