Thu, Feb 10|
Online via Zoom
Living a Shamanic Way of Life: Energy Medicine for Yourself, Others, and the Earth
Time & Location
Feb 10, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST
Online via Zoom
About The Event
Living a shamanic way of life is critically important for our current times.
When we live a lifestyle that integrates the everyday spiritual practices of shamans and shamanic cultures, we move back into harmony with nature and our own selves, and provide powerful energetic medicine to ourselves, others, the Earth, and all of life.
In this four-week live online course designed by Sandra Ingerman and with additions from my helping spirits, this course will introduce you to living a shamanic way of life.
In this course, you will explore:
- What shamanism and a shamanic lifestyle are.
- The basics of Sandra Ingerman's Medicine for the Earth work.
- How to transform the energies of heavy thoughts, emotions, and words.
- Meeting your Creator and experiencing Their love for you.
- Learning about the elements by becoming them.
- How to shape-shift into a luminous transfigured state to bring healing.
- How to work with the power of words.
- The nature of the shadow.
- The transfiguration ceremony.
And much more.
You will practice the material with your fellow classmates in a safe container, and be given access to an optional-to-join private Facebook group where you can share experiences, ask questions, and form community.
This work is the fundamental first step in beginning your personal shamanic practice or shamanic practitioner training. Additionally, if you are looking to bridge spirituality into social and environmental activism, this course will provide you with a wealth of tools for bringing not only personal healing, but social and environmental healing as well.
There are no prerequisites necessary for attendance; this course is open to all!
Can't Attend Live? A recording of the live class sessions will be sent to all registrants the morning following each session. Only I will be in the recordings.
What to Have: An eye covering (such as a bandana or sleep mask), pen/pencil, and notebook. Headphones are highly recommended. Optional items to bring include a drum and/or rattle. Please make sure that you tune in from a quiet space where you can relax so that you can fully engage with the material.
Times: February 3, 10, 17, and 24, 2022 from 7-8:30pm EST.
To learn more about your host, Garrett Jackson, visit: https://www.garrettpjackson.com/about