Dreamworks Canada – Listening to Your Ancestors Through Your Dreams, with Julie Lush

January 25, 2022 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm America/Toronto Timezone
Registration Required

Welcome to the first of 2022’s Dreamworks Canada Workshops! These sessions will offer an approach to understanding our dreams as one of the ways God speaks to us.

Tonight we’ll learn how indigenous communities relate to their dreams. Come and learn how to hear the messages being sent to you in your dreams from your ancestors.  Just like the Creator, they are always there guiding you and keeping you safe by sending you messages while you sleep.  Learn what they are trying to tell you. 

Please register here

This week’s workshop leader, Julie Pellissier-Lush, is a Lennox Island First Nation band member, is an actress, and bestselling author of ‘My Mi’kmaq Mother’, Poet Laureate for PEI, recipient of the Queens jubilee medal in 2013, the Meritorious Service Medal recipient in 2017,  and the Senators 150 metal in April 2019. She writes, acts, and does photography to preserve the history and culture of the Mi’kmaq for future generations. Julie wrote the poems for the play ‘Mi’kmaq Legends’ in 2010 and they have been performed for the last 8 years on many different stages in the Atlantic region. It is her hope that this play will someday travel all over Canada and beyond so that more people have the opportunity to learn about the rich Mi’kmaq history! Julie lives in PEI with her husband Rick, her five children, and her granddaughter, Miah.

For more information about Dreamworks Canada, please visit their website.