Your body is nature, made of the Earth, and connected through the light of the Universe. We can come to know our forms as sacred again and access powers and potentials that have been buried through time.
In this blog we explore some basic and fundamental anatomy of the pelvis and its relationship to our alignment and breath. While it is a beginning point in anatomical and movement exploration, it is also very powerful and easily accessible to most people!
When we can heal and come back to our forms as nature, as vessels of energy and healing, and as channels for shamanic work... we bridge the realms of formless to form even more directly.
LINKS that were mentioned:
Your Body is Nature Shaman College Blog- click here
Aston Kinetics/Judith Aston - click here
Franklin Method/ Eric Franklin - click here
This week's blog is from our live Earth Prayers gathering that happens every Monday at 10am on the Shaman College Facebook page.
Earth Prayers are seated and guided meditations where we allow our breath, awareness, body and presence to radiate blessings and healing out to Mother Earth and all beings. As a collective, our focus creates a much larger frequency.
Each Earth Prayer guided meditation is unique.
This week, we open up into 'listening' as healing itself. When we deepen into our ability to listen, our presence is palpable... and this 'simple' act of listening becomes a profound gift that perhaps is the foundation of all healing and connection.
In shamanism we are working with healing... we are working with health and life in all of its cycles. And, yet much too often the human body itself is not recognised as nature with all of its wisdom. Your body carries a wisdom of all time and is intimately connected to all of creation. In this blog, we begin to explore this and offer suggestions for you- to begin to go to your body like you go to nature.
Hello, my name is Kimba, and welcome to this week's blog at Shaman College. We're going to go into a territory that I have observed is greatly unexplored in the world of shamanism. Not that it's not been explored it all, and but it's like, you know, if we were out on a hike, and we were on the main trail. Sometimes there's other trails that come off the main trail. And sometimes you see these little paths that very few have traveled. Or if so, it's been a long time. They're kind of overgrown with grass and overgrown with plants, and some trees have...
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