Tuesday, November 13, 2018
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
1282 Old Skokie Valley Road
Highland Park, IL
When people come together in community for healing, amazing things can happen. In shamanism, healing circles are a sacred way to bring deep, profound and extensive transformations on physical, emotional and spiritual planes. In this workshop, we will create a shamanic healing circle where everyone can receive a healing and be a part of the healing process. Experience practices for creating a strong container and building community. Learn techniques for calling in healing energies and spirits. Experience being what shamans call Hollow Bones, so that energy can move through you. Learn a healing song and receive spiritual blessings. Bring drums, rattles or other percussion instruments, if possible. You are welcome to bring any sacred objects for the community altar and photos of loved one who are in need of healing.
To register, click here.
The Shamanic Practices for Personal Empowerment Series
This series will be repeated in 2019.
Shamanism is a way of life that engages our interconnection to the natural world and the spiritual world. While professional shamanic training requires years of study, many core shamanic practices can be used for personal empowerment, guidance and healing. If you wish to deepen your spiritual awareness, strengthen your intuitive gifts, and expand your communications with the spirit world and with animals, plants and minerals, this year-long 12-course curriculum will give you the tools and the experiences for your own personal shamanic practice. Core shamanism is welcoming of all spiritual and religious traditions. In these classes, you will explore your own personal experiences of sacredness and spirituality.
There are 12 different courses in this series. You may take each one in sequence if you are interested in receiving a certificate of completion in personal shamanic practice. Or you may take any classes that interest you without committing to the entire curriculum. Experience with shamanic journeying is helpful but not required for most of these courses.
For more information on the courses in this 2019 series, click here.