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Walk a Mile in My Moccasins

  • February 15, 2012
  • 4:00 PM - 6:15 PM
  • St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, 13th & Washington, Denver


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Continuing Education for Spiritual Directors

Walk a Mile in My Moccasins with Linda Cornier

Wed, Feb 15, ’12, 4–6:15 p.m. (networking, fellowship, and refreshments, 3:30–4 p.m.) Cost: $15 to $35, as you are able)

Topic    Listening is the beginning of serving others. A mile begins with a step. Stepping into someone’s journey requires other-focused listening. There is strength in silence. Westerners are awed when someone is articulate; listening is equally important. Experience Native American listening techniques: Spiritual directing/Traditional healing is like open heart/mind surgery. This might entail finding solutions, giving food, a plant, root, or herb from mother earth; dancing, singing, praying, fasting or becoming a mirror for others. Telling stories can help others make decisions for themselves. We conclude with praying the four directions.

Presenter  I am Linda Cornier, a Pojoaque Pueblo and Hunka sister of the Lakota Nation. My name is Cante I Wan Kab Wi (Above Heart Woman). I have a BS in Psychology and Behavioral Science, an MA in Religious Education, and an MPA (Masters in Public Administration) from University of Colorado. I am completing a Doctorate in Ministry from Unification Theological Seminary. I have worked at Denver Indian Center, Denver Indian Health and Family Services, National Native American HIV/AIDS Prevention Center and am currently working at Native American Cancer Research. I am a mother and grandmother.
  • Place: St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, Denver at 1350 Washington St, Rm 200 (Enter the west glass-enclosed foyer). Park in the cathedral lot between Washington and Clarkson north of 14th Avenueor on the street nearby. (Clarkson is northbound, Washingtonis southbound.) GET MAP.
  • Time: Wednesday Feb 15, ’12, 4–6:15 p.m.( 3:30–4 p.m.networking, fellowship and refreshments)
  • Cost: $15 to $35, as you are able. Those who can give more support SDCO scholarships.
  • Information: 303-420-1345 or
  • Registration: Please register online and pay using your credit or debit card. Click the glassy R button.



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