Aug 25, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Co-Creating Your Future with the Dead

There are some basic principles needed to co-create your reality, to orient your energy and your vision, and then manifesting a better world should be simple. Then why does it feel so hard and why do so many feel they are failing to live a life of meaning and purpose? One reason: dead people. "When people die with issues left unresolved in life, they don't go anywhere," explains host and shaman, Christina Pratt, "It is important that we escort the dead on their journey and assist them in reconciling the unresolved issues of their lives-or those issue will become our issues." The unresolved energy of the dead can feel like a family curse, an impossible hurdle where this really nothing in the way, or just plain sucky reality that only you live in. However, for those with shamanic skills your Ancestral Helping Spirits can become powerful allies to make your dreams real in the world.

**This show last aired January 2015.**

Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Sacred Animals & Their Goddesses w/Judith Shaw

Judith Shaw, author of the Celtic Goddess Oracle Cards and her next oracle deck, Animal Spirit Guides, is with me to discuss mythology, folktales and symbols of Goddess and why they are so important and still relevant today. We'll delve into animals such as Snake, Butterfly, Bee, Reindeer, Dolphin, Bear and Owl. Judith will tell us why mythology is important in the modern world and how that influences divination. Animal spirit guides and their relationship to gods and goddesses - and us - will also be discussed

Wed, August 26, 2020 at 9:00 pm Eastern

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