Date(s) - December 8, 2017 - December 10, 2017
Nan Moss is a longstanding member of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, an international organization founded by Michael Harner that is a leader in the resurgence of Western shamanism. She studied shamanism with indigenous teachers of Brazil, Norway, Siberia, China, and the western U.S. and has explored Celtic shamanistic traditions as well. She is the co-author of Weather Shamanism: Harmonizing Our Connection to the Elements.
If you’ve taken the “Way of the Shaman” program based on Michael Harner’s shamanic work, this advanced training in accessing your creative potential will lead you to the next level.
Creativity is ancient, fundamental, and complex, a driving force in our lives. Shamanism brings a fresh approach for cultivating your creative potential. In this advanced workshop based on Sandra Harner’s years of research, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your creativity through practicing shamanic methods. “Shamanic practice is a creative act that relies on the ability to transcend the bounds of ordinary reality and enter the shaman’s world with trust based on direct firsthand experience,” as Harner writes. She continues, “As a creative psychospiritual process, shamanic journeying is a method known through the ages all over the planet. By reviving shamanic journeying, contemporary Westerners have adopted a methodology for discovering and rediscovering shamanic experience and content directly and for tapping into their inherent creative potential.” Nan will help you realize that creative potential, through historical and anthropological examples and a variety of specific shamanic exercises that you can apply to your personal life.
Note: This program is limited to those who have taken the “Way of the Shaman” basic workshop taught by Nan at The Rowe Center or taught anywhere by a Foundation for Shamanic Studies faculty member.
Registration are closed for this event.