2023 Ancestral Healing Summit
Program & Replays
The Art of Ancestor Veneration: Daily Rites, Rituals, and Devotional Acts to Honor Your Ancestor Spirits
Ancestor veneration is a practice of sharing love and respect with those who have passed on. It uplifts the remembrance of their love, sacrifices, and lessons, and ensures their continued wellbeing. Our ancestors can assist us in creating a beautiful life — if we know how to honor them. Charlotte Nguyễn provides a Buddhist lens that will guide you in developing your own ancestral veneration practice including altar work, rituals and practical yet meaningful ways to remember and celebrate the ancestors.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- Simple practices and rituals to develop a veneration practice that's uplifting and affirming for you
- Ideas and inspiration to remember and celebrate your ancestors year-round
- How to receive the benefits that come from veneration, including making petitions and offerings
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Charlotte Nguyễn, CMT-P
Charlotte Nguyễn, CMT-P, is a spiritual and transformational coach, activist, and speaker bridging the worlds of love, justice, and healing.
In 2017, she created Get Free! a private practice and healing space for BIPOC which she dedicates to helping clients heal from oppression and cultivate truly liberated lives. For the past 6 years, she has worked with thousands of people in the field of personal development, helping them cultivate lives full of trust, confidence, intimacy, connection, mindfulness, and compassion with themselves and all their relations.
Charlotte has over a decade of experience working specifically in social change communities including Amnesty International, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees. She teaches Trauma-Informed Mindfulness at Cal State Fullerton Graduate School of Nursing and is a member of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association.
Known for her trademark gentleness, reliability, and humanness, she was named “the relatable sage” by Yoga Journal and her work on healing and spirituality has also appeared in Buzzfeed, Wanderlust Magazine, and Turning Wheel Media.
She is humbled, grateful, and expanded by it all.