SHE:KON FROM ASESHATE:KA'TE GRIEF SERVICES
At Aseshate:ka'te Grief Services, wellbeing is at the forefront of what we’re working towards. The mission of Aseshate:ka’te Grief Services is to help individuals heal and recover from loss by renewing their spiritual fires one loss at a time.
The mandate of Aseshate:ka’te Grief Services is to renew the spiritual fire within individuals by offering services that work to strengthen and encourage growth and awareness of self by utilizing and incorporating cultural teachings while helping them heal and recover from loss. The impact of healing oneself extends to all those around them. As the fire within grows, so does the fire within the family and the community.
Fundraising Collaboration with non profit organization
Project Good Mind!
These 63 affirmation cards are an outgrowth of conversations and healing accomplished by friends of Aseshate:ka'te Grief Services and Project Good Mind. As Indigenous people move towards healing the earth, others and themselves we offer these affirmative sayings derived from our work in both English and Mohawk.
With each generation comes the promise of strong, healthy nations, communities, families and individuals with the ability to trust, heal, grieve, laugh, love, share, forgive and connect.
Use these cards to aid in your daily ritual of self-love and to increase your Mohawk language competency. Post them at home and work, or share them with friends and family. Read a different one each day or all of them of every day!
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"If I were ever to find someone who felt the way I do, I would take the softest hide from the deer and I would wipe the tears from their eyes so they could see again. I would take the softest plume from an eagle and clean the dust of grief from their ears so they could hear again. I would take the purest spring water to remove the obstruction from their throat so they could speak again."
Artwork: Angela Elijah
"Unless you learn to face your own shadows, you will continue to see them in others, because the world outside you is only a reflection of the world inside you"