Shamanism Class: Special Topics
Gerry Starnes, M.Ed.
The Shamanism Class is designed especially for beginners and those relatively new to the contemporary shamanic path. Experienced practitioners also are invited to participate and share learnings from their own experiences, as well.
Each week there will be a different topic. Come prepared for anything! Suggestions for topics are welcome to [masked]. Or leave a suggestion when you RSVP.
Shamanism is a very practical and powerful practice that is relevant to ordinary life experiences and decisions. It is not dependent on any particular organizational structure or belief system.
Watch this video for more about Contemporary Shamanism:
What is Contemporary Shamanism?
and other videos on the Shamanic Passages YouTube channel:
- The Shamanic Journey
- The Three Worlds of the Shamanic Journey
- Power Animals
- Working With Power Animals
The Circle meets from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Prior to the regular Wednesday Journey Circle. We begin promptly at 6:00 with a short meditation to drumming and end at 7:00. Please feel free to stay for the regular Journey Circle at 7:30.
What to bring with you?
In addition to curiosity and willingness to explore something new, bring a journal or notebook with you to record your journey and insights that you receive. If you have a hand drum, feel free to bring it, but it is not necessary. You might also bring a bandanna or blindfold to cover your eyes.