It’s here! The last episode of the first season and I could not have been more honoured to have had the opportunity to share this space with the incredible Pixie Lighthorse.
I have admired Pixie’s work since the moment a copy of Prayers of Honoring was gifted to me and her words are a constant in both my personal and professional practice. I don’t know if I’ve ever felt so seen, held and known in the pages of a book before, but they have a transformative essence about them and I encourage you all to take some time to get to know her incredible work.
Cherie Dawn Carr writes as Pixie Lighthorse to honor the unheard voices of her Choctaw, Creek and Chickasaw ancestors.
She’s the author of the Prayers of Honoring series, written to restore the bonds between people and nature while healing spiritual trauma. She recently wrote Goldmining the Shadows: Honoring the Medicine of Wounds, the companion to her 2017 book, Boundaries & Protection: Honoring Self, Honoring Others.
She has created over forty-five online educational courses applying integrative transformative practice, animal and plant studies, and the Medicine Circle. Visual Quest, a painting course developed for online and live audiences to bring deeper meaning to creative processes.
She found that teaching and talking to people about spirituality is challenging while we are possessed by our wounds, shadow, binary perceptions, boundaries violations, religious trauma and collective colonial violations. Her books aim to help individuals sort through the influences that block their connection to greater sources of peace and wisdom.
As I mention on this episode, I’m taking a bit of a break but will be back with some AMAZING episodes for season two in early 2020. Thank you all, have a safe ride into the end of 2019.