- March 4-5, 2017
- 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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. Susan Mokelke leads the participants in a series of experiential exercises to learn the fundamental methods for successful shamanic journeying including the use of classic shamanic drumming to access the shamanic state of consciousness to receive answers to important life questions and to do healing work. This workshop is a prerequisite for all advanced workshops and training courses given by faculty members of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. shamanism.org
13 BBS/RN CEs available (MFT, LCSW, RN)
Susan Mokelke, JD, is the president of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. She has co-taught and trained extensively with Michael Harner and leads the FSS faculty. She is an experienced teacher of the FSS introductory and advanced weekend workshops, as well as 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, and she edits the FSS annual journal Shamanism, as well as maintaining an active shamanic healing practice. See Susan Mokelke's full bio here.