Date(s) - Monday, Feb 08, 2016
St. Matthias Episcopal Church
Michael Bastine, Algonquin healer, storyteller and spiritual teacher, present “The Native American Perspective on Nature” at the meeting of the East Aurora Garden Club at noon Monday, Feb. 8 at St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 374 Main St., East Aurora.
Bastine will speak about Native American ways of healing using native plants and the connection of spiritual elements to the environment through the Native American perspective. He is a founder of the Touch The Earth Natural Resource Center of South Wales. He is co-author of the book Iroquois Supernatural (Bear & Co./Inner Traditions, 2011), which shares stories, lore and beliefs of the spiritual legacy of the six nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. He is a co-founder of the East Aurora based research organization Spirit Way Project and serves as an advisor to the Center for Algonquin Culture.