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Journey of a Maori Healer

Broadcast on October 08, 2018
With Grandmother Moetu-Taiha Ransfield

In this moving session, Moetu-Taiha Ransfield shares about the highs and lows of her life journey as a Maori healer now living and healing in Germany.

The recording and transcript will be posted here as soon as it is available

Grandmother Moetu-Taiha Ransfield

lnternational Transformational Coach & Healer

Grandmother Moetu-Taiha Ransfield is a descendent from the Ngai Tuhoe and the Kahungunu tribes of Aotearoa New Zealand. She was named for two of her Ancestress's - Moetu from her father's tribe and Taiha from her mother's side. ln light language, Moetu-Taiha means "l Stand in My Dreams and in My Power". Moetu grew up a "Native" in a white Christian town. She is a survivor of mental, physical and emotional abuse, not realizing until years later this was not the "norm". She has survived rape and abuse, attempted suicide, had cancer and a double mastectomy. Her trauma informs her mission: to be a way-shower for humanity and especially for women.

Grandmother Moetu brings a depth of wisdom and knowledge to her healing work but her gift is her “knowing”, working in the spiritual realms, communicating with the "loved ones". Inherent in her DNA, Moetu has always been able to "understand" people at a "different level" and works in a hands-on way with the physical body. She works mainly with women, in their cellular system, helping to identify and release trauma in the memory and scar tissue of the emotional, mental, etheric and physical body and to access their own "knowing" and self-empowerment. By learning to see their own gifts and strengths, they are then able to pay it forward and help the next person who is “stuck” somewhere.

Her strength and wisdom allow for the release of that which no longer serves and to ground strongly in Mother Earth. Her no-nonsense, practical approach reveals that courage lies within each one of us to create positive change. Both of her ancestors were healers in their own rite. Moetu is proud that they walk alongside her and in her, saying "they are me and l am them”, inspiring her to continue to do the work that is needed so deeply, in the world today.

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