Ancient Wisdom Council

by Weam Namou

Weam

Photo by Zanna Pillars

One thing I learned in Lynn Andrews’ shamanic school is that if you feel something is missing in your life, become that something. In October 2014, I was at one of our gatherings with Lynn in L.A., and I asked whether there’s a council in Michigan that I can join. There are numerous councils in the United States and abroad that come together every month and pass on the teachings of Lynn and the Sisterhood of the Shields.

I was told there is not one in Michigan, and someone easily suggested, “Why don’t you start a council?”

So I returned home and started the Ancient Wisdom Council in early 2015. Each of our gatherings have had a unique, magical, and learning experience. Last week, during our April gathering, my council had the honor of receiving the Rainbow Bridge Altar Cloth, which was weaved together in 1990 at one of Lynn’s gathering at Joshua Tree. Since the time the cloth has been made, it has traveled the four directions, to the councils and certain individuals all over the country. This year it is also traveling in Europe. June Milich, the woman who weaved it wrote, “A journal travels with the cloth each year, carrying many of the magical stories which have been weaving themselves into the cloth.”

She adds, “In my heart I know this rainbow colored cloth is meant to be an inspiration – a bridge from what is now to what can be, a bridge from feeling separate and alone to feeling whole and all one.”

This, in my opinion, is a definition that also applies to the teachings of the Sisterhood of the Shields. And this is what the women experienced at the Ancient Wisdom Council gathering as they wrapped the rainbow cloth around them and, those who brought them, around their children.

 

To learn more about the councils around the world, visit http://lynnandrews.com/councils/

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