In April, we move into the last quarter of our year-long shamanic series. As we continue exploring shamanic healing and the Cauldron of Vocation, we also turn our attention to the awakening world of nature around us, the land that supports its life, and the Stone People and Plant Allies that walk with us.
This seminar is open to those who have a good working relationship with their Shamanic spirit helpers.
Restoring the Sacred: Our Family from the Land
with Karl Schlotterbeck
Tuesdays, April 13 & 27, 2021
7:00 to 9:00 PM online
If not already registered for the series, registration should be sent to Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Access links and instructions to prepare for each session will be sent to those who register by the 7th. We will try to get materials to those who register late as best we can. Links to the video recording of the session will be sent a few days after the session.
Suggested donation is $15 per session, but in recognition of stresses of the times and differing situations, participants are invited to donate according to their means.
This course represents the harvest of many threads of Karl’s explorations, including studies of Celtic Spirituality, Druidism, depth psychology and comparative religion, and what he’s learned over the last 35 years from people like Michael Harner, Sandra Ingerman, Sami shaman Ailo Gaup, the Mongolian shamanism of Sarangeral and, most extensively, Celtic shaman Tom Cowan. He’s been a school psychologist (1973-2014), licensed psychologist (1991-2018); teacher of Druids; author of three books on reincarnation, karma and past-life therapy, and a just-published book titled Shadows in the Light of God. He’s a musician, grandfather, beekeeper, and yeast herder.