Ka’nikonhriyohtshera: Fostering Emergence of The Good Mind with Diane Hill

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Ka’nikonhriyohtshera: Fostering Emergence of The Good Mind with Diane Hill

November 20 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

PLEASE REGISTER
1 Day Wellness Program for Self-Healing
Ka’nikonhriyohtshera:
Fostering Emergence of the Good Mind – An Experience
in Quantum Energy Integration
With Diane Hill – Integrative Programs Consultant
Mohawk Nation, Bear Clan
Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Ontario – www.dianehill.net
Facilitator Bio: Diane Hill has been working as an Integrative
Programs Consultant for the past 28 years. Her national and
international consulting work is distinguished in the fields of
social work, education and Indigenous cultural studies. She has
been promoting wellness and facilitating practices related to the
quantum energy perspective in an integrated and holistic
educational model in New Zealand, South Africa, South America
& the USA.
This one-day introductory program is a WEL-Systems®-based experience that bridges the
Newtonian/allopathic model of wellness and the Indigenous/multi-dimensional approach to
wholeness. It draws upon new research and recent discoveries from the quantum sciences and
provides a unique perspective for explaining how the human body processes and integrates our
many life experiences. Within this broad context, the presenter explains how the human body
heals itself and supports us to live life proactively. The workshop focuses on the need for
cultivating and strengthening the spiritual capacity of all races of people as the key method for
helping people to understand how to create a different reality for themselves and others.
Participants should come prepared to engage in short meditation exercises while sitting in their
chairs. Dress is very casual. Workshop delivery takes place in an easy to understand,
conversational format. Participants should come prepared to work with whatever craft materials
will be supplied. Feel free to bring your own snacks, water bottle & tea/coffee cup.
Lunch will be on your own. However, coffee, tea & water will be available.

Details

Date:
November 20
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
16 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
Phone:
416-952-9272
Website:
www.dodemkanonhsa.ca

OPEN TEACHINGS

Time: 12Noon to 1pm

A “drop-in” format session where individuals can ask questions about the culture, specific teachings, or just listen to a topic/teaching that the Elder/Traditional teacher is speaking about. Topics vary from each Elder, and from session to session. No registration necessary to attend Open teachings.

APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED

Outside of open teachings, individual and/or group appointments need to be scheduled in advance. Appointments are available during elder visits from 10AM to 4PM

To book please call 416-952-9272 or email: dodemkanonhsa@aandc-aadnc.gc.ca

PLEASE NOTE: 

* All of our events are FREE to the public*

* ENTHUSIASTICALLY ENCOURAGE & welcome participants from all nations, ancestry & backgrounds

* DROP INs welcome at any time during events & through the week

(*certain workshops subject to cost of materials)

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