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How to Live In Balance and Harmony

IlgaAnn’s Red Road Insight –
The Red Road is the Sacred Hoop. Walking it is walking in harmony and balance.
It is a circle of people standing hand in hand with All That Is in creation.
This poem by an unknown author explains it well.

To walk the Red Road is to know you stand on equal ground with
all living things. It is to know that because you were born human,
it gives you superiority over nothing. It is to know that every creation
carries a Spirit, and the river knows more than you do,
the mountains know more than you do,
the stone people know more than you do,
the trees know more than you do, the wind is wiser than you are,
and animal people carry wisdom. You can learn from every one of them,
because they have something you don’t. They are void of evil thoughts.
They wish vengeance on no one, they seek Justice.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

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What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

The Red Road ia a long winding road that began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops, was carried in the snow to the streams,
 to the rivers, to the ocean. It covers Canada, Alaska, America, Mexico
to Guatemala, and keeps winding around the Indigenous.

The Red Road is a circle of people standing hand in hand,
people in this world, people between people in the Spirit world,
star people, animal people, stone people, river people, tree people.

The Sacred Hoop

My comments on the first paragraph  of this poem:
The Sacred Hoop is the circle of life that connects everyone  and everything.
It is not just for the indigenous people anymore but for all of us.
We are all interconnected to each other and All That Exists.

5 Responses to What Is The Red Road Of Spirituality?

  1. KK says:

    I have never heard of the Red Road before but have experienced it in visions. It was fascinating to read about the circle of hand holding which I have experienced in the celestial world around Mother Earth during meditations on the 9 dimensions with Barbara Hand Clow. It was a wonderful expression and experience.

  2. My sister in law is named Barbara Clow. Clow is not a common surname and I believe there is a circle that connects back to your Barbara Hand Clow :)

  3. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    You may be right and you may want to contact her through the publisher or check for ancestry connection. Best of luck. IlgaAnn

  4. Barbara Noonan, BFRP,RN says:

    IlgaAnn,
    Will you be teachingBFRP Level I this summer/fall?

  5. IlgaAnn Bunjer says:

    Hi, No I am moving to the Phoenix area in Nov. and am too busy to teach. Sorry and have a great day. IlgaAnn