July 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tickets are $15 cash. Limited to 13 people!
To reserve your spot purchase your ticket at the Crone’s Hollow store.
Introduction to Shaman to Journey Work
The Shamanic Journey uses focused intention and drumming to induce trance. Shamanic Journey is a way of finding answers, information, healing, wisdom and knowledge as well as guidance or help with one’s personal life. Prior to the journey participants set an intention, and during the journey students meet with spirits who may be regarded as ancestors, elders, gods, goddesses, deceased shamans, spirit guides, power animals and angels. These beings are seen as beings with great wisdom, power and ones who are willing to help with guiding the living.
A shamanic world is made up of three parts, the lower world, the upper world and the middle world. None of these worlds are more superior to the other. They are equally important.
You will need:
⦁ Comfortable clothing (Journey work is typically done lying down in a dark room).
⦁ A scarf to cover your eyes.
⦁ A journey to document your experience.
⦁ An open heart.
Class begins promptly at 7 pm
Open sacred space
Brief Introduction to the work
20–30 minute journey
Group Sharing & Processing
Gratitude & Closing space
Morgana has been actively doing shamanic journey work, meditation, and guided visualization since 1992. She is an End-of-Life Doula (Death Doula/Soul Midwife) and Spiritual Care Clinical Chaplain. She currently works as a PRN Clinical Spiritual Care Provider at Primary Children’s Hospital. She is also an anthropologist and is ABD with her Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy.