Tending to Wildfires

by May 26, 2022

This is a Shamanism Without Borders Call-to-Action.

These past weeks New Mexico has experienced consistent high winds and a wildfire of unprecedented proportion. Please join Shamanism Without Borders Community Leader Lisha Hengeveld for a Rapid Response Community Call-To-Action tending to the land and peoples affected. We will use the Shamanism Without Borders journeywork style tending process to learn what we may do to be of service in lending our attention to this situation.

HOW TO PREPARE
Create a sacred ceremonial space where you will not be disturbed by other people or loud noises. You may wish to have a comfortable place to sit or lie down during the journey process. If you are able, set up a small altar and/ or light a candle. You are also welcome to drum or rattle along, or use other shamanic tools of your own.

This was live on May 26th, 2022 but doing the tending anytime is helpful.

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Visit our Facebook Group to share comments about your journey, or visit the Shamanism Without Borders page to learn more about how you can get involved with this meaningful work.

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Annalisha Hengeveld

Annalisha Hengeveld

Lisha is a Power Path trained shamanic practitioner and SWB Community Leader with the Society for Shamanic Practice. She has had the amazing opportunity to connect directly with the lineages and healing practices of the Huichol in Mexico and the Shipibo in the Amazon of Peru. She includes this deep-rooted work of song, feathers, rattle and drum, to hold powerful space for each person in their Shamanic Healing session. Lisha has a background in bodywork and trauma release and is attentive to the connectivity and relationships among our many layers of being. Available for sessions, in person or remotely, as well as house clearings and blessings. Call/text (812) 345-7939
Lisha is a Power Path trained shamanic practitioner and SWB Community Leader with the Society for Shamanic Practice. She has had the amazing opportunity to connect directly with the lineages and healing practices of the Huichol in Mexico and the Shipibo in the Amazon of Peru. She includes this deep-rooted work of song, feathers, rattle and drum, to hold powerful space for each person in their Shamanic Healing session. Lisha has a background in bodywork and trauma release and is attentive to the connectivity and relationships among our many layers of being. Available for sessions, in person or remotely, as well as house clearings and blessings. Call/text (812) 345-7939
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