About Grandmother Medicine Song…
In the world of “the people”,
Grandmother Medicine Song spent her summers on the Mesas of Arizona with her Hopi grandmother where she learned and lived the mysteries and ways of the people.
In the world of the Anglo,
Grandmother Medicine Song, known as Jeremie Leckron, has a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California and Post Doctorate work in Religion from the California Institute for Integral Studies. For over twenty years, Grandmother Medicine Song had an active practice as a Jungian analyst.
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In the hope that bridges between these two worlds can be built,
Grandmother Medicine Song’s teachers have given her permission and encouragement to bring forth the wisdom of the old ways at this critical juncture in humanity’s evolution.
Meet The Happiness Team at Hopi Wisdom Teachings
For over 30 years, Jeanne Terry worked as a teacher with children and teens with emotional and behavioral challenges. Later, she directed a program for teen parents to help them finish high-school or get their GED and to learn the life-skills they would need to parent and earn a living. Along side those (steady income) jobs she worked for 30+ years as a body worker focused on bringing to light the emotional basis of chronic pain in the body.
Jeanne’s role at Hopi Wisdom Teachings is Content Editor. She works closely with Grandmother and Barbara Lee to assist with content creation, editing materials for publication and participating in recording sessions.
Since 2006, Jeanne has been sitting in Grandmother’s circles. She finished her seven-year apprenticeship with Grandmother Medicine Song at the end of 2015. Jeanne is also trained by Grandmother Medicine Song to teach circles in her home in Kentucky.
What Jeanne says about Grandmother Medicine Song and her teachings,
“For me these teachings have dispelled any lingering ideas that I am a separate being in a world of other material things. Now I find myself living in, and deeply connected to a world that is sentient and alive. I feel as though the all of nature has become a magical, sentient, alive being that can and will support me and teach me. This, too me, is living in Sacred Life.”
Global Community Outreach
Satya Henkes is our Global Community Outreach Director. She graciously serves Hopi Wisdom Teachings from the European continent by helping us build international awareness and connections in her home country and abroad.
Satya lives in the Netherlands and has a bachelor’s degree in Theater. She currently works as a program manager for the second largest city in her country. Satya has finished a seven year apprentiship to Grandmother Medicine Song and has been trained by Grandmother to teach specific Wisdom Circles in the Netherlands. Satya has a growing community of students and helping them to integrate Grandmother Medicine Song’s teachings into modern work environments.
For more information email our Global Community Outreach Director.
Click here to learn more about Satya’s offerings in the Netherlands.
What Satya says about Grandmother Medicine Song and her teachings:
“What I learned most through her wisdom is to listen to my own ancient voice within and start living by this knowing. This gave me back my joy, my latent knowing of how everything is connected and the importance of living my own life in right relationship with all created.”
Digital Media, Art, Marketing & IT
Barbara Lee Black has a Master of Fine Arts degree in studio art, with a concentration in fine art photography and digital media. She has received two Artist Fellowship Awards from the Alabama State Council on the Arts. From 2009 until 2018, she was a professor of Digital Media and Photography at the University of Alabama. You can view her art works at, www.barbaraleeblack.com
Her role at Hopi Wisdom Teachings is as the Digital Media, Art & Marketing Director. She assists with a myriad of things from web design, audio and video recording, marketing, content creation & editing, and technology support.
Barbara Lee began sitting in circles with Grandmother in 2015. She is currently in a seven-year apprenticeship with Grandmother Medicine Song.
A Message for the Tribal Elders
Grandmother Medicine Song extends her heart and hand to the Grandmothers and Grandfathers of the Hopi and other Tribal Nations.
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