Thursday, May 8, 2014, 3:00 PM
Sunday, May 11, 2014, 12:00 PM (All times are local to the event.)
Dreaming isn’t just what happens during sleep; dreaming is waking up to sources of guidance, healing and creativity beyond the reach of the everyday mind. Our lives become richer and juicier when we learn to become dreamers with our eyes wide open. Come dance in the magic of time; dream time, sacred time, time to come, and shaman’s time.
We will dive deeply into dream time and explore the meaning and use of dreams among shamanic cultures. With guest talks from Anasuya, we will explore the science of time. You will learn the many types of dreams and how they inform the soul. It is important to learn to work with dream energy to wake up to a deeper reality. We will merge the lines of reality through the use of sacred time to create the world you want.
In this class you will:
About the Presenters
Linda Fitch- Linda is a practicing shaman who has studied with the Inka of Peru for over sixteen years. She has trained hundreds of students in shamanic healing techniques, with a special emphasis on conscious dying. She is the former CEO of the Four Winds Society, Dean of the Light Body School, and developed the Dying Consciously Teacher Training program. Linda’s programs are a combination of her experience in NLP, shamanism, grief and ritual, archetypes, and classic Psychopomp work, and is known for her ground-breaking classes and workshops. Read more
Anasuya Krishnaswamy- As a scientist, writer, and healing arts practitioner, Anasuya bridges the worlds of science and shamanism to help practitioners increase their confidence in their shamanic work and gain new maps with greater insight. Anasuya earned her PhD in the area of solid-state physics and quantum devices. After working successfully as a scientist and engineer in computer chip development at Intel Corporation, she rejuvenated her yoga practice and earned a yoga teacher certification, completed the Light Body certification, and taught in Light Body and Master’s Classes of The Four Winds Society. Read more
Early Bird Price through April 24th- $525
Regular Registration Fee- $595