As the Summer solstice and the longest day arrives, the shortest day has already started to come.
The Shamanic Way has us looking into nature in ways that are different. Being in it in ways that are different too. So that we can experience, learn and gather useful, practical knowledge of how to do this being human thing. And do it well too.
Living with opposites and seeming contradictions in life and our relationships can be a challenging position to be in. We can contort ourselves into many shapes or compromise and therefore not be who we truly are. Yet Nature is always at peace with the cyclical and rhythmic nature of the swing between opposites.
On this workshop you can begin to experience how to balance differing perspectives, feelings and states of being. Between the feminine and masculine, the heat of life and the cold of death, as well as what has you as an individual, feeling both at ‘Home and Wild’. There is an opportunity to let Nature reveal in what ways you have shaped yourself in order to exist. You encounter such shamanic wisdom and experiences through stillness, movement and darkness among other elements.
This is a series of shamanic workshops that align and work with the rhythms and seasons of the year. They are suitable for individuals who are both new to shamanism as well as those with experience.
Natalie is a vision quest guide, shamanic practitioner and homeopath with 30 years of experience. She is from a direct Celtic lineage of women who work with nature and is based close to Braziers Park.
Peter has studied theology, worked as a pastor, vision quest guide and is an explorer of inner worlds as much as of outer worlds. He is based near Munich in Germany.