ONLINE Inspired Shamanic Practice Advanced Training - Foundation for Shamanic Studies
Dec 04, 2021
LIVE ONLINE ADVANCED TRAINING - INSPIRED SHAMANIC PRACTICE: ESSENTIALS OF EFFECTIVE AND PRINCIPLED SHAMANIC HEALING - Via Zoom Interactive Videoconferencing - SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2021 - 9:30 AM TO 5:30 PM Eastern Time – SPONSORED BY THE FOUNDATION FOR SHAMANIC STUDIES - NOTE: This workshop is part of the Shamanic Healing Online Training Program. It may be taken at any time after completion of the prerequisites. It is required to receive a certificate of completion for the Foundation for Shamanic Studies Online Shamanic Healing certificate program. An effective shamanic healing practice depends on a combination of factors, including authentic and rigorous training in methods and direct experience with clients. As a spiritual healing method, the pragmatic aspects of the profession may be easily overlooked, and yet can make the difference between a valuable experience and a profoundly healing one from the client's viewpoint. A well-designed container for your healing practice that supports your clients and inspires you, can considerably enhance the effectiveness of your work. This training is appropriate for those beginning a shamanic practice who want advice on what issues to consider and how to proceed, as well as for seasoned healers looking to dialogue with other practitioners and to deepen their own work. Purpose of the workshop: To help shamanic students develop an ethical, effective shamanic practice that has integrity and is based in respect for all beings; To offer you guidelines and ways of deciding for yourself regarding ethical issues - such as whether there is permission to do shamanic healing work in a specific situation - rather than "one size fits all" rules or answers; To increase the professionalism of the practice by helping you create a supportive "container" that enhances your practice, including appropriate boundaries, safety, and freedom to practice within that container. What will be covered: Ethical issues such as permission, talking with and screening potential clients, what to do before and after a session; brief legal considerations (not legal advice*); practicing with integrity and respect; and some pragmatic aspects of an effective shamanic practice. The online workshop combines lecture, small group discussion, interactive exercises, and journeying. Please note: This workshop does not address marketing issues. This experiential online training taught by FSS faculty members Jack & Marcia Hebrank is offered via Zoom video conferencing, which is free to individual users. Participants will see and hear each other and interact in pairs and small groups, as well as in the full circle. (All students must participate with audio and video and access the meeting through their own individual device.) Instructions for Zoom and workshop access will be provided by the instructor after registration. The course consists of 7 hours of training. 7 CE’s (continued education units) are available to students completing this workshop. PREREQUISITES to Shamanic Healing Online Training Program entry: The Way of the Shaman (in-person workshop)
OR The Shamanic Journey: Pathway to Knowledge & Power AND Shamanic Divination in Practice. NOTE: Participants must be able to successfully journey to contact at least one helping spirit from the Upper or Lower Worlds. 7 FSS Continuing Education (CE) Credits available. Completion of the entire workshop (7 hours) is required for credit. Students attend class on computer or laptop. For registration details, please contact MarciaHebrank@yahoo.com. Students can register and reserve their space at this secure Square site: https://checkout.square.site/buy/EOTRCVRIX6V3F7IJZZOXWQ5S Tuition is $140. Alternately, tuition can be paid via VENMO to Marcia-Hebrank online or via Paypal FRIENDS AND FAMILY to LuminescentOcean@aol.com Members of the FSS Circle of the Foundation can receive $10 off of tuition for this workshop (please provide member number). Workshop taught by Foundation for Shamanic Studies faculty members Jack and Marcia Hebrank.