death & dying – our journey home

This weekend we will explore our ideas and perception of what happens after death from a Shamanic perspective, a cosmology. The potential for healing that death brings.

  • 3/4 March 2018:  held at Abergavenny Natural Therapy Centre, Two day course: £160 [£100 if revisiting the course]
  • Prerequisite: Excellent journey skills required. 

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“Shamans heal both the living and the dead” – Sandra Ingerman 

Death is the one sure thing we know we are going to experience and a subject most people struggle to speak of or explore safely. The training is a beautiful support for those who work and care for those that are ill or dying. Supporting our loved ones in this transition. By gaining greater heart understanding we empower ourselves with a new perspective on our death, whenever that will be.

This weekend we will explore our ideas and perception of what happens after death from a Shamanic perspective, a cosmology. The potential for healing that death brings. The great cycle of life.

When people have struggles letting go of this world they can get lost in the other world, stuck and unable to pass over to the love that awaits. This course will enable you to learn how to help souls make a clear transition. This work is known as Psychopomp, from the Greek meaning ‘conductor of souls’. This ancient pratice is as relevant for the 21st century as when our Ancestors undertook the work. Psychopomp work is a beautiful act of grace.

We will also learn how we can work together as a community when natural disasters, wars etc have happened. This training re-connects us to the wisdom our Ancestors held, empowering us to live a life awake.

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