Wheel Wisdoms

The letter of Chief Sealth (Seattle) of the Suwamish Tribe to the President of the United States of America, Franklin Pierce, 1854.

Work Shops & Events

In the old shamanic traditions, shamanism literally means "one who travels between the worlds." In today's fast-paced techno-material world, many of us are coming in from the cold and individualistic square culture into the warm relational round culture of the old ones.


Allen, Paula Gunn. The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions. Beacon Press, Boston, 1992.

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SACRED CIRCLES INSTITUTE P.O. Box 733 MUKILTEO, WA 98275 (425) 377-9408


During the month of August, when the sun is high and the days are generally hot in the Northern Hemisphere, the world south of the equator is just beginning to open up to Spring.


Two Sacred Circles students from Illinois, Duffy Poindexter and Elbrey Harrell, are part of a world-wide effort to pray for healing and peace throughout the world in an on-going, unitive way.

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Since we last visited with you, we are pleased to report that many Native American men and women in prisons throughout the United States are still receiving the Sacred Circles lessons and are doing much to "keep their circles strong" in these very challenging environments.