Coffee with an Indian | EP_10: The Third Day | Podcast

You’ll drink when we tell you to,

You’ll stand still when we say!

Don’t get scared…

There will be fighting,

There will be blood!

Don’t get scared…

You’ll be hit when you’re not good enough,

You’ll be hit when you’re not looking!

Don’t get scared…

You will be asked to do things without question,

You will never be the same!

Don’t get scared…

Be sure you want this: because once you’re in,

There’s no leaving the Sundance Gang!


If you love Coffee with an Indian…

* Try Coffee with an Indian_BLACK: the Extended / Raw / R-Rated version of each Episode.

** Available exclusive on Patreon.

Please SHARE and TAG.  Please RATE and WRITE A REVIEW, especially on iTunes.

Thank you very much!


Brian “BB” Melendez, is a Northern / Southern Paiute – Western Shoshone: Community Leader; American Indian Spirituality Scholar; and Practitioner of Great Basin Indigenous Custom(s) and Culture(s); CEO / Problem Solver of Lucentree, LLC; Creator of Mahkwuhoo (Guided-Meditation); and Host of the Coffee with an Indian, Tribal Podcast. 

For booking, contact Brian “BB” Melendez at (775) 750-8181 or at

#coffeewithanindian #cwaiblack #virtualrez #atribalpodcast

Please follow and like us:
Follow by Email

4 Replies to “Coffee with an Indian | EP_10: The Third Day | Podcast”

  1. Thank you for sharing your enlightening experience. It was beautifully expressed. Blessings on your continued journey. Continue to be the light so others may find the path. Love and blessings.
    Wendy Mondragon

  2. My dearest sister was present at Sundance she traveled far to be a part of such deep spiritual grace and growth. I appreciate all of her efforts and commitment that it takes for her to make the journey happen. I know from the stories that all who attend have a longing to return. One day I too will be blessed to make that journey. We all learn from each other either by example or listening. Keep feeling the universe with goodness so what we all share here on mother earth can benefit one another.

    1. Thank you Donna for your insight, and I also believe that we learn from each other. I’m grateful that you have taken the time to listen to the Podcast and I truly appreciate you!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *