Authentic immersion into a world counseled by ancient wisdom.
A Calling-In Ceremony is an authentic immersion into nehiyaw or Cree language, story and teachings. This introduction to Indigenous protocols, worldviews and history is an opportunity to experience an intimate Sit-in Circle, taking classroom theory to the field for a firsthand experience on the land.
The Sit-in circle is a curation of ceremonies ideal for gaining perspective and open mind for team building, beginning a project, or connecting with the places in which we live.
Calling-in Ceremonies are ideal for senior executives, strategists, entrepreneurs, consultants, teachers, or anyone looking for an authentic and empowering experience. We welcome participants at any level of education and exposure to Indigenous ideas and history.
Discuss worldviews and history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, and how they differ from non-Indigenous peoples
Understand what characterizes contemporary Indigenous-Non-Indigenous relationships
Gain an understanding of proper terminology, and the roles, benefits and responsibilities of being a person that has committed to the renewal of the Treaty relationship we have inherited as Canadians
Participate in a Sit-in Circle, traditional protocols, such as smudging, presenting of traditional tobacco to a knowledge keeper