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Classes by Raven Kaldera

From: Tala
Sent on: Sunday, January 8, 2012 9:58 PM
Classes by Raven Kaldera! 

Classes for this Friday, 1/13, in Fitchburg! 244 Walton St. Fitchburg,
MA, 1-3 pm and 3-5 pm. Classes are $5 each. 

Shadow Work and Ritual 1 pm 
We all have shadows within us, and sometimes we have a hard time dealing 
with them using only our rational left brains as a tool. Ritual can be a 
wonderful tool to bypass our conscious baggage and go straight to the
monsters in the basement … and work with them productively
instead of just being in fear and denial. Shadow ritual can be a great
healing process, but it needs to be approached with care and caution,
and a lot of love for one’s imperfect self. This workshop
teaches how to craft a shadow ritual with effectiveness, humility, and
courage, and what tools can be used to explore the inner darkness and
perhaps show it as not quite so frightening after all. 

Pagan Group Dynamics 3 pm 

What are the difficulties that any Pagan group may fall prey to, and how 
can its members prevent that from happening? Pagan groups range from
small and intimate to large and diverse, and while we are supposed to
see diversity as sacred, sometimes the practical application can be
difficult to figure out when you’re faced with a wide range of
people who all want different things … and argue! This workshop
will focus on the types of roles in many Pagan groups â€" spoken or
unspoken â€" and how to avoid many of the pitfalls that have made so 
many groups explode. 

To sign up for a class, email Raven at [address removed] or call

2) Classes for Saturday, 1/21, 244 Walton St. in Fitchburg, MA, 1-3 pm,
3-5 pm, 7-9 pm. Classes are $5 each. 

Living The Wheel of the Year: Pagan Homesteading 1 pm   

The wheel of the Pagan year is based around a rural agricultural
calendar, but most pagans no longer live that kind of life. This
workshop is about those who do: the pagan homesteaders who went back to
the land and stayed there. It's for those who do it, those who'd like
to, and those who'd just like to find out about what it's like to live
the cycle of the year this closely. Even if you live in the city and
only have a tiny backyard garden, you can learn more about how our
ancestors saw the turning year, and enrich your life. By the author of
"EarthBound: Pagan Homesteading". 

Lithomancy 3 pm 

Divination with stones, any kind from fancy semiprecious stones to good
old rocks. This workshop includes testing stones for high, medium or low 
energy, divining with ordinary rocks, divinatory meanings of precious
and semiprecious stones, creating a lithomancy kit, and reading stones
on a wheel. If you love rocks, this is the one for you!   

The Eightfold Path of Altered States 7 pm   

Spiritâ€'workers and magicians the world over, and all throughout
time, have used a variety of methods to go into altered states. From
there, they could access other worlds and touch divine forces. This
class will give you a map of the eight roads to that unique place,
covering methods of altered states used by all cultures, some more
dangerous than others. From the 

Path of Rhythm to the Path of Sacred Plants to the Path of Meditation to

the Ordeal Path, we'll explore them all. We will not, however, be using
these methods in class; this is discussion only. 
To sign up for a class, email Raven at [address removed] or call
3) Palmistry Class, Sunday, 1/22, 244 Walton St. Fitchburg MA Noon-4 pm. 
$6 per person. We must have a minimum of 5 people for this class, so
bring your friends. 
Palmistry, or cheiromancy, is the art of reading the shape and lines of
the palm. With this art you can discern the personality, tendencies, and

destiny of anyone who opens their hand to you. Come learn the basics of
this ancient art in this 4-hour workshop. 
To sign up, email Raven at [address removed] or call
 Raven Kaldera is a Northern Tradition shaman, homesteader,
astrologer, diviner, and the author of 28 books. He can be found at
www.northernshamanis­ 'Tis an ill wind that blows no minds. 

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