Daniel Foor, PhD, specializes in ancestral and family healing through multiple sources: guidance from teachers in Buddhism, Sufism, and earth-honoring traditions (e.g., European pagan paths, Native American ways, Mongolian shamanism, and West African Ifá/Òrìṣà tradition); training as a doctor of psychology and clinical mental health professional; and two decades of implementing the teachings of ancestor reverence in his own life. He has guided hundreds of ancestor trainings, rituals, and talks throughout the United States and helped many others to reconnect with their family ancestors through personal sessions. His book Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing will be published this year.
Learn to relate directly with your recent and more ancient ancestors for personal, family, and cultural healing.
If you want to understand the complex relationship between the living and the dead, if you want to learn healthy ways to maintain connection with beloved family members after their deaths, join Daniel — author of the forthcoming book Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing — for this remarkable weekend of teaching, direct visioning and trance work, group dialogue, and other ancestor-focused rituals. Coming into direct relationship with your ancestors can help transform negative family patterns into blessings and encourages good health, self-esteem, clarity of purpose, and better relationships with the living. It also can help you connect with supportive ancestral guides and partner with them safely to assist the dead who are still in need of assistance.
There are no prerequisites; however, prior experience with inner work and personal healing, as well as relating with spirit guides and teachers, are helpful. People new to ancestor work, adoptees, those with a healing-arts practice, and those with tough experiences of family are warmly welcome.