Shamanism Without BordersCommunity Leaders
Tasara Jen Stone
Tasara Jen Stone brings to us decades of experience in crafting ceremonies and facilitating public gatherings in the Pacific Northwest. 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 spend time with Mother Earth and her elemental spirits, who teach us to walk the sacred spiral path.
Shamanism Without Borders is a global response network of shamanic practitioners who tend to traumatic events and natural disasters. Each of the practitioners listed on this page is available to support individuals or communities who would like help tending to a recent event. Many of them also host ongoing community events, which you can learn more about by contacting them directly. Please visit our Shamanism Without Borders page or if you would like to learn more about participating in this meaningful work.