Zahra Indigo aims to live her life in line with ideals of simple, organic, healthy living. She is continually striving to lessen her impact on our earth. She seek to nurture a sustainable life style in the sea of a technologically chaotic and consumptive society. At the root of her busy, full life, she is dedicated to her own spiritual, emotional, and intellectual evolution, always working to be the best that she can be - a continual unfolding process. This process continues to spiral around, bringing her to higher and higher levels of teachings and wisdom, each appearing when as she is ready. She honors where she has been, where she is now, and where she is heading - learning much on each pass of the spiral.
It is powerful medicine.
(Photo: ©Brad 2013 on the Nile)
Since 1990, Zahra Indigo’s home has been Eugene, Oregon.
She is honored to be momma for two amazing boys, Logan (1997) and Terran (2006), and step-daughter McKenzie (1997), as well as Bloo & Beary bunnies, Mau & Tabitha cats, and Miss Daisy dog.
Zahra Indigo is deeply grateful and humbled to have had the gift of studying and working with many, many wise humans along the way, and counts her blessings every day.
(Photo: ©Zahra Indigo, Oregon Coast with the boys & Daisy February 2020)
Zahra Indigo is a Sacred Witness in her work with people all around the globe. Her master’s degree is from Naropa University in the field of ecopsychology. She is a minister of Walking Prayer with the Center for Sacred Studies and holds a Teacher’s Certificate from the Waldorf Institute of Southern California. She is a certified Alchemical Healing Teacher and Practitioner, held under the Lineage of Thoth and Nicki Scully.
(Photo: Selfie in front of my new red wall, 2020)
It is with so much gratitude to Nicki Scully that Zahra Indigo is deeply initiated into the Egyptian Mysteries. First through Shamanic Journeys, Ltd, and now her own company, Mysteries of Egypt, LLC, Zahra Indigo has guided hundreds of pilgrimages in groups small and large through Egypt. Since 2012, she has spent years in the country living with locals in her desire to understand the ways of the people of today, all the while studying the ways of the ancients.
(Photo: from a student in a class with Nicki)
In 2018, during a profound moment in the middle of Egypt in an ancient underground crypt dedicated to the God Thoth, Zahra Indigo received an instruction in the form of a riddle, "That which was needs to be again in a new way like it was before.” which, once understood, has become Khemenu Wisdom Center.
(Photo: © Zahra Indigo, Thoth at Khemenu, Egypt March 2018)
While in Egypt, she has offered her service to provide enrichment, education, and tools to women in Egypt with a focus on the importance of working with one’s hands and the benefit this can bring family, community, and the environment with the non-profit she instigated called Zahra Handworks Foundation.
(Photo: ©Zahra Indigo, a loom strung and ready, installed by the Foundation in Bahariya Oasis)
Zahra Indigo has and continues to volunteer year round in a variety of capacities for organizations she believes in.
The Oregon Country Fair founded in 1969, hosts an annual arts and music event every second weekend in July just outside Eugene. This has been an essential community for her since 1992. Amongst other roles, she served on the Board of Directors for 9.5 years, was the VP for 7 years, and currently is the co-conductor for Altared Space, a sacred altar created during the event and a creator of the Opening Ceremony.
In 2008, she founded a Time Bank called the Emerald Valley Time Exchange, which in 2013 merged with a similar group and is now Kindista. Its mission is to provide a place where members can offer their gifts, and in turn, receive the help they need.
Following her interested in regenerative and sustainable economies, Zahra Indigo is now working with Grandmother Jyoti Ma and The Fountain. The work of The Fountain is to help visualize a global economic system truly aligned with care for the earth and the whole of life for the benefit of current and future generations, guided by the ancestral wisdom and technologies of cultures that have lived this way for the larger course of human history.
(Photo: ©Michael Holdner, Oregon Country Fair Opening Ceremony Honoring the sacred Fire)
The Clear Bead in the Center changes everything.
There are no edges in my loving now.
They say there is a window between one soul and another.
But if there are no walls, there is no need for a window or a latch.
Eugene, Oregon USA
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