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Grandmother Flordemayo is a Curandera Espiritu, or a healer of divine spirit. As a seer, she has the ability to see other realms of color, light, and sound. In addition, has the ability to see the effects of existing imbalances on the physical, emotional and spiritual realms within a person’s energy system. She was born in highlands of Central America, specifically Nicaguara and was the youngest of 15 children. She was born under the sign for the seed, in Mayan astrology.
As a world traveler she has offered ceremonies and has spoken on a wide range of topics from healing with the use of herbs to her more recent project, The Seed Temple, located in Estancia, New Mexico.
Since 2004, Flordemayo has been one of the founding members of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, a prestigious group of traditional female elders drawn from around the world, who represent a global alliance of prayer, education, and healing for our Mother Earth, all of her inhabitants, all the children, and for the next seven generations to come.
Being born under the sign of the seed, Flordemayo sees her role as cosmic germinator through teaching, community, manifestation and development. In recent years, Flordemayo has been working with seeds. Specifically, she sees her role as a caretaker of seeds through prayer. In 2012, Flordemayo received a vision during dialogue with the Beloved Mother. In the vision, Flordemayo finds herself sitting in a rocking chair, rocking back and forth, and being guided to prepare seed bundles with prayer. The seed bundles are to be given to the parents of children being born today and those yet to be born in the future.
Geri Littlejohn has been making Native American Style Flutes for 30 years. She plays in Service to Life every day: songs of gratitude to the Land and Creation, sonic support for All Life, musical Prayers for the unborn yet to be.
Geri’s playing helps to quiet the mind of the listener, is an invitation to settle into the heart and embody peace, love, balance, and harmony.
Geri is daily re-minded of what she knew as a young girl: Nature speaks to us in whispers on the wind, in the songs of birds, through flute song, through silence.
Geri’s songs come through these instruments and connect the listener to the wisdom of the Trees, with the Winds of Change shared through the breath.
Whether making flutes for others to play their heart songs or playing herself, deep connection with self and creation are always integral to the process. She loves participating in the alchemy of music and open hearts.
Geri lives in Williams, Oregon with her son on 7 acres adjacent to Pacifica: A Garden in the Siskiyous - a 400 acre property centered on the celebration of nature and community through Education and the Arts - of which she serves as Board Chair.
A Special I'X Call on Nov 3rd
Although the Declaration of Independence specifies that "all men are created equal," its publication sowed the seeds for the women's suffrage movement in the United States. Women's suffrage – the right of women to vote – has been achieved at various times in countries throughout the world. In many nations, women's suffrage was granted before universal suffrage, so women and men from certain classes or races were still unable to vote.
It is clear that women have the power in the 2020 elections.
It is up to us to make decisions that benefit our families both now and for the future generations. We implore you to become an educated voter and to exercise your power.
Grandmother Flordemayo will share her personal story as an immigrant and finding her own voice, and when she finally decided her voice did matter and began voting.
The day of I'x is the day of the Mayan calendar that represents feminine agility, grace, power, wisdom and our connection to the heavens and earth.
Mark your calendars for the following dates of I'x.
We are not only honoring this day on the calendar, but the era of I'X that we are in.
Please join us on each of I'x as Grandmother Flordemayo, along with Heather Hall - Dudney Stone, daughter of Grandmother and Program Director of The Path share their deep spiritual wisdom so necessary to bring balance to our world and to our selves.
All calls are 10:00 PST | 11:00 MST | 12:00 CST
1:00 EST | 5:00 PM GMT
Friday, September 4, 2020 is 10 I'x
Thursday, September 24, 2020 4 I'x w/ Special Guest Grandmother Sasa
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 11 I'x w/Special Guest Grandmother Pershle
Tuesday, November 3, 2020 5 I'x
Monday, November 23, 2020 12 I'x
Sunday, December 13, 2020 6 I'x
Heather Hall - Dudney Stone is a Grandmother Flordemayo’s oldest child, only daughter, and personal assistant.
She is a wife, daughter, mother and grandmother. With a bachelor’s degree in sociology and economics and minors in chemistry, economics and math, Heather lives in Boise,
Idaho with her husband Caleb. Heather is a disabled Navy veteran and has served on many boards for various non-profits.
Heather is an executive officer of The Path Inc., a 501(c)3
nonprofit that her mother started to preserve and protect sacred heirloom seeds. Heather is the program director and social media coordinator for The Path. Heather is also a producer for many events including The Gathering for Humanity and nearly every event at The Path.
Heather was born under the strong Nawal sign of 9 Iq’. It represents communication and particularly divine inspiration. It is the wind, the breath of life, that which brings the change in seasons. 9 is the number of lunations in the human gestation period and in the sacred calendar.
The sacred calendar is known as a calendar of life, and it is women that give life. As such the number nine is seen as the number of life and the number of the divine feminine. It gives all that it is attached to a strong feminine presence and is a day on which women may wish to give thanks
for their gifts.
Heather is a lifelong student, a leader, and advocate for the environment, rape and sexual abuse, survivors, and veterans. Heather has a Mayan and Finish ancestry and heritage.
Mz.imani has walked the path of the drum, for more than 30 years. She is a modern woman, a grandmother, a percussionist and a ceremonial musician who has traveled the WErld as a Planetary AlcheMYSTIC with collaborative drumming, dancing, singing, poetry and praise. She is a Handpan player who supports elders, conferences and gatherings by offering music and instigating circles to play and pray for the planet, the people and life itself. Mz. imani resides in Swannanoa, North Carolina and serves as Curator of SoulFire Sanctuary and the 18th Peace Chamber.