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Sky Spirit Shamans: The Medicine Path of the Heart-Full Healer

Certification Program –Sky Spirit Shamans:

The Medicine Path of the Heart-Full Healer

For the Healing of All Our Relations

Sky Spirits

Now enrolling the class of 2023 (to begin in March 2021). We have a website especially for this offering… visit new website for a much better representation of how our program is evolving.

Reverend Jessica Levity Daylover shares her experience in our first “family” of Sky Spirit Shamans, class of 2017-2019.

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Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration

Sage Spirit Coaching & Reiki is proud to announce sponsorship of this exciting event… 

Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration

September 21-22, 2018

at OdaBe, Home of Sage Spirit Coaching & Reiki

Reno, Nevada, North Valleys

I greet you with my heart! My Washeshu name is Dahlahk Pahtahlngee (Mountain Eagle). I am from the designated tribe of Washoe, and my birth name is Arthur George, Jr.

Dahlahk Pahtahlngee

I am writing on behalf of myself as a wisdomkeeper for my people, plus Robert White Mountain (Lakota) and Jose Frederico Munoz (Mayan Timekeeper). Together, along with other supportive partners and allies, we comprise The H.O.M.E. Team. H.O.M.E. stands for Honor Our Mother Earth, and as a Team we offer support for individuals, families and communities to return to the Circle of Life, to return to the Heart. We are newly-formed and do this through events and on-line formats for sharing and teaching indigenous wisdom, spirituality, culture and values, including Respect, Generosity, Compassion, Humility, Wisdom, Fortitude and Bravery.

The H.O.M.E. Team will offer a two-day community event for honoring the Earth and all our relations through art, ceremony, music, dance, theatre, and educational presentations. The offerings will promote unity-consciousness, as in honoring all nations and races coming together to cerebrate earth-honoring values through the lens of indigenous cultural and spiritual traditions.

Click on the following links for additional information:

Event Agenda

What You Need to Know to Join Us

Dream Catcher Support & Sponsorship

Contributing Artists

About The H.O.M.E. (Honor our Mother Earth) Team

About The Dream Catcher Project

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Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration – Agenda

Autumn Harvest Celebration


Friday, September 21st

  • Morning – event & vender set-up
  • 12:00 – lunch break for venders & volunteers
  • 1pm opening ceremony
    • Dahlahk’s welcome to the land of Washeshu, why we are here
    • Messages from Washeshu Elders & Youth
    • Robert’s Lakota song for Mother Earth
    • Welcome from the HOME Team with Robert, Jose and Dahlahk – about the Dream Catcher (what is represents & how it can be utilized)
    • Alan’s Dream Catcher song
  • 2:30pm Dream Catcher – rising and ceremony
    • Jose – prayer for the Dream Catcher – orientation & raising
    • Dr. Tuck Hayes – welcome from our star families
    • Kim Best – sound ceremony
    • Brian – meditation and drumming
    • Robert – “Love Shining” song
    • Mystery band
    • Mystery dance – Dahlahk
  • 6pm dinner (pot luck) – Alan could play music during break
  • 7pm – Fire and/or Cacao Ceremony
  • 8pm – Round Dance (pay dance late into the night or even all night!)

Saturday, September 22nd

  • 10am – Welcome prayer & blessing (Dahlahk, Jose, Robert)
  • 10:15am – Orlando OH – poetry and music
  • 10:45am – Brian Melendez & Friends (blessings & drums)
  • 11:15am – Presentation – HOME Team
    • HOME Team Alliances
    • Standing Rock Community & Medicine Wheel Living Park – Robert
    • Cosmic ID and Vision – Jose
    • Dahlahk – Mountain Eagle Training Center
  • 12:30-1:30 – lunch (Indian Tacos for sale)
  • 1:30-3p – Alchemist Theatre presents “Unity”
  • 3p-4:30 – Dahlahk – Washeshu cultural and spiritual practices
      • Round Dance
      • Tobacco Ceremony
      • Pine Nut Ceremony & Acorn Flour
      • Handgame
  • 4:30 – Closing Blessing
  • 5:00 – Break down event & camping for guests
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Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration – Dream Catcher

Dream Catcher

Dream Catcher placed at Standing Rock, South Dakota, Summer Solstice 2018

As part of our event, we will facilitate the building of a semi-permanent circular Dream Catcher structure 33 feet in diameter, approximately 10 feet high, to enhance the visitor experiences of the area as connected to Native American culture and spirituality. As The H.O.M.E. Team Wisdomkeepers weave the Dream Catcher, they will weave in the dreams of the people for the next 26,000-year Mayan cycle. The Dream Catcher technology is noted to have been gifted to the people by Jade Princess in Tulan Tziu (aka Kaminal Juyu) on June 21st 1444.

The Dream Catcher, in a practical sense, is a location and Sacred Circle for all people to come together, to share community gatherings, workshops, prayer or meditation circles, dance, songs, ceremony, and rituals. The Dream Catcher can also be used as a meditation tool, similarly to a labyrinth (circular spiral).  This will be the third Dream Catcher of 100 being planned to be built worldwide by December 21, 2021. The first was built last spring in the Chumash tribal territories in the Santa Barbara region of California. The second was built on the summer solstice at the Standing Rock Reservation in South Dakota. Both prior events for the Dream Catcher brought in international volunteers and participants.

If you are interested in bringing a Dream Catcher to your community anywhere in the world, please contact Jose Federico Munoz, http://www.joseajpumunoz.com/. Jose is also available for other ceremonies, readings and much more.


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Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration – The H.O.M.E. Team

Honor Our Mother Earth (H.O.M.E.) Team

Robert White Mountain, Jose Munoz, Dahlahk Pahtahlngee – The H.O.M.E. Team

Our vision is to continue gathering a world-wide family who respect and honor Mother Earth as a living entity and as the ‘Circle of Life.’ We have returned to our sacred selves living with integrity, purpose and in harmony within the circle. We have learned peace and gained happiness by actively participating in projects to rejuvenate good health for all life on our sacred Mother Earth. We are global Earth Warriors asserting life is beautiful, living in communion with Natural Law. Our goals include creating alliances worldwide to promote awareness on the importance of working together in protecting, preserving and honoring Mother Earth. To join or start an alliance chapter, visit this web page and click “Global Alliances” or “Get Involved.” http://honorourmotherearthteam.com/

Our primary H.O.M.E. Team Members include:

Robert White Mountain, Hunkpapa Lakota who resides on The Standing Rock Indian Reservation in South Dakota in a town called Little Eagle. Robert is a descendant of famous chiefs such as Sitting Bull and Rain-In-The-Face. He is a Pipe Carrier, a guardian of Sacred Tradition and ceremony. He is actively involved with creating solutions to the oppression, poverty, high suicide rate, alcoholism and other problems stemming from trans-generational post-traumatic stress disorder on the Indian Reservations. In addition to offering ceremony, Robert is creating sustainability projects such as community orchards and gardens and is the founder of the Standing Rock Medicine Wheel Living Park in McLaughlin, South Dakota. Robert is the visionary of The H.O.M.E. Team.

Jose (Frederico) Manik Ajpu Munoz, originally from Guatemala, is a Day Keeper of the Mayan Calendar for the Maya Chor’Ti People, Crystal Skull Guardian, and World Peace Organizer. Additionally, he is the carrier of the new 26,000-year Cycle Calendar known as the Sixth Sun Calendar which started at the turn of the cycle on December 22nd 2012. He is keeper of the spoken word of Mayan history from the years of 1444 to 1529 and works in what he calls the Northern Territories which range from Guatemala in the south to the west parts of Alaska and to Montreal (Canada) in the east. Mr. Munoz has selected the unique timing of this event to accord with galactic alignments of the heavens and Earth.

Dahlahk Pahtahlngee (Mountain Eagle) is Washeshu, which translates as “All the People.” This translation includes land, air, water, fire, plant, animal, mineral and other untold spirit entities, in addition to humans. Dahlahk remembers and shares the songs and stories of his Elders and Ancestors emerging after a “long sleep” protecting the medicine of his Washoe People. His songs and practices connect each and every one of us to the source of creation, awakening love, respect, honor, courage and compassion, all of which can be added to the pool of intention. Our intentions go into an electromagnetic wave, which surrounds the earth so that healing can begin.

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Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration – Contributing Artists

Contributing Artists

Alchemist Theatre was born out of a desire to create newer and better ways of gathering and worship. As a group of professional and talented artists who are passionate about creating art, they wanted to go deeper, and find different ways to connect to Spirit. They inspire people to create art, build community, and become better versions of themselves. As modern day Alchemists, they are here to transform fear into love, for themselves and their peers who are ready to do the same. Alchemist Theatre’s main stage show occurs every last Wednesday of the month at the Center for Spiritual Living, Reno on 4685 Lakeside Drive. Each month centers around a theme, around which The Alchemists deliver sermons, music, prayer, meditation, visual and performance art. Doors open at 7pm, the shows begin at 7:30. There is a Empowerment Market in the lobby, which offers an array of wellness modalities, such as reiki, readings, books, and jewelry. Patrons leave our shows with healing, inspiration, and answers to their deepest and most personal questions. The Alchemists are also available for private bookings, church services, keynote appearances, classes, workshops, and coaching. For more information, visit: https://www.alchemistmovement.org/.

Reverends Jessica Levity Daylover & Christoper Daniels of Alchemist Theatre

Brian Melendez says, “I am humbled daily and proud of my modest origins. I’m not attempting to disclosing intricate tribal-secrets—but rather examine the basis of human-spirituality and community—that exists in all of us.  I believe it has never been more critical to develop extensive circles of global community building, and to do this by collecting endless allies (tribal and non-tribal) for the cause, for the betterment of the world. I’m not holy—more like, a cussing-praying-Indian-pirate—and we don’t have time to avoid real talk anymore, especially for tribal people we got a lot of work to do.” Brian is Northern/Southern Paiute – Western Shoshone: Community Leader, American Indian Spirituality Scholar, and practitioner of Great Basin custom(s) and culture(s), and the owner and operator of Lucentree, LLC. He’s been many things to many people—a leader, teacher, student, and innovator. He writes, speaks, and teaches about collective human-spiritual energy and community, from an indigenous perspective. For more information, visit: https://www.lucentree.com/.

Brian Melendez, Lucentree

Orlando OH says, “Art is the language of the indescribable. It speaks of life to the unborn and deceased. Love and death to the painfully alive. I use my art to connect to my ancestors who spoke in words lost to me through colonization. Each of my pieces gives a voice to the ones who are gone, but live through me; the ones ignored by our society, and the ones who dream of another reality.” Orlando Oh is an Indigenous artist of Purepecha ancestry. He was born on September 22nd 1983 in Milwaukee, WI but currently resides in the Reno/Tahoe area. He was raised in a multicultural home in one of the most segregated cities in the country. This affected his perception of identity at an early age and made him question his place in society. Surrounded by Americanized people of color he asked what his true culture was. He wondered what his ancestors thought of and hoped for. A curious child raised in a catholic home, he would often draw to express himself and pass the time. He had too many questions and needed to seek out his own answers. In 2005 he left Milwaukee and religion to pursue art away from almost everyone he knew. He headed west and was inspired by the Sierras. The stark contrast of the crystal clear lakes against the dry desert landscapes. A place of extremes. Life and death. Freedom and rigidity. Orlando’s body of work is a culmination of his journey through life. A reflection of the experiences of an Indigenous man on occupied land. Hopes and dreams. Love and pain. Racism and ecological destruction. The constant struggle to move forward and stay true to his roots are painted in his words and spoken in his visual art. For more information, visit: http://orlandooh.weebly.com/.

Orlando OH

Alan “Al” Miller is a musician and songwriter, and has contributed the song “Dream Catcher” for the festival. Al trained at the Musician’s Institute of Technology in Hollywood CA with some of the world’s great guitarists. Following a detour into a 25-year public service career as a water quality engineer in South Lake Tahoe, where he resides, he is returning to the stage with a collection of new songs to stimulate the heart and mind. He has performed locally in the past as the Alan Miller Trio.

Al Miller

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Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration – Support & Sponsorship

Dream Catcher Support & Sponsorship

We are gratefully accepting donations to cover The H.O.M.E. Team travel fees and honorariums, contributing artist honorariums, Dream Catcher materials, and any other event expenses. Suggested Love Offering for this event: $100/day or $200.

 You may become a sponsor of the Dream Catcher International Project with a donation of $500 or more to be applied to this and/or future Dream Catcher installations. We will acknowledge your gracious sponsorship at our event and on-line.

 To make an on-line donation or to become a sponsor, please visit this link, and scroll to “Love Offering” to note your offering amount and any comments you may wish to include. http://sagespiritcoaching.com/services We will also accept donations on-site in a “love offering” jar in the kitchen.

In utmost appreciation to the following sponsors and supporters who have participated on weekly planning calls and offered other logistic support for this event:


Media Support: Laura Plato

Dream Catcher Tree: Greg Rex

Project Logistics & Funding Support: Denise Sheehan, Sage Spirit Coaching & Reiki


The H.O.M.E. Team Core Members & Supporters: Beth White Mountain, Gigi Rock, Sunshine Rose, Denise Sheehan, Robert White Mountain, Jose Munoz, Dahlahk Pahtahlngee

Local Community Planning & Support: Carol Lehnert, Alan Miller, Dr. Tuck Hayes, Kim Best

Logistic Support: Sage Spirit Coaching & Reiki, Sunstone Events & Promotions

And enormous gratitude to all our contributing artists for this event:

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Dream Catcher Project & Autumn Harvest Celebration – Important Information

What you Need to Know to Join Us

Some things you’ll need to know to join us:

  • Please RSVP to denise@sagespiritcoaching.com or to Denise Sheehan on Facebook or through Facebook messenger. Location address and driving directions will be provided with registration.
  • We have plenty of space for RVs and tent camping if you’d like to stay over. Let us know in advance if you’re bringing an RV and you are welcome to come as early as 10am on September 21 to set up.
  • Aside from a dish and beverage, you may want to bring a lawn chair, hat for shade, sunscreen, and sensible shoes for dusty-terrain and dancing. Casual dress in layers for optimal comfort whatever the weather may bring.
  • Note that this is a natural environment, where scorpions, spiders and snakes are a possibility, especially beneath rocks.
  • If you are here on Friday, you will have a chance to help stand the lodgepoles that hold up the Dream Catcher. Please only participate if your health and strength allow for this safely. We welcome any and all energetic support from the sidelines as well.
  • Please be careful of our tender sage brushes when parking. We actually love them. A lot. If you need assistance with accessibility and/or loading/unloading equipment, please come all the way to the house and we will help you secure parking.
  • In support of The H.O.M.E. Team’s mission and to promote awareness of indigenous issues, we plan to have media at this event. If you are here, you consent to be photographed. If you consent to be interviewed on video, you consent to having your interview published.
  • Please feel free to bring food and beverages you wish for yourself or to share. We will have potluck style snacks and meals. We will have a BBQ and one extra sun oven available. On Saturday, we also plan to have Indian Tacos available for sale.
  • Also bring any instruments you might want to play for our Mystery Band jam: drums, tambourines, washboards, flutes, rattles, etc.
  • Click here for payment information.
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Accessing Divine Mind

Our new “ayllu,” or family of Sky Spirit Shamans is coming together so beautifully! There have been some remarkable synchronicities and magical manifestations. Our hearts are soaring! We have a video to share with you that has some awesome shamanic wisdom that’s both practical and mystical in nature. We hope you enjoy! But first…

To refresh your memory about Sky Spirit Shamans, click here.

To learn more about the Inca Medicine Wheel that serves as a support structure for our journey, click here.

To see a photo gallery of our sacred training site we call “OdaBe,” click here.

Are you a Rainbow Warrior? To learn more about that, click here.

And now, for our video!

Accessing Divine Mind

Posted by Sage Spirit Coaching & Reiki on Thursday, December 28, 2017



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White Eagle Spirit

White Eagle Spirit: A Short (True) Story in Three Parts (Plus a Poem)

Artist: Susan Seddon Boulet

I am sharing more of my recent adventures in spirit, in healing, as I know so many of us are going through profound, confusing and painful shifts of late. Perhaps this map may offer you hope and support. With Love. Always with Love.

Part I: Magical Heart Expansion

A few months ago, my soul sent me and my body on a mythic quest, with a promise of new spiritual expansion. In my journey, I found myself in an enchanted, magical place. The Spirits of that place spoke to me there, and they still do. I had a profound Heart-Expansion, by virtue of a deep soul contract and activation that was destined to be. Through the help of a healer friend and this magical space, I felt a newness born through me for which I will always be profoundly grateful, but for which there can be no words reflecting the vibration of it. Continue reading

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