Edge of the Bush

Renews old-time protocols from around the Great Lakes of coming to the ‘edge’ of another person’s territory, lighting a small fire, and waiting to see who comes to that meeting place between Nations, Peoples, and Sacred Territories. Recreating these naturally occurring ‘Sharing Circles’ around the Sacred Fire with Asemaa (Sacred Tobacco) in our hands throughout the Four Seasons supports the establishing and maintaining of respectful relationships between Peoples/Nations that is at the heart of Truth and Reconciliation.

Renewing these Ceremonies at the ‘edge of the bush’ of Beaver House First Nation near Kirkland Lake