Join Our Next Call-to-Action
Tending to HUCHA
Tuesday, June 9th @ 1-2PM MDT | Cost: FREE
Come together through the power of community and help to generate a greater impact within the world.
Many heavy energies are being shaken loose from us during these transitional times. Join our Board President, Jaime Meyer, as we come together through the power of community to cleanse and refine those heavy energies from Mother Earth.
Note: These are audio-only ceremonies. Upon entering the ceremony space, all participants will be placed on mute with video sharing capability turned off. Due to the increasing size of participants, it is recommended to arrive in the space early. The meeting space will open at 12:45 PM MDT.
HOW TO PREPARE
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.
Each ceremony will be recorded and made available on the website following the ceremony for those who want to listen at a later time or more than once. An email with the audio recording will be sent out as a reminder.
Tue, Jun 9 @ 1PM MDT
Led by Jaime Meyer
**If you have an active membership with the Society for Shamanic Practice or have signed up for a Call-to-Action event in the past, you will be automatically invited to all future Call-to-Action events and do not need to sign up again**
Past & Future Events
Working with Fire
Working With Water
Working With Air
Working With Earth
Tending to COVID 19
Tending to Hucha
June 9th, 1-2PM MDT
July 14th, 1-2PM MDT
August 11th, 1-2PM MDT
Sep 8th, 1-2PM MDT
Oct 14th, 1-2PM MDT
Nov 10th, 1-2PM MST
Dec 8th, 1-2PM MST
What does an SWB process look like?
The general outline of an SWB process is as follows. This process is facilitated by one of our trained community leaders and does not require experience to be a participant.
- Introducing the issue that requires tending
- Opening, protecting and calling allies into a ceremonial container
- Journeying from a place of neutrality for instructions
- Tending to the situation based on the information given
- Blessing what was tended
- Thanking and releasing the container
“When we prepare for our healing ceremonies, we journey to the spirit of the situation to look for guidance. This might be the spirit of the land, the soul of a community, country or the spirit of a culture, or collective consciousness. We ask the simple question, “What would be the most effective way that we can be of service?”. Sometimes the answer is clear. Sometimes it is unexpected. Sometimes the answer is to not do any ceremony at all.
Because we conduct this journey with the assistance of our tried and true spirit friends of kindness, we can trust that their answers come from a place more resourced than we could find on our own. This sacred listening practice is revelatory and healing to all beings. As we are all connected through unseen webs, answering the call for healing in this way brings healing to ourselves as well, through a beautiful circle of offering and gratitude. Blessed be.”
~Provided by SWB Community Leader Tasara Jen Stone
What tools are recommended to use during an SWB process?
We suggest being in a ceremonial space, setting up an altar and lighting a candle. You may also want to have any tools you already work with such as a drum, rattle, feathers, tobacco, crystals, etc.
How can I continue the tending process or receive additional support?
Feel free to continue connecting through our member’s forum.
If you are interested in learning more about the practice of Shamanism Without Borders and how to facilitate this meaningful work, we invite you to join our network and gain instant access to a free 3-part audio training by visiting please visit shamanicpractice.org/swb for more info.
What if I can't make the call time?
A recording will be made available on this page and in the audio section of our website following each call.
How can I learn more about Shamanism Without Borders?
You can visit our Shamanism Without Borders page to learn more.