See the World Through the Eyes of a Your Very Own Inner Shaman
We're living through very uncertain times. Our notions of society, economy, community, and even spirituality are undergoing a profound change as the world reacts to the outbreak of Covid-19 and the recognition of so much inequality and injustice in our world. .
Make no mistake, the times we live in are causing anxiety and at times overwhelm as we face up to the challenges of a fast-changing world. But there is help at hand. Deep within us, in our very bones, your Inner Shaman is waiting for your permission to awaken the combined intelligence of the body-heart-mind and the unbroken intelligence of life itself that they already have access to. This aspect of our human inheritance is a powerful ally in these times when we need all the help we can get.
Movement Medicine co-founder Ya'Acov Darling Khan is the man to help us achieve this shamanic perspective. In this series, Ya’Acov shares a shamanic perspective on what’s happening and shares teachings and practical exercises you can do at home to put you on the path to a more creative, embodied, empowered and responsible life that dignifies who you are and gives you access to the help that is always at hand. If these sessions touch you, you may like to try Ya’Acov’s ‘The Shaman’s Drum’ online course.
Ya’Acov introduces you the 9 steps for good ritual practice and talks about the inner shaman’s relationship to the imaginal realm.
Ya'Acov has been shamanic teacher and practitioner for more than three decades and has been recognised as a shaman by indigenous elders from the Amazon to the Arctic. He has guided people from all over the world to walk with him on the shamanic path. And now, at this time of crisis, he'd like to offer you the chance to benefit from a deeper, more esoteric understanding of what's happening in the world right now. He'll also help you make the most of the limited opportunities you have to be outside right now with some practices that will bring you closer to nature.
Participation in these webinars is fully at the risk and choice of participants. It is each person's responsibility to look after their physical, emotional and mental well being. Listen to your own body. If something hurts, pay attention and take care of yourself. All participants are asked to move at their own pace and to take care of themselves on all levels. Ya’Acov, Susannah, all people connected to 21 Gratitudes and to the School of Movement Medicine can take no responsibility for injury you sustain as a result of participating in these webinars.