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Around the world shamans are called by many names, among them sorcerer, healer, walker between the worlds, or medicine man/woman.


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Have you ever wondered what a shaman does or whether they can help you in your daily life?

Tonight’s program, a panel moderated by  Larry Burk, MD, CEHP, will feature three local people who have studied and undergone rigorous training to become a practicing shaman.

Mara Bishop, Amelia Vogler and Riverdave Owen will share their perspectives on their role as Shaman, explain what  it is to journey, and the relationship of   power animals,  nature  and healing.

Shamans may inherit the role from their ancestors, come into it by surviving an accident or disease, display talent for it as a child, or  seek training on their own.

 They are excellent problem solvers, diagnosticians, psychologists, storytellers, teachers, and hypnotists, accessing power and information from nature, plants, animals, elements, and the spirit world.



Biographical Information

Mara Bishop is a shamanic practitioner, intuitive consultant, teacher, author, and artist. In her Personal Evolution Counseling™ practice in Durham, she combines shamanic healing, intuitive consultations, and energetic healing. She works with clients locally, nationally, and internationally. She is the author of Inner Divinity, Crafting Your Life with Sacred Intelligence, and the companion series of guided meditations.

She holds master’s degrees in Energy Medicine and Theology and a bachelor’s degree in Art and Communications. She is a graduate of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies Three–Year Program in Advanced Shamanism and Shamanic Healing, Sandra Ingerman’s Shamanic Teacher Training program, and advanced training with Betsy Bergstrom. Mara is a facilitator in the Shamanism Without Borders program, is the only Harner Certified Shamanic Counselor® in North Carolina, and is a Reiki Master Teacher.


Amelia Vogleris a healer, intuitive, and speaker based out of Durham, North Carolina. Her specialty is working with spiritual individuals to restore themselves after difficult life events. She uses various processes of re-remembering safety and essential qualities. Clients work with her to address the underlying soul-level imprints of systemic stress, illness, lack of grounding and how these impact their day to day choices in living a fulfilling life. She supports them in becoming re-connected with a deep sense of safety, access to their body’s innate healing wisdoms, and the opportunities to become abundantly creative. She is considered a specialist in Energy Medicine with advanced training in trauma work, past life work, complex relational patterns, and energy medicine in Surgery. She has a deep connection with the Earth and through her practice she weaves the wisdoms of our planet and also the underlying cosmological laws of the Universe that provide the models of the natural cycles necessary for deep healing. Her training in the earth-based knowings come from a long history with speaking with the elemental realm and training through a variety of indigenous practices. Website: www.AmeliaVogler.com

Riverdave Owen is a native of Durham and a student of natural history and shamanism.  He currently works as an herbalist and shares his experiences with plants through his Durham based program known as Tree Camp.

  He currently teaching a winter term course at Duke Continuing Studies on “THE TEACHING OF DON JUAN”.

 

 

 

 

January 25th, 2019 7:00 PM   through   9:00 PM
Phone: 919-309-4600
Admission
Admission $ 20.00
Rhine Member $ 15.00
Student & Senior Citizen $ 10.00
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