Lena illuminates the shamanic understanding of how patterns are created within individuals, communities and the land following traumatic experiences. This experiential audio will guide you to begin working with and changing patterns that have settled into your instinctive center, as well as to extend healing to communities and places on the earth where traumas have occurred.

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