ALASKA | 20th Annual Shamanic Retreat with Brant Secunda
Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 5:00 PM - Sunday, July 6, 2014 at 8:00 AM (AKDT)
Embrace the power of nature and learn how to connect with the mountains, glaciers, and wildlife that thrive in the amazing Alaskan Wilderness. Leave the stress of everyday life behind and let the beauty of Alaska heal your body, clear your mind, and invigorate your spirit. Participate in ceremonies celebrating the light of summer and bring about positive change in your life. Journey to the "last frontier" and settle into the rhythm of the land. Enjoy freshly prepared meals and relax in the stunning main lodge, surrounded by panoramic views of the Inside Passage. Good luck may even bring sights of breaching whales and soaring eagles. Teachers, business professionals, therapists, doctors and students all have something to gain from this special week.
Experience the majestic essence of ALASKA.
Brant Secunda completed a 12-year apprenticeship in Mexico with the late Don José Matsuwa to become a shaman, healer and ceremonial leader in the indigenous Huichol tradition. Living in the Sierra Madre Mountains, the Huichol are considered to be one of the last tribes in North America to have preserved their pre-Columbian traditions. Members of the international medical, spiritual and educational communities, including the World Health Organization, have recognized Brant’s commitment, as well as the knowledge he has been sharing for over three decades.
The Dance of the Deer Foundation Center for Shamanic Studies was founded by Brant Secunda in 1979 with the goal of supporting the Huichol Indians in keeping their shamanic traditions alive, preserving their cultural and economic survival, and to bring the power and joy of this ancient wisdom to our modern world.
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