Osiyo friends. I am writing from downtown Toronto – the ghost town City of Angels. Today I’m sharing some pics that I’ve taken on my wanderings around the city over the past several days. I’m pretty sure this is a reflection of what is going on around the world. I hope and pray that everyone is well.
Most importantly for the folks here in our city, we’ve providing locations and contact information of the fantastic organizations serving food and providing resources, including food hampers and household goods to the homeless and marginalized members of our community. We will be updating this information shortly.
If you are having problems with depression or anxiety, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your support team or call a help line. Here is a link to a list of online helpers in the Toronto area. Chi Miigwetch to the Native Canadian Center, Anishnawbe Health Toronto, the Native Women’s Resource Centre, TASCC, and many other great agencies serving the people at this time.
Downtown Toronto Coronavirus Crisis April 2020
We have some great material here on Bird Clan Messenger for you to read while you’re still at home – including Melissa Teague’s recent article on Negative Ions, and beautiful teachings and messages by Joseph White Eagle and Cloud Spencer Eaglebear. Coming up in the next few days, we have a great article on prepping, some Bear Medicine about Trauma as the Gateway between the physical and spirit worlds, as well as prayers, wisdom and traditional Native teachings.
Thank you so much for being here with us.
It is my honour to be your messenger.
It is my honour to receive and share these teachings from my guides and the Ancestors. These are messages received and written to the best of my understanding. If I have made mistakes, I would be grateful for your input. If these messages don’t resonate with you, that’s okay. I wish you well. And if these messages do resonate with you – welcome to the family.
— kandace keithley, namadaki aandeg miimiiwe gekek kwe ~ Tsa-La-Gi
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