What is tlish diyan?
The tlish diyan (Snake Clan) tradition of the Apache is an unbroken contract made with the Ancestors. For centuries the Yraceburu Family has been living and practicing a spiritual life philosophy spanning energetic paradyms. The legends and prophecies of evolution have been born of the landscape, the animals, plants, and Spirit.
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Nochaydelklinne – the Apache Dreamer
(Maria's great great Uncle)
In late June 1871, General George Crook arrived in the sun-baked, adobe village of Tucson, convinced that the Apaches were never going to be conquered by military troops, civilians, nor by any combination of troops and civilians. It was his belief that the only way to subdue the Indians was by using their own people against them, and one of the first Apache scouts he hired for this purpose was a young Noch-ay-del-klinne. Ten years later, this gentle man would figure prominently in a battle with tragic consequences.
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Oral Teachings from Maria
We facilitate this 5-Day residency retreat with shima Maria Yraceburu so that she can…
- demonstrate different techniques and teachings that are hard to show online
- share teachings that are of an oral nature and she will not put online
- see how you are comprehending the teachings you receive online and through your self-paced studywork
- immerse you in the type of family setting in partnership with nature that she learned in.
Registration listed is per person and includes 4 nights, 12 meals, all activities and materials. Alumni from all our 51 years are welcome at the SpiralDancing Life Immersion Retreat 2023. Desiring to best attend to all our Dancers, we ask that if you plan to make payments you register by March 1st. We have provided two options for registration: Elders/Scholarship Students and Alumni/Full Tuition Students, as well as camping at the Ranch or commuting. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com