$500 Canadian with some sliding scale spaces
Co-led by Shauna Janz & Seyta Selter
Everyone has loving and wise ancestors, and by reaching out for their support we access tremendous vitality for personal and family healing. In addition to supporting repairs with living family, our ancestors encourage healthy self-esteem and help us to clarify our destiny, relationships, and work in the world.
Participants will learn to relate safely and directly with family ancestors, both helpful guides and the dead in need of assistance. The work will closely follow Dr. Daniel Foor’s book, Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing. Expect to engage lineage ancestors in heart-centered ritual through prayer/song, visioning practices, and group dialogue. There are no prerequisites, however, prior experience with inner work and relating with spirit guides/teachers are both helpful.
Folks new to ancestor work, adoptees, and those with a tough experience of family are warmly welcome. The training will be a trauma-aware, multicultural ritual container that embraces the relationship of ancestral engagement with cultural healing and decolonization work. Spaces are limited, and cost is $500 Canadian for the three full days (10am-5pm each day). There will be break for lunch each day (lunch not included).
We are strongly committed to keeping the work accessible to people of diverse backgrounds and variable means while also supporting our teaching staff. First Nations folks and other historically persecuted ancestries (as well as folks serving such populations) are welcome to join if needed on the lower-priced end of registration as available. If you would like to help us to keep this work accessible or if you have enjoyed financial assistance previously and wish to extend this gift to others, please consider donating to our scholarship fund. For details see: ancestral lineage healing intensives.
This intensive is Friday-Sunday, from 10am to 5pm each day, with a lunch break (lunch not included). Cost for this three-day intensive is $500CAD. We have reserved a third of spaces at scholarship rates. These are on a first-come first-served basis and especially designated for disadvantaged groups. Please select the option that best fits your needs. Installment plans are available for each option using PayPal or credit card.
Register for $500CAD (or 4 payments of $135). The regular price of this event.
Scholarship spaces are currently filled. To be added to the scholarship waitlist, please email: email@example.com.
Shauna Janz, MA, (Victoria, BC, Canada) is dedicated to nurturing community and belonging – within ourselves, with each other, and with the more-than-human world. Since 2008, she has been companioning others in healing and wholeness through individual and family grief support, trauma-informed education and group process, and more recently, through community grief rituals and ancestral lineage healing. She is a highly somatic intuitive creature who finds sacred communion through creative expression, music, singing and dance. Shauna resides on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish Lekwungen nation. Her people are from Scotland, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, and Scandinavia. For more info see: www.shaunajanz.com.
Seyta Selter, MA (Olympia, WA) believes that relating with the unseen is a natural, enriching aspect of human experience and has a pragmatic approach. She is a present and focused ritualist with an MA in East-West Psychology and a background in depth psychology and teaching consciousness and dream studies in college. She currently focuses on supporting community as the Operations & Development Wizard here at Ancestral Medicine and leading ritual ancestral lineage healing events. Her ancestors hail from the Jewish diaspora, continental Europe, and the British Isles. For more info see: www.innerlands.org.
We acknowledge this event is taking place on the unceded ancestral lands of the Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueam, and Squamish peoples, who are welcome to join this event by donation or gifting. We encourage participants to become educated on the history of the land and to support local First Nations organizations.
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