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.

Follow Your
Heart Beat
From The Blog

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...

Resolution

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...

7 days ago

Indigenous Dreamer
We now have an Indigenous Dreamer Facebook Group for those who are interested. It’s open to anyone and everyone who would like to know us better and who would like to explore Indigenous Dreaming. Please leave your name if you are interested.... ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

3 weeks ago

Indigenous Dreamer
After watching a few neighbours rake their lawns this weekend in + 14 temperatures, I told my husband: “It’s too early to start yard work.”There’s a reason why our grandparents used to say “we need to wait until Mother’s Day weekend before starting any yard work...”Humans tend to think that everything is about them. They often forget they share the world with other creatures. There was a time when we cared about the animals, the trees, and the insects. It’s important to keep reminding each other that we share the Planet with other creatures. It’s also important to keep reminding each other why we need to wait before doing yard work or any other activities which could destroy the habitat or the life of other creatures....If you have natural wisdom to share please do it here! Thank you.Wolikon. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

2 months ago

Indigenous Dreamer
Since the start of the pandemic there’s been talk about “change”. I’m kind of hoping that we are all ready to contribute to new visions of the Future. Here in Montreal this Winter, the Homeless were a big part of the news in relationship to the pandemic and the curfew. I think it’s time we open ourselves up to new ideas....youtu.be/EUxR8RRVqRc ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook