Jul 26, 2016


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

The Root of Resiliency

To bring our mature courageous hearts into action in the world we must be resilient. But resiliency is the first casualty in a culture that avoids discomfort through mood altering prescription drugs, escaping through recreational drugs, and learning skills to clear the discomfort away, without ever asking why. The root of resiliency is in the courage to heal the deeps wounds of your past, to risk stepping through fear into a new way of life, and to engage in the mundane daily practices that cultivate a robust inner life. Join host and shaman, Christina Pratt, as she explores why any true path of healing or raising consciousness cultivates resiliency. Living your authentic life is not accomplished by "special snowflakes" who seek to control their environment, but by courageous and resilient, whole-hearted people who aren't afraid to make a mess.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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The Human Condition – Is Everyone Addicted to Something? with Roy Nelson

Roy is known as "the last resort" for those who cannot stop their self- destructive habits. Over thirty-five years ago Roy "cracked the code" of his own addictive personality. As a result, he lost 120 pounds and overcame a myriad of addictions, as well as depression, panic attacks, and phobias. Based on his personal experience of total freedom, Roy developed The Nelson Method—28 Days to Freedom: a plan of spiritual healing that is designed to help people heal from their own personal hell, even when all other approaches have failed. www.roynelsonhealing.com

Wed, July 27, 2016 at 12:00 pm Pacific


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