Mar 22, 2016


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Meeting Hatred and Shamanic Practice

Hatred is a luxury we do not have. It costs too much, eventually destroying all that truly matters and leaving the soul lost as collateral damage. What can we do to reverse the rising tide of hatred in the United States? Using our shamanic skills we can draw on our helping spirits to support us in small, everyday acts to shift the story playing out around us. For the more experienced practitioner we can engage in large acts of ritual, healing, and ceremony that reach the very source of the hatred and focus the power of transformation there. Join host and shaman, Christina Pratt, as she explores the small, subversive daily acts that allow each of us to engage hatred where we meet it and the larger shamanic acts needed to disengage today's hatred from the historic roots that nourish it. Large and small, it is work we must all engage in or we have learned nothing from history. Hatred ultimately costs us our souls.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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  1. "Hatred is a luxury we do not have..." Really? I was lead to your main page via your scathing criticism of Teal Swan. Yep! No love and light there. Personally, I think "spiritual hypocrisy" is a luxury we do not have. It's from one's own ignorance of self that hatred arises. After all, humility comes from seeing one's own flaws before judging others. Humility and self-understanding also gives us compassion toward other's that may have wronged us. But don't quote me on that... I might have plagiarized myself or some ancient Tibetan guru.

  2. Happy Easter, everybody! Follow the white rabbit to your Easter greeting.


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