Shamanism is the oldest known spiritual discipline in the world. Its origins are found on every continent via rock paintings, ancient carved stones, painted shells, antique personal adornments which gave us a glimpse into the lives and practices of what we call shaman.
This is a 7-class series and each class must be taken in order. You must take all the classes within the series.
COST: Classes are $80.00 each ($560.00 total).
Register at: https://ShamanicClasses.as.me/Shaman101-Jan2023
Get one class FREE by paying for the whole series in advance: $480.00.
This is the first class in the series.
Shaman 101 is the start of our exploration into Shamanism. Students will receive Shaman Toolbox Book and will make a rattle. There will be a short journey to meet your inner shaman.
This is the second class in the series.
What are power animals and animals guides? How do shamans and medicine people work with animals? Why is the drum important? What does it signify and how is it used? If you have a drum please bring it with you. There will be some drums to purchase or borrow.
This is the third class in the series.
Plant shamanism is a little-known facet of Shamanism. In this class, we will learn about plant Allies and how plants can aid the shaman. Discussion on psychoactive plants and if they are needed. Learn about the power of charged water. We will journey to meet your plant Ally and discuss how plants can help us.
This is the fourth class in the series.
Shamans use journeys. There is no right or wrong way to journey. However, being able to travel to the unseen worlds can provide a safe place to look at our shadow self and to meet our guide. What does it mean to journey to the upper, lower and middle realms? How should they be approached?
This is the fifth class in the series.
How Shamans use dreams and storytelling as a special aspect of shamanism. Understanding dreams and telling stories helps clients learn and heal. What are shamanic methods of divination? What is a Medicine Wheel? We will practice water gazing. We will discuss a field trip to a Medicine Wheel.
This is the sixth class in the series.
Everyone has experienced some form of soul loss, divorce, loss of jobs, or other painful exchanges. In this class, we will review shamanic practices to reintegrate the soul. This is one of the most powerful aspects of shamanism.
This is the final class in the series.
This is an advanced shamanism class. Understanding how to work with spirits is something that a shaman should be comfortable with. Shamans often have to be able to work in darkness as well as in the light.
Corinne aka Whirling Rainbow Star
Medicine Woman – Herbalist – Psychopomp and Teacher
I studied Shamanism and became a Featherway Teacher with Garrett
Duncan of Navajo Illuminations and completed herbal immersion classes from the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine. Along with, being a certified crystal healer, Akashic records reader and Priestess in the Order of Melchizedek.
I learned that I am a psychopomp, a shamanic term for someone who can usher the dead to the unseen realms and who can help ease the journey of those who are crossing over.
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