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Shamanic Practices for Personal Enrichment


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This experiential workshop runs over two days and introduces participants to some foundational Shamanic practices and tools that they can begin using for personal enrichment in their everyday lives. 

The workshop includes an honoring of the Seven Directions (with an emphasis on Celtic Tradition) and an experiential exercise in the use of sacred plants for smudging, blessing, ceremony and space clearing.  The use of sacred instruments and sacred song for meditation and deepening spiritual connection will be explained and demonstrated. Participants will experience several Shamanic drum journeys to connect with guides, power animals and plant spirits. They will also be taught a sacred chant in a dedicated group circle. 

An introduction to engaging with the sentient consciousness of plants will be presented. The daydream, nightdream and Shamanic dream will be described and explored. An overview of plant communication techniques will be given with an emphasis on Heart Perception, Entrainment and Felt Sensation. Participants will be taught how to use the foundational Shamanic practices they have been taught during the workshop to deepen their relationship with the plant world.

Participants will also experience a beautiful “Music of the Plants” meditation to assist with deepening their appreciation of the energetic and electromagnetic impulses from the plant world.

About the Facilitator: Lis Conlon

Lis Conlon has been a Sydney-based Herbal Medicine Practitioner for nearly 30 years and has loved teaching natural therapy subjects in naturopathy colleges for the past 20 years. She authored the textbook "Iridology: a Beginner's Guide” and runs supportive mentoring programs for postgraduate practitioners.

Lis was one of the first Australians to qualify as a Certified Plant Spirit Practitioner with renowned teacher and author Pam Montgomery. She is trained in shamanic practice and communication with the shamanic nature of the plant world. Lis connects with the consciousness and sentient nature of plants through deep and reciprocal relationship. This work resonates with her Celtic spiritual heritage and she finds great joy in teaching others how to develop these relationships with plant beings.

Lis has completed broad and eclectic training with a diverse variety of Transpersonal and Shamanic Practitioners over the past 10 years. This has included experiential training in ceremony, sacred song, drum journeying and connection to Mother Earth’s wisdom with Shamanic Practitioners Carmen Morales and Bastian McPhee.

Lis regularly facilitates shamanic drum journeys and immensely enjoys playing her medicine drum to guide participants into creative and intuitive meditative states. She runs drum-making workshops enriched with ceremony, meditation, drum journeying and sacred song.

Participants receive a certificate upon completion. 

Study options: Join us on campus in Sydney.

Testimonial

Lis Conlon shares her knowledge in such a caring and informative way that you are mesmerized and leave feeling so connected to mother earth, and have new interest in shamanic drumming and healing. - Simone

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If the minimum number of participants is not obtained, the course will be cancelled and a refund issued, so we recommend you enrol early to avoid disappointment.


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Course Fees: $320.00

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