Prayer & Wisdom Workshop with Grandmother Flordemayo
13550 Church St. Guerneville
Grandmother Flordemayo Visits the Center for Sacred Studies
Friday April 5th for Private one on one Healings
contact Heather, Grandmother Flordemayo’s daughter and assistant by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with reason(s) for private session. Heather will email back with more information
Saturday April 6th Prayer & Wisdom Workshop
10-6 break for lunch
Grandmother Flordemayo Prayer and Wisdom Workshop
Please join Grandmother Flordemayo for an intimate workshop on prayer and wisdom teachings. This will take place on 13 N’oj of the Mayan Calendar an auspicious day for clarity, awareness and illumination. The #13 is the tone on the Mayan calendar and brings us into a good day to develop our spiritual powers and to connect and communicate with the spiritual world. This workshop will focus on how to bring prayer into your everyday life, and how to tap into your individual wisdom and the DNA wisdom from our ancestors.
cost sliding scale $80-$120 fundraiser for the Path
call Valerie to register 707-604-7362
Discovery the and exploring the power of prayer and ceremony with several teachings on Grandmother Flordemayos life experience.
Day filled with Ceremony an Prayers 🙏
Day on the Mayan Calendar is 13 N’oj
This is a good day to find clarity, awareness and illumination. The 13 tone represents the 13 major joints on the body. It is a good day to develop your spiritual powers and to connect and communicate with the spiritual world.
more about Grandmother Flordemayo
Flordemayo is a Curandera Espiritu, or a healer of divine spirit. As a seer, she has the ability to see other realms of color, light, and sound. In addition, has the ability to see the effects of existing imbalances on the physical, emotional and spiritual realms within a persons energy system. She was born in highlands of Central America, specifically Nicaguara and was the youngest of 15 children. She was born under the sign for the seed, in Mayan astrology.
As a world traveler she has offered ceremonies and has spoken on a wide range of topics from healing with the use of herbs to her more recent project, The Seed Temple, located in Estancia, New Mexico.
Since 2004, Flordemayo has been one of the founding members of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, a prestigious group of traditional female elders drawn from around the world, who represent a global alliance of prayer, education, and healing for our Mother Earth, all of her inhabitants, all the children, and for the next seven generations to come.
Being born under the sign of the seed, Flordemayo sees her role as cosmic germinator through teaching, community, manifestation and development. In recent years, Flordemayo has been working with seeds. Specifically, she sees her role as a caretaker of seeds through prayer. In 2012, Flordemayo received a vision during dialogue with the Beloved Mother. In the vision, Flordemayo finds herself sitting in a rocking chair, rocking back and forth, and being guided to prepare seed bundles with prayer. The seed bundles are to be given to the
parents of children being born today and those yet to be born in the future.