MariJo Moore, of Cherokee, Irish and Dutch ancestry is an author/ artist/ poet/ essayist/ lecturer/ editor/ anthologist/ publisher/ workshop presenter/ spiritual advisor/medium.
Her published works include:
Crow Quotes, Desert Quotes, Spirit Voices of Bones,
Tree Quotes, Red Woman With Backward Eyes and
Other Stories, Confessions of a Madwoman (also on CD),
The Diamond Doorknob, and its sequel When the Dead Dream
(rENEGADE pLANETS pUBLISHING)
Feeding the Ancient Fires:
A Collection of Writings by North Carolina American Indians
(editor, Cross Roads Press)
The Ice Man, The First Fire, The Cherokee Little People,
(children's books published by Rigby Education)
Bilingual edition (Dutch/English) Woestijnwoorden (Desert Words)
translated by Annemarie Sauer, published by Uitgeverij Kramat, Belgium
Genocide of the Mind: New Writings by Native Americans
(editor, Nations Books/Thunders Mouth Press NYC)
Eating Fire, Tasting Blood:
Breaking the Great Silence of the American Indian Holocaust
(editor, Thunder’s Mouth Press NYC),
Birthed From Scorched Hearts :
Women Respond to War (editor, Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, CO).
The Boy with a Tree Growing from his Ear & Other Stories
A Book of Spiritual Wisdom for all days
The Path to the Root of Forgiveness
Why do we not forgive? What is under the non-forgiveness? Hurt, anger, fear, frustration, a belief of unworthiness? Is there a deeper reason?
There are many ways to work toward forgiveness, but unless we know the root cause of why we cannot forgive, we can never fully let go. In this experiential gathering/workshop, Ms. Moore will offer spiritual help in determining each participant’s understanding of why it is so hard to forgive another as well as one's self. Once root cause is understood, guidance to a ceremony, which will help to heal all concerned, will be given.
Saturday August 6, 2016, 10-5 PM
Comfort Suites at Biltmore Square
890 Brevard Road Asheville, NC 28806
Cost $155.00 (inlcudes all supplies)
Last day to pay and register, July 12, 2016
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