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Shamanic Journey Group

March 15 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm UTC-4

Each meeting follows the Foundation for Shamanic Studies’ general approach for teaching and building Core Shamanism and teaches journey techniques for all levels.  There is a discussion and topic presented with each class, and these themes are integrated into the journey work. If you are new to journeying, or are new to these classes, please come 15 minutes early (see below).

There is lore within the Eddas as well that sheds light on how the shamanic path was treated historically in Europe. While this class supports any religion and faith, and requires tolerance to the diversity of religious traditions within cultures, it does have more of a focus on classic mystery traditions.

If you don’t know how to journey, please contact Christian (xtian) in advance, although this step is not necessary. A brief introduction to journeying is available for beginners and experienced journeyers new to our group.  If so, please show up about 15 minutes early.

This monthly journey group will help students of all levels build the divine connections to their teachers and/or power animals. Each session will consist of two journeys, and will allow a community to share questions and have structured feedback on how to improve your skills in journeying, as well as strengthen your subtle bodies for spiritual work no matter what your personal religious calling may be.

$10 donation sliding scale is appreciated.  Donations support the group meetups and our larger community events!

Notes on what you should bring, and requests:

If you feel more comfortable lying down, bring a yoga mat or comfortable pad that you wish.

If you have a rattle or shamanic drum that is not too loud, please do bring that.

Bring a notebook and pen, or some thing to take notes on!

Bring water for personal hydration.  Please try not to eat a very large meal immediately before the class. Heavy foods can interfere with this work, especially if spiritual work is new to you.  I do encourage a light snack however, as a starving student can be equally distracted.

Finally, please be on time.  We will spend the first 15 minutes sharing and learning, and then begin our first journey.  If you do arrive once the journeying has begun, be quiet and respectful, and take the time to journey for yourself.

Be respectful and turn off all cell phones and pagers during the event.


March 15
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm


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