A Call to Ceremony for Navajo Nation
Neutrino Seas · 93 minutes ·

A Call to Ceremony for Navajo Nation

On July 4th Travis put down the BBQ and fireworks to attend a life changing event, "A Call to Ceremony for the Navajo People” hosted by guests Colette LeGarrigues and Andrew Forsthoefel. In the presence of Andrew’s mystifying and powerful connection to the Navajo People and his Diné mentor Daryl - Travis, Colette and Andrew discuss:

  • Navajo Medicine
  • The meaning of "ceremony"
  • COVID 19 and Navajo Nation
  • Indigenous experience in America
  • Race in America
  • Feeling the grief of our past
  • Spirituality as willing to listen
  • And more!

Donate to Navajo Nation


Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief is a volunteer grassroots indiginous-led initiative that organizes volunteers to safely deliver groceries, water, and health supplies to those hardest hit. The initiative prioritizes the elderly (especially those raising grandchildren), single, parents, and struggling families.


Navajo Water Project is a community-managed utility alternative that brings hot and cold running water to homes without access to sewer lines (more than one-third of households in Navajo Nation do not have running water).


The Orenda Tribe COVID 19 Response is a grassroots initiative working to bring immediate aid to those in need on the Navajo Nation. They prioritize efficient ordering and daily deliveries of PPE, food and firewood.

Connect with Colette

Colette Legarrigues is a daughter, wife, sister, niece, granddaughter, aunt, and friend. She is a lifelong student of indigenous medicine traditions and is currently earning a Masters of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Colette works with individuals and groups to co-create transformational spaces through the way-finders of ceremony, five-element inquiry, food-as-medicine, shiatsu, qigong, and yoga.

Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/colettelegarrigues

Connect with Andrew

Andrew Forsthoefel is a writer, speaker, and group facilitator living in southern Vermont. His memoir "Walking to Listen" tells the story of his year-long walk across America in 2011. Now, he delivers keynotes and holds workshops on the role of trustworthy listening as a catalyst for the transformation of trauma, ignorance, and violence at the personal and collective levels. You can follow his work on Instagram and his website.

Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/aforstho

Website | livingtolisten.com.

Connect with Travis

Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/travis.day/

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