Spiral Training Based on Andean Mystical Tradition
If you're called to do deep healing work on yourself or others, this training is invaluable.
In October and again in November, Eileen O’Hare will teach an introduction to the Mesayok Medicine Spiral, a healing intensive inspired by the Andean mystical tradition. The course is a prerequisite for a more comprehensive, multipart training she will offer next year.
“If you're called to do deep healing work on yourself or others, this training is invaluable,” says O’Hare, who has taught Spiral since 2004. “Nature is the greatest healer. We create powerful alliances with the world of living energies around and within us to fuel our moving forward in life. Spiral offers a safe and sacred container for us to become aware of thoughts, feelings and actions that hold us hostage to self-defeating patterns…. If you’ve done the Munay-Ki rites and are looking for more, Spiral expands your experience.”
She will offer the intro course on two weekends: October 14 and 15, and November 11 and 12. Course hours are Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 2018 Spiral training will be held the second Saturday and Sunday of January, April, July, September and December, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., both days.
O’Hare leads trainings and circles— including a women’s healing circle on Monday nights and shamanic healing sessions on Thursday nights—at the Healing House in Beacon. Email groups keep members connected from circle to circle, she says.
For more info, call 845.831.5790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.