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01/20/2022

The Wellbriety Movement has launched a project called Wellbriety Book of the Month Club.
Our hope is to attract books written by people from our communities, or from people who work in our communities that have extensive knowledge about using the culture for our healing and to enhance the Wellbriety Movement.
Each month, we will select the Wellbriety Book of the Month and advertise it throughout our networks to encourage people to read it.
The Book of the month for December is called “Whispers from the Hollow Bone” by Wayne William Snellgrove.
Wayne William Snellgrove, Saulteaux Tribe, Fishing Lake First Nation. Indigenous Author, Canadian genocide 60s scoop survivor, 2 x USA Swimming National Champion and USA Swimming National Team member 95’. The only full blood Native American to accomplish this feat. Wayne William Snellgrove was stolen at birth from his tribe and culture and given to the Canadian foster care system. 32 years later he reunited with his mom. Wayne has walked the Indigenous spiritual path called the Red Road for over 30 years with his elder Tony StoneHawk. He is the author of “Daily Medicine” an Indigenous based meditation book.

In this second book of daily meditations, Wayne William Snellgrove offers us the opportunity to work with the Medicine Wheel, which follows the seasons and teaches us about the cycles of life. Within this transformative work, we are given the opportunity to listen, see, and move within the Universe, connecting to Creator and catching the words of our ancestors in the whispers of the wind.

Congratulations, Wayne William Snellgrove!

You could purchase this book on
https://tinyurl.com/2p97yknv
If you have written a book that you would like for us to consider, please email [email protected] and we will give you more information on how to apply. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions at 719(495)-6378.
Thank you!

01/20/2022

The Wellbriety Movement has launched a project called Wellbriety Book of the Month Club.
Our hope is to attract books written by people from our communities, or from people who work in our communities that have extensive knowledge about using the culture for our healing and to enhance the Wellbriety Movement.
Each month, we will select the Wellbriety Book of the Month and advertise it throughout our networks to encourage people to read it.
The Book of the month for December is called “Whispers from the Hollow Bone” by Wayne William Snellgrove.
Wayne William Snellgrove, Saulteaux Tribe, Fishing Lake First Nation. Indigenous Author, Canadian genocide 60s scoop survivor, 2 x USA Swimming National Champion and USA Swimming National Team member 95’. The only full blood Native American to accomplish this feat. Wayne William Snellgrove was stolen at birth from his tribe and culture and given to the Canadian foster care system. 32 years later he reunited with his mom. Wayne has walked the Indigenous spiritual path called the Red Road for over 30 years with his elder Tony StoneHawk. He is the author of “Daily Medicine” an Indigenous based meditation book.

In this second book of daily meditations, Wayne William Snellgrove offers us the opportunity to work with the Medicine Wheel, which follows the seasons and teaches us about the cycles of life. Within this transformative work, we are given the opportunity to listen, see, and move within the Universe, connecting to Creator and catching the words of our ancestors in the whispers of the wind.

Congratulations, Wayne William Snellgrove!

You could purchase this book on
https://tinyurl.com/2p97yknv
If you have written a book that you would like for us to consider, please email [email protected] and we will give you more information on how to apply. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions at 719(495)-6378.
Thank you!

12/10/2020
What is the Red Road?
12/07/2020
What is the Red Road?

What is the Red Road?

A teaching into what the Red Road by Wayne William Snellgrove, Saulteaux Tribe, Fishing Lake First Nation.

Wayne William Snellgrove, Man of Two Mothers
12/05/2020
Wayne William Snellgrove, Man of Two Mothers

Wayne William Snellgrove, Man of Two Mothers

The former USA National Swim Team champion and Native educator, Wayne William Snellgrove shares his story of assimilation, adoption, and subsequent reunion with his Native birth mother.

12/02/2020
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Solocalpasco

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02/10/2018
Tina Talks Truth

Tina Talks Truth

This amazing message is sure to bring hope to those family and friends of addicts as well as anyone struggling with active addiction or in recovery. Cesar, Kellie, John and myself are all here to share just how amazing your life can be. #wedorecover #stompoutstigma

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12/12/2017

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05/09/2017

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04/26/2017
Cedar Point

VRBO and airbnb are OK, but they gouge us both. Come take a quick tour of our unique, healing tropical location. Since 2010 we've brought dozens of young souls here for healing retreat - at little or no cost to them. Available to friends of The Packard Institute, Inc. and The Packard Institute Florida by the week or month at substantial discounts.

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11/28/2016

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The Packard Institute, Inc.
11/12/2016

The Packard Institute, Inc.

Join us for tomorrow's 5pm PITV webcast at Raynard Dean Packard's page from sunny Florida as we partner with our Akron team and explore all topics recovery. We'll be featuring hard-charging Chris Waterhouse and Brittany Waterhouse, who will be taking questions in real time. Archived episodes at PITV.

The Packard Institute, Inc.
08/13/2016

The Packard Institute, Inc.

We've got the tech issues resolved, so please join us tomorrow, Sunday, August 14th at 5pm (EST) for our weekly PITV Live Roundtable Panel discussion with Special Guests. Tomorrow's topic will be "Combating the Opiod Epidemic, a Solution Focus." We'll be taking questions from YOU, live, right here at The Packard Institute, Inc.'s FB page.

My call for REVOLUTION, from yesterday's radio interview. Join us again today at 11:00 pm on WAKR.
08/10/2016
Raynard Packard frustrated with he**in epidemic

My call for REVOLUTION, from yesterday's radio interview. Join us again today at 11:00 pm on WAKR.

Raynard Packard of the Packard Institute opens up about seeing people struggle with he**in addiction and his frustrations with how the issue is currently tackled.

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