Oct 6, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Igniting the Ecstatic Heart: Shamanic Practice 2

A spiritual life is nothing but dogma and deception without the heart's active presence. The heart's active presence will soon wander, bored to death with you, if you refuse to engage regularly and intimately with ecstasy. Ecstasy, the falling into the fire naked losing yourself to One surrender ecstasy that comes in union with your helping spirits is one of the great gifts of spiritual life in a shamanic practice. So then why are our shamanic practices so stodgy, precious, (frankly) boring, and ineffective in creating large-scale life change? Join us for part two of a series on creating an effective shamanic practice in your day-to-day life. This week host and shaman, Christina Pratt, explores the necessary terror in igniting the ecstatic heart and how to keep the fire of true love burning at the core of your shamanic practice while you passionately engage the world.

**This show last aired February 2018.**

Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Sacred Energies of the Sun & Moon in Curanderismo w/Erika Buena Flor

A very new topic here on Voices of the Sacred Feminine, today Erika Buena Flor, a practicing curandera for two decades, as well as a scholar with a master's degree in religious studies with a focus on Mesoaerican shamanism is with us to discuss her newest book, Sacred Energies of the Sun and Moon. We'll talk about her scholarly and hands-on work as a curandera, how to and why it's important to tap into the energies of the sun and moon, deities of the sun and moon, and ancient Mesoamerican understanding concerning the principal moon phases and energies emitted from them. Ritual will also be today's topic as Erika shares practices we can engage in to get the benefits of different phases of both the sun and moon.

Wed, October 7, 2020 at 2:00 pm Eastern


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