Tasara Jen Stone



Tasara Jen Stone

About me

Tasara Jen Stone brings to us her decades of experience crafting ceremonies and facilitating public gatherings in the Pacific Northwest since the mid-’90s. A life-long practitioner of earth-based, pagan spirituality, she is known for her informal leadership style and her welcoming spaces. She is a former workshop organizer for the Foundation for Shamanic Studies and Betsy Bergstrom, and has trained extensively in core shamanism. Others she has studied with include Sandra Ingerman, Leslie Conton, Tom Cowan and Bhola Banstola.

Her new book, The Ancient Bones of Ceremony: Remembering the Heartfelt Ways, is a ceremonial journey in itself. Tasara Stone’s lyrical writing, which includes prayers, blessings, and paeans of gratitude, transports us to a sacred landscape where our heart’s needs are treated with utmost care. We tune into the light that glows at our core, connecting us to all of life. We spend time with Mother Earth and her elemental spirits, who teach us to walk the sacred spiral path. We learn about the importance of aligning ourselves with the cycles of growing and dying, accepting and letting go.


Her blog, Ravenspeak, is at http: //ravenspeaks.littlelight.info/.


Lake Forest Park





Experience Level

Shamanic Practitioner or Teacher

Shamanic Lineage or Training

Core Shamanism, Other

My Service Offerings

Shamanic Healing, Coaching & Counseling, Workshops & Trainings, Books, Shamanism Without Borders Community Leader