• Weekly Ceremonies

    Sunday - Sabbath: Sunday Sabbath is a day set aside for rest and worship. According to Exodus 20:8 the Sabbath is commanded by God to be kept as a holy day of rest, as God rested from creation. We offer prayer services in the morning and the afternoon to our Member Conscious Prayer Circles.  Equine ActivitiesOpen to the community!Hemp Steam Lodge  An authentic steam lodge built out of white willow with volcanic rocks in which can accommodate up to 20 people at a time, participants receive complimentaryHemp Heroe™Hemp Oil and Body Care and receive the guidance from the power of mother earth prayers in our sacred steam lodge.Monday - Shiva Puja:Shiva Puja is the name of the action in Hinduism by which one worships Lord Shiva through traditional and ancient rites with the use of mantra, tantra, kriyas, mudras, and abhishekam (devotional activity).Benefits of Shiva PujaProtects from negative influences of Shani.Keeps away major diseases and improves overall health.Helps you be more ambitious and achieve professional success.Brings harmony to your marriage and your family life.Gives courage to face the various difficulties of life.Helps to gain Moksha or salvation in the afterlife

    Shiva Puja At-Home Vidhi

    Devotees must observe a strict fast for the entire day of the Shiva Pooja.Taking a bath early in the morning is necessary to cleanse one’s mind, body and soul.Mantras like the Shiva Bija Mantra, Maha Mrityunjay and other mantras are to be chanted during the pooja.Flowers and fruits are offered to appease the Lord along with the lighting of lamps and incense.

  • At-Home Daily Practice

    Prayer Offerings Waking up in the morning and giving thanks to the creator and all relations.

    Incense/Smudging For daily smudging & purification include Cedar, Palo Santo, Sage, Cannabis, Hemp, Tobacco, Copal - the act of smudging certain herbs is traditionally used to purify or bless people and places.

    The specific herbs burned ceremonially cleanse and repel evil influence, as well help in clearing negative energy from a space.

    Holy Anointing Smudging and topical use with sacred food, medicinal oils, and/or good spiritual intentions of ingesting sacred food medicines.

    Mountain Movement Holy Anointing with movement cultivating one’s energy and surroundings promoting peaceful gestures.

    Holy Anointing with good peaceful intentions and gentle stretching.

    Qigong is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention. The word Qigong (Chi Kung) is made up of two Chinese words. Qi is pronounced Chee and is usually translated to mean the life force or vital-energy that flows through all things in the universe. This practice is done under the influence of breathing.

    Tai Chi is a gentle way of relieving stress through postures and movement mocked by the elements and animals. This practice is done by focusing on the breath with one’s postures.

    Meditations Dedicating a certain amount of time, a day or multiple times a day to relaxing and emptying the mind or reciting mantras, affirmations, & prayer. Depending on the culture, this is done in a variety of ways with the same intention of gratitude, peace, & love.

    Shiva/Shakti Dance Yogic Postures and dance of the balance of the Body, Mind, and Spirit in good health and good wealth.

  • Community Ceremonies

    New Member CeremoniesAll members go through an initiation ceremony and take an oath of the code of ethics regarding using plant sacrament for only sacred purposes and an oath regarding to not intentionally hurt anyone or anything.

    On-Line CeremoniesFor people who want to be members but cannot come to our office or healing circles or cannot sponsor sacrament guide/healer to come out and initiate, then we provide for a skype/on-line initiation ceremony.

    Specific Plant Sacrament CeremoniesMembers may personal request a specific plant medicine ceremony with sacrament guide and healers, to include but not limited to cannabis, hemp and bird of prey feathers.

    The Sacrament CeremonyThree important purposes for this ceremony are to rediscover one’s innate goodness, to assist in the forgiveness process for oneself and others, and to reside in truth (Good Health-Spiritually, Emotionally and Physically).

    Moon-Cycle CeremoniesWoman who are mooning/menstruating and wish to be together with one another in ceremony.

    Coming of Age CeremonyA prayer circle with a question and answer setting open for member children coming of age and coming into their kundalini/sexual energy. We hold council and give verbal guidance for their safety and journey ahead.

    Welcome HomeHonoring soldiers, veterans, holy people, people of service who have honored their country by being of service to humanity and the land in a type of prayer-pipe ceremony, where a prayer-pipe is passed around in conjunction with sharing and catharsis. Blessing Way A ceremony based on new beginnings. A mother's blessing is an intimate party inspired by an ancient indigenous ceremonies called a blessing way. The ceremony is held to prepare an expectant mother for her upcoming birth journey, to shower mom-to-be with love, support and encouragement.

  • Full Moon & New Moon Ceremonies

    On every passing of a Full/New moon, there is a complimentary community event going on somewhere for the whole family.

    A potluck (members and/or visiting members) share food, drum, dance and music circle.

    Spiritual Journey Quest  This ceremony enables human beings to remember and understand the mission they had previously committed to achieving before their spirit assumed its earthly body and introduce them to or discover their spirit guides/inspirations.

    This is a ritual seeking personal communication with your ancestors through visions that are induced by fasting, prayer, and other measures during a time of isolation:

    typically undertaken by an adolescent male in most Native American Traditions

    although the Wumaniti Earth Native Sanctuary believe's to give this opportunity to all ages, man or woman as well.

    A journey, lasting up to four days, into the wilderness on horseback as members sit in isolation within sacred temple caves with a group of Wumaniti members camping outside for safety in your vision quest.

  • ColumSweat Lodge (Temezcal / Inipi) Ceremonyn

    The Sweat Lodge represents the womb of our mother earth. We pray to honor ourselves, our difficulties and all relations. Two important purposes for this ceremony are to remind the participants to honor and respect the creative process and to assist the participants to honor and respect all of one’s relatives, especially one’s biological mother and father. Consists of building a dome out of red willow and blankets in a sacred manner honoring all four directions, sacred smudges, and lava rocks.

  • The Sacred Prayer Ceremony

    Three important purposes for this ceremony are to remind our members to honor and respect the power of words (prayer) to assist gracefully in unity and respect of male and female differences, and to activate the law of synergy to assist all participants in achieving their heartfelt desires. This ceremony as well has a time and space for education and guidance when praying with cannabis (hemp and/or marihuana) in a smoke, pipe, and/or smudge for meditational purposes. Check out Hemp Flower Smoke, Prayer Hemp CBD Smokes, and Special Blends.

  • Woman and/or Men Grieving Circle

    A personal space to support men and women to grieve and teach breathing techniques for processing the passing of a loved one, losing a loved one to addiction, or a self-healing story.

    Circle process joins people together around a common intention or topic,

    as well as using the process to address a number of public health issues based on community need.

    The circles are a response to grief, loss and trauma.

      These circles include all of the stages, format and concepts that other Restorative Justice Circles include.

    The difference is that instead of a variety of perspectives in the Circle, the group is common to the loss.

    These types of Circles are called Healing Circles, Support Circles, Talking Circles.  

  • Rites of Passage

    Is a celebration of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another.

    In the work, WENS concentrates on groups and rites individuals might normally encounter progressively: coming of age, birthday, pregnancy, childbirth, initiation, betrothal, marriage, funerals and the like.

    Possible others include a territorial passage, the crossing of borders into a culturally different region, such as one where a different religion prevails.

  • Laying of Hands

    A ritual that accompanies certain religious practices, which are found throughout the world in varying forms such as Christianity and Jewish cultures.

    This practice is used as both a symbolic and formal method of invoking the Great Creator Mother Earth primarily during healing services, blessings, and ordination of healers, sacrament guides, elders, officials, medicine man, medicine woman and members, along with possible plant medicine sacraments and holy ceremonies.

  • The Sacred Breath Ceremony

    Provides two important purposes including having the Great Creator Mother Earth infiltrate every cell of one’s body and to assist the participant in experiencing unconditional love.

    We go through ancient breathing techniques that are based upon Hinduism, Sikhism, Taoist, Tantric Buddhism, and Tibetan Relations.

    We emphasize a daily practice of Sacred Breathe Ceremony with the guidance of the Hemp Heroe Vitality Lifestyle Program.

  • Basket Ceremony

    In this ceremony, two people and/or families exchange baskets filled with gifts. The baskets symbolize the dowries traditionally required to be exchanged for the reason why the families come together. Reasons could be just a good time. Gifts may consist of bread, corn, sacred meat, plant medicine, smoke, jewelry and sacred stones.

  • Vase Wedding Ceremony

    A vase with two holes on either side is filled with water and/or a special plant medicine drink. The bride and groom drink from it pouring from the vase as a toast to their union. A couple that can drink simultaneously without spilling a drop is believed to have good understanding with them throughout their marriage.

  • Ring Ceremony

    Because metal was not available in historic ceremonies, rings were not traditionally exchanged. This ceremony is simple, with the bride and groom exchanging rings to symbolize eternal love that has no beginning and no end. There are no specific vows or words that must be said during the exchange of rings, and it can occur at any time during the ceremony.

  • Fire Ceremony

    In this ceremony, two people create a fire circle using stones and many types of wood (up to seven). There is one large, unlit stack of firewood built in the center of the circle and two small fires built that sit to the north and south of the circle. These small fires represent the individual lives. After the two small fires are lit, prayers are offered by the feminine and masculine and they then push their individual fires into the center stack of wood, igniting one large fire.

  • Baptism  

    All Ages Involves a group of Wumaniti Members; Baptism is the Holy Primordial Oil Anointing and praying over sacraments, to include holy water and buddha bar bless the member who is confessing to Great Creator Mother Earth by pouring the water over them. Going to a sacred water site and blessing the member by complete immersion into the water. You may anoint Hemp HeroeHemp CBD Oil DaytimeandHemp CBD Oil Nighttimeas well.