World Rainbow Family of Living Light Gathering Of The Tribes
Prayer for World Peace – Sacred Healing Fire Circle
50th Anniversary Rainbow Family Tribal Reunion
Colorado ~ United States America
We invite the World Rainbow Gathering to the USA to co-create the 2022 Rainbow Gathering as a world Rainbow Family Reunion.
2021 Rainbow Family Vision Counsel Notes
We counsel for peace
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The state of Colorado resides on indigenous ancestral and occupied lands of the Apache nation, the Arapaho nation, Cheyenne nation, Pueblo tribes, Shoshone tribe and the Ute nation. Other Indian tribes whose territory sometimes extended into Colorado included: The Comanche tribe, the Kiowa tribe and the Navajo tribe. There are currently two federally recognized Indian tribes in Colorado today: Southern Ute Tribe and Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
We acknowledge the ongoing relationships these Nations have with this land and urge non-Native people to educate themselves about this history and contemporary work of tribal sovereignty within these Nations. Through this acknowledgement, we honor the Elders and their descendants of these Indigenous Nations in order to bring visibility to these long silenced histories while working toward a more just and equitable future.
Nov 25 – 28th, 2021 there will be a Thanksgiving Harvest Counsel in Paonia Colorado along with sharing of food, music, solidarity and some very friendly vibrations. This is an open family circle offered in kindness and all peaceful beings are welcomed. Ongoing conversation can be found here
There are eleven national forests in the state of Colorado and each are unique, with similar, yet different landscapes and ecosystems. July Average high temperature is generally 84.0 °F / 28.8 °C and the average lows are 55.0 °F / 12.8 °C and can change suddenly when at elevations or during sudden storms.
There have been gatherings called Rainbow Family Gatherings since at least 1972, and there has been at least one large gathering of the tribes every year in the United States on public land centered around the 4th of July date since inception. Many people from all walks of life gather together to pray for peace and healing in the world.
There are also other rainbow gatherings in many parts of the world, in different countries and on various continents. There are even world gatherings as well as many local and regional gatherings throughout the year. Some rainbow gatherings are timed with the solstice or equinox, some may be by the phases of the moon and at other special times and seasons throughout the year.
It is plausible that there have been rainbow family gatherings prior to the “first” rainbow gathering in 1972 though they may not have called themselves rainbow gatherings but where of the same spirit.