Everyone has loving and wise ancestors, and by reaching out for their support we access tremendous vitality for personal and family healing. In addition to supporting repairs with living family, our ancestors encourage healthy self-esteem and help us to clarify our destiny, relationships, and work in the world.
Participants will learn to relate safely and directly with family ancestors, both helpful guides and the dead in need of assistance. The work will closely follow Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing. Expect to engage lineage ancestors in heart-centered ritual through prayer/song, visioning practices, and group dialogue. There are no prerequisites, however, prior experience with inner work and relating with spirit guides/teachers are both helpful.
Folks new to ancestor work, adoptees, and those with a tough experience of family are warmly welcome. Ritual space will be held in a way that celebrates cultural difference and the relationship of ancestral healing with social justice. Those with a healing arts practice will learn new skills to support your work. Spaces are limited, 10am-5pm each day, cost is $450 for the three full days of ritual/training (flexibility as needed to keep the work accessible, please just talk with me). Preregistration and full attendance requested.
Daniel Foor, Ph.D., MFT, guides trainings, rituals, and sessions focused on honoring ancestors, tending our relations with the natural world, and remembering our unique destiny and calling. He is the author of Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing and has guided ancestor-focused healing rituals through the United States since 2005. For more info on his offerings and for free resources on earth-honoring spirituality visit: www.ancestralmedicine.org
Exact location in the Richmond area to be announced soon.
For details see: https://ancestralmedicine.org/event/intensive-richmond-7-6-2018/
We acknowledge this event is taking place on the ancestral lands of Chickahominy, Pamunkey, and Powhatan peoples and we encourage participants to become educated on the history of the land and to support local Native organizations.