Feb 16, 2016


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Expressing the Emotional Wisdom Body

The Emotional Wisdom Body is a world unto itself. It is every bit is vast, complex, and intricately interconnected as the mental wisdom body but functioning on an entirely different logic. Our guides in engaging this logic are Crazy Woman and the Warrior Self. The true code of the Warrior Self is to feel your feelings, honestly and courageously, to refuse the seduction to deny emotions or indulge them, and to learn to discern what is really going on. While the true code of Crazy Woman is to recognize when we are in a moment of crazy logic and to follow its path without out needing to know, getting an explanation, or securing a guarantee. Join us this week as host and shaman, Christina Pratt, explores how we begin to access the emotional wisdom body and express the courage of the heart.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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In 2006 I moved to Ireland and found my Spiritual Home and have been doing groups and sessions in person and online for last 8 years here. I've done hundreds of private readings and channeled groups which are my great joy and passion. I'm honored to share the love and wisdom that i learn from my guides every day. http://universalcorewellness.com/

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