Jun 2, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

The power of shamanic healing from the inside out

We can use shamanic healing skills to address the suffering of humanity. Whether caused through human action, like war or drug use, or natural events, like earthquakes or tsunamis, shamanic healing practices can effectively address the complex energetic relationships that lead to much of the suffering that persists in spite of technology and modern medicine.

"As we address the healing needed outside of ourselves, we are shown the need for healing within," explains host and shaman, Christina Pratt. "As we address and transform the need for healing within the need for the outer world to reflect back our suffering is relieved." Shamanism is unique in its ability as a healing form to translate effectively between the worlds of outer healing and inner healing. The shamanic healing forms work to bring relief to the outer world, like healing the pain and danger held in earth that was a battlefield. They also work to bring relief to the inner world, like healing the pain and anxiety held in the body of the child that was the battlefield of divorcing parents. "As above so below; as below so above; as within so without; as without so within." Following this hermetic principle shamanism helps us to create health and wholeness within so that the without no longer needs to reflect our broken, lost souls and peace and interconnection below so that we can respond to disaster with the grace of above.

**This show last aired March 2011.**

Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Sacred Herbs of Spring, Fairies & Pagan Holy Days w/Ellen Evert Hopman

Ellen Evert Hopman, teacher of Herbalism and Druidism for decades, is with me today discussing the Sacred Herbs of Spring, or more specifically the magical, healing and edible plants of Beltaine and the Fairy Folk. We'll explore the significance of the May Day Festival and Beltaine, English May Day customs, how Beltain is observed outside the U.K. and how fairies fit into Beltain rituals. We'll look at edible flowers of Spring, which are associated with Fairy lore, herbs of purification and protection, abundance and love.

Wed, June 3, 2020 at 2:00 pm Eastern


Awakenings with Michele Meiche

Which Goddesses & Archetypes To Call Upon In Crisis - Part 2 - Becca Tzigany

Becca Tzigany is a mother, sacred activist , therapist, and author. When Becca left her home to in the American Midwest as an exchange student to Greece, she would gaze at the night sky and imagine the mythic stories of the gods and goddess. Intrigued by different cultural interpertations of reality, she has lived in India, Italy, Greece, Spain, Canada, the US, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Guatemala, Brazil, Ecuador, and had traveled in 40 countries.

Her collaboration with artist JG Bertrand produced a masterwork of Tantric art and poetry, a Tantric oracle deck and memior, called Venus and her Lover - Transforming Myth, Sexuality, and Ourselves. venusandherlover.com

Wed, June 3, 2020 at 12:00 pm Pacific


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