ABOUT THIS AUDIO
There have been recent and past events related to Gun Violence that led us to this tending. In fact, someone mentioned to me that today, April 20th is the 22nd anniversary of Columbine. I’m sure, we have all heard or read in the news of the shootings in Atlanta and Boulder and as recent as this past weekend of the shootings in Indianapolis, Kenosha, and Austin. Since January of this year, there have been a total of 130 mass shootings encompassing 33 states. Then there are also the incidences of domestic and police violence and other acts of violent crime. All of which adds up the tens of thousands in all states.
Gun Violence leaves a lot of trauma, fear and emotions within many individuals, victims, families, communities, and places (the land and buildings), and this remains long after the life altering event has occurred. In addition, every occurrence builds on the trauma and debris within the collective. I have heard trauma defined as “undigested information” which needs to be processed and cleared.
From a neutral place of non-judgment, Dave and Tally McCormack will guide us through this tending using the Shamanism Without Borders process.
HOW TO PREPARE
Create sacred space in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed by other people or loud noises. Set up a small altar, light a candle, and have your shamanic tools nearby. You are welcome to rattle or drum along during the shamanic journey process.