Sandra Ingerman, MA

The power of ceremony - working in relationship with the divine

 
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In today's episode, you will learn more about:

  • The Shamanic Journey - the wounded healer πŸ‘

  • Initiations - β€œEvery single change in life is seen as an initiations and small deaths. Every time we go through one of these little deaths, our ego starts to be sculpted away and we can step more into our spiritual self. We go through these death experiences that lead to a rebirth, that’s the power that Shamanism and nature teaches us about. There’s the death but there’s always the rebirth. Where we let go and move into a deeper state of illumination.”

  • How can we navigate more gracefully through little deaths?

  • The Power of Ceremonies

  • Step aside and lift up from our human-ness into our authentic spirit selves, who we are beyond our body and our mind.

  • Working with the forces of nature & creating an intention 🌷

  • Ceremonial walks & blessing work πŸšΆπŸΎβ€β™€οΈ

  • β€œEvery minute of our lives is a ceremony.”

  • The beautiful practice of a Prayer Tree/Wishing Tree. 🌲

  • Tangible ceremonial ideas for the everyday person can use.

  • Affecting the web of life.

  • Sandra shares a simple ceremony that you can do to support humanity / Radiating Light

  • Group Ceremonies

  • Plus, much more…

Mentions: Lynne McTaggart’s book: The Power of 8

 

About Sandra:

Sandra Ingerman, MA, is an award winning author of twelve books, including Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self, Medicine for the Earth, Walking in Light, and The Book of Ceremony: Shamanic Wisdom for Invoking the Sacred into Everyday Life. She is the presenter of eight audio programs produced by Sounds True, and she is the creator of the Transmutation App. Sandra is a world renowned teacher of shamanism and has been teaching for more than 30 years. She has taught workshops internationally on shamanic journeying, healing, and reversing environmental pollution using spiritual methods. Sandra is recognized for bridging ancient cross-cultural healing methods into our modern culture addressing the needs of our times.

Sandra is known for gathering the global spiritual community together to perform powerful transformative ceremonies as well as inspires us to stand strong in unity so we do our own spiritual and social activism work while keeping a vision of hope and being a light in the world.

She is passionate about helping people to reconnect with nature. Since the 1980’s thousands of people have healed from past and present traumas through the classic cross cultural shamanic healing method Sandra teaches called Soul Retrieval.

She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and professional mental health counselor. She is also a board-certified expert on traumatic stress. She was awarded the 2007 Peace Award from the Global Foundation for Integrative Medicine. Sandra was chosen as one of the Top 10 Spiritual Leaders of 2013 by Spirituality and Health Magazine.

Sandra has two new books released in 2018. The Hidden Worlds was co-written with Katherine Wood and is a novel written for young adults to help them navigate the changing world. And The Book of Ceremony: Shamanic Wisdom for Invoking the Sacred Into Everyday Life was written for a shamanic and general audience on how to bring the sacred into daily life by performing shamanic ceremonies designed for our times and the challenges we are facing.

Visit Sandra online: www.sandraingerman.com

www.shamanicteachers.com

FB: www.facebook.com/SandraIngerman


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EP #14 - Rochelle Schieck

Through Movement, We Remember - Wise, Wild & Free

 
 
 

Episode #14

In Episode #14 on The Jen Mavros Show we commune with the graceful and gorgeous movement expert, founder of Qoya, Rochelle Schieck. 

Qoya means Queen in Quechuan [the indigenous language of the Shamans in South America], tradition of the wisdom keepers, a feminine manifestation of higher consciousness. It is a movement practice that combines yoga, dance and feminine movement to remember one's essence as wise, wild and free. It is through movement, we remember.

Wise: calling in the wisdom of yoga.

Wild: the creative expression of dance. 

Free: expanding our capacity to enjoy being in our bodies through feminine movement.

Rochelle and I heart-fully discuss an array of soul-tingling awesomeness.

As an author and thought leader of our time, Rochelle has been featured in outlets like New York Magazine, Oprah.com, The Telegraph, and Psychology Today.

This episode touched my heart and tapped me into being more deliberate and present, I have no doubt it will awaken something within you as well. 

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About Rochelle

Rochelle Schieck is the founder of Qoya.

Qoya combines movement, ritual, community and pilgrimage for women. Since its inception in 2009, she has trained hundreds of Qoya teachers, taught thousands of Qoya movement classes, and led dozens of retreats in the most sacred places on earth with one intention in mind: to remember, and to help others do the same. Her work has been featured in outlets like New York Magazine, Oprah.com, The Telegraph, and Psychology Today.

To learn more you can visit www.Qoya.love, read her book titled Qoya: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life that is Wise, Wild and Free

Explore www.lifestyleofreverence.com supporting people who feel the call to infuse meaning into their daily lives.

Be sure to visit Rochelle online to take a retreat, class or tap into her beautiful online Qoya videos.