Phone: 443 499 6444
12 pm - 3 pm Eastern Standard Time
July 10 (Saturday), 2021
Live via ZOOM
This course would be perfect for you if you have a Yoga, Wellness, Metaphysical/Esoteric, or Hypnosis Practice.
This course will NOT teach you Shamanism as a whole, and you will NOT become a Shaman after taking this course. But you can successfully adapt and use some elements of Shamanism without having any background in Shamanism. This course will teach you very powerful Shamanic healing practices - Shamanic Journey and Soul Retrieval. These techniques have been effectively used by therapists all over the world.
No prerequisites requirements.
You will be certified through the International Hypnosis School and you will recieve second certificate with the Apavarga Veda Seal
As the world evolves, so is Shamanism. Not all Shamans wear feathers and beat drums around the fire. Some moved into offices and adapted ancient Shamanic practices to make them more suitable for modern minds.
I do use drumming in group healing that I run a few times per year. It is an excellent "driver" - means to put people into an alternate state of mind - trance. But in the office, when working one-on-one, I use hypnosis instead of drums. So, when you are coming in for a private session, it may be compared to hypnotherapy.
Of course, there is no better way to learn something than to actually experience it. You will experience Shamanic energy practices like grounding and shielding, Journey, and Soul Retrieval during our class. You can't help others to heal without healing yourself first. You will also receive audio recordings of those practices for your own use afterward.
The course is taught live via Zoom. You will be able to ask your instructor questions.
The courses supplemented with studying materials in audio, video, and written formats.
Technical requirements: you will need a high-speed internet connection. Headphones advised (but not necessary) - for a better sound experience and to block out surrounding noise. No need to take notes - you will have access to the class's video recording. Viewing your course on a computer will provide a much better experience compared to a smartphone. Mobil Zoom app has limited capabilities.
Student's feedback: May 16, 2021 class.
Susan Watson, UK
Anxiety, trauma, and emotional intelligence specialist.
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Modern Shamans. Trance drivers.
12 pm - 3 pm (EST)
July 10 (Saturday), 2021
Live via ZOOM
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Shamanism is a spiritual practice that is rooted in nature. It is the oldest spiritual practice on this planet. Dated at least 40,000 years ago. The reason why Shamanism is still alive is that it speaks to the very core of the human experience, it’s all about life and why we are here. Its goal is to provide answers and help when we need it and show us the pathway from the space of pain and struggle into the space of peace and joy.
Shamanism is practiced worldwide by Indigenous People of North and South America, Africa, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Druids in Ireland, England, and Northern France. Taltos in Hungary. Bon Po in Tibet. There are so many different lineages of Shamanism, just to name a few; Pagan, Buddhist, Tantric... Although they may have different names, all these spiritual practices have similarities.
Shamans believe that the energy and soul may get fragmented due to trauma, pain, fear, abuse… Parts of the energy and soul may get trapped in space and time, attach to people and places. The fragmentation may happen simply due to a strong attachment to a person, situation, place… or as a way of dealing with trauma and pain (dissociation?) In turn, people may lose strength, become less resilient, feel emotionally and physically weak, slip into depression, even become seriously ill. In that case, a Shaman would travel alone or with the person that needs help to locate and retrieve these lost pieces. It’s called Shamanic Soul Retrieval. The retrieved pieces then would be integrated back to heal the soul and make the person whole again, so he or she can heal.
"This was absolutely amazing! Thank you so much! I really appreciated all of the information and experience that you have provided. We need more mentors like you" Jen
"I enjoyed the course. Learned so much. Very satisfied, and well worth it!!!" Rita
"Thank you so much for this experience. I'm looking forward to putting it into practice." K
"I am a licensed mental health practitioner. Not a Shaman. But this protocol is very workable in a clinic setting, and I can see it's opening many possibilities in my work with patients." M.J.
"It takes real talent to take a so misunderstood topic and teach it in such an organized and easy to follow manner. Worth every penny!" John
"My absolute favorite!!! Love the passion and empathy with which the course is taught." J.P.
Traveling into the unordinary realms is called Shamanic Journey.
Shamanic Journey is a way to shift from an ordinary way of thinking to a more creative, imaginary way, so we can connect to the higher-self, entities, ancestors, and Gods. For that to be possible, the Shaman and all that are involved must enter a trance at will or with the help of the drivers.
Drivers – the ways to enter alternate states of consciousness, trance.
Initiation into Shamanism – a ritual that is commonly performed by an experienced shaman (your teacher) after some preparation period (healing education, cleansing…). Basically, one shaman introduces his/her apprentice to the Spirits he/she aligned with (specific pantheon of God’s and entities).
Spontaneous initiation may happen once you open yourself to that path, start to study and experience shamanic journey, without any involvement of other shamans.
Spontaneous initiation may also happen regardless of your personal interests and choices – The Spirit(s) may choose you.
Shaman’s Illness may occur during initiation or randomly at any point of time. Fiver, hallucinations, head and body aches, nausea, extreme weakness, body shaking. Can be confused with common cold or flu, except there is no cough of stuffy nose. May last from 1 day to a whole week.
Shaman’s Illness may occur during initiation, as attunement or cleansing process, for communication – you may receive messages (visions).
Shaman’s Illness is the same as witch’s and magician’s illness and Kundalini awakening.
Obviously, don’t automatically assume that your health conditions are Shaman’s Illness. Must see a doctor!
Reoccurrence – yearly “maintenance” usually happens during fall season. Usually, during those episodes, you may be “taken” into the same realm/place and interact with the same entities – your lineage.
What a Soul looks like to psychics?
Working with Family Egregors in the Upper World
Here is why:
The Medicine Wheel is a spiritual symbol that is unique to the indigenous culture. It's a circle that is divided into four quadrants that symbolize North, West, South, and East. Used in religious ceremonies and also, as a metaphor to describe cultural concepts. It is not my place to teach neither Indigenous culture nor Native American religion.
What people tend to forget or maybe just not aware of is that Indigenous religion and Shamanism are not the same. Some Indigenous people are Shamans, but not all Shamans are Indigenous. The word Shaman came from the Tungus language (Siberia). Shamanism is practiced all over the world, on every continent, by all races and nationalities. But all developed their own unique Shaman's way, a unique form of Shamanism.
I have great respect and love for the Indigenous people and culture. The Medicine Wheel is an important part of learning about culture and history. I am happy to see that so many people are interested in studying it. But I don't teach Indigenous culture and history.
Munai Ki Rites is an initiation ceremony into the Healer's path of the Q-ero, Quechua ethnic community in the province of Paucartambo, Peru. This ceremony is beautiful. Purely symbolic, unless you speak the Quechua language and live in Paucartambo, Peru. There are many beautiful rituals and ceremonies that were developed in every nation all over the world, but they weren't developed for you and the place where you live. Reenacting these ceremonies is just that - reenacting. Are you an actor or a healer?
Be clear about your goals when you are studying these subjects. Do you want to learn about the Indigenous culture and history? It's praiseworthy. If you were misled to believe that learning The Medicine Wheel and going through The Munai Ki Rites will make you a Shaman, I am sorry for your disappointment. I hope that at least you've learned something interesting and the ceremony was beautiful. I feel even worse for those who just followed some guide and performed these ceremonies alone at home... breathing in the smoke of a paraffin candle and running a river rock over the head... Did YOU do that? And did you get a Certificate of Initiation? I hear these stories all the time. It is very sad that some people fall so low to run such a widespread scam under the pretense of spirituality. It is very sad that so many people fall for it.
You must nurture the relationship with YOUR Spirits and Land. You must nurture the relationship with YOUR Ancestors. You must nurture the connection to YOUR Gods. The Q-ero's Ancestors are not the ones that watching over you. You cannot draw any powers from your Land by invoking the Spirits from a little village in Peru.
... and that is why I do not teach, with all my respect, The Medicine Wheel and The Munai Ki Rites.
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