Shamanism

Trust, Flow, Love, Be

August 11, 2017

By Hedy Minten, CCSS Circle Member ~ Surrender, photo by Hedy Minten In our Spirit Canoe, we sit, ready to embark. The river winds ahead.

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Pillars of Light – Preparing our Vessels Part 3: Becoming Soft Like Water

July 26, 2017

By Jane Large (CCSS Circle Member) It is no wonder that water is universally loved and desired. Waters nourished us inside and out- it not

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The Light Within

July 20, 2017

By Nancy Yule, CCSS Circle Member My paddle slices into Her The Lady in the Lake is dark, beautiful, sleek and mysterious She whispers my

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Pillars of Light – Preparing our Vessel Part 2: Cracking Open, Not Broken

July 5, 2017

By Jane Large (CCSS Member) In Japan, Kintsukuroi, is the ancient art of mending broken or cracked pottery with gold or silver. In this tradition,

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Pillars of Light – Preparing our Vessels, Part 1

June 22, 2017

By Jane Large (CCSS Member) If we could gaze upon each other with our Creator Eyes, the clearest and truest eyes we have, we would

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Horse Medicine

May 4, 2017

By Trae Robinson (CCSS Member) One of the earliest teachings I heard as a student of shamanism was that the drum was the horse we

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Flowing and Growing

April 27, 2017

By Gwenith Kikkawa (CCSs Member) Once there grew a city of many kinds of trees. These trees were not like their rooted ancestors, however; they

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Song of Unity

April 19, 2017

By: Hedy Minten, Karin Watling & Gwenith Kikkawa (CCSS Members) Hearing the song of the geese soar across the vast sky, we are invited to

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Ebb and Flow

April 7, 2017

By Doug Mannen (CCSS member) Grandfather Sun was glowing a dull, reddish orange through the morning mist as I found myself floating gently on the

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The Call of Our Courageous Hearts

March 10, 2017

By Karin Watling, CCSS Member I have felt the stirring to Spring clean, to make room for new happenings and people and ways of being

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