Rebekah and Bear began walking together in March 2011. Both of the Blackfoot tribe, they now work as a couple to help others learn of the Shamanic ways. “We love taking people out on the land to teach them how they can heal themselves and reconnect with nature.”
Rebekah’s is of Native American Heritage, Seminole from her mothers side, and Blackfoot and Crow from her fathers side. She was born and raised in the native lands of the Verde Valley in Arizona.
Since she was a young child, Rebekah was always fascinated by the Native culture, beliefs, ceremonies, artifacts, and the indigenous way of life. As a hobby, she started making medicine bags, dream catchers and other Native crafts because of the good feelings that came from connecting with Spirit while she was creating each piece.
Rebekah and Bear practice and teach animal medicine. The natives believe that the animals are messengers from the Great Spirit and we can learn how they are guiding us on our path by paying attention to them. They have also been helping others find answers through the practice of animal medicine card readings.
Rebekah also practices shamanism. Some of her healing techniques include shamanic journeys, Sedona vortex tours, medicine wheel ceremonies, and energy clearing through Blackfoot medicine. Her totem animals are Hawk, Eagle and Raven. Rebekah was given her Native name of “Two Moons” by Spirit in 2008. Rebekah is also a certified Life Coach and uses this practice during ceremony and private sessions. You can read Rebekah’s personal journal/blog at… www.WALKASHAMANSPATH.com View Rebekah’s photography here… www.SpiritsEye.com
Rebekah and Bear are dedicated to re-integrating the old native ways back into our world today, when everything was sacred and treated with honesty and respect. When spirituality was practiced on a regular basis. When everyone had a deeper connection with the earth, the animals and their true selves. When all life was in perfect balance because people respected the natural laws of the creator. When you could safely drink from any stream of water and nothing was waisted. Rebekah, among many, believe that we can return to this time and heal the wounds of the past. Maybe we cannot fully return to this way, but at least we can begin to integrate back into our lives some aspects of this beautiful past.