Sat, 07 Sept|
Online Expansion into Spiritual Healing
Time & Location
07 Sept 2024, 6:00 pm GMT-4 – 30 Sept 2024, 10:00 pm GMT-4
About the Event
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This third invitation into Spiritual Healing training incorporates empowering, strengthening and clarifying practices from various traditions in conjunction with spiritual bathing as handed down by Don Elijio Panti.
The intention is to support activists, healers and those on the front lines to remain intact in soul, heart and body as they walk through the word’s shadows.
We will expand into working ceremonially with the element of fire in various sanctified ways. Esoteric Yogic practices handed down to Samar via the late and beautiful Swami Shantimurti Saraswati will be a cornerstone of this curriculum.
A commitment to extensive daily practice in the wild and the wilderness within will support you to make the most of this opportunity. As always, we will have wonderful guest speakers and opportunities to expand exponentially into new layers of the dreaming, beyond heartbreak and past pain.
Our prayer is that by the end of this communal time we can show up in a field of more clarified chu’lel to those who need us and break through the glass ceilings of what we believe we cannot bear.
TIMES AND DATES (in Eastern Standard Time USA)
All sessions run from 6 pm to 10 pm EST except for the final session which is 6 pm to 8 pm EST.
September 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th and 30th
Prerequisites: Opening to Spiritual Healing and Deepening into Spiritual Healing.
Cost: $999 USD
This class will be taught by Samar Ocean Wolf Ciprian. Email email@example.com to enquire or register.
10% of the total cost of every class goes towards supporting our indigenous partners, including Don Elijio's descendants who protect the sacred forest at the Elijio Panti National Park in Belize, Walther Cholotio, a Tz'utujil Maya Fire and Daykeeper in Guatemala, our friends at Taos Pueblo and Māori tree protector Shirley Waru in Aotearoa. To learn more, visit our Giving Back page.