Shamanism is considered by many to be humankind's first spiritual path, dating back to at least 30,000-50,000 BC. It has existed on every continent, gracefully morphing to fit changing times and circumstances. Shamanism was - and is - a magical path of spiritual alliances with animal-spirits and all the realms of nature, ceremonial healing practices, drumming, singing, dancing, dreaming and journeying… All of us - if we went back far enough in our ancestry - would find shamanic roots.
Please join us for a look at how this ancient practice can be used now, in contemporary life, for enhanced well-being, joy, profound healing and deep spiritual connection.
Renna Shesso, a shamanic healing practitioner and teacher, a reader and teacher of Tarot, and a researcher and writer on a range of spiritual, artistic and Goddess-infused topics. Renna has been teaching about and using the shamanism healing practices since 1991. She has had extensive formal training in core shamanism has come mainly through Sandra Ingerman, but also through direct experience. Renna's most recent studies have been in Sweden, exploring early northern shamanic traditions. Renna is the author of the books ‘Math for Mystics’ and ‘A Magical Tour of the Night Sky.
There will be a drawing for a 50%-off coupon to a Beginning Shamanism weekend-long workshop.
You can contact Renna at www.rennashesso.com
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DIRECTIONS TO TEARS McFARLANE HOUSE:
PLEASE NOTE: We will meet in the Community Center. Walk past the red brick building to the end of the sidewalk and we are on the left. We are in an attached white building facing the park. Come on in.
PARKING- All day, free parking can be located along the roadway in Cheesman Park DIRECTIONS- Going West bound on 13th Avenue - Turn Left on Gilpin. Proceed to stop sign in park and turn left. Proceed past the bus stop and park on the right side of the road. The Tears-McFarlane House is on your left.
- Going East bound on 14th Avenue – Turn right at Gilpin Street. Go through the intersection at 13th avenue to the stop sign in the park. Turn left and proceed past the bus stop to park on the right side of the road. The Tears-McFarland House is on your left.
Williams Street has all-day, free parking and 13th Avenue has 2-hour free parking. The small parking lot in front of the Tears-McFarlane House can be used before 8AM & after 5PM.
Please DO NOT park in the One Cheesman Plaza Parking lot, which is the condominium building directly in front of the Tears McFarlane House. Unfortunately, anyone who parks in this lot will have their vehicle towed.
Or you can map quest it: http://m.mapquest.com/maps?cat=&addressInput=Tears+McFarlane+House%2C+1290+Williams+Street%2C+Denver&referrerView=search