The shamanic journey is a remarkable visionary method for entering into another reality with discipline and purpose. Using classic drumming techniques to alter consciousness, participants will be introduced to the shamanic journey, to awaken one’s soul and dormant spiritual power. Travel outside of time and space into another reality, and make contact with compassionate helping spirits, such as teachers and power animals, for personal wisdom and to gain knowledge to help create a better world.
This experiential online workshop is taught by FSS Guest Faculty Member Adam Bosler, via Zoom video conferencing. Participants will see and hear each other and interact in pairs and small groups, as well as in the full circle.
$150 tuition fee includes 7 hours of training (two 3.5-hour Zoom sessions, on two consecutive evenings). The workshop takes place Friday, February 24 & Saturday, February 25, 2023 — (5:30 PM to 9:00 PM Pacific Time, both sessions).
Started in 1979 as the Center for Shamanic Studies, The Foundation for Shamanic Studies presents the world’s foremost training programs in shamanism and shamanic healing. They are based on the pioneering work of anthropologist Michael Harner, who brought shamanism to contemporary life in the West after extensive field and cross-cultural investigation, experimentation, and personal practice. He originated, researched, and developed core shamanism, a system designed for Westerners to apply shamanism and shamanic healing successfully to their daily lives. This system is based upon the underlying universal, near-universal, and common features of shamanism—together with journeys to other worlds—rather than upon culture-specific variations and elaborations.