Jul 7, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Racism, the Double Wounding, and Shamanism with Langston Kahn: Part Four

What are the tangible ways we can engage shamanic skills to approach both systemic racism and our own internalized racism? They begin when we engage the Visionary to access the power of shared dreaming and the Ancestral Helping Spirits to learn from those who have gone before us. Those who colonized North America dreamed of religious freedom, but hypocritically took action, perpetrating genocide and slavery, to ensure freedom only for themselves. Today we live in that hypocrisy, not in that dream. Join host, Christina Pratt and her guest, Langston Kahn, as they explore what is necessary to step out of the shadows of our unresolved past and weave a new vision. How can we use our shamanic skills together to go beyond the limited imagination of our ancestors and make the medicine we need from the great diversity of our time.

**This show last aired October 2016.**

Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Reincarnation & Soul Groups w/Janet Rebhan

I normally don't often interview authors of fiction, however, I was intrigued by the themes explored in Janet Rebhan's novel, Rachael's Return, as well as the research she'd done for the book, including real documented cases of reincarnation and soul groups. Besides discussing reincarnation, soul-mates and the Akashic Record, Janet will discuss her creative process of tapping into the spiritual realm as she writes and we'll learn more about her strong female characters that are depicted as embodying the essence of the Divine Feminine.

Wed, July 8, 2020 at 9:00 pm Eastern


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