May 26, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Soul Integration and Shamanic Healing

What do you do after a shamanic healing experience? In past times people lived in a way that they saw soul loss in each other when it happened. They noticed the dampening of spirit, the loss of energy, and the absence within the person that they love. They noticed the presence of the dead and other intruding spirits. They knew what to notice and got the healing that they needed. "Traditional people didn't integrate their shamanic healings," explains host and shaman, Christina Pratt, "because they didn't need to. The healing came before they had time to adjust to the damage. Today we adjust to the damage and carry on, often taking 10 to 20 years before we find the shamanic healing that we need. Integration after shamanic healing is needed today because we need to un-adjust in all the ways we adjusted." Soul loss has become the story we tell about how we "have never been the same since..." Energies intrude into our lives throughout the day, feeding our growing anxiety, depression, and compensation through addiction. And we struggle with isolation and loneliness, blind to the help all around us and telling our children to stop talking to their imaginary friends. Join us this week as we explore what is actually happening in a shamanic healing and-even more importantly-what you do need to do to integrate these experiences and gain the most depth and breadth from your transformation.

**This show last aired August 2011.**

Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Broth from the Cauldron: Magical Memoir from a Shamanic Witch

Cerridwen Fallingstar, experienced shaman devoted to synthesizing the best of the old ways with the new, teaches classes, offers counseling sessions utilizing tarot, hypnotherapy, soul retrieval, etc. She's written a novel about Witchcraft set in the 16th century Scotland and her new book, Broth from the Cauldron, Magical Memoir from a Shamanic Witch will be out in mid-May, 2020. We'll discuss, among many other things, how someone from a Conservative, agnostic Republican family can grow up to be a witch. We'll talk about her belief skeptics make the best Witches, if witches are hexing Donalt Trump, if hexing is a good idea. Cerridwen has ideas about the role of Paganism to positively effect climate change and why misogyny is the root of all evil. We cover a wide spectrum in this conversation, including, being bi-sexual in the Pagan Community, roots of Christian holidays, if Republicans can truly be a witch, why Wicca is so popular amongst feminists....and we'll talk about her novels, The Heart of the Fire and the White as Bone, Red as Blood series.

Fri, May 29, 2020 at 2:00 pm Eastern

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