Shamanic Journeying 

with Barbara Hass

Saturday, December 9th

10:00 am - 2:00 pm
 

About Shamanic Journeying

Shamanism is the belief that everything in life has a unique energy. It is a way of life, a knowing that all beings on earth are connected, and that the world is a reflection of our own selves. (“As above, so below. As within, so without.”) 
The physical world brings much joy, as well as many challenges that affect us individually and collectively. From a shamanic perspective great pain, stress, and trauma brings loss on energetic levels, and shamanic work brings balance and understanding on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. 

Shamanic Journeying is a spiritual technique, like meditation or Qi Gong, which uses drumming to access the theta state, a meditative state that reduces stress, awakens intuition, increases creativity, and enhances learning. It is a way to connect to your Spiritual Helpers for guidance, reconnecting you to your light, your “godspark,” your True Self, to restore your personal power to engage more fully in life. Many have shared after a journeying session that they feel “back home,” “whole,” “alive” once again. 
        
This experiential workshop will cover:

  • Core vs Cultural shamanism
  • Finding & gaining insights from your Spirit Guides 
  • Healing ethics, protocols, and working with others

About Barbara Haas

Barbara Haas, MA Education, has practiced shamanism for 26 years. She studied many years with Michael Harner (Way of the Shaman) and his Foundation of Shamanic Studies workshops. She has also trained with Sandra Ingerman (Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self, Welcome Home: Following Your Soul's Journey Home, and Medicine for the Earth), and is honored to be on Sandra’s global teacher and practitioner list, which involved many years as well. Barb also studied Celtic Shamanism with Tom Cowan, Heart-Centered Shamanism with Betsy Bergstrom, Norse Shamanism with Imelda Almqvist and Anna Kjellin, Sacred Object Divination with Sangoma Gretchen Crilly McKay, and Native American wisdom with Northern Ute elder, Clifford Duncan.

What to Bring 

Bring 2 blankets or a sleeping bag to lie on floor.
Bring a drum or rattle if you have one.
Wear comfortable layers, and bring water, snack, pen, journal.
 

Register 

Suggested Donation ($45 or pay what you can)
To register, please email Heather: heather@aspenchapel.org
or by paying online and selecting Shamanic Journeying.  Click here to register online. 

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