are held on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
April 18th, 2021
- Contemporary Western Core Shamanic Practice -
Shamanism is the world’s oldest spiritual tradition. It has been practiced by indigenous peoples around the world for centuries. Over tens of thousands of years, shamans developed a time-tested system of healing, using journeying and other practices.
Core Shamanism consists of the universal, near-universal, and common features of shamanism, together with journeys to other worlds, a distinguishing feature of shamanism.
The principles of Core Shamanism are not bound to any specific cultural group or perspective. It is intended for Westerners to re-acquire access to their rightful spiritual heritage.
Core Shamanic Practitioners are trained to alter their consciousness through classic shamanic non-drug techniques such as sonic driving, especially in the form of repetitive drumming, so that they can discover their own hidden spiritual resources, transform their lives, and learn how to help others.
In this presentation Kevin Parker will outline the basic components of contemporary Core Shamanic Practice and how it might assist in personal and planetary healing.