Nan Heddi Gonzalez-Neale has been working to support the exchange of Earth Wisdom alongside her husband, Tat Erick Gonzalez from episode 10, since 1998.
Fluent in Spanish, she has traveled throughout the United States, Guatemala, Canada, and Northern Europe to help organize, facilitate, and interpret for various international Councils and ceremonial gatherings with Mayan and other indigenous elders, as well as non-native peoples from all over the world.
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In 2005, Nan Heddi received her sacred bundle and spiritual mission as an Ajq’ij in the Mayan tradition. She earned a Masters degree in Creation Spirituality from the University of Creation Spirituality/Naropa University in 1999.
Nan Heddi is also Founder and President of Earth Peoples United. She helps lead ceremonies at EPU’s land base of Deer Mountain, north of Mount Shasta in northern California.
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In the episode we talk about
-The paradox of the covid 19 pandemic with all of its death, struggle and challenge, as well as its medicine,
-Nan Heddi shares about her mother’s death. It struck me how she talks about it being the worst thing that ever happened to her…and also so full of love.
-Nan Heddi shares about Mayan Prophecy of these times.
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