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Healing the Web of Life Shamanic Journey Circle: April 2024

Healing the Web of Life Journey Circle

Step into your shared responsibility as a Guardian of the Earth and Caretaker of the Web of Life.

14:30 to 16:30
Sunday 28th April 2024

The Centre of Complementary Medicine
13b Dragon Street, Petersfield, Hampshire GU31 4JN

The Centre is located behind Animal Crackers
and is accessible via the driveway between Animal Crackers and ATS Euromaster.

Spaces are limited, please book by calling 01730 231 655.

Learn how to Journey and meet your Power Animal before going on a Shamanic Journey to discover your role as a Guardian of the Earth and ways you can be involved in Healing the Web of Life. Participants will be invited to share their experiences with the group. There will be a different theme each month.

Book your place and pay a cash donation on the door.  The session will last for approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.

Bring your cash donation, a yoga mat, blanket, cushion, notebook, pen, eyemask, or something to cover your eyes – drums are not required.

If you would like to book a place please telephone The Centre on 01730 231655.

2024 Dates

Sunday 28th April
Sunday 26th May
Sunday 23rd June

What is the Web of Life?

Shamanism is the oldest spiritual practice and was common to almost all pre-modern societies for around 50,000 years.  All traditional tribal cultures lived in harmony with the earth and respected the sacred nature of the Web of Life, being in reverence for both the Feminine and Masculine Principles. They offered their gratitude for the blessings of Mother Earth as our Goddess and Creation, and Father Sky as our God and Creator.

Ancient cultures recognised that every natural living thing on earth was made by the Creator and has a Spirit. The Web of Life refers to the spiritual connection shared by all plants, animals, and minerals, together with the men and women, and the Earth herself. We can tap into this interconnectedness via Shamanic Journeys and ask Spirit what we can do to support the Earth and nature.

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