COMMUNITY

Deer Tribe Metis Medicine Society (DTMMS) offers a variety of programs and publications for those who seek opportunities toward spiritual connection and personal growth. As a Friend of the Deer Tribe, you have had some experience with our offerings: a community event, perhaps a purification lodge ceremony or gathering, maybe even a sacred sexuality workshop.

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OFFERINGS

The Friends of the Deer Tribe is an outreach program supporting spiritual seekers who are interested in the Sweet Medicine SunDance Path teachings and the Deer Tribe. Join one of our credentialed teachers, Jeff Hohensee, from 1-3pm MST/PT, on October 16th in his Zoom presentation on the teachings of the Sweet Medicine SunDance Path. All Friends of the Deer Tribe are welcome - so tell your family & friends!

PRODUCTS

As a Friend of the Deer Tribe, you can receive products and newsletters created just for you.   Don't miss our newly released products on the Rites of Passage series by Razel Wolf. Other products include "Freewill" by Kristin Viken and "Dreaming" by John Kent III are now for purchase on this website.

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21st CENTURY SHAMANISM

The Deer Tribe Metis Medicine Society was co-founded in 1986 by Harley SwiftDeer Reagan for the purpose of gathering, translating and teaching the Wheels and Keys of the Sweet Medicine SunDance (SMSD) Path.

The Deer Tribe is a modern day representative of an ancient lineage of sacred knowledge of universal laws, ceremonial alchemy, healing techniques, alignment and communication with the elements of nature, magick, controlled dreaming, spiritual awakening and determination. Just like the mystery schools of the Tibetan & Celtic traditions, the Sweet Medicine SunDance Path has evolved over thousands of years.

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Next Steps...

For more information about the Friends of the Deer Tribe (FoDT), contact us at info@friendsofthedeertribe.org or call (480) 443.3851.  We welcome your questions about our Zoom topics. Please send in your questions for our A-Roads to answer at info@friendsofthedeertribe.org.