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Peruvian Shamanic Studies

**PLEASE NOTE: The West class will be held March 26th. Dates for subsequent classes will be announced.

Registration for the 2023 series closes January 29th.

In the past, we offered Introduction to Inkan Shamanism and Continuing on the Shamanic Path as two separate series. Our new tradition is to present Peruvian Shamanic Studies, the best of both series combined into one. Participants will not only create a solid foundation for personal work on the Shamanic path, but will be prepared to move into our Healer’s Circle to continue learning and practicing healing techniques with others if desired.

Peruvian Shamanism offers a way to connect and communicate with kamaquen, ‘the spirit of all things,’ bringing balance and harmony to the energies of Spirit and Earth. This series explores the cosmology, rites and rituals of both the Northern Curandero and Southern traditions.

Participants will experience foundational teachings, journeys, exercises and healing techniques based upon the tradition of Andean Cosmology. Through the creation of a Mesa, a sacred altar of stones and power objects, participants will learn to activate ‘non-ordinary’ states of consciousness.

Gifts you’ll receive:

What to bring:

Note: This series requires a commitment to attend all workshops. Participants are obligated to pay for any missed sessions (payment still due on the dates of the Sunday workshops). Traveling through the series in order, with your classmates, not only enhances your personal growth, but the bonds of community and growth as a collective. Please plan your calendar in advance so you can attend all year! However, if an emergency causes you to miss one, you can still continue your studies in this year, then make up the missed session (at no additional cost) next year.

Snow dates: Feb: Feb 12

Online payment is accepted for each workshop.

Instructor: Brenda Rhodes and Bill Gorton
Fee: $150 (per class)
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— Matthew Flickstein, "Journey to the Center"