Erick Gonzalez 18/02/10 OmeAkaEhekatl Mayan DayKeeper
OmeAkaEhekatl Erick Gonzalez- Founder
Born in Guatemala, OmeAkaEhekatl Erick Gonzalez is a Spiritual Guide, Teacher, and Healer. He was initiated into Native sacred rites over a twenty five year period with direct participation, teachings, and guidance from various Native spiritual elders from Mexico, North America, Colombia, Peru, and Guatemala. Erick received a Master’s in Psychology through Newport University in Southern California. Erick integrates body, mind, and spirit in a holistic way using methods taught to him by Mayan elders and other indigenous elders from the Americas as well as personal experiences that have come from his deep connection to the Divine. In 2005, he was adopted into the Ts’aalth Clan, the five finned killer whale people of the Eagle Clan of the Haida, and given the name Gaada, meaning supernatural light.
OmeAkaEhekatl is a member and representative of various councils of Indigenous elders, youth, and spiritual guides. He works as an advocate of Preservation of the Natural World and Its Inhabitants and of Native sovereign rights under the guidance and cooperation of Indigenous spiritual elders and leaders. To benefit all life on Mother Earth, OmeAkaEhekatl participates in many international and local Native & non-Native gatherings, helping to nurture and facilitate healing and spiritual growth with individuals and groups through teachings, ceremonies, and sacred traditions.