The words Love Is Round arrived in Sherry's prayer time in 2015. A flood of inspiration followed, including an understanding of what those words point to and why they are important at this time. Essentially Love is Round points to the very design of our world, which we are integrally a part of. Love is Round offers programs to help us to connect with the experience of ‘round love’ and heal from the illusion that we are separate. It is our inherent nature and our birthright to feel love-and-connection, and to relate harmoniously with our Self, each other and the other-than-human-others we share our planet with.

Sherry has offered these programs since 2000 and has taught in 5 countries; Canada, USA, Mexico, England & Wales. Initially, Sherry received transmissions about this work (1998) from Huichol Tsaurririkame (elder shaman) don David Wiley. 

Sherry was initiated as a quiatlzques (a person who works to establish relationship with Weather to benefit her village) in 1998 in the Náhuatl indigenous tradition of Mexico and she continues to maintain the tradition-relevant protocols. Sherry is Matron for ceremonial work twice each year at a sacred mountain connected with weather in Ontario, Canada.

Her teachers include various elders in the Huichol, Nahuatl and Ojibwa traditions, other humans, and various aspects of nature, principally Grandfather Fire and Grandmother Ocean. These teachers, her daily prayers, and participation in the two ancestral traditions have taught her a great deal about the value of connecting with divine, of effective prayer, and the value to ourselves and our world of ancestral sacred traditions.

Sherry was the founding President of Sacred Fire Foundation and has been an active volunteer since 2005. She is a founding member of the international Sacred Fire Community. She leads one of their Lifeways Programs, “Exploring the Phenomenon of Prayer”. She was a founding donor of Blue Deer Center.

Sherry greets the weather in beautiful Victoria, BC, Canada. Connect with Sherry Morgan.

I am a mechanic

I like to fix things.

Now I’m taking on the world.

Wanna help?

(I expect it will take us a few lifetimes!)