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NATIVE AMERICAN MEDICINE NOW 

Nemenhah Training Event”

 

For the past 5 years I have recommended that those who do not have a license to work with patients consider becoming Native American Healers. This is particularly important for those who wish to use the Transcutaneous Acupuncture approach after TA Certification!!

 

LOCATION Holos Institute

– Fair Grove, Missouri 

March 30th – April 3rd, 2015 – contact Bobbette at  bobbette@normshealy.net, 1-855-329-2124 to sign-up and get details. Tuition, including 5 meals: $850

Training by Chief Phillip R. “Cloudpiler” Landis, D.D., N.D., N.A.P., Tehk Tiwehkthihmpt of the Native American Church of Nemenhah ITO

Hosted by Dr. C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.,
Tiwehkt of the Sacred Rings of Life Society of the Native American Church of Nemenhah ITO

Provided for Medicine Men and Women of the Nemenhah Indigenous Traditional Organization (Native American Church of Nemenhah,) this intensive training series emphasizes personal, professional and spiritual development using ancient Native American and restorative principles.

Nemenhah Medicine Men and Women are members of a Sacred Order of like-minded Ministers and Healers who dedicate themselves to healing the Individual, the Family, the Community, Society and our Mother Earth in the all-encompassing Five-Fold Mission of the Nemenhah People.  Thank you for joining us!

Prerequisites:
Spiritual Adoption into the Nemenhah ITO (www.nemenhah.org/spiritual-adoption). 

Please note that the Suggested Offering for Spiritual Adoption/University of Nemenhah Enrollment is included in Holos event fee.     
Study Material:
Obtain a copy of all available documents provided here: www.nemenhah.org/resources.
Obtain a copy of the Uniform Curriculum for Nemenhah Ministry – Complete Text (www.uninem.org/textbooks).
Obtain a copy of the General Handbook of Instruction for Nemenhah Leaders (www.uninem.org/textbooks
).

Training Provided: Sahaptan Guide Certification (approx. 20 UNINEM semester credit units)
Mar. 30th – G1101: Introduction to Nemenhah Ceremony.
Introduction to Nemenhah ITO.
Medicine Wheel Theory. 

Mar. 31st – G1201: New Member Orientation.
Consensus Council System and Conflict Resolution.
Definitions in Ministry: Vocational vs. Lay Ministry
.

Apr. 1st – G1301: Spiritual Adoption as Basic Defense.
Making Relations, an Ancient Premise.
RFRA and Pertinent Case-Law. 

Apr. 2nd – Chapter Formation and Importance.
Strength through Charter.
Council Elections and Administration
.

Apr. 3rd – Five-Fold Mission and Summary.”

 

 

 

 

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