Shamanic Voices & Cadair Idris Centre for Shamanic Studies Present:
Exploring the Craft of Seidr
With Shenoah Taylor, Christine Mark and Jane Shutt
This experiential online training is offered via Zoom
Saturday 23rd March 2024 10.00-6.30pm UK time
Seidr is a Nordic oracular shamanic tradition that uses the staff, the song and a ritual seat as key elements enabling the seidr worker to connect with the spirit world. The earliest accounts of working with song and the staff are from the Icelandic Sagas. They tell of Volvas – men and women who worked with the song and the staff – offering hope, healing and information to individuals and communities.
During our time together we will explore working with the staff, the song and the seat for ourselves, each other and in community.
We will look at the qualities needed to allow song and power to flow easily through us to bring information, healing and power as we deepen our shamanic practice. As we allow the craft of seidr to teach and inspire us we discover how this ancient tradition can support us in modern times.
Attendance will enable you to attend the seidr practice afternoons that run on Zoom.
This course is for those new to seidr as well as those who want to revisit the basics. Participants need to have journey experience and have completed The Shamanic Journey introductory course or another agreed equivalent or worked one to one with a shamanic practitioner. Please get in touch if you are unsure if your previous experience will enable you to attend.
Cost: £95 – some concessionary places available, please contact shenoah@shenoahtaylor for more information
Date: Saturday 23rd March 2024
Times: 10.00am – 6.30m UK time
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If you have any questions please contact
Shenoah on 07941544961or firstname.lastname@example.org