- April 6, 2013
- 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
- California Institute of Integral Studies, 1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
About the Workshop
"The Dying and Beyond class has by far been the most profound, and amazing class I've taken. Words just don't describe it."
Developed by Michael Harner after decades of research and experimentation, core shamanism consists of the universal, near-universal, and common features of shamanism, together with journeys to other worlds, that shamans use to enter a non-ordinary reality for problem solving, well-being, and healing. In this experiential workshop, participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of human souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. Experiences to be undertaken include learning how to become experientially familiar with the after-death realms, tracking a person using shamanic journeying, completing unfinished business, helping a person to cross over, and classic psychopomp work.
Prerequisite: the FSS Basic Workshop, The Way of the Shaman®.
About the Presenter
Susan Mokelke, JD, co-teaches with Michael Harner for the Foundation for Shamanic Studies and teaches the FSS Pacific Northwest summertime Three-Year Program of Advanced Initiations in Shamanism and Shamanic Healing. Her articles on shamanism include: "Ethical Considerations in Shamanic Healing," "Effective Core Shamanic Drumming Circles," and "Core Shamanism and Daily Life." She developed the new FSS workshop Shamanism Practicum: Guidelines for a Healthy Shamanic Practice, edits the FSS journal Shamanism Annual, and serves as the executive director of the foundation, as well as maintaining an active shamanic healing practice.
"Susan is filled with stories, grace, encouragement, authenticity, humor, and a strong sense of ethics. She demonstrates a vast knowledge and experience without any judging."