Kit Shepperd



The true Indian sets no price upon either his property or his labor. His generosity is limited only by his strength and ability. He regards it as an honor to be selected for a difficult or dangerous service, and would think it shameful to ask for any reward, saying rather: "Let the person I serve express his thanks according to his own bringing up and his sense of honor."

Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa)
Santee Sioux

My husband became ill and during his illness we met a woman who was a colon hydro- therapist. While my husband was receiving treatment from this woman, she encouraged me to learn to do Colon Hydrotherapy. I began training in Colon Irrigation with the desire to use the colonics to help my family members.

Then, in 1996, the love of my life, my dear, dear husband Sam, transitioned from the earthly domain.

Devastated by the loss, I returned to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, a place that I had called home for many years. I opened a practice there where I sold herbs and performed Colon Hydrotherapy Treatments and before long I was back in school training to be a massage therapist under the tutelage of Becky Jackson of the Northwest Arkansas School of massage. I graduated from massage school in June of 1997 and became a Licensed Massage Therapist.

I received training in Reflexology while in Massage School and as part of my Naturopathic training. Reflexology is the art of using pressure and movement on referral points that exist in the outer ear (auricular), on the hands and feet. The pressure sends a message via a wireless anatomical network from the referral points to the organ or body part that is linked energetically with the referral point, acting much like a breaker switch in an electrical breaker box. The pressure and movement awakens the body’s inner communication system thus creating the energetic power of the body to heal itself. In massage classes I learned to balance the chakras, energy
vortexes of the body, and have since then learned other techniques to balance them. These techniques balance and harmonize the body’s energies creating precision working order and proper cooperative functioning between the various systems of the body.

In 1996 I studied by correspondence to become a Naturopath in 1996 through the Trinity College of Natural Health. A Naturopath is one who is trained in and uses only natural means to bring about health, and practicing the use of naturally occurring substances, natural organic foods, and safe body work modalities, treating the whole being, body, mind, and spirit.

In 1999 I completed a course in herbalism and was Certified as a Master Herbalist by Dr. Humbart Santillo. A Master Herbalist is one who has learned the therapeutic properties and actions of herbs, this includes collecting, storing, preserving, using, and identifying any contraindicating circumstances to using herbs so that they will place the body in a right action to heal itself.

In 2002 I transferred my ordination and became ordained through the Fellowship of the Divine Healer Ministries that is based in Arkansas.

I learned to clear the emotional impact of painful experiences through a process called CLEAR from the Institute of Eclectic Center for the Healing Arts. The training I received to do this technique utilized homeopathics and flower remedies to release pent up emotions. Later, through shamanic journeying, I learned to get the same results without using any substances, but by being directed by my inner guidance. The CLEAR assists physical healing by releasing any emotional or mental basis for disease through muscle-testing to access self-sabotaging, fears, addictions, or negative attitudes that are being held in mind, and clearing it away so that health, harmony, and happiness can occur.

I was trained in a form of Kinesiology called Contact Reflex Analysis (CRA) designed and taught by a Chiropractor, C.A. Versendahl, through Parker Chiropractic College in Dallas, Texas. CRA is much more in depth than ordinary muscle testing.

I became an Internationally Certified Aromatherapist through study with Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy as taught by Kurt Schnaubelt, Ph.D.

The use of Crystals, Gem Stones, and River Rock pervades all of my work. Stones carry energies that create the necessary tendencies in the body to cause it to become healthy. Using hot or warm and cold stones on the body surface helps the body to relax and release tension and spasms, which cause discomfort and pain. Rocks have become special tools to me in my repertory of healing devices.

Throughout all the years I have been studying and practicing healing, the thread of Native American Spirituality has woven itself through my life and work.

Even though I am of Cherokee descent, most of the spiritual training I have received has been from the Ojibwa and Sioux Spiritual Paths. The land where I live houses a Sweat Lodge where I perform Sacred Ceremony. I have been made a Pipe Carrier and have done five Vision Quests, one of which I was given my native name Wolf Shield Woman. This year (2008) I danced my first Sundance. Besides birthing my three sons and being their mother, Sundancing has been the greatest thing I have ever been allowed to do.

In 2010 I took an Akashic Records workshop and am now able to read the Akashic Records, they contain the vibrational record of each individual soul and its journey. This vibrational body exists everywhere in its wholeness, and is completely available in all places. The Records contain all past, present, and future possibilities; and are an experiential body of knowledge and compassion. Access to this profound source is through a sacred prayer.

On October 10, 2010 Kit was made the caretaker of the crystals that were put in the ground that day by Little Grandmother during the 10-10-10 ceremony. The crystals were put in at intersecting let lines and the one is to activate the larger Atlantian crystals underground and to heal the waters. The other is to awaken the Divine Feminine.

In January 2012 Kit became a facilitator of STAR HEALING INTERGALACTIC ENERGY (TM) sessions.

I am very honored that Creator of All That Is teaches and performs my work through me.

Mitakuye Oyasin


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