Ceremonies may be self Derived, they may come from vision, they may be given by a teacher, they may be cultural. From all sources the essence of all ceremonies have the same underlying roots. It is a process in which the human capacity for sacred feeling and reverence is given form and expression. A place where we give gratitude and celebration for life and its many mysteries. A portal for focusing and channeling of spirit to manifest the magic and abundance in our lives. cutting through the Monotony of the mental construct of linear time.
In Ceremony we align the Earth, and our physical body, with the intentions of our Hearts given to the Creator Spirit. This intention held within the ceremony is woven like a living fabric in time space through the Earth, the humans, the spirit world, and the different elements of earth. Breathing a Portal to higher states of being and living.
Energy moves the least path of resistances. When we ritualize and focus energy through ceremony we amplify the creative life force energy to be channeled into your conscious reality. Creating Magic in all of your life is a main drive in what we do. To bring harmony to the trinity of the self, and inspiration and abundance to the Spirit.
It has long been known among indigenous cultures that when people forget their place in the web of life without periodically renewing connection with the sacred, illness and disharmony follows.
Ceremony is the thread of life that holds the tapestry of life together.
First of all, so there is NO confusion: NAIC NEVER EVER charges for Native American or Indigenous Traditional Ceremony and or for participating in ceremony. We never have, we never will. All NAIC and/ or Native American Indigenous Church ceremony is based on the gifts and teachings freely given by Mother Earth. NAIC ceremony is open and free to all NAIC- Priory of Saving Grace members without discrimination of any kind.
From the beginning of time when people first walked, Great Spirit provided human beings with two indigenous spiritual ceremonial customs that honor the two earthly substances that sustain Human life, Air (Father Sky) – Prayer Pipe (Sacred Breath Casuse Ceremony) and Food (Mother Earth) – Sacrament (Sacred Mushroom, Cannabis, or Grandfather Cactus Ceremony).
Partaking of these two sacred gifts, to our first parents, first supplied by the Great Spirit then they evolved into other ceremonial customs. These ceremonies from the beginning to the present manifested themselves from the promptings of ones’ heart. It has been discovered that the regular practicing of these ceremonies enhances the worshiper ability to walk in, Faith, Gratitude, Humility, Charity, Respect, Honor and Forgiveness.
Practicing and living these ceremonies on a regular basis tend to enhance and assist one to live with honor and respect for all their relations that leads to a responsible and peaceful existence
All of the following ceremonies remain with us today, due to the courage and tenaciousness of our indigenous ancestors. Throughout human history there have been influences based in greed and prideful intentions that have sought to destroy or marginalized the practicing of these Sacred Ceremonies, the Racist War Against the American Native Culture.
Through these trials and tribulations, Native American Indigenous Church has established a Code of Ethics and NAICTS Ceremonial Protocol to sustain these ancient religious practices for generations upon generations to come.
Under NAIC- Priory of Saving Grace authority, Priest, Church Elder and Medicine Persons, Patrick Colasanti , Kyllie Myers and other ordained and or authorized ministers are authorized to lead NAIC ceremony.
The world has seen many faces, colors, and creeds over the millennia, yet the essence of all their ceremonies where the same. This is because all are one and we all feel the call to practice in these authentic expressions of gratitude and celebration for life.
Come celebrate with us.