Visionseeker Level 3: Shamanic Cosmology
Registration for this event will begin in early 2014.
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.
This is a powerful 5-day retreat for those wanting to create a more intrimate relationship with both their Higher Self/Oversoul as well as their Guide – their Oversoul's teacher. This retreat focuses primarily upon shamanic cosmology – where we use investigative shamanic fieldwork to explore the sacred dimensions where all mysteries, great and small, may become known. Our connections with our oversoul, as well as our committee of elder spirit teachers, will be deepened and broadened, fine-tuning our ability to do divination work among other things.
In our explorations of the geography of the Upper Worlds, we will attempt to learn more about the destiny of souls, as well as those localities where the most creative work of souls is accomplished. In the process, each may find enhanced connection with the benevolent forces who are poised to help us through the coming times of change and societal transformation. We will also address the issue of authentic initiation.
The Visionseeker 2 and 3 workshops will be most useful to those who have previously taken Visionseeker 1 as they form a continuity with VS1 focused upon the personal self, VS2 upon the social self (who is of service), and VS3 upon the cosmic self. But all who are familiar with the shamanic journeywork method and in touch with their helping spirits are welcome to register. If in doubt, please contact Hank or Jill before registering. If you have not attended a retreat you should be familiar with the material in the 6-CD set The Spiritwalker Teachings: Journeys for the Modern Mystic.
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.