All In Good Time Activation #00: Exiting

Exiting: Transitioning into Space & Time, leaving the Ceremony at your own pace.

Please click on the video below to begin the activation.

We invite you to play this audio track by Joshua Classic Roots DePerry while you read and reflect upon the Teachings shared below by Philip Davis and Isaiah Gilson. Joshua has incorporated sounds and tones from our NORTH location Marita Payne Park.

Audio Transcription

Feel everything that’s behind you now and begin to walk forward. As you walk, bring everything with you as if you have a dress or a cape with a long train trailing behind you.  

At some point release the train and continue walking, feeling the lightness as you connect to this present moment and move forward with ease into the next cycle of your day.

Indigenous Teaching from Philip Davis

If there is anything that I missed in my acknowledgment of All Creation feel free in your mind to fill in gaps so that we all can participate with one mind.

Smudging Ceremony with Isaiah Gilson

An image of Isaiah Gilson walking through a forest in the wintertime. His back is facing the camera and he is walking away into the trees.

Remember the feelings felt through this experience and what you learned. This Way of Life will carry you through. Life is full of Ceremony and Ceremony itself. The air we  breathe, the food we eat, the warmth we feel, and the life we live is all Ceremony. It is like breathing, making your heartbeat. It can be as simple as stopping, taking a moment, and acknowledging that this is all taking place at every moment. Go with love and be well.

An Offering from Isaiah Gilson

Smudging is a good place to start learning/understanding ceremony, also understand not all Indigenous People smudge in the same manner, this is one way of many. Also keep in mind that there is no right or wrong way to smudge, only your way that feels natural and right to you, trust your body and spirit through your process. All of these steps are my personal ways of being, related to smudging and my general approach to my moment to moments in the day to day.