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  • Zoom – The Medicine Wheel: Nature, Personal and Transpersonal Choices

    Zoom – The Medicine Wheel: Nature, Personal and Transpersonal Choices

    The Medicine Wheel map of life will be our guide and foundation to explore the different environments of our lives and the archetypal energies that are part of forming the experience of life.  Each of the four directions; South, West, North and East hold vast energies of the map of life.

  • Leo Rutherford MA Holistic psychology, Shamanic Practitioner for 34 years

    Zoom – Ageing and The Medicine Wheel: On becoming an Elder or an old person?

    In ancient cultures, elders were revered for their wisdom, today they are more likely to end up in old age homes. We need Elders with a lifetime of accumulated wisdom to guide us into a new creative, trustworthy, integrated, wise and joyful way of being.

  • Medicine Wheel

    Vitality, Life Force, Passion, Intent, Dream @ Clophill, Beds.

    If you were to imagine a life of your choice and then enter into it, what would it feel like, how would it be, what would be the joys, the challenges, the bliss and the overcoming, the Learning, the Giveaway and the Receiving?

  • Star Maiden

    Unstick Your Life! @ Clophill, Beds.

    The Circle unravels our life issues, shows us the source of them and guides us to potent places where we can affect real change. It show how we tend to get caught in the powerlessness of chasing our own tail, our own limiting patterns and habits, and it challenges us to free ourselves from those patterns and change our future.

  • Trance Movement Explorations

    With Leo Rutherford, multi-instrumentalist Paul Cerigo and sound healer Ruth Humming Ford.
    Trance-Dance brings together body movement, dynamic rhythms and healing sounds, stimulating a trance state that promotes awakenings, mental clarity, emotional well-being and spiritual insights.

  • Steps of the Shamanic Journey

    I call the work contemporary shamanism because whilst it is based on the teaching of the ancient shamans – the “wise ones” and visionaries of the old cultures – it is nevertheless modern in approach and deals with the issues and difficulties of contemporary life. Shamanism has always been a non-dogmatic, adaptable set of philosophies, attitudes and pragmatic solutions as it has always responded to the needs of the people of the time.