Day of I’x – Call for Sacred Feminine
Finding Balance Within Yourself
Honoring the day of I’X according to the teachings of the Mayan calendar.
Dear Sisters and Brothers in the Four Directions:
I want to invite you to join myself, and my Grandmother Sister Pershlie Ami on Wednesday, October 14th at 11am MST.
The day of I’x is the day on the Mayan calendar that represents feminine agility, grace, power, wisdom and our connection to the heavens and earth. We are not only honoring this day on the calendar, but the era of feminine that we are in.
Please join us on each of I’x as Grandmother Flordemayo, Grandmother Pershlie Ami 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 ourselves.
We are also being joined by Mz. Imani and Geri Littlejohn and our host Sande Hart.
All calls :
10:00 PST ; 11:00 MST ; 12:00 CST ; 1:00 EST ; 5:00 PM GMT
Pershlie “Perci” Ami a member of the Hopi/Tewa Tribe, from the Village of Walpi, Az. Pershlie is an ambassador for Grandmothers who are educators, wisdom gathers/sharers, guides, messengers, and earth protectors. She has traveled internationally and nationally to visit with and learn from people of different nations, and religion. Pershlie assists individuals to heal broken spirits and minds by sharing her life’s journey, her traditional beliefs, and her stories. As a Hopi/Tewa Grandmother she has traveled to support all grandmothers and grandfathers. It is her vision to create a healthy world for all grandchildren. Her most recent endeavors includes; her writings on suicide prevention, dealing with the death of a love one, and her motivation cards. Pershlie continues to be active in her community by her work with, MMIW awareness, No Fracking AZ. Arizona Legislative Day, Domestic Violence, and Partnership with Native Americans. She also continues to teach her classes on Self care and Self awareness, Lateral Violence in Native Communities, GONA, I am Sacred, and her Pathway classes. She has been a feature speaker for the Intertribal Council, Native Women Conference, and National Lactation Conference.