Apr 2, 2019


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Ancestral Healing and Activism

When we change patterns held by our ancestors, we become free to change those patterns within ourselves. Ancestral Healing empowers not only the healing of past and present wounds but also the embodiment our deepest gifts. No matter where your people are from originally, ancestral connection is rooted in your cultural history. When you restore the native wellbeing of your own bloodline lineage and receive the powerful blessing of their support, you become an active part of the true transformation of systems (internal and external) of injustice and oppression. Join us this week as Langston Kahn and Christina Pratt share their adventures in healing their ancestors and themselves. And how doing this work has inspired a depth of understanding of what is needed to cure our cultural illnesses and how, together, we can be the medicine in that cure.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Awakenings with Michele Meiche

Vibrational UPgrade: A Conspiracy For Your Bliss with Alison J Kay

Dr. Alison J. Kay is an Award Winning, #1 International Best Selling Author and the Founder of the Vibrational UPgrade™ System. She is an experienced subtle energies practitioner and natural healer with a holistic approach towards helping others thrive in mind, body and spirit. She spent ten years in Asia studying subtle energies & ancient wisdom. This is combined with her twenty plus years working in & teaching Yoga, Meditation, Energy Medicine, Mind Body Fitness, Longevity and Holistic Health with a specialized focus on the Chakra system. www.alisonjkay.com

Wed, April 3, 2019 at 12:00 pm Pacific


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