Dear Community and Relatives,
Please notice that we are not having the call on the last Wednesday of this month, as we usually do, due to our Ordination gathering of global ministers.
Margin will be hosting the Prayer Portal call this month with our Center for Sacred Studies Grandmother Elder Jyoti and Spiritual Director Darlene Hunter. This will be the fifth of twelve calls that will now be scheduled once a month including different facilitators each time, so that we can offer a diverse dialogue.
We are hoping to hold a focus of the Now!
What is happening and what can be our response.
How is this walk, a prayer in motion for unity and peace.
What is the shadow that has been brought out in our collective for healing. How can we stay fully present as we follow the guidance of prophecy that comes to guide us through these times. Witness the many Divine channels that are intervening now to help us.
Our call this month is “Whispers from the Beloved Mother” Please join Grandmother Flordemayo for this virtual event April 17th, 2019, which is 11 Q’anil – Q’anil is the sign of the seed, and on this day the energy for positive growth and abundance. It signifies the four colors of corn, which according to the Maya are yellow, white, red and black. This is a good day to plant intentions for new projects, new relationships, new ideas. Grandmother Flordemayo will weave her wisdom from the Beloved Mother and the energy of Maya.
Flordemayo was born and grew up in the highlands of Central America in a family of Mayan healers and raised by her mother, a midwife. She travels the globe to share her healings and to foster a more spiritual understanding among humanity.
She is a founding member of the Church of the Spiritual Path (1998, 2008-20014), the Confederation of Indigenous Elders of the America (1995-2000), Institute of Natural and Traditional Knowledge (2003-2007), and the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers (2004-2014).
Please read on to see how to join us!!
See you there!!!
With blessings of love and peace,
Jyoti, Darlene and the Staff of the Center for Sacred Studies
We invite you to come together on the FREE Teleconference Call: Whispers from the Beloved Mother
Wednesday, April 17th at 5:00 pm PST
These offerings are medicine for these times.
It is now time to unify our diversity as One People for One Earth.
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Testimonials for Grandmother Flordemayo
“When our prayers are heard by Creator, there is no accident, from the day we were to meet the joy, love and remembrance we have for each other comes into our Soul. When I close my eyes the love & light shines around my Sister, Grandmother Flordemayo. Her beauty walk is the truth she walks and shares with all who choose to receive. It is my honor to have a Sister so dear. My prayers are Thank you, Creator, many blessings in the Walk ❣
The blanket that was torn from East to West has started to be woven again.
Thank you, for the Love & Light❣”
– Grandmother SaSa
Swan of the North
Elder and Indigenous Leader
“Entering into the mystery of being a crystal skull carrier I owe to Flordemayo who presented me with my beautiful labradorite guardian. At first, I was unsure if I could step up to the responsibility however, she was able to see something in me that I could not yet see in myself. She helped me to use consciousness beyond just the physical world but the invisible world too. Flordemayo is a gifted storyteller. I become a child again listening to wisdom teachings from her mother or stories of what it is like to “see beyond the veil”. I am inspired by being in her light of optimism and unconditional love. This expanded level of consciousness for me melts away all that is an illusion to see the treasure of the moment. Once you have stepped into this new vibration looking back is not an option and I am forever grateful to Flordemayo for spiritually nudging me to walk my truth.”
– Mary Ann Sornito
“I took an online/phone course with Grandmother at least ten years ago, probably 2008. The course was something like, “Bringing the Sacred Into Everyday Life”. We did many prayers together as a group and learned many simple things about bringing ourselves into connection with Spirit and the world. My favorite was when she gave us a tip. She pointed out how easy it is to bestow blessings on others and reminded us that we can also turn those blessings to ourselves. My favorite was her recommendation to walk out in the early morning when the dew is still on the trees. Walk to a low hanging branch and shake it over yourself, saying a blessing as you are washed with the fresh dew.
I do this often and think of her voice as I do it. I have met her several times over the years at gatherings of the 13 Grandmothers. I was honored to assigned to smudge the Grandmothers at a gathering in Washington D.C. around the same time as I did the above course.
Thank you, Grandmother!”
– Tammy Monaghen