Everyone has voices in their head. Our head is filled with voices.
The culture we live in says that if people hear any kind of voices, they are always crazy, or influenced by an evil entity. However, this is not necessarily true. We are transmitters, and receivers, of energy. This energy often manifests itself to us as feelings and thoughts that can manifest as 'voices'. When we hear or feel thoughts in our heads, who's are they?
Many grow up assuming that they are all clumped together into 'ME', or that any and all voices are 'bad', but there are many forms of thought/feelings/voices and the conversation is always going on within us. Personality, memory, absorbed attitudes and beliefs of loved ones and culture. Also present, yet very often not understood, are those 'voices' of our guides, ancestors, and benevolent spirits. For those who are sensitive, these voices are heard often, yet many people are not trained to listen to them intently and discern who are helpful, and who are bullies that need to be dealt with in a compassionate and appropriate manner.
After an introduction to the subject, Quynn will guide with her voice and drumbeats, to create the space where you can listen within for who is speaking to you, sharing feelings with you, and sending you thoughts, images and impressions. With the beats of a drum, and with intention and trusted focus, you can gain consensus with those in your head, so you all can work together for your highest good.
This circle is not intended to replace medical/psychological attention. Quynn is not a therapist or counselor. She uses the rhythm of a drum to help guide people within, and offers tips from her own experience and research.
Your guide is Quynn Red Mountain, shamanic practitioner and founder of ISA. In her 20s Quynn began hearing voices of benevolent helpers as she was called by her Spirit World to listen to the world around her. Now she helps others understanding their inner voices, and self talk. Learn more about her at www.quynn.com .
This circle is offered by sliding scale $5-$20. ($5 is available for people with low income) Donations help ISA continue to offer these circles. Thank you.
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