Our release of fear stems partly from our deep spiritual belief that death is a friend that teaches us to cherish our moment in time, and therefore we celebrate and sing our joy to our loved one's achieved perfections in life. – Maria Yraceburu
Special Event: That Which Crosses
Registration closes December 10th.
Course fee: $75, which includes lunch, tuition, materials, and a cd download of our “That Which Crosses” grief pdf to share with others. Maximun number of students: 13
Maria and Lynda Yraceburu will be teaching other Life Rite courses, along with their other offerings throughout 2018. Lynda Yraceburu is a hereditary Romani Chovani, and Maria is a 13th generation lineage diiyin.
“That Which Crosses”
Death Transitioning Course
December 31, 2017 • 10 am - 5 pm
YEW Ranch • Ramona, CA
This course is designed for those who want to expand their knowledge of death concepts and techniques of indigenous origin. We will pull from the EarthWisdom, Maria and Lynda Yraceburu carry from their lineage teachings, to explore ancient transitional rituals and grief easing ways, as well as, Rom energy work. Topics will cover:
This hands on class is taught only in person, and we have chosen December 31st because of its significant symbology with the changing of the gregorian calendar. With synchronicity behind this action, it not only serves to help others help those facing death, but it also serves as a death and rebirth for those taking the course in their own lives. We’re all changing at the same time.
This is a contained day. We begin with setting our intent to explore the Ancient Ways of the Ones Who Care for Those Who Walked Before
diiyin MARIA YRACEBURU (1954- ) was born in Los Angeles, and educated by the great Native American WisdomKeepers of the 60s and 70s. In 1996 she joined with life partner, Lynda Yraceburu, and continued her work in the study and teaching of EarthWisdom. In 2002, with members of her extended family, Yraceburu EarthWisdom, a nonprofit eco-spiritual community was founded, and in 2009, at the invitation of tribal family, Maria and Lynda moved to New Mexico to reconnect to ancestral lands. In January 2017, they returned to San Diego county, where their ranch serves as a center for hundreds of students to immerse themselves in multi-dimenisonal relationship activities Maria teaches through.
In 2004, Maria Yraceburu received the most intense initiation of her life, being struck by lightning while facilitating vision quest for women on sacred Apache land. Since this time she has channeled many and varied teachings, some of which have been published in Legends and Prophecies of the Quero Apache, SpiralDancing Life, and Touched by the Clouds. Her teachings are shared worldwide.
is a traditional gypsy healer and accomplished student of the tlish diyan healing lineage. She is the adopted granddaughter of Grandmother Juliette de Bairclai Levy, the late Grandmother of Herbalism. Since 1995 Lynda has been an advocate for Earth Healing Ways, and leads seminars and internships. Her work has been documented in print, radio, and in articles, and her work in progress book BodyWisdom.