Moon Bear Traditional Healing
My name is Rebecca, KARAKWINE (Ga ra quee nay) is my Mohawk name given to me by my Raksotha (Grandfather). My name means "She brings the Light". I am Bear clan, and come from a long line of medicine healers on both sides of my family. I have learned through these last couple of years to embrace my path as a healer. I clearly remember the words of wisdom my Raksotha gave me years ago. He said "My Becky, everyday life will give you lessons to learn, it then becomes your responsibility to learn the lesson. If you choose to not see the lesson now, it will come back another day in another way until you choose to see it." I have learned a lot of lessons through my years and am still learning everyday. The most important one of all, I've chosen to learn to honour my Spirit, to be my true authentic self. That being said, I live my name "She brings the Light" I choose to walk with Light, Love and Medicine. I know my ancestors and spirit guides are with me, they help guide my path in everything I do. For that I am Thankful and Blessed.
Traditional healing practices have been used for thousands of years..... the knowledge has been accumulated from our Ancestors and Elders. Traditional First Nations Healers believe that the body, mind and spirit must work in harmony and be in balance in order to be healthy.
Traditional healing practices include a wide range of modalities, from physical cures using herbal medicines, other remedies and methods.... to promoting psychological and spiritual wellbeing using ceremony, counselling and wisdom passed on from our Ancestors and Elders.
Methods & Pricing
When I am "hired" to do traditional medicine, every session is different just like we are as individuals. I allow myself to be guided by spirit. I use a variety of methods depending on what spirit guides me to do.
-Use of Traditional plant medicines (Ononhkwa'shon:'a)
-Elemental healing (Medicine Wheel Methods) with the incorporation of healing stones
60 Min - $125
Understanding the Medicine Wheel
The circle symbolizes the unending cycles of life and unity among people.
- The "X" or cross symbolizes, the four directions North, South, East and West -- and the medicine each direction holds
- The four elements Earth, Air, Water, and Fire -- and the medicine each element holds
- The four faces of man, Spiritual, Mental, Emotional and Physical
The Medicine people believe that if you put your energy into believing what the medicine wheel stands for, that your healing, wholeness and sense of self comes from within. In essence you, create your wellness by willing to walk in awareness. Understanding the medicine wheel teachings are simple, yet multi-dimensional depending on how you choose to interpret the meanings. The Medicine Wheel holds much knowledge and it's there for the taking. Seek and ye shall find...