White Shamaness ChokBar from the south Siberian region of Tuva will guide you to an understanding of what a power animal is.
In this shamanic workshop you will gain deeper understanding and appreciation of what shamanism is and isn’t.
- What is a “power animal”?
- How does one becomes a shaman?
- Who are the “spirits”?
- What do shamans actually do?
- How to choose a shaman?
- How to experience a shamanic meditation.
Participants will be asked to do movement and dance meditation.
Wear comfortable clothing
Bring a yoga mat
Bring an offering of one or more of the following:
Flowers, milk, white sugar, white rice, cheese, strong black tea, chocolate in shiny wrapping, carrots, cookies.
About the Workshop Leader:
Several years prior to becoming a shaman Larisa Koronowski had a mystical experience of light entering her body during meditation, after which she was able to assist people in healing. Despite coming from a long line of shamanic healers, she long resisted the calling, taking up jobs as a German language teacher and then as an interpreter at the Government of the Republic of Tuva at the Ministry of National Policy.
She is a now a native Tuvan hereditary Shamaness and is willing to share her secrets. www.tuvanshaman.com