Aug 18, 2020


Around the Web, Around the World

"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

The Co-Creation Handbook with Alida Birch

Each of us has the ability to manifest a life that is more joyful for us and transformative for the world. Humans are manifesting all the time, usually utterly unconscious that they are the driving force that is manifesting the very things that they don't like in their life or their world. Co-creation is an art that must be practiced consciously. And that art can be learned, thanks to our guest, Alida Birch and her new book, The Co-Creation Handbook and downloadable companion audio program. Alida is a visionary author, respected shamanic healer, and leader in the Eugene, Oregon shamanic community. She has helped 1000's of people through her healing work, apprenticeship programs, and now through her writing. This week Alida joins host, Christina Pratt, to discuss the principles needed to get started, how to orient your energy and your vision, and how to use shamanic skills to make it all real in the world.

**This show last aired January 2015.**

Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Oneness Collection - Documentaries for an Awakened Humanity w/Emmanuel Itier

Emmanuel Itier, producer of Wonderland Entertainment, is back with me today. We've not chatted here since his earlier film, Femme, Women Healing the World, which I was so honored to be a part of, carrying the message of Goddess herstory for viewers across the globe. Today Emmanuel shares with us his long journey of 10 years, making 5 films which he calls The Oneness Collection, documentaries for an awakened humanity. We'll chat about all of the films, including the newest, Guns, Bombs and War: A Love Story, and what needs to get done to get to the next level of "awakened humanity" - and we'll check in and compare notes about humanity ten years ago v. now!

Wed, August 19, 2020 at 2:00 pm Eastern

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