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Connecting to Our Ancestors Through Our Mother's Womb

Broadcast on February 01, 2023
With Grandmother Flordemayo
Hosted by Vanessa Gonzalez Codorniu

Grandmother Flordemayo will explain the connection to our Mother, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother within a womb. We know that every female develops all the eggs she will ever have while still growing as a fetus inside her own mother. One of those eggs ultimately became you and in essence, you are that umbilicus and connection to the ancestors. Our womb is the vessel. Grandmother Flordemayo will also talk about the sacred placenta ceremony handed down to her through her family, and talk about ways to honor our Ancestors and Mother Earth. 

In this session, you’ll discover:

  • Wisdom about the womb and the connection to your ancestors
  • The sacred placenta fire ceremony handed down to Grandmother Flordemayo through her family lineage, and why it's important
  • A technique to connect to your ancestors
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Grandmother Flordemayo

Mayan Elder, Curandera, Universal Healer, Visionary & Founder of The Path

Raised by her mother, who was a midwife, Grandmother Flordemayo grew up in the highlands of Central America in a family of Mayan healers. She travels the globe to share healing and foster a more spiritual understanding among humanity.

She founded The Path Inc., a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the conservation and preservation of heirloom and heritage seeds. Grandmother Flordemayo is a founding member of the Church of the Spiritual Path, the Confederation of Indigenous Elders of America, the Institute of Natural and Traditional Knowledge, and the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. She's a regular contributor to courses and talks for The Shift Network. 

Grandmother Flordemayo