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Edie Stone, MA
Certified Shamanic Journey Guide since 1995      Portal to a Greener
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2027 Broadway, Suite H, Boulder, CO 80302
303-415-3755

These events have already taken place. Call me at 303-415-3755 to arrange a presentation to your group.

CEREMONIES FOR MOTHER EARTH: PERUVIAN SHAMANIC TRADITIONS,
OCTOBER, 2012

Ceremonies for the Earth: Peruvian Shamanic Traditions

Friday, Oct. 19th, 2012, 7:00 pm,  Free Introductory evening 

Benefit for CaminoVerde.org

Explore Earth-honoring, heart-centered practices for personal and planetary healing from the Pachakuti Mesa tradition of Peruvian shamanism. Many of these practices also have resonance with ancient and modern Celtic traditions. You will learn ways to express and activate loving care for self, community and Mother Earth.

    •    Ceremony brings us back into our deeper selves, into remembering our true relationship to the Source of life, into honoring the sacred circles of relationship all around us.

As a Pachakuti Mesa carrier, I feel a strong obligation to support and perform ceremonial work on behalf of Mother Earth. This is also a source of great joy and spiritual reconnection for me. A foundation principle of Andean shamanism is ayni or sacred reciprocity. Ceremonies are a way we can give our energy and love to the Earth as an offering for healing, in sacred reciprocity for all She gives us. Environmental activism is also an important way of offering ayni. 

FRIDAY EVENING 

We will start with the need to shift a key cultural principle or meme: 
    •    From earth as exploited resource to Earth as Sacred Source
    •    The Legend of Eagle and Condor - a prophecy for our time that supports this shift in consciousness

We will explore practical spiritual rituals and practices that help bring us back into right relationship with the Earth and each other: 
    •    Working within Sacred Space, calling on the Sacred Directions of Peruvian Cosmovision
    •    Balancing polarities, masculine and feminine, head and heart 
    •    Embodying the mesa - you are the altar and vessel for alchemical change 
    •    The Link-Up, a community practice to increase healing energy for Mother Earth

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Edie Stone is a Pachakuti Mesa Teacher and a Level IV apprentice of Oscar Miro-Quesada. 

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Oct. 2010 - Ceremonies for the Earth: Peruvian Shamanic Traditions

This class has already taken place. Call me at 303-415-3755 to arrange a presentation to your group.

Friday, Oct. 8th, 2010, 7:30 pm, Introductory evening   

    Friday: Benefit for Pueblo Elders

Saturday, Oct. 9th, 2010, 10 am - 5 pm, Pachakuti Mesa Workshop

    Saturday Tuition $80
    $10 discount if paid by Oct. 1
                 

CEREMONIES FOR MOTHER EARTH: PERUVIAN SHAMANIC TRADITIONS.

* Donations on Friday night will benefit beloved Pueblo Elders in New Mexico. *

Explore Earth-honoring, heart-centered practices for personal and planetary healing from the Pachakuti Mesa tradition of Peruvian shamanism. Many of these practices also have resonance with ancient and modern Celtic traditions. You will learn ways to express and activate loving care for self, community and Mother Earth.

    •    Ceremony brings us back into our deeper selves, into remembering our true relationship to the Source of life, into honoring the sacred circles of relationship all around us.

As a Pachakuti Mesa carrier, I feel a strong obligation to support and perform ceremonial work on behalf of Mother Earth. This is also a source of great joy and spiritual reconnection for me. A foundation principle of Andean shamanism is ayni or sacred reciprocity. Ceremonies are a way we can give our energy and love to the Earth as an offering for healing, in sacred reciprocity for all She gives us. Environmental activism is also an important way of offering ayni.

FRIDAY EVENING

We will start with the need to shift a key cultural principle or meme:
    •    From earth as exploited resource to Earth as Sacred Source
    •    The Legend of Eagle and Condor - a prophecy for our time that supports this shift in consciousness

We will explore practical spiritual rituals and practices that help bring us back into right relationship with the Earth and each other:
    •    Working within Sacred Space, calling on the Sacred Directions of Peruvian Cosmovision
    •    Balancing polarities, masculine and feminine, head and heart
    •    Embodying the mesa - you are the altar and vessel for alchemical change
    •    The Link-Up, a community practice to increase healing energy for Mother Earth
   
SATURDAY

In the workshop, you will create your own Pachakuti Mesa (floor altar), and learn some of its uses for personal, community, and planetary healing. Depending on the weather, we will also create an apacheta and/or  a despacho, do a shamanic journey, or other practices.

An apacheta is a small cairn, which creates energetic and ceremonial focus, and serves as an acupuncture point for the Earth. It is often a focal point for pilgrimage. A despacho is an offering that we create and give in gratitude to the Earth. Supply lists will be available on www.shamanstone.org

Edie is a Level IV Apprentice of Peruvian Curandero Oscar Miro-Quesada, and has offered similar workshops in Colorado and Wales since 2003.

RSVP for Friday, if possible, estone@shamanicjourneys.net or 303-415-3755
    Donations on Friday benefit Pueblo Elders

Workshop on Saturday is $80.
        $10 discount if paid by Oct. 1st, 2010
To register, call Edie at 303-415-3755. Cash, check, or credit card.

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Location and Registration - Archive 2010

Teacher Information
Edie Stone
        teaching Peruvian Shamanism in Wales, 2008

Edie Stone, MA, is a Pachakuti Mesa teacher and a Level IV Apprentice of don Oscar Miro-Quesada.  She has been studying with don Oscar since 1999, and with other indigenous teachers from North and South America over the past 30 years.

Edie also values the wisdom and vision of her Celtic ancestors. She has studied with Frank Owen MacEowen, Tom Cowan, Mara Freeman, Geo Cameron, and is currently studying Celtic and British mystical traditions with R. J. Stewart at The StarHouse near Boulder. 

Edie is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Shamanic Journey Guide.  She has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado, specializing in Soul-Centered Counseling, Holistic Psychotherapy, and Heart-Vision Shamanic Journeys.

She is also a member of the Colorado Welsh Society.


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Supply list for Saturday workshop OCTOBER 2010

Participants should bring the following items to create their personal mesa (floor altar):
For the Despacho (a mandala offering) that we will create for Pachamama/Mother Earth. 
Any of the following that you can bring will be appreciated.  We will share, so no one needs to bring everything:



LINK: Chakra Journey Workshop, Feb. 18-19, 2011
See Exploring Celtic Spirituality
See Complete Events List, 2010
See Edie's Presentations in Wales & England, Summer 2008
See more LINKS
See Archive of past ShamanStone events
          2012: Merlin's Prophecies, Peruvian Shamanism, and the Mayan Calendar - June 2009
         
Ceremonies for the Earth - Earth Day 2010 events with Benny Blue Thunder Lebeau
          Ceremonies for Mother Earth - Peruvian Shamanic Traditions - Oct. 2010
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