|2004 Lee Hilfiker, Sacred Way.
Elder - LEE HILFIKER, M.Ed.P.D.,
By incorporating ceremonial practices into our daily lives we can enrich our sense of spirituality in the modern world, restoring
balance and harmony to ourselves, our communities, and our planet as a whole.
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Lee is a full Mesa sacred healing altar carrier, a paqo (shaman) of the
Andean mystics traditions. Lee has studied shamanism since her
childhood and has facilitated the Medicine Wheel, taught shamanism
internationally, and has engaged in healing ceremonies for over
thirty-five years. She continues to offer teachings and ceremonies
throughout the seasons. Lee lives in Eau Claire, WI and travels to other
destinations to provide Sacred Ceremonies.
Known by her Native gifted names as "Touches the Clouds" by (Ottawa)
and "Owl Medicine Woman" by (Huichol).
A Spiritual Path For Healing
|Living in a sacred way restores balance and
harmony to ourselves, our communities, and our
Earth Mother. Mother Earth, Father Sky share
their spirit with all the life they support.
Listed here are Some of the many ceremonies
and teachings Lee offers:
Drumming With Spirit
Women In Circle
Arts of Ceremony
Mesa, Medicine Bundle
Blessing of the Waters
House of the Ancestors
World Drum -
Drumming the Vision for the Future
Drum and Journey
Limpia - Water Blessing
The Stone People Speak
Journey through the Chakras
Transformation Through Transition
Sacred Way integrates advanced Holistic Shamanic Methods with Integrative
Therapies and Contenporary Medical and Profession counseling intervention.
Shamana Lee Hilfiker specializes in Soul Retrieval, Spiritual Transitions,
Spiritual Emergency, Medicine Wheel, Divination, Grief, Life Threatening
Illness, End of Life Care, Rites of Passage, and Honoring Life Ceremonies.
An international teacher and healer, Lee has focused her teachings, workshops,
clinical and shamanic care on the powerful mind-body-spirit connection. As a
Shamanic Spiritual Healer and Ceremonialist, a Professional Counselor, hospital
in-patient care and with her own personal death encounters, she has come to
value the various forms of healing, including indigenous methods of healing the
body, mind and spirit they all profoundly offer.