Walking the Razor’s Edge

The phrase “walking the razor’s edge” is sometimes used referring to shamanic practice. We do spend much time on the edges of things, states of consciousness, the line between light and dark, the seen and unseen. Good balance is not as much about stasis, as it is about being able to navigate those fine edges, moving a little too far in one direction or the other and guiding yourself back to that sliver of equilibrium. And then, because we are human, falling off again.

Cultivating equilibrium between peace and power helps you feel calm while sustaining the energy needed to create a life you love. These two states – peace and personal power – are cornerstones of a satisfying life. Shamanic practices help keep these energies in dynamic balance. This introductory class draws from some of these practices, as well as other experiential techniques. You will leave with tools to renew your strength and vitality, and to manage stress and change gracefully.

*Bonus – We will discuss a shamanic apprenticeship for next year. If you are interested in taking shamanic work deeper, regardless of your current level of experience, this would be a good class to attend. 

DATE: Sunday, November 10
TIME: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
COST: $150 ($50 discount for both classes. Your Energy Ecosystem© is Saturday, November 9)

For more details about each class and to register, visit WholeSpirit.com Events page. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Wishing you a peaceful heart,

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