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January 18th, 2020 (Saturday)

Taught by Alec Davis

Have you ever wished you could gain a deeper perspective on your life challenges and have guidance and healing available whenever you need it?

The goal of this workshop is to use the skills and wide scope of shamanic journeying to help you cultivate a rich inner world that has unlimited resources. This enhanced inner landscape will help you embrace new possibilities with confidence, joy, empowerment and gratitude for life. You’ll begin or continue to truly walk the path of Spirit and not be tied to the limitations of your ego. Instead you will move towards what gives you true meaning. As you grow the skills of shamanic journeying over time, you will experience enhanced well-being emotionally, spiritually, mentally, and physically.

This workshop in Shamanic Journeying is geared for beginner and experienced students alike.

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Topics Covered:
Intro to shamanism
Illness from a shamanic perspective
How to open sacred space for shamanic journey work
How shamans journey - the use of rattles and drums (as well as other tools) to access a Shamanic state of consciousness and other levels of reality
Cosmology of the hidden realms: Upper World and Lower World
How to journey to connect and retrieve your special power animal
How to journey to connect and gain insight from your helping spirit
How to weave shamanic practice into your daily life to enrich your life's experiences

What to bring?
Your curiosity and imagination
A bandana or some eye cover
A rattle
A notebook/Journal and pen to record your journeys
Wear comfortable clothing
Bring a pillow for your comfort
Small, special items that you want to bless on our altar

(I will teach this workshop 2-3 more times in 2020)

Time: 10am to 5pm

Location: Seattle, WA 98118

Cost: $145.00 

**Early Registration Savings -  Register and Pay by December 1st, 2019   $125.00**

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(part of the copy written by Sony Barron)