Introduction to Shamanic Journeying
Join me for a morning with Sarah Seidelmann, MD and Shamanic Healer (followyourfeelgood.com).
April 3rd, 9 AM-11:30 AM Via Zoom.
I have been curious to study and develop shamanic journeying practices, and attended a women’s retreat with Sarah in 2018. She is enthused to offer this Intro experience with us and we’ll see what might want to emerge after that. I am delighted, as I trust Sarah and value her special gifts.
We’ll each have a chance to speak our names and what calls us to this experience. Then Sarah will drum and guide us through a shamanic journey. She shares more about what to expect both below and on her website.
Please see her list below about what to have handy.
If you’d like to claim a spot, please register by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Specify “Register for April 3rd” in the subject line, please. Please give me your name, and pay the Registration fee of $65 paypal.me/truenature20.You can also ask for an address and mail me a check. Then I’ll send you the Zoom link for our session.
It’s something that must be experienced and not learned by listening to a lecture. Having a guide helps enormously. This practice has helped to live my life with courage and enthusiasm.
Journeying is a tool that is ancient and is powerful. It is a unique methodology for connecting to benevolent and compassionate spirits for support, for healing and for guidance. Many of the people and clients who I have shared this work with find that it’s something they return to again and again. It’s wonderfully simple and can be done anywhere via a pair of ear-buds and an mp3 player:)
A shamanic journey is a specialized meditation of sorts- a guided/structured visit to the spirit worlds, where negative energy can be cleared and your soul uplifted and empowered. It is also a method for seeking guidance and assistance. It is a method for having a direct revelation or connection with the divine/the Universe/God/spirit/The Creator.
This work has been used for millennia for both personal work and as a method to provide healing to others. Throughout history, Shamans have gone on journeys to act as a conduit to restore individuals (and communities) to balance and wholeness. Warning: You may find it so delicious and uplifting that you will be curious to know more!
What you will need:
An open heart/mind.
A quiet, comfy place to sit undisturbed for 90 minutes.
A scarf or bandana.
A headset (or speakerphone)- so you can listen (hands-free) to the drumming.
A journal or notebook to record your discoveries.
- Access to Zoom.
- Agreement to maintain confidentiality of any material a participant might share, and to come with an attitude of respect.