BRANT SECUNDA

Shaman • HEALER • AUTHOR • Ceremonial Leader

Brant Secunda - Huichol Shaman and Ceremonial Leader

BRANT SECUNDA

Shaman • HEALER • AUTHOR • Ceremonial Leader

WHO IS BRANT SECUNDA?

Brant Secunda has dedicated his life to teaching the principals of Huichol Shamanism For over 30 years, Brant has been leading conferences, workshops, and retreats around the globe. He is a co-founder of the American Herbalist Guild, the Peace University, and the Huichol Foundation. He is also the co-author of the award-winning book Fit Soul Fit Body, 9 Keys to a Healthier, Happier You.

Brant Secunda is a shaman, healer and traditional ceremonial leader who completed a 12-year apprenticeship with Don José Matsuwa, the renowned Huichol shaman who passed away in 1990 at the age of 110.

WHO IS BRANT SECUNDA?

Brant Secunda has dedicated his life to teaching the principals of Huichol Shamanism For over 30 years, Brant has been leading conferences, workshops, and retreats around the globe.

He is a co-founder of the American Herbalist Guild, the Peace University, and the Huichol Foundation. He is also the co-author of the award-winning book Fit Soul Fit Body, 9 Keys to a Healthier, Happier You.

Brant Secunda is a shaman, healer and traditional ceremonial leader who completed a 12-year apprenticeship with Don José Matsuwa, the renowned Huichol shaman who passed away in 1990 at the age of 110.

SHAMANIC PROGRAMS

Brant Secunda leads shamanic retreats around the world

BRANT’S STORY

SHAMANIC HEALINGS

Brant Secunda performs shamanic healings around the world

BRANT SECUNDA: HUICHOL SHAMAN

Brant Secunda completed a twelve-year apprenticeship with the late don Jose Matsuwa — a renowned Huichol shaman and tribal elder — to become a shaman and ceremonial leader in the Huichol Indian tradition.

Living in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico, the Huichols are considered to be one of the last tribes in North America to have preserved their pre-Columbian traditions.

After completing his apprenticeship in 1978, don Jose publically announced that Brant would take his place in the world and certified him as a Huichol shaman and lineage holder. Many years of friendship later, and shortly before passing away at the age of 110, don Jose reminded Brant of his mission, ”

“I want you to go on. I leave you in my place. Tell your people to celebrate life and follow the deer all the way to their hearts.”

BRANT SECUNDA: HUICHOL SHAMAN

Brant Secunda completed a twelve-year apprenticeship with the late don Jose Matsuwa — a renowned Huichol shaman and tribal elder — to become a shaman and ceremonial leader in the Huichol Indian tradition.

Living in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico, the Huichols are considered to be one of the last tribes in North America to have preserved their pre-Columbian traditions.

After completing his apprenticeship in 1978, don Jose publically announced that Brant would take his place in the world and certified him as a Huichol shaman and lineage holder. Many years of friendship later, and shortly before passing away at the age of 110, don Jose reminded Brant of his mission, ”

“I want you to go on. I leave you in my place. Tell your people to celebrate life and follow the deer all the way to their hearts.”

THE HUICHOL

DANCE OF THE DEER FOUNDATION

Don Jose emphasized to Brant that the cultural survival of the Huichol people depended upon external awareness of the Huichol way of life.

In 1979, Brant Secunda established the Dance of the Deer Foundation Center for Shamanic Studies to disseminate and preserve Huichol culture, practices, and traditions, and to provide direct assistance with the goal of promoting self-sufficiency and economic independence.

The foundation also sponsors Brant Secunda’s workshops throughout the world, including pilgrimages, vision quests, and holistic medical conferences. Participants learn the sacred Huichol traditions. These traditions reunite people to the source of all life in order to help heal the earth, our communities, and ourselves.

DANCE OF THE DEER FOUNDATION

Don Jose emphasized to Brant that the cultural survival of the Huichol people depended upon external awareness of the Huichol way of life.

In 1979, Brant Secunda established the Dance of the Deer Foundation Center for Shamanic Studies to disseminate and preserve Huichol culture, practices, and traditions, and to provide direct assistance with the goal of promoting self-sufficiency and economic independence.

The foundation also sponsors Brant Secunda’s workshops throughout the world, including pilgrimages, vision quests, and holistic medical conferences. Participants learn the sacred Huichol traditions. These traditions reunite people to the source of all life in order to help heal the earth, our communities, and ourselves.

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