Fire and Bone, Oracles and Seers

shamanic web fractalLed by Peter Clark
April 6 & 7, 2019
9AM to 6PM

Keswick Ridge, New Brunswick, Canada

Tuition: $250 Canadian
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The art of divining – seeing beyond the obvious paths and potentials to bring new possibilities back into our ordinary lives – is an age-old, world wide shamanic practice. In this experiential workshop, you will utilize techniques which help broaden your perspective by connecting to Divine Source through your relationships with compassionate spirits. Learning to interpret the signs and messages is a critical aspect of divination. A comprehensive selection of techniques will be introduced and practiced, each designed in its own special way to encourage a compassionate opening and understanding of previously hidden pathways.

divining in the fireWhen we merge with a helping spirit, we bring into our physical and spirit bodies the power and insight of compassionate wisdom. This is the essence of entering a divining state – a level of awareness outside the small mind, outside ego judgments, beyond the edges of normal consciousness. The culmination is the return of this perception to our ordinary awareness with an interpretation that meshes with and enlivens our initial questions with new divine perspectives. Our hollow bone human self is filled with wisdom and knowledge beyond our humanness – filled with compassionate spiritual precognition.

Prerequisite: Shamanic Journey experience in the Upper and Lower worlds

 Selected comments from past participants:

"I was so looking forward to the Fire & Bone workshop. Well before the first day was over every kind of hope and expectation had been exceeded. In the language of another tradition, Peter was the Alchemist. Each of us came to the workshop with our bits of lead and by the end of the day, each of us was gleaming! Peter's song with that of his drum are the alembic that distills the extraordinary from the ordinary."

"It's obvious that the Spirits love Peter. Birds of a Feather."

"I can't describe how he [Peter] does it. It's as though he holds space by letting go and somehow "Let go" reverberates within the circle. It's so subtle and uncanny it only registers as personal experience, as movement, as inner impact–never as words. Upon reflection the experience can be difficult to put into words and to grasp hold of. Nonetheless, something happened, something shifted, the light is different. I find myself stopping mid-step to listen. To listen to the wind. To listen to my tea cup. To listen to soundless things. To "let go" is such a powerful lesson. To really take it in is to fly. I've got a lot to learn.”