Saturday, February 17th, 2018
Shamanic Practices for Modern Life
Medicine Wheels, Siberian Shamans and Ceremonies
Shamans In America
TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
PRICE: $75 for the Full Day or $46 for morning or afternoon
LOCATION: Rocky Mountain Miracle Center, Denver I25 and Colorado Blvd.
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Morning Practices 9:00 to 1:00
Medicine Wheels, Crystals and Smudging
You will learn practical wisdom that comes from ancient traditions of the Mayans, Incas, Lakota, Navajo (Dine) and Siberians. Workshop leader Bill Eager has spent more than a decade working with elders, medicine healers and shamans in North and South America. Teachings are woven into a dynamic workshop where you not only learn, but also experience the healing applications of this profound wisdom. You discover how medicine wheels can provide insights about your individual journey. We will explore the use of crystals, practice smudging techniques to clear both our bodies and our physical environments and conduct a four-directions ceremony to invoke new energy into your life and projects.
Afternoon Practices 2:00 to 6:00
Siberian Shaman Diana Suemi Presents
Direct and Protect Your Energy: Shamanic practices
to transform your life and the world around you.
Participants will learn more about how through everyday interactions with the world we are either giving or receiving energy. The shamanic approach uses knowledge of astrology, the chakras, the four elements, and the spirit realm to help us understand all the influences we are being influenced by. Participants will gain understanding in how to diagnose where our energy goes and will learn practices to protect from negative energy. Daily practices to keep our spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional bodies healthy will also be taught to ensure good energy is is able to flow to you freely.
Shamans around the world practice ceremonies that allow them to access different realms of consciousness for the purpose of helping people they work with. More then ever before they are sharing their knowledge, wisdom and practices with participants in ceremonies and training workshops. The goal is to help both individuals who are on a spiritual or healing path, and society as a whole.
In particular, all Shamanic traditions respect and honor the natural world. Elements of nature are used in most ceremonies, and often they are accessed as part of a healing ritual or even a healing medicine.