When I’m out of balance, I feel scattered in my thoughts, actions and energy. I’m tired, but I can’t sleep decent, I worry about things instead of being open and curious, and I tend to lack confidence in myself and others.
Being out of balance happens for me when I over commit my time and energy. Sometimes, a difficult event can knock me off my balancing practice, like a loss of a loved one or a life change.
Other times, I actually think that I’m doing OK with the opportunities life is sending me, but
slowly, I can feel my energy draining. I start feeling out-of-sorts. I become impatient and irritable. If I ignore those symptoms and neglect to take time to “Balance” myself, a low-grade depression can set in.
Although, it’s not always convenient, when I feel “out of balance”, I have a need to slow things down, clear the calendar a bit and do the things that fill me up.
Everyone has their own unique way of bringing themselves back into balance, for me, it’s spending time with my furry friends. Whether I’m cleaning pens, giving William a good scratching, walking the posse in the woods and fields or lounging around, being with my animals brings me back into " A Balanced" state.
Discovering activities that bring a sense of peace and well-being in our lives helps us with our "Balancing Act”.
Upcoming Events at Crow Moon Healing Bed and Breakfast
1) "Connecting with Divine Spirit through Shamanism"
A two-day basic shamanism workshop led by Debra Morrill
November 17-18 2018
Saturday, November 17 from 9am-9pm
Sunday, November 18 from 9am-4pm
From the beginning of time, indigenous cultures on every continent shared a shamanic spiritual view. Our forebears lived close to the earth, deeply in tune with her cycles and seasons, the elements and nature. In this connection, they found their spirituality. They believed that every living being had a spirit- not just people, but also animals, trees, stones, and plants. They commonly traveled into the spirit realm to communicate and interact with power animals, spirit guides and nature spirits. Through exploring the basics of shamanism, we can rekindle our connection to the divine and develop our ability to communicate directly with Spirit to receive guidance on our spiritual path.
In this two-day experiential workshop, you will:
Debra Morrill, B.A., has a shamanic healing practice in Prairie du Sac, Wi. She specializes in compassionate repossession, ancestral healing and curse unraveling. She leads a six-month ancestral healing circle and a two-year shamanic training program. Visit her website at debramorrill.com for more information about shamanism, spirituality and personal healing.
Cost for the two-day basic shamanism workshop:
$330 with early registration by November 8- OR- $375 after November 8. Meals included in the workshop fee: snacks, lunch on Saturday, breakfast on Sunday and lunch on Sunday. Healthy and delicious food is served, with gluten-free options. Dinner on Saturday evening is potluck style before the evening fire ceremony and celebration. Basic lodging is available at Crow Moon Healing for no extra charge. There are a variety of beds, air mattresses and sofas available. Or bring a tent and camp.
Registration or more information:
Contact Debra Morrill at 608-279-4319 or email email@example.com.
2) NEXT 2.5 YEAR SHAMANIC MEDICINE WHEEL/TRAINING PROGRAM BEGINS FEBRUARY 2019
The Shamanic Path: a 2.5-year shamanic medicine wheel and training
program based on core shamanic healing techniques led by Debra Morrill
Begins February 1-3, 2019, and meets one weekend every three months
Begins Friday evening at 7 pm and runs through Sunday afternoon at 4 pm
Crow Moon Healing • a spiritual B&B located in rural Sauk City, WI
"The Shamanic Path" is a 2.5-year medicine wheel program combining personal healing work and training in core shamanic healing techniques. It brings about lasting growth and personal transformation. It is designed for:
* those who want to use shamanic techniques for their personal healing journey
* those who are drawn to shamanism to deepen their connection with Spirit
* those who wish to begin a shamanic healing practice (formal or informal) or to fold shamanic healing techniques into an existing alternative health practice (such as massage or reiki)
Walking the medicine wheel is a way of shedding old patterns and beliefs that no longer serve us. When the unhealed wounds of the past are brought out into the light for healing, deep transformation results. In doing this work, we embody more of our True Self. Shamans are often referred to as "wounded healers." In combining a training program along with personal healing work, we make medicine out of our past. Healing ourselves restores harmony to our being, allows us to practice the work with integrity and compassion, and prepares us for being of service to others.
"The Shamanic Path" training program meets 10 weekends over 2.5 years - one weekend every three months. It begins February 1-3, 2019, and takes place at Crow Moon Healing Bed & Breakfast in rural Sauk City, WI. The base price of each weekend is $440 (which includes lodging and breakfast). Each weekend begins Friday evening with opening circle at 7 pm and runs through Sunday afternoon with closing circle at 4 pm.
This training program is appropriate for intermediate experience levels. Some pre-requisites are required, such as the ability to receive information during shamanic journeys and prior attendance at a two-day basic shamanism workshop.
There is a practicum option available for participants who wish to go into shamanic practice working directly with clients.
For more information about "The Shamanic Path" medicine wheel/training program beginning in February 2019, please request a brochure by replying to this email with your physical mailing address.
The registration process includes filling out an application and having a 30-minute phone interview. If you are interested in participating in the “The Shamanic Path” 2.5-year program, please let me know of your interest. To register or for more information, please contact Debra Morrill at 608-279-4319 or firstname.lastname@example.org.