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This series offers seven seminars on the following stand-alone topics:
Empowering the Self at the Center of the Wheel – to empower our connection to the deep Self at the center of our being
- October 12, 2021
Elements and Directions of the Spirit Wheel – our place in time and space: elements of Greek and Irish tradition, along with establishing our personal relationship with the elements among which we live
- Part 1, November 16
- Part 2, November 30
The Cauldrons of the Soul – where soul meets body, mind, and spirit: adapted from Irish literature about the sources of inspiration
- Part 1, January 4, 2022
- Part 2, January 11
- Part 3, January 18
Living with the Moon – prototype of all cycles
- February 22
Power Songs, Songs of Honor – songs of connection, power, honor, and freedom
- April 12
Nature Mysticism – restoring our sacred relationship with the natural world
- May 24
Honoring Ancestors – recognizing the lineages that underpin our identity: lineages of blood, milk, spirit, and land
- July 12
All seminars are on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM and last from 90 minutes to two hours.
Registration at least one week prior to each session is important so that preparatory material can be sent. Register with Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can register for the entire series or for any combination of individual topics.
These seminars are open to those who have a good working relationship with their Shamanic spirit helpers.
Suggested donation is $15 per session, but in recognition of differing situations, participants are invited to donate according to their means. Pay by clicking on the Donate button above or mail a check with "Shaman Class" in the memo line to Unity North Spiritual Center, 11499 Martin St. NW, Coon Rapids, MN 55433.
Access links and instructions to prepare for each session will be sent to those who pre-register. Links to the video recording of the session will be sent after each session.
Karl Schlotterbeck has been a student of shamanism since 1986. His teachers have included Michael Harner, Sandra Ingerman, Ailo Gaup, Connie Grauds, Sarangerel and, most extensively, Tom Cowan. He has been involved in Druidry for decades, served as archdruid for six years in an initiatory Druid order, and developed a three-year Druidic training curriculum. In his professional life, he has been a psychologist, past-life therapist, HeartMath Trainer and Coach, and author. He’s a musician, grandfather, beekeeper, astrologer, and yeast herder.