Transformative Thursday: Indigenous Ways of Knowing

Transformative Thursday Step #3: Time and Space as Parameters | 12.12:12.12

Long Nights Moon / Cold Moon 12.12.19 @ 12.12 AM ET

“And we begin again transformed by the process and lessons of the past 13 Moons”

POV | USA Indigenous Southern Creole:  Finding A Point of Balance ~ Centering ~ Letting Go ~ Stepping Out On Faith ~ Wading In The Water ~ Finding Preserving Steadfast Faith & Unshakable Hope 

Our endpoints are the Daughter of Posh between Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox, laid out as cosmic dots of alignment synching us to the land beneath our feet.  We have a new beginning with the last full moon of this year and decade on 12.12 at 12.12 AM ET. That’s my sign from the universe that I can officially walk out of The Blues.  My journey through grief has delivered me to rock bottom.

I’m broken but through Divine Mercy I’m healing from the inside out.  Being at rock bottom gives clarity that only comes from climbing up the rock face side of salvation mountain.  So, I’m teaching myself and being my own best student as I experience my own transformative healing through marks of resistance made with needle and thread. Marks of Resistance Online is about participating in a creative hands activity in a season connected to long-standing traditional indigenous practices from the days of Algonquin Moon Lodges.  These traditional indigenous ways of knowing are lifted up by the prayers, joys and heartaches of our ancestors.

Published by Carola Jones, Artist

Indigenous Artist, Writer, Designer | Internet Techie | Pow Wow Dancer | Lover of Dyeing Cloth Especially With Indigo, Madder & Marigold | 4th Generation Hand Embroidery & Sewing Enthusiastic | Working Traveler | NC Toisnot & Mattamuskeet Tuscarora & FL Seminole | Algonquin

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