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Year of Ceremony with Soundstrue

I'm excited to be taking part in this years 'Year of Ceremony' with Sounds True. Each month a teacher will lead a ceremony. I have been invited to lead an online ceremony on the 3rd November. 

I invite you to experience the second season of an online shamanic program, Year of Ceremony. Each full moon, you receive a new broadcast led by a shamanic teacher offering a guided ceremonial experience. You’ll become part of a thriving community as you learn powerful techniques for healing, insight, and connection to the spirit world.
Here are some of the teachers you’ll be meeting:

·      Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq—this shaman from Greenland brings us an extraordinary perspective on the issue of climate change
·      Andrew Steed—a Celtic bard and shaman who radiates a sense of limitless joy for life
·      Bhola Banstola—hailing from Nepal’s Jhankri tradition, Bhola represents great lineage of healers
·      Starhawk—as one of the most respected Wiccan voices, she’ll be teaching us about sacred activism
·      John Lockley - a traditionally trained Xhosa Sangoma (African Shaman) from South Africa. John is a pioneer in bridging the ancient South African healing technology -  sangoma  medicine - with mainstream, western medical culture.
Plus many more, including the return of master teachers Sandra Ingerman, José Luis Stevens, and don Oscar Miro-Queseda.
I’m also pleased to announce a new feature in Year of Ceremony,Shamanic Skills Intensives. These workshops—presented by teachers Julie Kramer, Evelyn Rysdyk, Betsy Bergstrom, and John Perkins—are for anyone who wants to go even deeper and develop specific shamanic techniques. They’ll be delivered FREE to all subscribers during Year of Ceremony.
With gratitude,
P.S. When you register, you’ll get access to special bonuses throughout the year, including a free download of Sandra Ingerman’s excellent beginner’s guide, Shamanic JourneyingLearn more now

Earlier Event: November 2
Boulder Book Launch
Later Event: November 4
Way of the Leopard in Boulder