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Shamanism: Death and Dying


  • Ghidrah's Mind Body Spirit 120 E. Maumee St. Adrian United States (map)

Course Overview-October 12th (10am-6pm) & 13th (10am-5pm)

The ability to Journey is a prerequisite.You must have had taken upper, lower and middle world journey classes.

Class is-$225 until September 21 and $240 after September 21st. Stop in, call or message to reserve your spot. Very limited class size.

Shamanism: Death & Dying may at first sound intimidating, however, working with this subject can prove to be empowering. This workshop heightens our own spiritual understanding of death and dying and the steps involved in that. When death is seen as part of life, it can impact our living in a positive way.

This class teaches ways to assist others as they approach transition. Any who work with hospice, cancer patients or who have loved ones approaching their transition can gain insight and techniques to aide others in this process.
Work learned in this class applies also to land healing, where many people have died, eg., war, plague, natural disaster. You will learn how to help.

What to Expect
Participants will be journeying to gain insight and clarity on some of the steps of death and dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective.
We will create some shamanic art and learn a way of journeying that may be more accessible to those who aren’t shamanically trained but who are willing to explore this process of transition.
Participants will learn the art of classic psychopomp, which is helping suffering beings to cross over.

Instructor: Connie Lee Eiland
Connie is authorized to teach this class by Sandra Ingerman.
Connie Eiland is a shamanic practitioner who has studied extensively with numerous teachers including Sandra Ingerman, Betsy Bergstrom, Carol Proudfoot-Edgar, Herb Stevenson, Ana Larramendi, Nan Moss and David Corbin.

In addition to her shamanic teaching and healing work, Connie has been a Physical Therapist for 45 years and is currently in private practice in Southfield.

www.shewolfshaman.com

www.shamanicteachers.com

What to Bring
Please bring a rattle and drum if you have one. Bring a shaman blanket, scarf or eye cover, a pen and notebook. Art supplies will be provided, however, you are welcome to bring your own.
Please bring an item for the altar.

Earlier Event: September 22
Yin Yoga Pop Up Class
Later Event: October 16
Chakra Dance Awakening