The Snake and the Butterfly- Four Week Shamanic Intuitive Training

  • July 24, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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Four Wednesday evenings July 24, July 31, August 7 and August 14   6:30-9pm.

Expand into your New Self!  When it is time to melt into something new or molt away the old, there is no holding it back.  When it is time to become one’s new Self, it is time. The melting heat of Tucson’s summer is the perfect time to be in the safety of Our Nest to give in to the powers of the sacred Snake and the Butterfly for a round of personal transformation.

This One Month Shamanic Intuitive Training series provides a four week structure for the transformation process to take place, so that a person can give in to their Intuitive Nature more fully.  If you are called to the realm of the Shamanic, you feel you are being asked to undergo a Spiritual Transformation (again), and you are ready to go deeper into your shamanic practice, then join this series.  We meet once a week for four weeks. Many say it takes a month to change a habit, so this series is a month to molt and melt in the heat of the sacred desert.  Let Quynn be your host and sacred space holder.  Snake and Butterfly will be your teachers and guides.

What is transforming? What are the gifts that you want to expand? Where do you need to grow and leave your old skin behind? How are you becoming your New Self? Each week let the rhythmic beats of the journey call on Snake and Butterfly to help you in the ways you most need now.  Your imagination will interpret the messages and help you express in your life what is shown to you. You do not need to be working as a Spiritual Practitioner at this time to join this series. An open  mind and heart is what you need now.

*This series is open to people who are confident in their journeying ability.  If you feel you are shamanically called but you haven’t journeyed much yet, attend circles at ISA, or journey on your own to practice your skills before the time of this series.
*In order to participate you must have your own drum or rattle. Bring it/them to each of the four sessions.
*Bring an image, symbol, representation (jewelry?) of both Snake and Butterfly.  We will use these talismans throughout the series.

Please note:  This is not a training for beginners, and to register, a person needs to have attended a circle with Quynn that involves journeying.

The tuition for this 4 part/10 hour training series is $70-100 sliding scale ($17-$25 per part). Commitment to the entire series is expected, and the tuition can be paid in increments, but by committing to this series, you are agreeing to the total amount, even if you cannot attend all sessions. Contact Quynn for details.

Your guide is Quynn Red Mountain, Shamanic Intuitive and Founder of the Institute for the Shamanic Arts.  More info about Quynn at www.quynn.com and www.shamanworld.com

 

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  • Quynn

    Here is a link to the blog post about our series. Our messages are all included. thank you so much for participating!!!
    http://www.shamanworld.com/2013/snake-and-butterfly-as-shamanic-teachers/

    August 15, 2013

  • Brodrik M.

    in thinking about what Shauna said in regards to the shedding of the skin. I'm beginning to believe that after one shades his or her skin another part of the process of wearing one's skin, is only beginning. It seems like a good idea to me to explore my environment with my new skin scraping, rubbing, slithering along brushing up against the world to feel where my new skin, my new larger body, comes in contact with the world I am within. I feel only after a period of time doing this, will I wear my new skin as I wore my old skin, with confidence and realize that it is a tool to self discovery and new healthy relations.

    1 · August 15, 2013

  • Alison T.

    So I find that butterflies and moths are difficult to classify into groups when you get to the nitty gritty. So there are some distinctions but.... so turns out moths are the scapegoats for the butterfly world. People complaining about them eating clothes and looking drab. But putting butterflies up on the wall and giving them protected habitats. Turns out moths are stronger survivors and have more variety, so they don't draw attention. My little tent caterpiller is a simple brown moth, almost monotone, with humble compact wings, providing food for birds and animals, navigating with an right angle perceptor to the moon. http://www.mothscount.org/text/16/importance_of_moths.html

    August 4, 2013

  • Alison T.

    Wow. Getting more familiar with my childhood friends the army worms, that morph into moths. Apparently, others think of them as pests. But to me they were amazing, they covered the whole ground in MN when I was little. They were everywhere and I thought they were soft and precious. I kissed one once and my sister grossed out but I loved them. Here is a video of their transformation.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HE7l8gVjcJE

    August 4, 2013

  • Scott W.

    Excellent synchronicity with the transformation that my allies are guiding me through now. Can't wait.

    1 · June 19, 2013

    • Brodrik M.

      We missed you at the circle.

      1 · July 25, 2013

    • Scott W.

      Thanks =) . I'll be there next week.

      July 26, 2013

  • Alison T.

    exhilerating. Snakes and butterflies everywhere.

    July 25, 2013

  • Quynn

    a great group of deep thinking people. Snake and Butterfly are great teachers.

    July 25, 2013

  • Scott W.

    Unfortunately I woke up with a cold today, and even though I am fighting it with herbs, I don't see being better by tomorrow. Sorry to un-commit, I was really looking forward to this.

    July 23, 2013

  • Gus

    Just what I need. I'm in!

    June 19, 2013

    • Quynn

      i look forward to meeting you gus :)

      June 19, 2013

  • Joseph M.

    The opportunity is here and the timing is perfect. This is a must for me.

    1 · May 27, 2013

    • Quynn

      i look forward to it joe :)

      June 19, 2013

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