Dec 3, 2019


Around the Web, Around the World

"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Empowerment and Sovereignty: 2017 Solstice Fire, Part Two

What will you do differently and how will you make the desire for change in your heart real in your world today? This week we move on to Part 2 of the preparation for this upcoming Winter or Summer Solstice. The Healer asked us to stir our old stories. Now the Warrior guides us to sort through them carefully, with curiosity and compassion, to find what need to change to tend our inner fires. With Why Shamanism Now listeners are spread around the globe we hope to unite and empower each other’s ritual work. Let’s open our hearts to that global connection, clearly visualize that web of human light, and use this ritual as a gateway to leave our old stories behind. Together we step into the empowered sovereignty that is at the heart of humanity.

**This show last aired December 2017.**

Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Return of Matriarchy/Feminine Power w/William Bond

Author of Gospel of the Goddess, William Bond has been an advocate of the Sacred Feminine since the 1980's. Tonight we'll discuss why most powerful men in the Western world are Freemasons and what there secret is, the limitless power and wisdom of the Feminine One - who created the masculine. We'll discuss William's theory women lost power when they worshiped male gods and how men gained power. William believes there can never be harmony and equality between the genders and why the Feminine One respects our free-will but masculine power never will. It's sure to be an interesting conversation. At a special time -- 11am Pacific -- as our guest is calling in from the U.K.

Wed, December 4, 2019 at 2:00 pm Eastern

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