Mar 19, 2019


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

The Cycle of Transformation: Part Three

We are given so many stories by our culture that limit how we use our power. Often these stories involve what it means to be a man or a woman and what we are allowed or not allowed to do as a result. What if you were given the tools to dismantle every single story except I am one with all things. What would it feel like to viscerally experience your innate divinity, your connection to all living things and that your power and ability to co-create your life in alignment with your purpose is limitless? And then what if you could use that power to create the more beautiful world your heart knows is possible for the next seven generations?

This week Langston Kahn, guest host and a senior teacher at the Last Mask Center, will interview students involved in the third year of the Cycle of Transformation, the 4-year training process offered by the Last Mask Center, which continues in year three with a week-long residential workshop: The Sacred Self. They will explore together the inner transformation required to step up as leaders in their own lives and how their lives have changed and their experience of power, choice and how they use their energy has deepened after three years of being held in this work by a contemporary shamanic community.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Awakenings with Michele Meiche

Meditations for Geeks with Musician Alyssa Yeager

Alyssa Yeager began her career providing Music Therapy to pediatric patients. This work inspired her first album, “Normal is Boring”, encouraging kids to tell their own stories in song. In 2015, Alyssa began her solo project, Rhiannon’s Lark: music from the perspective of a geek/goddess/girl. Playful on the surface, her songs carry deeper messages about compassion, society, and personal choices. In 2017 Alyssa decided to expand her musical brand and create a full length meditation album. "Meditations for Geeks", was released in 2019. Alyssa regularly appears at festivals and conventions providing live guided meditations and performing songs about fantasy, morality, pop culture, and t-rexes.

Wed, March 20, 2019 at 12:00 pm Pacific

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