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YEAR 2 - PRACTITIONER TRAINING IN SHAMANISM

With Claudia Goncalves and Mark Halliday

Starting date: 10th and 11th Feb 2018. (6 places left)

 

Pre-requirement: Year 1 Foundation Training in Shamanism with us.

 

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Year 2 - Practitioner Training in Shamanism

10th 11th Feb 2018 Soul Retrieval I
28th 29th Apr 2018 Soul Retrieval II
16th 17th Jun 2018 Extraction work
01st 02nd Sep 2018 Psychopomp work
17th 18th Nov 2018 Past life work
16th 17th Feb 2019 Creative community

 

Times: Arrival 10:30am for registration and tea. Start 11am finish 6pm both days.

 

About the course

This course will take you a step further into exploring shamanism in a much deeper way with the aim to become a Shamanic Practitioner in this wonderful path of service. The practitioner group meets every 2 Months. Training at Practitioner level includes theory, demonstration, practice, case studies and access to support and supervision. Practitioners can become members of the Society of Shamanic Practitioners and be insured to practice. Ceremonies and nature are at the heart of shamanism and are also included in our trainings.

 

 

Modules of the course

 

Soul Retrieval I

 

When we suffer a trauma, be it small or major, a part of our soul, a part of our essence leaves our body and that is our way to cope or survive. That part of us has the ability to live in other dimensions because we are, by nature, multidimensional beings. When soul lost occurs, we are left with a feeling that something is missing but we are not quite sure what that is. Sometimes it is a sense of not being here, not being present, sometimes it is a sense of confusion, not being able to have clarity or direction, sometimes it is being stuck in enacting suffering and pain. Childhood trauma is a very common reason for needing a soul retrieval. When a healing takes place at a soul level, very often, it has an effect in all other levels. Healing cannot take place if the person is in a dis-empowered place. First thing to do is to empower the person and we start by calling the person's spirit helpers. The helpers provide power, energy and support. In this work we will explore the basics of Soul Retrieval. How do we know a soul retrieval is needed, where to start and how the person can help for a smooth integration process afterwards. Soul retrieval, although very simple, is one of the most powerful shamanic healing one can have.

 

   

Soul Retrieval II

 

Developing a bit further, challenging all our assumptions, we will now explore the process of taking a step back and simply facilitating the soul retrieval. How to identify if the client is empowered enough, how to monitor the process, how to trust and let Spirit do the work. There is no better feeling then the feeling of seeing your client empowered and in charge of their own healing process. When your client is fully empowered is when real healing takes place.

 

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Extraction work and Entity release

 

A very common type of energetic illness and complain brought for Shamanic practitioners to work on is the removal of intrusive energies. If for whatever reason we have a hole in our energy field, negative energies can come and stay in that space. Those energies can manifest themselves as negative thoughts, physical illnesses or pain and sometimes even suicidal thoughts. Those energies can also be coming from other people e.g. envy, bad thoughts or anger. If they are there for a very long time, they become entities who have their own mind and are able to control the person's thoughts and feelings. Fully formed entities can also attach themselves to people and zap their energy. During the weekend we will learn to identify when an extraction work is needed and how to perform an extraction. Also learn to identify when an entity is present and how to release an entity. This is another ancient healing technique where the shaman has to have sufficient power, therefore, the importance of learning to be ruthless is fundamental for this work.

 

   

Psychopomp work and House Cleansing

 

Psychopomp work: One of the most important roles of the Shamanic practitioner is to help lost souls to complete their journey into the afterworld. Compassion and unconditional love are the essential powers to accomplish this work.

 

House Cleansing: removing trapped energies, transforming places of negativity, space and house clearing are also part of the teachings this weekend.

 

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Past Life Work


As the veils between the spiritual and the physical worlds are becoming thinner and thinner, past life problems and memories have been one of the main causes for people to seek shamanic help. We are all multidimentional beings and on the shamanic path time does not exist, therefore we can journey back into past lives for healing purposes.

   

Creative Community

 

We will finish the course celebrating who you are and sharing your shamanic gifts with your people. With the Creative Community work we want you to explore how is it to step into your power and fully become a shamanic practitioner. You will be given the opportuntiy to share your gifts and unique ways with others in the group by facilitating 1 1/2 hours of shamanic work for your group.

 

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Costs for the Practitioner Training

 


Year 2:
Instalments of £193 /  £176 / £144 / £110  (high / medium / low income / benefits) paid at the weekend we meet.

 

Important Note: Once accepted in the course you are commited to paying all weekends including the ones you miss and you will be able to do your catch up on the following year if you really need to miss a weekend.

 

It is our wish to include everyone who feel drawn to our work and are ready for this course, therefore, the prices for our courses are on a sliding scale. For those restricted financially, you can divide the weekend cost in more instalments if you need. Or if you need to pay in a different date that your group meets, that is also fine; we are flexible and happy to help.

 

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What to bring

 

Tools: drum, rattle (if you have them). Notebook for the year, pen.

 

Food: Please bring lunch to share. We will have access to an oven and a cooker to warm up the food. We normally take 1 hr break for lunch around 2pm.

 

Clothes: Weather permitting we will also work outdoors in the woodland. Please bring with you warm outdoors clothes and wellington or walking boots.

 

Accommodation

 

Please note: we are not able to offer accommodation, we recommend these B&Bs near by: click here.

 

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