Feb 27, 2018


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Embracing Uncertainty with Michael Stone

The lie of separation keeps us from experiencing the rich empathy and compassion for self and others. It keeps us from the experience of being connected to something larger and possibly more real than one's self. But where does that lie of separation live within us? And even more importantly, how do we bring the greater truth of Oneness, the connectedness-of-all-things, to that lie for healing and transformation? Teacher, producer, and cutting-edge thinker, Michael Stone joins host, Christina Pratt, to explore the ways in which learning to embrace uncertainty allows us the freedom to reconsider who we are and who we might become. Ask yourself, "What would your life look like if you were free from stress and anxiety?" and join us to find out how you can create that life.

This weeks guest:
Michael Stone

Michael Stone is the host and producer of The Shamanism Global Summit, Global New Moon series and KVMR's Conversations, which interviews leading edge thinkers, authors and activists in the areas of Environmental Restoration, Social Justice, and Spiritual Fulfillment. Michael is the cofounder of the Quantum Consulting Group a global Organizational Development Consulting firm that combines quantum theory with mystical shamanic wisdom to provide healing, wholeness and belief change programs. Michael also leads classes, tele-seminars and workshops on Embodied Shamanism, Moving Meditation and Unity Spirituality. He is on the faculty of the Shift Network.

Here is the link to register for Michael's online class:
Transcending Anxiety, Stress and Depression with Mel Schwartz and Michael Stone
A 90 minute, 6-week workshop, live streaming
Wednesdays starting March 7th 5PM PST/ 8pm EST

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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