In this episode of The Campfire Circle, Tania talks to Rev. Adelia Sandoval, Spiritual Leader and Cultural Director for the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians. She is a Ceremonial Leader, Song Keeper, Wisdom Holder, Tribal Teacher, and Healer.
As she learned the stories and ways from her teachers, she also learned she didn’t have to “save the tribe” … she just had to become more of herself.
Sharing our stories creates a ripple effect, and even if one person hears our story and does something different because of it, well, then we just changed the trajectory of the world. In a good way.
In today’s episode:
[02:20] Becoming a Spiritual Leader (or Overseer) for the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians
[10:33] What Rev. Adelia does as a Spiritual Leader/Overseer
[12:28] Dealing with “Imposter Syndrome” as a leader
[18:00] Our relationship with the Earth
[23:50] Why land acknowledgements are so important
[27:06] Looking back at what the village system was like, especially in Orange County, CA
[32:10] How Native Americans used to manifest energy
[34:49] What Rev. Adelia hopes future generations say about us
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