Munay-Ki
Join us as we talk with Reverend Lorna Brown about Munay-Ki!

Guest Rev. Lorna Brown, an ordained minister, spiritual teacher, and workshop leader from Ann Arbor Michigan is also a founding member of the Gateways Center for Life Enrichment in Ann Arbor. Haven’t heard of Munay-Ki? We hadn’t either so we were so excited to have Lorna Brown join us in the studio to get enlightened!

Lorna helps us understand the meaning of the words, where it came from and even the role of Dr. Alberto Villoldo in the transference of this information. It’s a fascinating hour and so informative as we get a better understanding of what are essentially energetic transmissions, and the role they can play for us all today.

There are several different rites within Munay-Ki and Lorna helps us to get a better understanding of how the rites are given, whether they are used for physical enrichment or spiritual expansion, and even the role of fire within the rites. It’s such an interesting hour with a very warm and generous individual. We know you won’t want to miss it!

To reach Reverend Brown, please contact her at www.revlornabrown.com for more information about this fascinating body of work.

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