Shamanic Healing Training Starts September 10: Healing with the Mesayok Medicine Spiral
Aug 30, 2016 11:10PM
Spiritual healer and teacher Eileen O’Hare will offer the Mesayok Medicine Spiral, a healing training inspired by the mystical tradition from the Andes, at the Healing House in Beacon. Training will take place the second Saturday of every month for 12 months beginning September 10. O’Hare has been offering Spiral since 2004.
“Nature is the greatest healer,” she says. “Spiral teaches us how to become aware of thoughts, feelings and actions that hold us hostage to self-defeating patterns. We create powerful relationships with the world of living energies around and within us that empower our healing. Change is tough—we can’t make lasting change alone. We need a loving teacher, powerful teachings and a community to hold us while we become who we truly are.”
O’Hare’s Spiral circles feature “journeying, ritual, ceremony, deep personal work, chanting, drumming, dancing, trips to local sacred sites, excursions to local river and mountain spirits, and processing with lots of love, support and laughter.” Participants will learn to work with the five elements, the four directions and the three worlds. An email group keeps members connected from circle to circle.
“If you’ve done the Munay-Ki rites and are looking for more from this powerful lineage, Spiral can help you expand deepen your experience,” she says.