Visionseeker Level 2: Spirit Medicine

Registration Details

Sun, 07/24/2016 - 5:00pm - Fri, 07/29/2016 - 12:00pm

To register by phone: Call 503-854-3320, Monday through Saturday from 9am to 4pm Pacific Time.

Accommodations and rates: Visit the reservations page at the Breitenbush website.

Note: Information for this workshop may not appear on the Breitenbush website until later in 2015, or the first part of 2016. Call Breitenbush for more information.

Course Description

In the Western world today, interest in complimentary and alternative therapies is on the rise, and increasing numbers of healthcare practitioners and laypersons alike are discovering the ease with which the healing modalities pioneered by the indigenous peoples can be learned and practiced.

At the core of this week's work lies an in depth cross-cultural consideration of the nature of illness, healing, and healthcare, in which participants will gain valuable experience in the practice of spirit medicine. We will expand our connections to our inner sources of wisdom and power, deepen our contacts with our spiritual healing masters, experience the initiatory phenomenon of spiritual dismemberment, work with the process of shamanic extraction, and work with a unique approach to soul retrieval.

The Visionseeker workshops provide a shamanic perspective derived from the Hawaiian kahuna tradition in which knowledge of the personal soul cluster, as well as the nature of reality, forms the foundation. This training will be most useful to those who have completed the Visionseeker I workshop or its equivalent.

Note: Bring a rattle, a drum, a notebook, a bandanna or eyeshade, and a light blanket. Please refrain from alcohol use during the workshop.

Location Information

Breitenbush Hotsprings Conference Center, 53000 Breitenbush Rd., Detroit, Oregon

Breitenbush is an inspiring and idyllic setting for learning, transformation and celebration. The hot springs at Breitenbush were created by a combination of volcanism and glaciation thousands of years ago. Native Americans were the first humans to visit the springs. Our distinguished presenters offer over 150 workshops, conferences and gatherings yearly.

Event Venues

West Hollywood, California, United States
Detroit, Oregon, United States
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Mountain View, California, United States
Big Sur, California, United States
Helena, Montana, United States
Hailey, Idaho, United States
Kealakekua, Hawaii, United States
Sacramento, California, United States
Hawi, Hawaii, United States
Asheville, North Carolina, United States
Duvall, Washington, United States
Portland, Oregon, United States
Kealakekua, Hawaii, United States
Sacramento, California, United States
Sonoma, California, United States
Rhinebeck, New York, United States
Haiku, Hawaii, United States
Sonoma, California, United States
Ukiah, California, United States