The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers

I’d like to introduce you to the Thirteen Grandmothers…

I woke this morning thinking of the The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. Their message of global of peace, healing Mother Earth and bringing forward ancient wisdom, speaks to me.

“We, The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers represent a global alliance of prayer, education and healing for our Mother Earth, all Her inhabitants, all the children, and for the next seven generations to come. We are deeply concerned with the unprecedented destruction of our mother Earth and the destruction of indigenous ways of life.”

Some years ago, I had the opportunity to hear  Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim at a Pow Wow in Oregon. Her words are powerful and and her actions even more so. We are all Grandmother’s in training. Words of wisdom find their way into our hearts and reshape our cellular make-up. That reshaping creates stability, a solid place for our authentic light to shine and as each of us shine just a bit more, we can illuminate any darkness.

Author: sisterhearts1

I've arrived at an age where standing quietly in the shadows doesn't serve me. Standing in the light of the divine feminine and speaking/writing my truth is as vital as breathing. So here I am, feeling a bit naked as I open a small portal into this superhighway of high speed communications. I don't claim to be a wise woman, but a seeker of heart and spirit, a collector of wisdoms. Since I was a young girl, I've felt spirit in the natural world. I've always stood in the balance of science and magic. Now as I approach another decade, the light of that magic lives in my heart. I find joy in getting older and believe there is great value in the wisdoms we carry. Recently remarried after raising three fiercely beautiful girls on my own, I am now a member of a collective voice of grandmothers and I love this new role.

One thought on “The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers”

  1. I am one of the ones with new faces. I have two distinct memories of past lives with my local tribe and know I am one of their ancestors.
    I am one of your elder grandmothers also.
    With deep respect.
    Ness Carroll


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