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Shamanic Healing workshop - Belgrade, Serbia . 4 - 5 Nov 2017

The Art Of Conscious Dreaming workshop - Berlin, Germany - 18, 19 Nov 2017

Vzajemnost magazine
Interview: Lidija Jež
with: Tadeja Škorja

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MAPACHO
(Sacred Tobacco)

Tobacco is an incredible healing plant. It is regarded by countless indigenous tribes as The Wisest Teacher and is seen as the single most protective plant spirit by many healers all over the world.

“Curing Mapacho is an art in the Amazon. It can be very labor-intensive and take weeks of attention to produce the best shamanic Mapacho. There are many different techniques — like techniques in brewing beer, only this involves magic in the process. There are probably short-cut methods that would give you a usable product. But all the Mapacho I ever saw cured in the Amazon was over smoky fires, the leaves bathed with wild honey, aguardiente, vanilla bean tea, and/or other teas or liquids, sometimes re-impregnated with Mapacho juice … basically, it’s an art. And everyone has their own way of doing it.”

-Gayle Highpine

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LEYENDA SHIPIBO (Shipibo legend)

LOS HIJOS DEL SOL Y DE LA LUNA

Para explicar sus orígenes los Shipibo relatan el mito de los hijos del sol y de la luna. Aseguran que Dios había creado a estos dos astros como dos divinidades que no deberían juntarse jamás, pero desobedecieron a los consejos. A consecuencia de estos amores siderales la luna se vio embarazada. Una noche de tormenta un rayo abrió el vientre de la luna y bajaron a la tierra 7 niños de conformación humana.

El más pequeño de los hijos del sol y de la luna llego al mundo con habilidades que no poseían sus otros hermanos. Para escaparse de las persecuciones en la tierra el hermano menor disparaba cantidades de flechas en el aire construyendo así una escalera por la que regresarían hasta el infinito. Por esa escalera endeble, y convertidos en hormigas curiuinsis provistas de trocitos de hojas, los 7 hermanos subieron en busca de sus padres portando el mensaje de la selva. Al llegar a un inmenso lago poblado de caimanes feroces quisieron ganar la otra orilla utilizando los lomos de los lagartos como pasaderos. Una de las fieras troncho el muslo del hermano- guía y en la lucha siguiente todos llevaban el riesgo de ser devorados. El sol se compadeció de sus hijos y les convirtió en la constelación, que los colonos conocen por el nombre de los 7 cabritos (los pleiades) y que los Shipibo llaman huishmabu. Una de las estrellas se llama quishi huma, sin pierna en recuerdo del hombre-guía.

La altura y posición de estas estrellas con relación a la tierra es interpretada por los indígenas como el avance de las estaciones del año que orientan la vida de los Shipibo. El invierno y el verano están anunciados por la declinación de las 7 cabritas y ese conocimiento sirve a los Shipibo para orientar sus actividades de caza y pesca. Así el mito de huishmabu forma parte del calendario de los Shipibo. Después de las privaciones del invierno cuando los crecientes son tan grandes que ‘los peces se pierden en el agua' y la lluvia cae dia tras dia. En verano, tiempo de abundancias los Shipibo organizan sus excursiones a las grandes cochas para pescar con arco y flecha la sabrosa palometa o hacer acampamentos en las playas inmensas del gran rió para buscar huevos de taricaya, una tortuga. Asi cada estrella cada constelación es conocida y tiene su nombre y su historia.

Para nosotros las estrellas dan vueltas alrededor del sol. Para los Shipibo las estrellas pasan por el rió cielo en sus canoas. La estrella Nete Huishtin (venus) siempre busca sube y baja 3 veces antes de subir definitivamente. Los Shipibo dicen que allí hay fuerte corriente. Para ellos todo se relaciona con el conocido rió. Creen que no estamos solos en el universo. Existen otros mundos poblados por ejemplo en la Vía Láctea, o Nahua Bay, el camino de otras gentes.

Carolyn Heath

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photo: with Abuela Yanacita @ Sanken Nete

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MALOCA

A maloca is an ancestral house used by the natives of the Amazon. Each community has a maloca with its own unique characteristics.

It is a type of big house made of natural materials that is very typical of the Ucayali river region and an essential part of any riverside community.

On occasions, community citizens gather at the maloca to share stories, legends, survival tips, customs, and knowledge that have been passed down from generations. This is why in a sense, a maloca is the central point of the indigenous’ lives and a symbol of the universe as a whole.

(photo: Maloca @ Sanken Nete, San Francisco de Yarinacocha, Ucayali, Peru)

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VISIONARY ART
Visionary art is art that purports to transcend the physical world and portray a wider vision of awareness including spiritual or mystical themes, or is based in such experiences.

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OZORA Radio - on air NOW

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Dear Amadea, thank you so much for having us at your place. We always have such a wonderful time with you and yesterday was no exception 🙂

Dear Dougye, thanks for visiting us in Slovenia. We just wish we saw you more often 🙂 Enjoy Ibiza, só alegria!

Dougye Di Suza Jozica Amadea Demsar Tadeja Škorja Hedviko Višnikar Suzana Grau Darja Primožič Vidmar Gregor Demšar Maya Ayam

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LIMPIAS

Limpia is a Spanish word that means “to clean”.

A limpia is a Spiritual Cleansing ritual. It cleanses body, emotions, mind and spirit from heavy energies or thoughts. Traditionally it is used to purify the energetic field and to clear the energies that have become dense enough to cause blockages.

It also has spiritual benefits like improving our communication with the spirit world. A limpia can also be performed as a preparation for a vision-quest ceremony.

Limpias can be performed with various objects depending on the shaman. Many are performed with eggs, smoke, lemons, branches from a particular type of tree, or fresh herb twigs that are used to sweep the body.

The limpia brings peace, rejuvenation, protection, and mental and emotional clarity.

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The Great Mother and the teachings of The Silver Cup

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Summer Solstice Celebration - 2017

Our ancestors celebrated rituals this time of year to honor our connection to the sun as the source of our ‘light’ and bring into our awareness the beauty and bounty within and all around us.

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Summer Solstice Celebration - 2017

Our ancestors celebrated rituals this time of year to honor our connection to the sun as the source of our ‘light’ and bring into our awareness the beauty and bounty within and all around us.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JUHD!! (24 JUN)

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(Shaman Juhd and Uchu)

AFRICAN SHAMANS

Throughout Africa -the cradle of mankind- there are several varieties of shamanic practices.

Sangomas would be the traditional healers from the Zulu, Swazi, Xhosa and Ndebele traditions in the southern part of the African continent. They perform all natural form of healing, set in the beliefs of their traditions, in which ancestors and forefathers from the afterlife guide them and also guard the living.

Sangomas are rich in ritual. These people work in a holy-healing hut or Ndumba, in which their forefathers live.

Bwiti is a Western African faith practiced by the forest-dwelling Babongo and Mitsogo -men and women- of Gabon and Cameroon.

The Yoruba are among the major tribes in Africa, having 30 million people all throughout West Africa. Yoruba medicine is Orisha-based, utilized by a number of other communities in Africa, and the Caribbean as well.

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THE DREAM HERB - CALEA ZACATECHICHI

Calea zacatechichi, also known as Calea Z or The Dream Herb, it has been used by Mexican shamans for millennia.

Calea zacatechichi is considered the dream herb – it has an unparalleled ability to increase dream activity and produce vivid, meaningful, and even life-like dream experiences.
If you’re interested in exploring your own consciousness, are curious about the Dream World, or have a desire to deepen your relationship with yourself then Calea zacatechichi is a must do.

Effects of the Dream Herb

The primary effect of the Dream Herb is to increase the vividness, depth, and clarity of your dreams. It helps induce dreams that are rich with personal meaning, deeply symbolic, and even prophetic and it increases your ability to lucid dream.

While the majority of the effects of Calea Z take place in the dream world, it has a noticeable impact on walking life as well. Ingesting Calea Z induces a state of relaxation, which is ideal before sleep and helps combat insomnia. You might also notice a slight loss of coordination, but nothing major – this is due to the state of deep relaxation the herb puts you in. The state of relaxation and euphoria induced can last through the morning, giving you time to reflect on your dream experiences and the messages they convey.

A Brief Backstory

Historically, the herb has been used by Mexican shamans for thousands of years to gain insights, such as the cause of an illness or the location of a distant person. Through the act of dream incubation, unconscious information comes to them in their lifelike dreams.

Today, people use The Dream Herb to increase the overall vividness and intensity of their dreams, for entertainment and for experimentation. Remarkably, the herb has this powerful effect even if you don't normally remember any of your dreams.

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Conscious dreaming - Pokljuka

(photos: Pika)

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African Dream Root

Germany, June 2017
(video: 1min 56 sec)

Thank you so much for a wonderful and memorable weekend in Germany!

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Greetings from Germany!

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Higher Self workshop

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Conscious dreaming - Belgrade

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Greetings from Belgrade!

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A week at the seaside with Uchu - 24th sep to 1st Oct - Lošinj, Croatia

THE TEACHINGS OF THE MEDICINE WHEEL AND SHAMANIC JOURNEYS

Bookings and information: arianasyard@gmail.com - Tadeja

(Due to limited places it is required to apply prior to the event)

Conscious Dreaming #4
(photos: Pika)

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http://en.arianasyard.com/shamanic-journey-to-your-higher-self/

Kiowa Peace Song

Advanced dreaming workshop

(photos: Petra & Pika)

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ICAROS -Listening To The Plants

Icaros are shamanic songs and chants learned directly from the spirits of the plants , or from a human maestro.
The icaro may be offered for protection, called an 'arkana', to summon healing spirits, or to conduct healing energy to the patient through the curandero.
They are used to communicate with the spirits of the natural world, to heal the sick, and to provoke different kinds of visual displays. The most potent of these songs are those learned from the spirits themselves.
Icaros are either whistled or sung, and can be expressed in any language. The shamans generally sing in a spirit dialect that is a mixture of their native language (i.e. Quechua, Shipibo-Conibo, Asháninka, etc.), Spanish, and different evocative sounds. Icaros represent a system of communication between the shaman and the spirits, and the shaman and the participants in the ceremony. The shamans believe that every living thing has an Icaro (its particular energetic vibration) and that these Icaros can be learned. Each Icaro is used to contact a different spirit, for use of healing.

Beautiful photos by Toni Pitschmann

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CHIRIC SANANGO

"Chiric Sanango is a beautiful amazonian plant and is used because of here healing potential since ancient time.

The medicine is made as a decoction of the leaves or bark, or as an infusion of the roots whereby the roots are mostly the most potent part. Chiric Sanango contains an alkaloid named scopoletin, but the effects of scopoletin are very different from those of the scopolamine in Toé (Datura).

Sanango’s medicine is a very high-vibration, powerful spirit that moves to straighten your energy from your innermost core outward. It reaches into the deepest parts of your psyche, body and emotions and helps to bring resolution to whatever may be preventing you from living a life that is based in your core integrity. This is one of its main teachings: integrity that is truly yours, from your heart and your essence.

The indigenous peoples of the Amazon use it for ritual healing ceremonies and in magical and religious observances.

COMMON NAMES: Bella Union, Borrachero, Chacruco, Chipiritsontinbaka, Chiricaspi Salvaje, Chiric-Sanango, Huha Hay, Kiss-me-quick, Manaka Root, Sanango, Picudo, Royal Purple Brunfelsia, Uhahai"

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Meeting beautiful souls in Písac, Pachamama está de fiesta!

CHACRUNA

Chacruna (Psychotria viridis), from the Quechuan verb of “to mix”, also known as sami ruca or chacrona, belongs to the Rubiaceae (Coffee Family). Best known for its shamanistic healing use as an additive in traditional ayahuasca in the Amazon basin, Chacruna contains a high amount of psychedelic tryptamines.
The main active compound in Chacruna is DMT (dimethyltryptamine). DMT is a serotonergic psychedelic, which means it achieves its effects by acting as strong partial agonists at the 5-HT2A receptors, elevating serotonin levels.

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Shipibo Joy! @ Sanken Nete

With maestra Elisa Vargas

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SHIPIBO

1ch 2ch 3ch 4ch 5ch

We spent a wonderful weekend in the mountains with Shipibo Maestra Elisa Vargas Fernandez and Maestro Darwin Ruiz Marin. Thank you for the healing, blessings, and love! ICHABIRES IRAKE!

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The Shipibo are indigenous people living in the Amazon Basin in Peru. They are a shamanically based people, deeply influenced by the power of the plants, animals and natural elements. A unique aspect of the Shipibo culture is their woven song tradition. The Shipibo record their icaros or healing songs in elaborate geometrical designs that function like a musical score and correlate and interact with the natural world. They see the patterns in the natural world and are able to reproduce them for protection, healing, abundance, harmony and a variety of other purposes.

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photos: Elisa Vargas Fernandez (Reshin Wesna), Darwin Ruiz Marin (Chonno Rama), Tadeja Skorja, Sanke Wesna, and Uchu (Bawan Metsa)

Shamanic-Magic

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WORKSHOP
Working with the Four Elements in Shamanic-Magic

Traditionally, when people went to see a shaman, he performed healing practices for them. Immediately effective techniques of bringing knowledge, healing and wisdom from nature, from its many spirits and kingdoms. Untainted nature of Croatian island Dugi otok offers a perfect opportunity for Uchu to teach the participants very practical matters and techniques – to bring shamanic teachings right into practice on the terrane, in nature, making this workshop a very experiential one. You will work with elements: air, water, earth, fire (sea, how to read stones, how to hear wind, trees..), experimenting, exploring, listening to subtle voices which are always there, but are usually unheard. All shamans work with elements and spirits of nature to bring wisdom, knowledge and needed changes into this reality. You will be offered a chance to do the same for you, to become your own best guide and healer. 

Join us for a shamanic week with nagual Uchu in Croatia and just EXPERIENCE!
19 – 26 September 2015.
Applications to: arianasyard@gmail.com.
More info here:  http://en.arianasyard.com/

Solstice Celebration

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Shamanic Summer Solstice Celebration With Uchu

20th June – 21st June 2015

Throughout human history summer solstice has always had special meaning for people of our planet.
The summer solstice heralds the beginning of summer. It is a time of celebrating growth, the fullness of life and of taking the time to raise our energy to regenerate abundance and manifest our dreams. The summer solstice is a time of awakening, a time to celebrate the light of consciousness within ourselves and others, the time to reflect upon our potentials. This also represents the time of fulfillment. This is an excellent time to take stock of your life and assess how your goals and aims are going. 

Uchu wishes to share the celebration of this event with you by preparing traditional, shamanic ceremony to honour the solstice. You are kindly invited to join us for our intense weekend workshop in Slovene coastal region in beatiful environment.
The progress of the sun throughout the year symbolizes the process of attaining enlightenment, and the summer solstice is the apex of this journey as the day of most light in the year. It symbolizes the ascension found in many great spiritual teachings – the return to the Great Father Spirit, the triumph of light over darkness, the return to wholeness.

more info:
English http://en.arianasyard.com/shamanic-summer-solstice-celebra…/

Slovene http://slo.arianasyard.com/…/ceremonija-ob-poletnem-solsti…/

SPRING EQUINOX – SHAMANIC CEREMONY

cheSPRING EQUINOX – SHAMANIC CEREMONY
for Renewal and Rebirth

Spring equinox is celebrated annually each March. It symbolises new growth and fertility, it is the time when daylight will turn and begin to dominate the darkness once more. It is a great opportunity for releasing the old and welcoming the new, balancing masculine and feminine energies, looking forward for the year to come.
We will join together in an ancient shamanic ritual with nagual Uchu and connect as a group to honour this event through symbolic actions of burning the old and planting seeds of the new. This year we have a unique, extremely rare alignment, because the solar eclipse will occur just one day prior to the equinox!

The ritual is organised as a part of the event of Harmony program presentation.

http://harmony.hr/en/

When?
22nd March 2015
6.00 pm

Where?
Biotechnical Education Center
Ižanska cesta 10
Ljubljana

The event is free of charge. Applications are not necessary.
Come and join us to honour this special time of the year!

Munay-Ki Rites with Nagual Uchu: Event I

Munay-Ki Initiations of the Q’ero Indians for Transformation 

The Munay-Ki are the Rites of the Q’ero nation, the descendents of the Inka, the indigenous people of the holy mountains of the Andes in Peru. Munay-Ki comes from a Quechua word that  means  »I love you as you are«.

Traditionally, one must spend  many  years  in  sacred  study  before  and  between  receiving  these  Initiatory  Rites. The  nine  initiations  of  the  Munay-Ki  have  only  been available until recently to the high wisdom keepers of the Americas.  The Elders now believe that we are at a critical juncture in human history and that these Rites need to be transmitted  to  as  many  people  as  possible  and  therefore  decided  to  pass  them  on  to  non-initiates from the West.

Nagual Uchu spent some time living with the Q’ero in his youth and received these rites from them. Later on Alberto Villoldo designed new version of Munay-Ki initiations, however, Uchu will keep his manner of doing it closer to the way in which he received them himself in Peru.

 

First 4 Rites:

Uchu will dedicate a weekend workshop to initiate the participants into first 4 rites. You will receive all the instructions for preparation prior to the workshop. The second part of the initiations will happen in May, one month after receiving first 4 rites.

Uchu will open sacred space to transmit this ancient knowledge and work with the participants individually. He will insert energetic seeds into your chakras and equip you with instructions how to make them grow. Munay-Ki is activated through fire, therefore we will make a fire ceremony at night to honour new awakenings of our potentials and energies to come. We will have the honor of having two superb drummers drumming for us at the ceremony.

 

The first 4 rites are called Foundation Rites. They are:

1.   Healer’s Rite: connects  you  to  a  lineage  of  shamans  and Earthkeepers from the past who come and assist you in your personal healing.

2.   Bands of Power Rite: it installs protections into your luminous energy field. These protections are known as the Bands of Power, and consist of five energetic bands representing earth, air, fire, water, and pure light.

3.   Harmony Rite: you receive seven  different  archetypes into  each of your  chakras. In the first chakra,  you receive  the archetype of  serpent. Jaguar/puma goes into the  second.  Hummingbird  into  the  third,  and  eagle/condor  into  the  fourth.  Then,  three “archangels” go into your upper three chakras.

4.   Seer’s Rite: this rite installs filaments of light extending from your visual cortex in the back of your head to your third eye and heart chakras. This practice awakens your ability to perceive the invisible world.  Many of the students find that after receiving the Seer rites, they’re able to perceive the  world of  energy  and spirit  around them  with their physical  eyes.

All participants will be given additional manual and instructions.

The benefits of receiving Munay-Ki rites:

These Rites are given as the next step in the evolution of humanity; to realign and attune our neuropathways  and  shift  our  consciousness. To take these rites means you committ yourself to becoming an aware individual of wisdom and power.

Rites activate luminous energy field, clean it of your past traumas,  raise  your  level  of  vibration,  and allow luminous beings (guides) to come to you and guide you. Connect with them, and you’ll be able to recall stories that you never experienced directly, but that are now yours. Human luminous energy field envelopes the physical body and  that  organises the body in the same way that  a magnet  organises iron filings on top of a piece of glass. The luminous energy field is the software that informs the DNA which is our hardware. This helps us to create new bodies that age differently, heal differently and die differently. It sharpens our senses and grounds you.

The  rites  are  common  to  all  shamanic  traditions,  even  though  they  are  expressed  in  different forms  and  styles  in  various  cultures.

 

Additional program: Mosaic and Drumming

In order to enhance your experience with ancient Munay-Ki Rites, we have prepared additional program for you.

While Uchu is doing his work individually with each one of you, the group will be offered to make a small micro mosaic with mosaic artist Robert Lisac to honor and create a motive of your choice that symbolically represents what Munay-Ki will invoke in your life and what it means for you. We will prepare a selection of shamanic symbols for you.

Slovenia’s reknown drummers Andrej Hrvatin and Uroš Srpčič will drum for us live at our nocturne fire ceremony and will offer a short course in drumming the following day.

 

When?

First 4 Rites:

18 – 19 April 2015

From 9 am Saturday until Sunday evening.

 

Second 5 Rites:

16 – 17 May 2015

All information will be published soon.

 

Where?

Dujčeva domačija

Škoflje 33

6271 Vremski Britof

http://www.dujceva.si/

 

Price:

208€

Uchu offers a special price for his 1st Munay-Ki event in Slovenija. He performs this event once a year. Price includes:

–          Room

–          4 meals

–          Munay Ki first 4 Rites

–          Mosaic workshop

–          Drumming course

–          Fire ceremony

–          Tourist tax

 

Applications and further instructions:

Write to:

arianasyard@gmail.com

The number of participants is limited.

SHAMANIC JOURNEYS – WORKSHOP

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WORKSHOP:
SHAMANIC JOURNEYS INTO CONSCIOUSNESS
7th March 2015

Shamanism has been called the first spiritual practice of humanity. For tens of thousands of years it has helped communities with their personal and collective evolution. Shamanism is a generous, loving path of caring for one another and for nature. It supports and sustains personal growth and our connection to the Great Spirit.

Shamanic journeys are considered the primary method used to access the other worlds where the spirit helpers and guidance are found. They are used for many purposes, mainly for healing – healing in the widest, holistic sense of the word. Journeys are done to bring healing from the spirit realms through processes such as soul retrieval, cellular healing etc.

Consciousness journeys are an element of the sacred traditions of peoples from all parts of the planet. Journeying is a powerful meditative state. It takes us into altered states of consciousness that help us work more deeply with intuitive and spiritual guidance. Shamanic drumming is used to assist the process.

Nagual Uchu has learned shamanism in various parts of Latin America and Africa. He has dedicated this workshop especially to the topic of shamanic journeys.

Program:
Uchu will introduce you into shamanic journeys. He will present parallel realities and the concept of 3 worlds (lower, middle and upper world). He will guide you through at least 2 shamanic journeys in the workshop.

The workshop is appropriate for beginners and also for more advanced practitioners. One can never do “too many” journeys: each journey has new things to teach us and brings valuable insights.

Through journeying, we may find that our normal world is not the most “real” world we can experience. The alternative realms of Spirit, of our visions and dreams, also can be real, accessible, and even tangible. What we learn there influences our lives here.

Shamanic journeys may expand your awareness rapidly, and may be the source of energy, creativity, inspiration, passion, love and personal power fuelling us for our everyday lives here.

You do not have to have any special skills or attributes to conduct a journey. This process is not reserved for a select few “chosen” individuals! Some may find it challenging at first, but most will be able to master this relatively simple process in the first few attempts.

Highlights of the Workshop:

– WHY travel in consciousness? The BENEFITS of shamanic journeys in everyday life
– HOW to travel: preparation and relaxation
– How to apply guidance received through the journeys to everyday life

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Applications and information:

Tadeja Skorja
arianasyard@gmail.com
Apply until 5th March 2015

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I hope to meet many of you and spend a useful, shamanic day together, full of awareness expansion and developing of our potential!

Note: The program is not fixed. Uchu reads the energies of the group and adapts to the moment and to the needs of the group.

THE HORSE TOTEM

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A Horse Totem or Spirit guide symbolises freedom, stamina, mobility, the land, travel, and power for the Shaman.

The grace, speed, strength, wisdom and vision of the horse make him a worthy companion on the most challenging of shamanic journeys. To American Indians the horse is associated with inner journeys, including those that brush with death and rebirth.

Symbolic Freedom of the Horse Shaman

It is important for the shaman with a horse power animal to ensure he or she has an outlet for this fundamental need for freedom.

Horse Power Animal Symbolises Independence

Despite millennia in the service of man, the wild untamed spirit of the horse is still latent in the nature of the most docile looking beast.

The Horse Spirit Guide is Kind Hearted and Sociable

Compassionate and kind-hearted, shamanic practitioners with a horse spirit guide need a close-knit group of friends and family, as, despite his independence, the horse is also a herd animal.

The Self-Confidence of the Totem Horse

The horse radiates self-assurance, and he shares this noble quality with his human familiar. What a wonderful trait to share on inner shamanic journeys which often present very unfamiliar and disorientating imagery.
The shamanic practitioner who leans on his or her totem horse is sure to draw much comfort and quiet confidence even during the the most un-nerving of experiences.

The Horse Animal Familiar Offers Broad Vision

Swift, intelligent, determined, and with incredible stamina, the horse spirit guide has so much to offer! His beauty and grace help cope with the challenging situations that may be encountered on shamanic journeys, and anyone who has ridden a horse will attest to the wide open view that is offered when mounted on his back.
Shamans fortunate enough to have a horse power animal enjoy a wide, and wise, perspective in their company on shamanic journeys.

The Totem Horse is also a strong symbol for sexual expression. This is particularly true in dreams.