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: Oct 24
We talk about sacred places, ancient places, places of great significance. But there are also the personal places, your places, woods, lakes, rivers. What are yours. Mine must be Beacon Hill one…Continue
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