Jul 28, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

How Do I Cultivate Emotional Well-being? Part One

Health in shamanic terms requires the interaction of body and spirit, mind and emotion. There is no physical health in shamanism apart from the dynamic interaction of all four aspects of being a human. A shamanic diagnosis addresses these four aspects of the human simultaneously, while also looking back to past events that could be a cause of dysfunction now. The interaction of the four aspects of being human was understood to be so deeply essential for health that shamanic peoples built the maintenance of all four into the social fabric and ritual structure of their cultures. Nowhere is this more challenging for us to understand accurately than in the realm of our emotions. This week host and shaman, Christina Pratt, explores our twin tendencies to either indulge or deny our emotions and how this distorts our understanding of what it means to be truly sensitive, empathic, or unconditionally accepting. Join us as she shares teachings from the helping spirits for cultivating emotional well-being in support of bringing your gifts to the world.

**This show last aired April 2014.**

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Finding Venerable Mother with Cindy Rasicot

Cindy Rasicot, retired Marriage Family Therapist moved to Bangkok, Thailand for three years where she met her spiritual teacher, Venerable Dhammananda Bhikkhuni, th fully ordained Theravada nun...an encounter that opened her heart and changed her forever. We'll hear about this extraordinary adventure which led to her writing her memoir, Finding Venerable Mother: A Daughter's Spiritual Quest to Thailand.

Wed, July 29, 2020 at 2:00 pm Eastern


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