ONLINE COURSE

Spring

Initiations: A Life of Ritual

with Dr. Daniel Foor

May – June 2022
Begins May 1st

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Spring teachings explore the journey from conception through the passage into adolescence.

Spring practices emphasize voice and invocation, boundaries and ritual safety, and calling back personal power. Deeper themes include the mysteries of incarnation, sacred pleasure, and soul-level fragmentation versus wholeness.

Spring Investment

To register for the full course, click here.
Standard Full Payment
$ 450
USD
  • This investment supports the Ancestral Medicine team and allows us to extend financial access to those who need it. Recommended for those with medium to high levels of resources.
Sliding Scale - Sustainer Level
$ 375
USD
  • This investment will allow us to cover the cost of course production and the labor of our staff and course supporters.
Sliding Scale - Supported Level
$ 300
USD
  • This investment is available for individuals with fewer resources and less access to wealth to join at a further reduced rate.

Money-back Guarantee

If you’re not satisfied with the course after having engaged the first lesson, you may request a full refund for the Spring series by May 13th.

Spring Curriculum

1 Lesson One
2 Lesson Two
3 Lesson Three
Lesson One

Lesson One: Infancy, Voice, and Invocation

  • Explore sacred aspects of conception, birth, and early childhood
  • Consider the role of language and culture in early development
  • Focus on the ritual skills of prayer, song, appeal, and invocation
  • Learn tangible ways to utilize and strengthen invocation practices
  • Enjoy resources on stages of consciousness and early childhood 
Lesson One: Infancy, Voice, and Invocation
Lesson Two

Lesson Two: Childhood, Boundaries, and Safety

  • Explore key developmental milestones and challenges of childhood  
  • Gently reflect on your early life in light of your personal boundaries today
  • Affirm connections between physical, psychological, and spiritual safety
  • Learn effective practices for establishing ritual safety and boundaries 
  • Enjoy resources on animism, childhood, and ritual for young people
Lesson Two: Childhood, Boundaries, and Safety
Lesson Three

Lesson Three: Embodiment, Pleasure, and Being Whole

  • Explore the mysteries of incarnation and embodiment over a lifespan
  • Affirm body, sex, and pleasure positivity in support of embodiment
  • Reflect on remedies for the fragmentation of soul, power, and psyche
  • Engage in practices to welcome back and celebrate aspects of self
  • Enjoy resources on non-duality, embodiment, and cultivating presence 
Lesson Three: Embodiment, Pleasure, and Being Whole
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Lesson One: Infancy, Voice, and Invocation

  • Explore sacred aspects of conception, birth, and early childhood
  • Consider the role of language and culture in early development
  • Focus on the ritual skills of prayer, song, appeal, and invocation
  • Learn tangible ways to utilize and strengthen invocation practices
  • Enjoy resources on stages of consciousness and early childhood 
Lesson One: Infancy, Voice, and Invocation

Lesson Two: Childhood, Boundaries, and Safety

  • Explore key developmental milestones and challenges of childhood  
  • Gently reflect on your early life in light of your personal boundaries today
  • Affirm connections between physical, psychological, and spiritual safety
  • Learn effective practices for establishing ritual safety and boundaries 
  • Enjoy resources on animism, childhood, and ritual for young people
Lesson Two: Childhood, Boundaries, and Safety

Lesson Three: Embodiment, Pleasure, and Being Whole

  • Explore the mysteries of incarnation and embodiment over a lifespan
  • Affirm body, sex, and pleasure positivity in support of embodiment
  • Reflect on remedies for the fragmentation of soul, power, and psyche
  • Engage in practices to welcome back and celebrate aspects of self
  • Enjoy resources on non-duality, embodiment, and cultivating presence 
Lesson Three: Embodiment, Pleasure, and Being Whole

About the Instructor

Dr Daniel Foor

Daniel Foor, PhD

Dr. Foor is a licensed psychotherapist, doctor of psychology, and the author of Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing. He is an initiate in the Òrìṣà tradition of Yoruba-speaking West Africa and has learned from teachers of Mahayana Buddhism, Islamic Sufism, and the older ways of his English and German ancestors. Daniel is passionate about training aspiring leaders and change makers in the intersections of cultural healing, animist ethics, and applied ritual arts. He lives with his wife and daughters in Western North Carolina, homeland of Cherokee peoples.

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