Author Topic: Rosayln Bruyere  (Read 12735 times)

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Rosayln Bruyere
« on: June 28, 2012, 09:32:10 pm »
Has an ego the size of a house, if the house were Bill Gates's mansion. I actually edited out much of the self serving nonsense and bluster in her bio.

About Rosalyn L. Bruyere, D.D.
Rosalyn L. Bruyere is an internationally acclaimed healer, clairvoyant and medicine woman...
Acknowledged by the keepers of medicine and shamanic traditions on several continents, Rosalyn is committed to learning, practicing and preserving the ancient ways. The grace with which she moves between cultures, honors their sacred traditions and gathers knowledge from varying disciplines has made Rosalyn a welcome and honored guest in Hopi Kiva, African hut and Tibetan temple alike....

Founder and director of the Healing Light Center Church, Reverend Bruyere...
She is the originator of the whole-body technique known as Chelation which has become a classic, taught in many modern healing schools, as well as Brain Balancing and a pain-reducing skill which some have called Pain Drain....
Rev. Bruyere has studied extensively in areas of Egyptian temple symbology, Sacred geometry, ancient Mystery School rites, international shamanic practices, the pre-Buddhist Tibetan Bon-Po Ways, and various Native American Medicine traditions.
•Founder, Director, and Teacher of the Healing Light Center Church
•Advisory Board, American Holistic Health Association (1993-present)
•Visiting Faculty/Advisory Board, University of Arizona Fellows Program in Integrative Medicine, Tucson, AZ (1998-present)
•Adjunct Faculty, Master's Program in Applied Healing, Tai Sophia Institute for the Healing Arts, Laurel, MD (2002-present)
•Advisory Board, Integrative Medicine Initiative, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL (2002-present)
•Missionary Minister, Ordained to the Independent Church of Antioch
•Medicine Woman, Hopi, Navaho, and Cree Indian Nations
•Acknowledged Oracle for the Tibetan Bon Po, Sixth Lineage
Of the Pre-Buddhist Tradition

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Re: Rosayln Bruyere
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2012, 09:47:35 pm »
We've mentioned her working with frauds before.;wap2

Falsely presented as a Hopi medicine woman here.
And here.

Falsely presented as Hopi and "Sioux" med woman here.

Falsely presented as med woman for Hopi, Navajo, and Cree here.

Selling ceremony with notorious fraud Charles Storm AKA Hyemheyosts, cashing in on the 2012 hoax.
Moved to Frauds.
June 24-29 2012
Wisdom and Prophecy from the Ancient Americas:
Ceremonies and Healing for a New Time with Grandfather Storm and Swan
After thousands of years of Preparation and Teaching the Carriers of the Medicine Wheels of the ancient Americas -- Honor the year 2012; the Sacred Calendar of the Maya is ending, and the beginning of the Time of Great Change is upon us.

This year Grandfather Storm and his partner in Life and Teaching, Swan, will share ancient Wisdom, Prophecy and Ceremony...

In the California Seminar in Sierra Madre — the Storms will reveal Teachings they have never shared in Seminar before.
Excerpt from her book. There's a silly claim that each race has different chakras and NDNs don't believe in right or wrong. Also this supposed account.
Not long after my involvement with The Roll Study, I had an opportunity to put those research findings into practice and to learn even more, this time from the Native American culture, when I was asked to heal one of the Hopi tribal elders, Grandfather David Monongya. He was in Los Angeles to raise consciousness regarding the strip mining at Big Mountain, site of one of the first conflicts over the Hopi-Navajo tribal land. Grandfather David had cataracts. I laid hands on his body and very quickly moved to his head and laid hands on his eyes. He seemed to know exactly what I was doing. About the time I was actually beginning to accomplish something that I felt was healing, he said, "Oh, I see much better now. Please sit down." Of course I had not healed him, and in a manner of speaking, as it turned out, I ended up receiving a healing from him. He called to two or three other people in the house, and we listened for five hours as he related the Hopi prophecy. (See Appendix II for a summary of the Hopi prophecy.) I was stunned by the similarities between the story of the Apocalypse in Revelation and the predictions for the "end time" in Hopi.
Please...there's virtually no similarities.

And there's this. The Hopi don't have med wheels as far as I know. That's only in the northern plains.
The Hopi medicine wheel, as taught by Rosalyn Bruyere (and there is much more to it than this, but I’m just telling you about a tiny piece right now), has four quarters. Each is associated with a part of the whole person: the physical, the mental, the emotional, the spiritual. In order for there to be healing, it must take place in at least two of these four quarters....

Re: Rosayln Bruyere
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2012, 10:53:24 pm »
I have removed from the veronicasgarden post any reference to any Native American tribe and the medicine wheel. Rosalyn confirmed that I did (unintentionally) misrepresent her teachings, i.e., she does not teach the medicine wheel as a Hopi concept. I was repeating from memory something I had learned quite a few years ago, and obviously I got it wrong. For what it's worth, that particular workshop was not primarily about the medicine wheel, though she talked about it some. I have never presented myself as any kind of expert in any Native American teachings or practices. When I said this was a Hopi concept, it was not with any desire to profit from that, but with the intention to give proper attribution to an idea which was not my own. I thought I was being conscientious, but clearly I need to be more careful than that. Please accept my sincere apology.

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Re: Rosayln Bruyere
« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2012, 01:40:01 pm »
Thank you for doing that. That certainly makes you far more honest than Bruyere herself. On her own site and others she still lies like crazy and proclaims herself to be a Native medicine woman in several traditions. Such a person can't be relied on for teachings of any kind.

I notice you have posts on your blog about Ted Andrews, a fraud and exploiter like his wife Lynn Andrews. We have threads dedicated to them as well that you should see.

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Re: Rosayln Bruyere
« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2012, 10:52:27 pm »
She is advertising a workshop in Hawai'i now  :( According to an interview on her website dated June 2012:
I had some important insights about the indigenous people there. I’ve always been connected to indigenous people. I was given the great gift of meeting people from the local tribe where I was teaching. I felt the same connection to them that I do with First Nations people here.

Local tribe??? We don't have tribes!!!!!