Native Americans

The touching of foreheads is an ancient greeting that honours the heart and soul of another human being.

Amongst the Māori, it is nose to nose, forehead to forehead—called hongi.

The Hawaiians call it honi, and it is practised amongst the Tibetans, and the desert Bedouins in Southern Jordan.

The Inuit and the Scandinavians also do it.

For some, this is how we bless the Beloved Feminine Devine.

Third eye to third eye—sharing sacred breath. This is very honorific as this represents the exchange of ha–the breath of life, and mana–spiritual power between two people.

Author: GreatCosmicMothersUnited

I have joined with many parents affected with the surreal , yet accepted issue of child abuse via Pathogenic Parenting / Domestic abuse. As a survivor of Domestic Abuse, denial abounded that 3 sons were not affected. In my desire to be family to those who have found me lacking . As a survivor of psychiatric abuse, therapist who abused also and toxic prescribed medications took me to hell on earth with few moments of heaven. I will share my life, my experiences and my studies and research.. I will talk to small circles and I will council ; as targeted parents , grandparents , aunts , uncles etc. , are denied contact with a child for reasons that serve the abuser ...further abusing the child. I grasp the trauma and I have looked at the lost connection to a higher power.. I grasp when one is accustomed to privilege, equality can feel like discrimination.. Shame and affluence silences a lot of facts , truths that have been labeled "negative". It is about liberation of the soul from projections of a alienator , and abuser ..

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