|Advanced Applied Shamanism Extension Workshop|
These workshops are designed
to provide a deeper understanding of topics that are covered in the Advanced Applied
Shamanism retreat, such as the clearing of legacy lines, curse removal, methods
of channeling and grounding, and spirit releasement. The finer points of drum healing
and the use of sound in healing is presented. Special focus is on understanding
the nature of intention and the way intention drives that which manifests.
This class will focus on the review of the material in the Advanced Applied Shamanism retreat with special focus on the following subjects:
CLASS DETAILS AND TO REGISTER:
Instructor: Isa Gucciardi, Ph.D.
Tuition: Varies based on course topic and length. (If course date is listed below, click for tuition.)
These workshops are open to those who have taken Advanced Applied Shamanism. Special permission to participate in these courses may be granted through application to the instructor for those who have not taken Advanced Applied Shamanism.
Special Circles for the EarthThese circles are called to help you strengthen your practice and to align with the weather spirits and assist in bringing balance to the earth during these times of climate change. We will be offering a round of these circles once every quarter for the foreseeable future - alternating between the Redwood Room and the Sacred Stream Center. You must know how to journey to join these circles. Please join us!
April 30, May 14 and May 28, 2014
7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Applied Shamanism Links
About Applied Shamanism
ASP Program Overview
Power Retrieval & Middle World
Soul Retrieval & Guiding of Souls
Advanced Applied Shamanism
Advanced Shamanism Extension
The Shamanic Journey
Shamanic Journey: Next Steps
Psychopomp: Next Steps
Soul Retrieval: Next Steps
Space Clearing Society
Areas of Study
Applied Shamanism PodcastsRemarks from the Special Circle for the Earth Part 3
Remarks from the Special Circle for the Earth Part 2
Remarks from the Special Circle for the Earth
The Sacred Earth
Shamanism and Dogma
Shamanism in Contemporary Culture