Who is Dr. G. Love?


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Geryll “Dr. G. Love” Robinson is a Doctor of Naprapathy, Shamanic Practitioner, Teacher, Diviner, Poet, Reiki Master, co-creative artist, and Goddess at Large. Dr. G. Love is also a Black Prizmatic spiritual and political activist for Human and Planetary Rights. Dr. G. Love’s work is about Balance. Truth. Reconciliation. Evolution. Re-membering who we are.

During a ritual early in the year 2000, Dr. G. Love received a message from the Ancestors about her future work as a healer, and Earth Steward. The work would entail traveling to different energetically charged locations on the planet, spending time with the landscapes, and holding space for healing ritual and/or altars of offerings as part of a larger scale multi-dimensional global healing project. At the time Dr. G. was living as a writer, performer, reveler, and lay practitioner of elemental and Orisha spirit work. The path of her life immediately shifted into one of expansive personal healing and discovery that led to an uncovering and awakening to a deeper vision of her life’s purpose. She began her studies in Natural Medicine (Naprapathy) and apprenticeships in Reiki and Cross Cultural Indigenous Technologies in earnest. After 16 years of study, apprenticeships, travel, ritual, a few hurricanes, flood, drought, gunfire, intensive multidimensional work with thousands of patients in her private practice, and hundreds of apprentices through individual and group classes taught in New Orleans, Chicago, Tampa, FL, Vermont, New York, California, coastal Ecuador, international webinars on the World Wide Web, and more, Dr. G. Love is excited to be leading SoulShifting Retreats for the global conscious evolutionary.

SoulShifting blessings from the Venus of Valdivia

The work that moves through Dr. G. Love is an ever expanding tapestry of syncretic healing work, indigenous technologies, community spirit, personal insight, storytelling, humor, art, beauty, mysticism, and activism to be shared and utilized as a doorway, anchor, and guide for our journey as a new paradigm generation of visionary awakening souls.

Dr. G. Love has an online and in-person private practice through Five Directions Wellness since 2003. She is a co-grounder for Sojourners Land QPOC eco-spirititual land movement in rural Tennessee and is proud to be co-stewarding forest, fresh waters, and field as part of our Sojourners Land  sanctuary with the brilliant visionary land steward, Valencia Wombone. Her work has incarnated in such forms as The Black Witch Chronicles Video series, Legacy Reiki Attunements, Shamanic workshops in earth honoring traditions including The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition, teaching artist creations on anti-violence, sexuality awareness, and energy work, Installation ritual art (Earth Works), fabulous new-paradigm photo and video projects, and stageplays.

Dr. G. Love has had the pleasure of apprenticing with lifetimes of Master Healers and teachers including don Oscar Miro Quesada, Andean Highland and Amazon elders of Peru including don Mariano of the Q’ero Nation, and don Ignacio of the Rio Tambopata, Elder Malidoma Somè, Rev. Nazirmoreh (A.B.R.D.) of The Veil of Truth (Purple People), Elder Sakara Kemilla, Chief Amachi Buaru of IIKDS, Olori Temple, Baba Marcus Akinlana, Mama Sonia Hernandez (RIP), Iya Aroyomi Grey, New Orleans HealHers (many blessings and much respect), Ashé Cultural Center, The Spirits of New Orleans, The Hoop, Congo Square, Swamp, Bayou, Mississippi River, The Oceans, Dr. Jane Fresne, Dr. Lavonne Hill, Professor Deborah Lubar, Professor Katherine Kendall, Professor Andrea Hairston, The Chicago Neo-Futurists, HealthWorks Theater Company, Black Sphota Cocoon Theater Collective, The Goodman Theatre, the Lady Linda Jack et. al, Friends, Family, Community and countless brilliant beings who continue to assist on this amazing journey of Spirit.

Highlights of education and apprenticeship

  • Pachakuti Mesa Apprenticeship with don Oscar Miro Quesada (2000-2009)
  • The Chicago National College of Naprapathy and Clinic
  • Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
  • Smith College