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.
Saturday & Sunday – November 28-29th With Leo Rutherford At this time of worldwide upheaval and with the restrictions placed on us by authorities, the challenges to free speech and even freedom itself, this feels Continue reading…
With Leo Rutherford and Phil Greenwood Postponed till March 2021 Morning – Learn and experience how to build a sweatlodge in the way of the plains people of North America. How to build the special Continue reading…
Evolution Arts, Brighton. 10.30am – 5.30pm. With Leo Rutherford.
Maps of the Universe
When we go somewhere new, the first thing we usually do is check a map to help in plotting our course. But have you ever had a map of life? I didn’t until I discovered the Medicine Wheel – and what an extraordinary blessing it has been!
Sweatlodge, Visionquest, Sit spots, Flowering tree ceremonies. With Leo Rutherford & Phil Greenwood. We live on the land and we live off the land. However concreted over it may be, we still live on the land of Planet Earth. And however well wrapped in plastic and sanitised it may be, all our food comes from our Mother Earth.