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For those interested in learning and revitalizing the Indigenous languages of the Caribbean. Includes, Taíno, Karifuna, Garifuna, Lokono, Wayuu, Añu (Paraujano), Warao, Carib etc.THE USE OF ANY INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE IS WELCOMED AND ENCOURAGED! :)See More
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"Ancient Ways" Indigenous Folk Healing

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Nov 22, 2016
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"Welcome my brother"
Jul 27, 2016
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About Me:
Born in Kingston Jamaica after my mother made a promise to God that if she had a boy she would give him back to God. Ever since birth I have been fascinated with spirit and religions, I have done my personal soul searching and spirit brought me through the adventist church as a prayer warrior and now as a Paq'o and Mesa Carrier of the Qero tradition from the Andes. I have grown my gifts and would love to share our inner ability to heal and connect to the realm of spirit if only we open our hearts to connect.
As a chakaruna mesa carrier (shaman) I am the human bridge that connects us to the realm of spirit, that connects the South to the North, that connects indigenous cultures to our contemporary society, that connects the condor to the eagle.
After participating in the Peace and Dignity Journeys 2016 receiving the opportunity to represent taino ancestors of Jamaica carrying the staff of the guaraguao (Red tailed hawk) that is symbolic of the medium between the eagle and the condor I am now a Behike in training with the Caney Circle.
Occupation:
Paqo,Mesa Carrier, shamanic healer, chakaruna , Peace and Dignity Journeys 2016 runner , yamae Taino
Education:
1)Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner (American Association of Drugless Practitioners)

2) Certified Meditation Teacher

3) Paq'o -Mesa Carrier of Quechua Tradition

4) Initiated into Plant Medicine through Ayahuasca from Kofan tradition.
Research Interests:
taino, ciboney, yamaye.
Publications:
http://maroons-jamaica.com/q/modules/mod_flipbook_1/tmpl/book.html#...
Link:
http://ja-esoterics.blogspot.com

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At 7:59pm on July 27, 2016, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Welcome my brother

 
 
 

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