Isaac Day, Traditional Elder & Teacher
“I hope all people will work together in a good way. I believe we are a people with a purpose here on Mother Earth, to serve our Creator. I believe we are here to help life reach its highest potential and to bring peace and contentment within one another and to prepare for the ones yet unborn.”
Isaac Day is Ojibway from Serpent River First Nation. He has been offering teachings to individuals and groups for over 20 years. Through his work, Isaac continues to bring his Vision of Peace & Harmony for the Future to all people.
Isaac attributes his teachings to his Grandfather who was very influential in his life and passed on many traditional teachings to Isaac. After many years of his teachings being suppressed through Residential School, Isaac began regaining the teachings through other well-known Traditional Elders such as Dan Pine & Joe Eagle Elk. This learning has been deepened and expanded through teachings from Spirit.
A Vision of Peace & Harmony for the Future: In 2008, Isaac formed Rainbow Thunder Star Mountain, a not-for-profit corporation. Rainbow Thunder Star Mountain was formed as a result of a vision… to start a healing centre for the purposes of uniting all people and promoting spiritual growth and awareness, self-development and improved health and well-being.
In 2011, Isaac was acknowledged with a Doctorate of Natural Laws from the Noble International University.
Today, Isaac inspires many people to regain and retain their spiritual inner being. He has shared his teachings in many health and educational institutions, working with individuals and groups. He uses his spiritual insights and gifts of seeing to heal the mind, body and spirit. He also works as a Traditional Counsellor with individuals, couples and families. Isaac has been on the road to healing and teaching for many years. He considers himself a ‘knowledge carrier’. Isaac always says, “I learn as much or more from you [the student/participant] as you learn from me.” Of the many ceremonies that Isaac is capable of doing, his heart and spirit soars when he is able to help someone find themselves and find love within themself.
“The plants, animals and trees are speaking a language to the people and we once again have to hear what that language is.
What are the messages the heart speaks?
What are the directions of our humanness?
What are the visions of our spirit?
What is the song of the ancients from the boundaries of the universe?
Our true beginning would be to find peace within ourselves and be examples to the people around us.”
Other Projects: In 2015, Isaac and his wife started Giizhigat Maple Products, a maple syrup operation on their farm on St. Joseph Island, Ontario.
Isaac can be contacted via his wife’s email or by phone @ 519.445.4885.