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Fogelsville, PA (610) 285-6145


August 16, 1:00 - 4:00 pm

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Shamanism and spiritual healing

Registration closes on August 10.

“Why are we spiritual seekers? Why do we call it a spiritual path? How do we know we are spiritually evolving? As a matter of fact, how do we even know we are conscious? Conscious of what?” - Pam Milliken 2020 

In this class we will individually and collectively learn why spiritual healing is so neglected. On the Shamans's path, the majority of time is spent working to heal physically, mentally, and emotionally. What would happen if we focused on spiritually healing ourselves since we are taught that spiritual healing heals everything? What is it about us that fears wholeness?

Join us to find out why and break through a millennium of spiritual disconnection.

What to bring: Your own lunch (beverages and dessert provided); a journal for notes, water bottle, and/or travel mug for hot beverages.

Fee: $65 (payable at the time of the workshop)
“Adverse circumstances test our courage, our strength of mind, and the depth of our conviction in the Dharma. There is nothing exceptional about practicing Dharma in a good environment and atmosphere. The true test is if we can maintain our practice in adverse conditions.”
— Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey, "Advice From a Spiritual Friend"