Sarah MacLean Bicknell is a healer, teacher, and mentor. She has studied healing and ceremonial work in North American indigenous traditions for 25 years. She has incorporated her Celtic roots into her present North American practice and is sought out for her intuitive readings, workshops, ceremony, and her soul doctoring practice. She stands in her deep gratitude to her elders and teachers that have gone before her, and stands firmly in her own vision. A vision that is related and crafted for these times of the 21st century. Her work is about connection, community, ceremony and respect. Also raised in the Western world, she has lived the loss of disconnection and is profoundly thankful to her indigenous elders that have taught her how to re-arrive more fully into her life.

During the last ten years, Sarah has taken her skills to the workplace where she is able to delve deeply and quickly into the obstacles that cause people and organizations to become “stuck.”

Sarah’s effectiveness as a teacher and mentor is seated in her ability to move quickly with a core style of kindness, pragmatism, humor, and discipline. In workshops or in private session, she is adept at astute listening, enabling her to tease out and distill core issues in both individuals and groups. She synthesizes information quickly to determine what is really needed to shift entire belief systems and to break up the gridlocks that keep people and organizations from arriving at their best work.

The Night Turtle Dance

Action is needed. Your kind of action. We vote, demonstrate, protest, write letters, talk to people, mourn, and celebrate to change the world… And then there is a crucial need: to uplift our hearts, our spirits, our belief that we can dream in new outcomes and realities. Those who can create, support and join in ceremonies are needed for this part.

That means you.

Why ceremony? 

  • Earth ceremonies are powerful navigators during times of great upheaval.
  • Ceremonies are about where the invisible touches the visible and all things are possible.
  • First is the vision, then the ceremony to anchor the seed, then the engineering of the vision that makes it manifest.
  • This is called walking the ceremony out. Making it happen.

It is the time to reimagine the world we live in together. I thank you for your consideration and your generosity.

The Night Turtle Dance from Sarah MacLean Bicknell on Vimeo.

A sacred ceremony of dance, singing, drumming and rattling upon a turtle altar which is laid upon the earth. The Night Turtle Dance honors Mother Earth, in return for all that she gives to us. It is a giveaway during which we can offer our gratitude and love back to the Mother. Donate to Turtle Dance!