Zen Healing…classes in construction…updates soon to be announced . Sponsored by the Algonquin Group


The Zen Course is based on the control of the nervous system by teaching conscious breathing, meditation, and the simple practice of “Zen Touch” that stimulate energy points or chakras to eliminate blockages and to allow the correct flow of energy around our body.

A complete Zen Course has a duration of 6 hours spaced around 3 days, two hours per day. (Every level).

It’s mandatory to attend all three days of the course in order to not only absorb a simple theory but also to acquire a real capacity. The failure to attend a single day of the course supposes not to complete the course.

This is a course that is both theoretical and practical. The ability of each student to master the knowledge is strengthened during the 3 days by activating the energy centers at the end of each course.  By conscious breathing techniques, the nervous system is stimulated to produce its own chemical reactions to optimize physical and mental health and to keep an ideal energetic balance.

Following a good practice in a constant and disciplined way, a state of peace can be achieved in the mind, the nervous system, around the whole body, and mostly in the spirit, allowing us to connect with our true essence and being.

This Zen course is a simple and practical tool within everyone’s reach, without out care about social, economic, or cultural status. It is not affiliated with any religion, doctrine or Zen Buddhism.

Zen simply means conscious living.

The Zen Course is free of charge, but voluntary donations are always accepted and will go towards the course organization or other solidary projects.

Kitigan Zibi course, September 9, 10,11 2019 & September 13,14,15

With Glenda Stevens NLP Practitioner, Dr. Dennis Fisher PHD & our Guest Healer to be announced. Drop in to visit at Smith Farm on specified dates TBA or contact Web MacDougall 819 334 3843

times to be announced

Honoring Veterans

For my family, relatives, friends and those I dance with at pow wows and to every day life our journey. You are never forgotten. The ties that bind us together run deeper than any mystical darkness of light that anyone wish to imagine. It lives within the foundation of our hearts✨ Honor, Love & Friendship🌹✨

Laying in bed sick with an awful sniffly cold..nothing else to do but rest, chores, dream..i close my eyes I fly to a distant land climbing climbing climbing down ravines to where the sand is warm to a place I like to set my feet to ground i lay my blanket down I press my fingers through the sand. I feel the wind begin to whisper to the ripples on the waves . Then rises to and fro they dance traveling across the new wind belts seeking where each new echo of this whisper to whom this whisper where I go. Reaching out to all com gather…receive renewal, circles, letting go.. i can see the healing rising like waves across the land the water traveling though air the winds the ocean water beckoning waves crashing at the doors for Warriors It is time to Please Come Home you ride you ride and your whisper is still That was just a shadow and You are not forgotten and You are never Alone. 🙏🌺 A mes Ami/ies For my forever friends

Sept 8 @ 19:11 this one Painting is set to go to it’s new owner
Thank you for your friendship kindly and mostly for simply being all that you are You.

Skydance’s First Dance


I love the tradition and that moment your baby wants to get out there and dance…it becomes the responsibility of family and friends & other dancers on the pow wow grounds to step up and take the newbies by the hand and bring them on their first dance. Skydance with cousin Vicky on her first dance. A treasured and honoring moment on part of our journey through life honoring it with the beauty of Dance.

Traditional Bear Tooth Necklace

made with bear tooth, buffalo hide, wolf fur/from us/& small turkey feather. I had made this one for my friend Donnell Taylor. R.I.P my friend & many thanks to you for being there always as a good friend to me and my little family.

It’s an incense stick Holder!

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It holds the incense sticks inside and then close it to find the hole that holds the incense stick…its a remake to a traditional war club. You can take something broken and make it new again. I started off making something with it. Along the way and fumbling with my sore hand…it fell to the floor. Positivity + Creativity added up to new creation!

You can find this one @ Doreen Stevens who left with it last night. This will be displayed and for sale in her Arts & Crafts Booth i believe is opening up today in Ottawa in the Market Place. Go Support your local artists! Handmade is the best made. You always know there is some story behind it all & made with TLC


Painted Deer Skull 95$

Available Wall Art Why not gift this to somebody. I cleaned this deer from start to finish. What you see here had a lot of energy put into this right from the hunt…to the cleaning of the deer to its finished piece you see here. A lot of time and work. Much respect to this 4 legged being. for purchase inbox me and


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