Practitioner Apprenticeship

WALKING A SHAMANIC PATH

MODULE ONE:

CREATING A DAILY PRACTICE

Part I: Altars & Sacred Space

Part II: Prayers & Protection

Part III: The Spirit Worlds

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What is Shamanism?

“There are 3 primary concepts that define a shamanic pracPicsArt_03-07-07.48.13tice; the animistic view that everything is alive and contains a spirit, a familial relationship with the spirits, and the ability to walk between the physical and spirit worlds. To carefully and responsibly navigate these worlds requires discipline, practice and dedication. Shamanism is not a religion or a hobby, it is a way if life that changes the way you experience the world around you. To live this way involves attuning your cycles to the cycles of nature, to learn how to decipher the language of the spirits, and to step into a role of service to the People, the Land and/or the Spirits. This path requires integrity, accountability and self-study. There is no certificate at the end of the program. This is a lifelong process of becoming and unbecoming that many experience as a call from deep within that cannot be ignored.”

-Shana Welkin Kestrel


Serving the surrounding Atlantic City/Ocean City area.