You Are the Divine Spark
Healing the Sacred Feminine & Masculine
Saturday, April 29, 2017 ~ 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Karma Teachers, New Westminster
Are you facing challenges expressing your heart's desire?
Would you like to bring together your being and doing to manifest your dreams?
Is a reciprocal loving partnership eluding you?
Join us for an afternoon of exploring the sacred feminine and masculine and how to harmonize these energies to create strength, beauty, and wisdom within. In our circle you will learn and experience the power of alchemy in the sacred forge of the Celts, develop practices to fuel the fire of passion in your life, and heal archetypal discord, which may be the source of stagnancy or disharmony in your life.
Our sacred circle will provide a safe place to open our hearts and experience:
- Shamanic ceremony and soundscape
- Energy cleansing
- Creative arts
- Shamanic journeying
- Blank paged journal and pen or drawing materials
- Bandanna or eye covering
- A small empty bowl
- Two sacred objects representing the feminine and masculine that you can add to our altar and take home with you
- Pre-registration is required
Tuition: $35 or $25 with a friend
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
28 Sixth St, New Westminster
Facilitator: Angela Prider is a spiritual healer, weaver, and teacher. As Bean Feasa (Wise Woman) she has been immersed for over 20 years in training and initiation with indigenous wisdom-keepers, which include her Irish ancestors and Peruvian teachers, and her elders from Australian Aboriginal, Siksika Blackfoot, and Curanderismo lineages. She has been practicing shamanism and teaching within sacred circles for over twenty years, and is passionate about soul, nature, mythology, and creativity. With a trauma-informed foundation of counseling and somatic based therapy, Angela brings a grounded and compassionate presence to her circles.
We would like to acknowledge the ancestral, traditional and unceded Aboriginal territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, and in particular, the Squamish, Kwikwetlem, Tsleil-Waututh, Kwantlen, and Katzie First Nations on whose territory we live and work.