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Awakening to Conscious Co-Creation

Awakening to Conscious Co-Creation

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January 26th 2011:From Sinixt to Somerset

In 1987, an enigmatic encounter with a Native American visionary drew Celia Gunn into the renascence of his people, the Sinixt First Nation of British Columbia, declared extinct by the Canadian government in 1956. For six years, Celia walked a path that few have followed, working with members of the Band on cultural preservation projects. Setting a number of historical precedents, in 1989, the Sinixt were the first Band to ask for repatriation of ancestral remains, and to date are still upholding the longest and most peaceful occupation of Crown Land in Canadian history, as they continue their

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Celia Gunn

An English writer, Celia Gunn has lived in Israel and Canada, working in education and publishing. Insights from her unique experience with the Native Americans inspired her to begin working with her husband, Anthony Thorley, in her indigenous British sacred landscape. Her time is happily divided between co-creating a Chakra Garden, giving talks and running workshops, and ongoing writing projects. Celia’s book about her experience, A Twist in Coyote’s Tale, has been adapted into a film, The Sinix't: Bringing Home the Bones, which premiered in Nelson, BC in 2010. She continues to be involved with the tribe's struggle for full representation. Her other published books include one on animal spi
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