April 24 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm$200
April 24 – May 22 (Saturdays 1-3pm EDT) Live sessions will be recorded.
Where can I start learning about shamanism?
Which course should I sign up for? There’s so many choices now.
I feel called to learn more about healing but I don’t know exactly what that means for me.
Can modern Western people be shamans? How do you tell the real ones from the fakers?
If these questions have crossed your mind, join me for Shamanism 101, an accessible five-part course and intimate conversation. With weekly Zoom gatherings and thought-provoking emails PLUS bonus resources, you’ll have a smart and solid foundation to take with you— into a full shamanic healing course, into your existing work and spiritual practice, or simply as a stand-alone experience.
Not everyone is called to be a healer, but many of us are called “to recover our indigenous mind.” This is really at the heart of the experience of shamanism — beyond the myths and marketing we see today.
If you’re curious about what shamanism holds for you, join this unique circle for rich discussion, transformative practices, and like-minded community. (Read what people are saying below.)
This isn’t a training in “how to be a shaman”: it’s a no-nonsense conversation about shamanism’s relevance to us as modern people. You’ll get a healthy, grounded understanding of this path, and no questions are off-limits.
It’s the course I wish I had taken before I committed to years of trainings.
~What is a shaman? Who are the “real” shamans?
~Sharing respectfully versus cultural appropriation
~The energy body, trauma, healing, and perception
~Ritual and rites of passage: how and why to make a ceremony
~What’s in the bag? Stones, drums, rattles, feathers, and more
~Spells, consent, and protection: energy “hygiene”
~Shamanic journeying, power animals, and your personal connection to the other-than-human
You’ll also receive
~A resource list with my favorite books, films, and media to continue your studies
~A discounted private healing session
~A recorded mp3 drumming track
~Email support between live sessions (which will be recorded)
~ A supportive and curious community of fellow seekers
…via Zoom (recorded/archived) and email. Questions? Feel free to reach out anytime: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A portion of the proceeds from this course will support the First Nations Development Fund.
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