(Local Native Indian Priestess)

Linda Berry (aka White Raven Calling) of Hemet, CA will be hosting a “Wisdom Wednesday” discussion group entitled “Native Indian Symbolism & Animal Totems, Medicine Wheel, and Energy Clearing” at the Center for Spiritual Living located at 40450 Stetson Avenue on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, at 5:30 p.m.

White Raven Calling (Linda Berry) will present spiritual techniques used by Native Indians from around the world for centuries during her discussion. Educational and useful hand-out materials will be given for each discussion topic. Participants will be able to learn about their personal Animal Totem, gain peace and life balance by the use of the Medicine Wheel, and discover how to stop energy drains or feeling stagnant in their home or lives.

Berry has successfully merged theories and practices in the spiritual, psychological and metaphysical realm to create inspiring and growth-oriented discussion groups, workshops and personal one-on-one training programs, workbooks and handbooks, and spiritual readings held through her local Spiritual Discovery Training Center.

Since she was very young, Berry has actively studied various areas of Old Age Spirituality (Native Indian) and New Age Spirituality (Metaphysical) to combine the two into her style of spiritual trainings and readings. She’s trained and initiated Cherokee Priestess with the certified name of “White Raven Calling.” Her additional Native Indian training includes that of the Toltec through the personal guidance of Elder Toltec Indian, Mother Sarita from Mexico.

“I look forward to being the discussion group host for the last Wednesday of each month throughout the 2020 year here at the center,” states Berry who is also the Vice President of the CSL Leadership Council Board. She plans on presenting additional spiritual and metaphysical topics which will include “Feng Shui for Spring” on April 29 and “Crystals & Gemstones for Everyday Life” on May 27.

Wisdom, Wednesdays, are a FREE weekly community event provided for those curious about Theology, Spirituality, Metaphysics and Holistics. Every Wednesday night “Under the Domes,” these educational and practical discussion groups are hosted by a professional with expertise, background and experience on the specific topic to be presented.

“Participants can count on informative presentations and lively discussions to help them broaden their horizons,” exclaims Senior Reverend Rhonda Tretsven of the Center for Spiritual Living (CSL), Hemet. “Here at CSL Hemet, we listen to our community needs. We have received many requests for presentations of this kind that cover topics that aren’t normally discussed in a church environment.” Tretsven states that the CSL church has been serving the Hemet and San Jacinto Valley for several decades and plans to continue its spiritual service for decades to come. She also adds that “individuals have attended the church services and events from adjacent communities as well. When all faiths and beliefs are welcome, people come from all over to participate because we answer their spiritual needs.”

For further information on services, events and Wisdom Wednesdays topics and dates contact Reverend Rhonda Tretsven at the Hemet Center for Spiritual Living: 951-658-5157, [email protected], [email protected], and www.facebook.com/hemetcsl

Linda Berry can be reached at 951-665-7600 and [email protected] for further information on her services, readings, training, workshops and seminars.

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