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“It booked up fast” organizer speaks on artisan and metaphysical event this Saturday

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Psychic mediums, herbalists, indigenous healers, artisans and more will gather in Maynooth this weekend. 

The Spring Awakening and Welllness event will take place on Saturday and we spoke with event organizer Tina, whose Spirit Name is Zhaabwaabi Kwe, meaning  “She Sees Thru Clearly Woman”

She is an Anishnaabe Seer and Spirit Talker of Michi Saagiig Anishnaabe Kwe of Hiawatha First Nation.   

Zhaabwaabi Kwe spoke about some of her inspiration in organizing the event, which immediately garnered a lot of interest: 

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“I found the locals were requesting more spirituality, more plant medicines, more original medicines and healing” Said Zhaabwaabi Kwe, “So I just took the bull by the horns and I decided to put everybody all together” 

Zhaabwaabi Kwe spoke about the importance of the vendors themselves, 

“For those artisans that work from home, the unsung heroes, you know it’s for them too” She said, “All of those lost gifts, talents and knowledge that people are still doing. And it booked up fast.” 

Zhaabwaabi Kwe described some of the lost gifts as: 

 “The passing down of knowledge, working with plant medicines, the knitting, the sewing, the handcrafting, all of that. The self-sovereignty” 

At the event will also be some awareness vendors, including Dibaajimowin Cultural Centre – a non profit Organization from Alderville First Nation. People with any questions on Every Child Matters, MMIWG or any other Indigenous Awareness Campaign can visit their table.

The Spring Awakening and Wellness event is from 10-4 this Saturday at Emond Hall, at the library building in Maynooth. 

For more information you can go to Anishnaabe Naturals Facebook page. 

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