Welcome to our new programme of events, training and personal development in spiritual journeying (shamanism). This will include a workshop/pilgrimage series and spiritual accompaniment.
The shaman has to go out of him or her
self in order to encounter the spirit world. Shamanism is encounter in which a person learns humility, acquires an openness to other powers and comes to appreciate the world of nature. The term shaman derives from the Buddhist term sramana which means a person who has given up worldly attachment in order to follow a spiritual life. There are traditions of shamanism in many parts of the world. All involve a close association with nature and a letting go of attachment to conventional social thinking. The shaman is a “border person” who lives on the edge of conventional society in order to provide a bridge between ordinary people and the spiritual world.
Find out more here: WHAT THE TERMS SRAMAN, SHAMAN & SRAVAKA MEAN + HOW ONE BECOMES A SHAMAN
Latest Activity: Apr 18
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