Shamanic Journeying

AN EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOP

with Barbara Haas, MA

SATURDAY, JULY 21, 2018
10:00AM-1:00PM

REGISTER & GET SETTLED INTO THE SPACE BETWEEN 9:30 – 9:55 A.M.
WORKSHOP STARTS PROMPTLY AT 10:00 A.M.
SUGGESTED DONATION $45 (OR PAY WHAT YOU CAN) 

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“We're made of star stuff,' says Carl Sagan. His statement sums up the fact that the carbon, nitrogen and oxygen atoms in our bodies, as well as atoms of all other heavy elements, were created in previous generations of stars over 4.5 billion years ago.”
 

What to Expect

  • Get Helpful & Inspiring Messages to Enhance Your Life
  • Connect Deeply to the Natural World & Your Personal Spirits
  • GuidesSearch for Meaning & Understanding of Symbols & Metaphors

What is Shamanism

Shamanism is the belief that everything in life has a unique energy, a perspective that all are connected. The physical world brings much joy, as well as many challenges that affect us individually and collectively. Shamanic Journeying is a spiritual technique, used around the world since ancient times that uses percussive sound (ie. didgeridoo, drum, crystal bowls, bowstrings), to access the theta state, to awaken intuition, reduce stress, increase creativity, and enhance learning. It is a way to connect to your Spiritual Helpers for guidance, reconnecting you to your “godspark,” your True Self, and restore personal power to engage more fully in life. Many have shared that after a shamanic journey they feel “back home,” and “whole,” and “more alive.”                         

  • Bring a few blankets or a sleeping bag to lie on floor.
  • Bring a drum or rattle, and an eye pillow if you have one.
  • Wear comfortable layers, bring water, snacks, pen/pencil, and journal.

About the Teacher 

Barbara Haas, MA Education, has studied shamanism for 27 years. She studied many years with Michael Harner (Way of the Shaman) and his Foundation of Shamanic Studies workshops. She also studied with Sandra Ingerman (Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self, Welcome Home: Following Your Soul's Journey Home, and Medicine for the Earth), and is honored to be on her global teacher and practitioner list, which involved many years of training. Barb has also studied Celtic Shamanism with Tom Cowan (Fire in the Head, Shamanism as a Spiritual Practice for Daily Life), Heart-Centered Shamanism with Betsy Bergstrom, Norse Shamanism with Imelda Almqvist (Natural Born Shamans) and Anna Kjellin, Sacred Object Divination with Sangoma Gretchen Crilly McKay, and Native American wisdom with Northern Ute elder, Clifford Duncan.