Changing Your Story

by Oct 9, 2019

We all have parts of our story that we wish to change. Consider your story to be a collection of experiences. What parts of your story would you like to change and what can you do about it, now? Lena assists us in clearing some of the threads of our tapestry, releasing those parts of the story we wish to change. In closing, we fill these spaces with new frequencies of what we want to bring into our lives.

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Lena Stevens

Lena Stevens

Lena Stevens is an internationally known teacher, shamanic practitioner, CSEE board member and SSP board member. She apprenticed for 10 years with a Huichol shaman from Mexico and has studied cross-cultural shamanic healing from numerous traditions including those from the Amazon basin, Native North America, Northern Europe and Siberia. One of her specialties is the woven song tradition of the Shipibo tribe in the Peruvian Amazon, the singing of Icaros or healing songs. Lena is the co-author of The Secrets of Shamanism: How to Tap the Spirit Power Within and a contributor to The Power Path School of Shamanism.
Lena Stevens is an internationally known teacher, shamanic practitioner, CSEE board member and SSP board member. She apprenticed for 10 years with a Huichol shaman from Mexico and has studied cross-cultural shamanic healing from numerous traditions including those from the Amazon basin, Native North America, Northern Europe and Siberia. One of her specialties is the woven song tradition of the Shipibo tribe in the Peruvian Amazon, the singing of Icaros or healing songs. Lena is the co-author of The Secrets of Shamanism: How to Tap the Spirit Power Within and a contributor to The Power Path School of Shamanism.
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  1. Tari Johnson

    Thank you Lena. Sending blessings to you also. 🙏🏼❤️

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