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Saturday
05
MAY

Shamanic Journey - Upper World

15:00
17:00

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The upper world in non-ordinary reality is place primarily of shamanic spirit teachers, although animal spirits (power animals) may be there as well. It may looks like a natural world as found in the shamanism lower world or in the shamanism middle world of ordinary reality, though it is also found looking very different, such as cloudlike.

Spirit teachers are here for innumerable reasons, from helping the shaman in a divination, to actually doing a healing for someone. Another primary role is to provide the shaman with an education. After all, the shaman is a part of their 'team' and they have a good deal of interest in making sure the practitioners who is going to work with them, is well prepared! It is to these spirit teachers that practitioners eventually go for their higher education, after they get started learning the basics from people like myself.

Spirit teachers can appear in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Big or small, young or incredibly ancient, animal-like, human-like, god-like, you-name-it-like, they will show up in a style that they believe you are best able to handle. What spirit helpers have in common, is wisdom. Its all about your growth, you know.

In this session we will discuss and explore the upper world through Shamanic Journey. Please join EsoTarotIKa for this Fantastic Shamanic Journey to experience these benefits in a systematic and deliberate way. This group is highly experiential in nature and does not require any specific spiritual belief system. All are welcome. If you are new to Journeying, I will be explaining the basic process

What to Bring:
A pen and a notebook or journal to record your experiences.
Comfortable Loose-fitting clothes
Blanket and/or mat to lie down on
Eye cover
Back Jack (optional: chairs are available on site)
Rattles and frame drums welcome (optional)

Cost: Free ($15-25 donation suggested)