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Attn: Please do not bring tea or coffee into the classrooms.

With Rick Bourque
Saturday, September 9
11 AM  to  3 PM

Rick is a Métis and he's very knowledgeable about  his indigenous roots.

     Rick will teach how to make
  1. The Medicine Bag
  2. The Dream Catcher &
  3. Rick will explain the use of the drum and take us on a spiritual journey during a drumming session. 

$50 for any person holding a membership in any Spiritualist Church
(Just show us your Membership Card.)
$60 for all others

This cost will cover all supplies needed to make
your own personal Medicine Bag & Dream Catcher.

Come join us for a fun time, rewarding and educational day.

The Medicine Bag
is usually a small pouch, worn by some Indigenous people that contain sacred items. A personal medicine bag may contain objects that symbolize personal well-being and tribal identity. Traditionally, medicine bags are worn under the clothing. Their contents are private, and often of a personal and religious nature.

By creating a medicine bag and wearing it close to your heart, you are connecting with your spiritual self, the authentic-you and always remembering who you are.

The reasons to carry a medicine bag are for guidance, healing and protection.

The  Dream Catcher
is often created from strands of sinew string around a frame of bent wood that was in a small round or tear drop shape. The patterns of the dream catcher would be similar to how indigenous people tied the webbing for their snowshoes.

Indigenous people believed the night air was filled with good and bad dreams. The legend of the Dream Catcher is that it captures the Bad Spirits and filters them. Protecting us from evil and letting-through only the good dreams.   It is believed that each carefully woven web will catch bad spirit dreams in the web and disappear by perishing with the first light of the morning sun.

The good spirit dreams will find their way to the center
and float down the sacred feather.

Dream Catchers are believed to bless the "sleeping ones" with pleasant dreams, good luck, and harmony throughout their lives.
It is how many people remember lessons in their community and receive their visions.

 It is said that when you get a good night sleep you can remember when the spirit has talked to you. 

All the parts of the Dream Catcher has meaning
and Rick will tell you all about that
as well as inform you all about the Medicine Bag.

by Rev. Denise Ryan & Rev. Joe Brown
Saturday, October 7th, 10 AM - 2 PM

$40 for any person holding a Spiritualist Church Membership
(Proof of Membership is needed)
  $50 for all others
* Those who already have a Spiritual Healer Certificate
will receive a
Trance Healer Certificate
of Lost Souls
Soul Rescue
by Rev. Joe Brown & Rev. Denise Ryan
Saturday, November 4th, 10 AM - 2 PM
Learn how to deal with a pesky ghost and/or how to rescue a soul that needs guidance to the Light.
Also, to clear the dwelling of any residue that may be left behind.

$40 for any person holding a Spiritualist Church Membership
(Proof of membership needed)
$50 for all others
by Rev. Joe Brown & Rev. Denise Ryan
Saturday, December 2nd, 10 AM - 2 PM

$40 for any person holding a Spiritualist Church Membership.
(Proof of membership is needed)
  $50 for all others
  Location of Rev. Joe Brown's class is: 
70 Commercial Avenue
Ajax, Ontario
L1S 2H5

Hours:  7 PM

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