Tending to Your Own Backyard

by Audio, Shamanism Without Borders (Audio)

About this Audio

Powerful change happens in the world when we attend to what needs addressing within ourselves. This Tending To Your Own Backyard ceremony will use the Shamanism Without Borders process to illuminate what needs attention within ourselves and the hyperlocal spaces in which we live. As we bring balance to these inner spaces, our steadiness lays the foundation for equilibrium to expand naturally into the world around us.


Create sacred ceremonial space in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed by other people or loud noises. Make a small altar, light a candle and have your drum, and rattle available. Make sure your place is comfortable and allow yourself to be fully present.

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