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Wed, Jan 04



Dancing in the Dark: Shamanic Navigation Through Challenging Times

experiencing ourselves as a vital and intimate part of creation - facilitated by Sandy Phocas

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Dancing in the Dark:  Shamanic Navigation Through Challenging Times

Time & Location

Jan 04, 7:00 PM – Feb 01, 9:00 PM

Winston-Salem, 2424 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106, USA

About The Event

Facilitated by Sandy Phocas (she/her).

Shamanic practices can bring healing and balance to individuals, community, and the land. They help us open to the deepest truth and beauty of our own being and the universe, allowing us to experience ourselves as a vital and intimate part of creation.

All of us, at times, encounter pain, darkness, and fear. Sometimes it may feel like the ground has disappeared beneath us, the previous world falling away. These times, whether personal or collective in nature, can leave us feeling lost and disillusioned. And yet these times of darkness are not just ordeals to get through—they can provide powerful doorways into the deepest parts of yourself and your soul. Working in these realms with purpose and presence, with practices and resources, can bring deep healing and transformation.

This course will offer a safe and sacred space to explore these depths in a small group. Working with shamanic journeys, guided meditations, and embodied practices, there will also be time for questions and group sharing.

No prior experience is necessary. This course is appropriate for those new to the above practices and, since it is experiential, will also be of benefit to those who are more experienced.

When: January 4 – February 1, 2023; Wednesdays 7 -9 pm (5-week course)

Where: 18 Springs Community Healing Center, 2424 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem

Cost: $160 Advance registration is required. Space is limited.

Covid Precautions:   Masks are optional at this time. This work may involve close contact between participants. Please consider and honor your own health needs in deciding to attend. Those who wish to wear masks are encouraged to do so.

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