Jumping Moon – Look carefully at the way you express yourself. Are you suppressing your communications? Express new patterns of communications… honest and from the heart. Feel your heart open and discover the change in others response to you. Value what you say and how you say it. It's your time to howl at the moon. – Maria Yraceburu
We know it can be a bit daunting coming into a new community.
Our desire is to make you feel welcome & to help you understand
& experience the love of Changing Mother Earth & Spirit.
FEES & DONATIONS: Our services and events range from fee based to donational. We accept donations, as we are a non profit community that supports not only the stability of the YEW Ranch and our Shimas, but also a multitude of community service projects that benefit us all.
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Earth Tradition to Heal the People
Quero Apache diiyin (HolyOne) and author Maria Yracébûrû has led the kind of nomadic life that’s reminiscent of her ancestors. A recent survivor of a lightning strike, Yracébûrû has been honored by the Inkan elders as “Laika” (holyone). She’s held in high regard by her community. She is a highly trained and trusted individual, instructed by her grandfather the late Juan Ten Bears Yracébûrû, in the task of remembering and telling the history of her clan. Maria not only remembers the past and traditions of her clan, but she is something of an entertainer, historian, priest, counselor, eco-psychologist, storyteller, and understands and teaches the meaning and origin of ceremony.
At YEW we believe in celebrating life & connection to the Earth. Our different Ritual Theatre productions allow for individuals to get involved & grow in group through ceremony.
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