Indigenous Dreaming
Sacred Circle Teachings & Community
About Us

Since 1996 we’ve been following a Dream, and creating forums to reach as many people as possible who are interested in Indigenous Dreaming and the Way of the Sacred Circle. At that time the Dream Time was clear: Gather the People Together. We’ve reached thousands+ of people since then…

We’ve also purposely moved from one forum structure to another during this time frame (making us a nomadic group) because we hoped to share this resource with as many different people as possible. We were very much aware that in order to find “Dreamers” we had to seek them out as much as they were seeking us out.

After 25+ years of teaching the Sacred Circle Way and Indigenous Dreaming as well as building a community across the World we count many circles based on “our” teachings and lead by students / initiates.

You will find on this site a large group of elders and teachers (devoted and committed to Shamanism according to a specific tradition).” We welcome all kinds of people, from different religious and cultural backgrounds. We also hope to welcome different people, with different perspectives. People who like to share, to debate, to speak their mind with respect, and who are also willing to learn / heal because of other people’s stories…. People who are ready to change, to fall, and to be grateful – honestly and truthfully within the parameters of our unique methods of learning / healing / growing.

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Dreamer’s Stone Circle

A Stone, Our Body, A Tribe. by Louise Waridel So far, I have not shared my experiences of the circles we hold in Montreal, with Gerard. I guess it is about time...


In our community we often speak of resolution.  We explore dreams or life stories; which seem to guide us towards answers or solutions; but ultimately...

Introduction to Blog 2019

I’ve been writing blogs since 2010 and suddenly about 3 years ago, I lost interest.  Part of it was because I started noticing my concept and insights popp...

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Indigenous Dreamer
It repeats what has been shared on Gathering and more….Your thoughts?"The new moon of July 9 (6:17 pm PT) is at the threshold of a new awakening. We’re coming out of some pretty rocky astrological weather and this potent new lunar cycle can help you envision your future, reboot your heart and make a fresh start.Falling in the area of the sky called Punarvasu,“the return of the light,” this new moon is a much-needed dose of renewal. Punarvasu supports self-improvement, creative insight, and can help you see your problems in a new light.If you’re ready to break a habit, improve your diet, or expand your creative impact on the world, take stock of what you need to move forward now. With a positive aspect from expansive Jupiter, this new moon is energizing growth for weeks to come.Punarvasu is ruled by an ancient Vedic goddess named Aditi. Translated as “boundless,” Aditi, is a creation goddess of limitless and ever-rejuvenating life. This is a time to tune into Mother Nature as the divine mother of creation (para-shakti) that nourishes and renews all life. How could you better protect and nurture yourself, family, and community now?Mother Nature is clearly urging a call to action. As deadly high temperatures and wildfires have swept across the pacific northwest, fiery Mars has formed an explosive alignment with Saturn and Uranus, the awakener.Take heed, warrior Mars is now joining heart-centered Venus in a turbulent area of the sky called Ashlesha, the snake star. This charismatic alignment has a lot of creative potential, but could trigger drama.On July 11 in the evening sky, Venus and Mars will appear only a finger’s width apart next to the crescent moon. In Vedic astrology, when two planets are positioned less than 1 degree apart, a planetary war is formed (graha yuddha). From July 11 – 15 beware of impulsive behavior, argumentativeness, fire and generally overly excitable situations.Use this new moon to remember the life-giving and inter-connective power of Mother Nature. She provides us with everything we need on earth, including our physical bodies.When we protect her, we protect ourselves."~Kari Field, excerpt from AnandaShree Astrology ... See MoreSee Less
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What does it mean to be a Guardian of this World? ... See MoreSee Less
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Bernice shared this great article on her page today… It’s wonderful and worth ... See MoreSee Less
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