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Upcoming Events

Sacred Lodge to Welcome in the New Year

What: Sweat Lodge

When: January 1, 2020 at 1:00 pm

Where: The Sacred Earth Sanctuary


These beautiful people helped us rebuild our lodge and initiate it at Thanksgiving time.  It was so filled with love and joy I had to do it again soon.

 Within the sacred lodge we learn the wisdom of the ancestors as we bring the hot Grandfathers to the womb of Mother Earth.  Feel the power of our open hearts, our prayers, and our songs.   


The water is poured by Patricia Turner, Founder of The Sacred Earth Foundation, who has studied with elders for more than 20 years.   


The sacred lodge offers healing, shedding and rebirth.  This is not a traditional Lakota Inipi but our lodge is filled with spirit and joy integrating traditions from indigenous elders from around the globe. In this lodge we will explore immense gratitude.



Wear warm clothing for outside and bring  loose cotton clothing for in the lodge, towel, blanket, water bottle and a yummy dish to share for our feast to follow.

Please RSVP   

Donations are deeply appreciated but all are welcome regardless of funds: suggested is $30

Ancient Paths of Initiation

What: Introduction to our program

When: February 2020 at 1:00 pm

Where: The Sacred Earth Sanctuary


Each year The Sacred Earth Foundation offers a program of initiations founded on ancient traditions of indigenous cultures from around the world. Our program welcomes men and women ages 18 and up.

This program requires a deep commitment on the part of the initiates.  You must be available the 3rd weekend every month for 5 months beginning in March  and then for 4 days in August when you will immerse yourself in a vision quest.

Your guide will be Patricia Turner, a Biological Anthropologist and Founder of The Sacred Earth Foundation, who has spent more than 20 years working with and studying with indigenous elders from Peru to Greenland. 

If this speaks to you, you must come to the introduction in February to be sure it is a program for you.  We build such deep connections that someone stepping out in the middle of the program affects everyone. 

Students of our first year in 2012