Introductory Workshop in Shamanics

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Introductory Workshop in Shamanics

Practitioners Involved: Melanie Tomsett - Shamanic Quest

Venues Used: The Yurt

Date / Time: Sunday 1st November 9.30 for 10am start

Price: TBC

The One-Day Introductory Workshop offers an overview of the Basic Principles and Practices of Shamanics. Melanie Tomsett of Shamanic Quest also runs further courses here at Clophill

To book your place or to discuss the course further you can contact Melanie on: 07940 878729

You can also email info@shamanicquest.co.uk it is essential to book your place in advance. Scroll down to see the course dates beginning in October 2014.

The Website: Shamanic Quest and Facebook page: Facebook Shamanic Quest

Shamanics is a form of deep spiritual, personal development and healing, based in nature and developed by Kenneth Meadows. Shamanics is a contemporary distillation of Northern Hemisphere Shaman knowledge (northern European, Amerindian, Hawaiian Kahuna and Doaist) that is based in the common truths held with all of these traditions but without the dogma or ritual. This means that the person who practices Shamanics can do so easily, in any circumstance or location. The teachings are experiential and found to be deeply meaningful for many people.

The day includes:

  • • Gaining a clear understanding of the key concepts of shamanism
  • • Making a shamanic journey (to non-ordinary reality)
  • • Finding and retrieving your own power animal
  • • Learning about shamanic tools including the shamanic drum and the shamanic rattle

Please bring to the workshop:

  • • Your lunch
  • • A blanket or something to lie on
  • • A cover for your eyes
  • • Pen & pad
  • • Rattle/drum if you have one

About Melanie:

Melanie is a mother of three and is also a qualified, practicing homeopath. She has a keen interest in permaculture, sustainable living and the transition towns movement. Melanie says "for me, permaculture and homeopathy are part of how I express my earth walk. Both disciplines are aligned to the principles and practices of shamanics and shamanism. It was during a shamanic journey that I was given the task of learning the application of homeopathy and permaculture, so that I may understand their connections and create a way to use all three combined, in the service of earthcare and peoplecare; hoping to facilitate human healing and inner knowledge so that they may walk lightly and with compassion with each other and on the earth."

Melanie began her shamanic training in 1991 with renowned shaman and international author, Kenneth Meadows. She continued to work with Kenneth until a few weeks before his passing. Andrew Riley wrote "A fellow author and colleague (Leo Rutherford) described the aftermath of one particular ceremony where the author (Kenneth Meadows) was told by an otherworld ally that he would act as a lantern. This spurred him on to write the books, present the workshops and promote his view on shamanism. The books sold and sold and sold.... The flame of the lantern was fanned and became a beacon. I just hope there is someone who can build on this for the next generation" It is Melanie’s aim to be that someone; and it is with Ken’s blessing that she continues to carry the Lantern.