“…we have reached a moment of humility and if we have the courage to embrace it, we will dream a new dream for our children and our grand children. If we cannot step out of our egos and into the heart of our Spirit, then we will continue to invest in the ways that are threatening the very health of the planet and her inhabitants.”
I met Jyoti (a Hindu name that means light) at a peace conference. She was speaking at the conference with a few of The Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. www.grandmotherscouncil.org
Over the years, I have been able to get to know Jyoti. I can tell you that I don’t know anyone who is more dedicated to preserving the ancient ways of The Indigenous People and our dear planet. She does this from a place of love, deep sacrifice and commitment. She does this even when she is going through great challenges in her own life. She keeps showing up and creating a world that is better for everyone. www.forthenext7generations.com
When she first brought The Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers together (from countries all over the world) her vision was to preserve the plant medicine by learning from and working with these wise elders. However, they have formed an inspiring council for peace, prayer and healing. I am honored to have her story entitled “Prayer in Action” in The Spirit of a Woman. You can read an excerpt from her story here.
When I received this profound newsletter, from Jyoti’s Center for Sacred Studies, I wanted to pass it on to you so you can share in the amazing events that they provide and be encouraged by what they are doing.
May you walk in beauty,
Read Jyoti’s Newsletter Here.
Read Jyoti’s Bio Here.