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Introduction to Shamanism - Lancaster
Sat 25 February 2017, 10:00 – 17:30 GMT
Tickets are £50 (earlybird tickets £40 available until 29th January 2017)
Please note: the workshop fees are non-refundable except in the circumstances where the organiser has to cancel the event.
Shamanism is our most ancient spiritual tradition. It has been practised for tens of thousands of years in every part of the world where humans have settled. It is the spiritual practice that the overwhelming majority of our ancestors practised, going way back into human history. It has seen cultures rise and fall. The fact that it has survived and thrived is testament to its truth, power and usefulness. It is in itself not a religion, and need not be incompatible with any religious practice.
Throughout its long and varied history, shamanism has taken many forms, appropriate to the culture it has found itself in. Therapeutic Shamanism combines the principles of shamanic work with those of modern counselling and psychotherapy. It is highly relevant to modern life and its dis-eases. It provides an easily-learnt tool kit of techniques and methods that are profoundly useful for personal healing, help with life issues, raising self-awareness, personal and spiritual development, and much more.
This experiential course covers the basics of shamanic practice. It is usually an eye-opening experience that opens up a rich and amazing world of possibilities. Participants will be shown simple yet profound techniques to enter shamanic reality to reconnect to their own spirituality. No prior experience is necessary. The course will include...
- the history of shamanism
- the key concepts of the shamanic universe
- how to enter a shamanic ‘journey’
- finding your ‘power animal’
- the basics of how to journey for others
Prior booking is essential. Attendance on this course enables one to apply for the foundation and advanced courses at The Three Ravens College of Therapeutic Shamanism.
If you would like more information call Rachel on 07946 071 672 or email firstname.lastname@example.org