With the permission of their faces and their hearts.
Tata Kachora mentions, that the Red Road is the way of all, is the first way. Not just the Red Road is red skin, we’re all red skin. Tata jokes and says, cut to see that you are also red skin.
Tata respects all traditions, however, the mission he has or the way he has is to return to these ways to find our own way.
The Red Road is the spiritual path that we all have a right to.
Within the forms of the Red Road there are seven sacred circles. To these seven sacred circles we make them ceremony.
We in this ceremony, in these circles, is where we can ask the spirit for our concerns and our desires, is where we can integrate with him. A circular dance around the Tree of Life. Woven with the sacred music of the Ceremonial drum.
The seven circles are; Sun, Moon, Fire, Temazcal, dance circle, pipe and drum. These seven circles, these seven forms are those that the red path has to find again our spiritual path and connect with the spirit in a natural way.
A ritual where we balance our mind, our spirit and our body.
In addition, we generously offer what we do not need for Mother Earth, to fill our love. We connect with the four cardinal points as we listen to the message of the Great Spirit.
The search for vision, the Temazcal and the dance to Mother Earth are an experience in which we refoundourselves.
The red path refines the heart to the mind and gives power to the word. A clean word, a word that does no harm.