A Shamanic Journey into the Heart of Nature | Feb 22, 2020


February 22, 2020    
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Harvest Gathering Event
1067 Ramsey Rd, Kawartha Lakes, ON

Event Type

A Shamanic Journey into the Heart of Nature

This workshop is about how to personally experience and become an aspect of Nature – and learn from your own experiential wisdom of what Nature will teach. I have trained & led groups in this work for many years and have developed a specialized body of knowledge. I will use a technique called Ecstatic Trance Postures to allow people to easily attain an altered state of consciousness through the biological doorway of a specific body posture that opens up to a consistent form of content. I will explain this method, its complete safety (when you step outside of the posture, you break the trance state – and you can go back into it again at any time) induced through high speed rattling that allows the left hemisphere of the brain to be blocked and the right hemisphere to enter a trance state. Like a muscle, this work can be reclaimed through kinesthetic body awareness, visionary seeing, auditory hearing or even through smell sometimes – or all of them together! For more info see https://buildingsoul.ca/shamanic-journeying-ecstatic-trance-postures/

This is a full day workshop to experience 2 postures and more.

I will explain general principles of what to do and what to expect in this form of visionary trance state. I will create a sacred space with smudge, rattle, etc. People will have the opportunity to share after the exercise, which will enrich the group experiences and often can confirm what they are feeling, seeing or hearing.

I have learned Shamanic Healing and Journeying from various teachers over 20 years and have developed a lot of it from my own practices and journey’s. My teacher in Ecstatic Body Postures was, Felicitas Goodman (deceased) – www.cuyamungueinstitute.com

[This workshop was also part of the Harvest Gathering Event, Sept 25 – 27, 2015, an Earth-Based Skills Exchange Event, located near Little Britain in Kawartha Lakes. See www.harvestgathering.ca for more info.]