Peace Ambassador, Crow Creek Sioux Tribe. Co Founder Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee
Jean Fleury is an enrolled member of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe in South Dakota and is their first Tribal Peace Ambassador. She co-founded her tribes first Kunsi/Unci Grandmothers Society and serves as their first Chairwoman. She received her Sacred Pipe [Chanupa] from Stanley Looking Horse in 1986. It was blessed at that time by Chief Arvol Looking Horse, the 19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe. A practitioner of meditation for 40+ years, Jean is a certified meditation teacher and spiritual counselor. She holds a BS in Nursing and MA in Counseling Psychology. She is co-founder of Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee and global ceremonies to heal the multi-generational and multi-lineal effects of massacre, holocaust, and war upon humanity, other species and our beloved planetary home.
The Great Mystery is always always embracing us, surrounding us, creating us, loving us. This is what Tribal Peace Ambassador of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe in South Dakota, Jean Fleury, defines as a great calling that has had its genesis from the beginning of creation. Jean shares the painful history of the Massacre at Wounded Knee and illuminates not only the pathway of healing that’s possible from this tragedy, but also a journey to heal all the multi-generational, global wounds that are held so deeply. As we heal we invite the Sacred to Journey with us. “The Great Learning will be in each of your hearts, as is unique with you.”