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Spirit in Nature Tours
"Advanced Shamanic Training and Vision Quest,
December 13-19, 2018
|This is a rare opportunity for intensive shamanic practice with a senior teacher. Exploration of shamanic cultures from around the world will lay the groundwork for our own practice of advanced techniques. The wilderness locale of Wangapeka Retreat Centre in the foothills of the Southern Alps enhances the power of the practice and provides the perfect setting for a solo vision quest which is heart of the workshop.
Group numbers will be small so there will be ample time for in-depth work on individual issues.
“The shaman makes contact with the living dream that we share with the soaring hawk, the spider, and the stone silently sprouting lichens on its coarse surface.”
Spirit in Nature: Spiritual Growth through deeper Connection to the Earth
We are not alone the shamans tell us. This is a spirit-filled cosmos in which humans are bound in kinship with animals, trees, rivers, rocks and sky. By acknowledging the living consciousness of the Earth, we open ourselves to the knowledge and help of our companions in Nature.We are not alone the shamans tell us. This is a spirit-filled cosmos in which humans are bound in kinship with animals, trees, rivers, rocks and sky. By acknowledging the living consciousness of the Earth, we open ourselves to the knowledge and help of our companions in Nature.
Ways of Knowing:
with New Eyes, Living with New Joy"
is not as it appears. This we are told by quantum physicists,
mystics, chaos theorists,
shamans, clairvoyants, yogis, and many others. Every spritual
tradition tells us that to see through the illusions, to know
things as they are, is to gain wisdom.
this practical and playful week of experimental work, we will
learn ways to break through the world of illusory appearances
to see that we have more choice in our construction of reality
than we believe.
Many people feel oppressed by time.
Through games, mind journeys and other exercises, workshop
participants experience the liberating fact that we have more
choice in the construction of time than we are led to believe.
in Nature" Findhorn, Scotland