Spirituality of the Anishinabe: One Mind and One Heart

Kevin Nadjiwon
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 08:30 to Sunday, September 25, 2016 - 17:30
held at: 
Lyle S. Hallman Faculty of Social Work Wilfrid Laurier University 120 Duke Street West Kitchener, Ontario N2H 3W8


Opening Prayer and Introduction
Indigenous Dreaming, Visions, Education, Wisdom and Knowledge
One Mind and One Heart- Spirits Learning to Be Human Beings
Spiritual Science- Past Present and Future
Indigenous Worlds and Prophecy- Change and Transformation
Closing Prayer
Q's and A's

"Simply Bringing Back The Old Ways in A New Way."

Kevin Nadjiwon is Anishinabe, Three Fires- Potawatami ,Ojibway, Odawa -Turtle Clan. A Member of Batchewana First Nation Band of Ojibways, Kevin has spent his life living and learning traditional and modern knowledge and experience to help fulfill his dreams, visions and higher spiritual callings, in being a helper in bridging traditional and modern knowledge, resources and people together. Taking his knowledge and life experience he had resigned in 2010 from the Federal Government to follow his higher callings, which he then helped start a non-for profit called the “Seventh Generation Healing Network” and helped organized a Healing Prayer Journey called the “Walk For Nations” which took a team of 4 youth and 4 young adults 8months and 8000kms across Canada sharing their stories doing ceremony, building traditional and modern networks and unity. Now He’s continuing his vision to continue to help bridge traditional and modern knowledge, resources and people with land based projects, art, music and cultural educational workshops, events and presentations. Recently, Kevin has created new dream project called The 8th Generation Infinity Network. A Network of traditional and modern people, knowledge, wisdom, tools and resources. Building new relationships, friendships, alliances and markets of music, art, education, health and wellness, bartering, trade and business networks.