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WBIIH: Teachings on the Mind from an Anishnaabe Perspective

  • 22 Feb 2022
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Webinar

About this event

About this event

Moderated by: Dr. Suzanne Stewart

Elder: Clayton Shirt


This webinar will be shared from the perspective of an Elder, Wisdom Keeper and Spiritual Leader with contemporary issues: Ethics, assessments and technology on Mental Health.

Anishinaabe worldview encompasses the mind, body and spirit. Our Anishnaabe teachings on the mind are essential for an individual mental health and well-being. Our wholistic approach includes language, ceremonies, spirituality, relationship to one another and relationships to all of creation.


A Spiritual Leader, Traditional Healer, Seer, Wisdom Keeper, carrier of the 8th Fire Prophecies, and the Ancient Thunderbird Calendar. She belongs to the 7th Fire and is a member of the Bald Eagle Clan. She is of the Potawatomi Nation (Keepers of Fire), and Jamandomac Nation (People with Excellent Memories); which is known today as the Ojibwa Nation and she is a proud member of Wasauksing First Nation.

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