WHAT IS A SHAMAN
The word "Shaman" comes from the language of the Tungus people of Siberia. A Shaman is a man or woman who works with Spirits while in an altered state in order to find answers. A Shamanic Practitioner is someone who acts as a bridge between the shamanic indigenous world and the modern world and borrows the medicine and wisdom of these shamanic people to bring healing and balance. (John Flynn - Center for Shamanic Education and Exchange).
I am a Shamanic Practitioner and have been trained and mentored by other Shamanic Practitioners who have studied for years under Indigenous Shamans. I am trained and skilled in guiding many people on Shamanic Journeys and Soul Retrievals.
WHAT IS A SHAMANIC JOURNEY
A Shamanic Journey is when a person enters into a trance-like state in order to connect with Spirits to find answers, gain knowledge and access power to help themselves and others. Drumming at 4 beats per second is used to induce a theta wave cycle in the brain, which assists in reaching the altered state of consciousness. During a Shamanic Journey, a person can enter different worlds to meet with Spirit Animals, teachers and guides. It is helpful to enter in to the journey with a question, such as "What tools do I need to reach my goals?; Show me what I need to know to heal my pain?; what practices can I add to my daily routines in order to...?'
What to expect:
In these 2 hour workshops, you will learn about why Shamans go on journeys to find answers and how you can, too. I will explain the 3 different worlds you can visit while on your journey, and will guide you on 2 journeys of your own. Upon your return from the other worlds, please be open to sharing your experience with the rest of the group. Shamanic Journey workshops are open to everyone who wants to explore spirit worlds, feels called to work with spirits, wants to meet their spirit animal, has an open heart, and wants to journey to other worlds to connect with spirit.
What you need to bring with you:
pen, pencils, markers, crayons to
blankets, pillows so you are comfortable
eye pillow (optional)
March 19th, 6:00pm-8:00pm EST
In person in Walpole and virtually
April 9th, 6:00pm-8:00pm EST
held in person (place TBA) and virtually