In November, 2023, the Kogi (Kaggabba) brought to the Fountain team, led by my dear friend and colleague, Jyoti Ma, a message they had received from the Mother at the Heart of the World.

The Original Peoples globally are receiving similar messages and are carrying prophecy and creation stories that speak to these times. We are in very prophetic times, and the Mother is trying to shake us awake!

When I first listened to the message, I was a bit taken aback. It sounded ominous with very specific deadlines. So I immediately reached out to Jyoti Ma to better understand what is being asked of us and how we can be sure to answer the call.

We decided it would be helpful to host an event with my Soul Sister, Irina Morrison, and Unity Earth. In this way, we can share the message and answer the important questions of how each of us can play our part in supporting the shifts that need to happen on the planet.

You are invited to join us on Earth Day, Monday, April 22nd, at 8:30 pm Eastern, live on Unity Earth TV. Irina and I will be joined by Jyoti Ma, Eleonora Dahl, and Luisah Teish who will share more about the message and answer questions you may have.

Please Note – the first 60 minutes will be a live broadcast on UNITY EARTH TV –, followed by a private Q&A session in the Zoom room. You’ll need to register here to get a unique Zoom link to attend the live Q&A…

You can view the Message of the Mother on The Fountain website using this link…

Here is a message from the Kogi Nation…

“We, the Kaggabba nation, are here to tell a story. We tell the creation stories and their importance in the creation of the World up until the times we live in now.

We, the Kaggabba, have made a pause in order to be able to be of aid in these times. We require all of you to work for this. To be of help, so that the sacred places on earth can restore and help the Mother with the work she does, as she replenishes and feeds all life on earth and into the universe, so all can continue.”

And recommendations from The Fountain on what each us can do now…

“Each one of us has been listening deeply and many have received their own instructions and guidance for how to walk with Mother Earth honoring her. Some of you are already working to bring regenerative and restorative projects adding to the healing of our Mother. Some of you already work with your families, communities and networks bringing teachings and initiatives that wake people to the need to step out of colonized ways of thinking and return to the original way of life that is based on the original principles of heart, reciprocity, collaboration, unity and that all life is sacred. Our elders around the earth are saying “light yourselves up”! Bring your work to a full actualization. If each of us do this, then the healing deepens, and its effects are far reaching.

“We are writing to you from the shared space in our hearts that has been touched by the Mamos message from Mother Earth. This message is moving around the world and has been felt deeply by many. We thank you for listening. We thank you for sharing your willingness with us, and showing your desire to be a part of this movement to protect and honor our Mother Earth.”

Be sure to join us on Monday, April 22nd, at 8:30 pm Eastern, live on Unity Earth TV. And register for the live Q&A here…

Be bold. Be Daring.

Be AWE-dacious!

P.S. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to spend time with these AWE-mazing women…

Jyoti Ma (Elder, North America)

Jyoti Ma is an internationally renowned spiritual teacher. She has cultivated projects that demonstrate ways of life that honor the Earth and all Peoples. As the Grandmother Vision Keeper of the Center for Sacred Studies (, she co-founded Kayumari with spiritual communities both in America and Europe. Other projects she has helped to convene are the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers and the Unity Concert. She is the founder of The Fountain ( whose mission is to restore an economic model that is based on reciprocity and collaboration guided by Nature and the Sacred. She serves as a delegate of the Mother Earth Delegation of United Indigenous Nations. And it is through this current work in collaboration with the Fountain, that a global Sacred Territories Initiative is evolving to protect Mother Earth’s sacred sites and Her Original Peoples. Jyoti has devoted her life to bringing unity to the planet by facilitating the development of alliances between individuals who are the guardians of indigenous culture and traditional medicine ways. Through this work, collaborative relationships with organizations that are focused on economic, social and environmental solutions have developed, creatively addressing the global challenges of our times.

Eleonora Dahl (Cross-Cultural Advisor and Interpreter)

Eleonora serves as a cross-cultural advisor, consultant, translator and spiritual interpreter. She has a background in anthropology, social work, and decolonized yoga practice and teaching. Her work gets inspiration and guidance through ancestral knowledge and original teachings, working closely with elders and youth allowing her to bridge and weave earthly based ways of prayer and instruction into loving action for community healing and education for future generations. A woman of prayer, she stands for a conscious stewardship and protection of the lands and waters of our Mother Earth.

Luisah Teish (Iyanifa and Oshun chief, USA)

Yeye Luisah Teish is a writer, storyteller- activist, and spiritual counselor. She is an initiated elder (Iyanifa) and woman chief in the Ifa/Orisha tradition of the African diaspora. She has studied the indigenous spirituality of African, Native American (North, South, and Central) and Caribbean cultures. She is a priestess of Oshun, the Goddess of Love, Art, and Sensuality, and a devotee (mambo) of Damballah Hwedo, the Haitian Rainbow Serpent. She is the author of six books, most notably “Jambalaya: The Natural Woman’s Book of Personal Charms and Practical Rituals,” a women’s spirituality classic that has been translated into German, Dutch, and Spanish. She co-authored “On Holy Ground: Commitment and Devotion to Sacred Land” with Leilani Bireley, a Hawaiian Kahuna. Her latest work, “A Calabash of Cowries: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times”, is an Amazon Books best seller. She has received a lifetime achievement award for community service from the International Black Women’s Congress, the XX award for Defending women’s rights, the Radical Truth Telling Award, and the Grandma’s Hands Award. Luisah is a writer, a ritual theater performance artist, and spiritual guidance counselor. She has contributed to 25 anthologies and published articles in magazines such as Essence, MS, Shaman’s Drum and the Yoga Journal. She is a featured storyteller in the film “Changing of the Gods”.