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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt
Dying Well: Shamanic Wisdom
Dying is part of life; it's that simple. When death is accepted as a natural part of our journey, an extraordinary amount of energy can be set free for you to be happy, discover your purpose, and help others. Shamanism shows us that the end of life is just as important as the beauty of birth at the beginning. Living in fear of death contorts our lives, robbing us of Death as a great ally for how to live well "It is not death but an unlived life that should terrify us," explains host and shaman, Christina Pratt, "this becomes ever more clear with each ancestral healing." When we understand how our unlived lives and unreconciled relationships bind us here at death, we understand what is needed to live well. Join us this week as we explore the power in shamanic work, yours or with a practitioner, to transform your fear-based beliefs about life and change the story of your life.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 11:00 AM Pacific
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Moses, Exodus & The 10 Commandments
Where did Moses stand when he received the 10 Commandments? Robert Feather will take us back to ancient Egypt and discuss the route Moses took with the Israelites and identify the exact location of the true Mount Sinai. He will also explore concepts such as the scapegoat which was used to carry off sins, the Copper Snake Moses used to ward off poisonous serpents and the sacred item that was once carried in the Ark of the Covenant.
About Robert Feather
Robert Feather is a metallurgist, engineer, journalist, and scholar of world religions. Throughout this time he has balanced his scientific career with a keen interest in history and social evolution, studying comparative religions and archaeology. He is a member of The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, the Society of Biblical Literature, The Egypt Exploration Society, and The Historical Metallurgy Society. His background and training as a Metallurgist and Chartered Engineer has given him a unique insight into the intricacies of The Copper Scroll, one of the most enigmatic of the Dead Sea Scrolls. This has resulted in him being retained as a consultant on a number of projects related to ancient metallic objects.
Thursday From 7-9pm CST ~ 04/30/15