Shamanism Without Borders for Recent Events (September 2017)

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In light of recent and continuing events, this month’s audio focuses on Shamanism Without Borders, a process to help bring healing for traumatic events that happen on the planet. This audio will guide you to connect with whatever recent event or conflict you may feel most called to serve – victims of the hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, the Syrian conflict or whatever shows up for you – and to receive your own information of how you can be of service at this time.

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