Wild and Home
Understanding that we are connected, to everything, is fundamentally the essence of shamanism. For tens of thousands of years a shamanic way of being has existed in our culture and within us. Being connected actually allows us to live life fully… a level of consciousness that allows for the enjoyment of all our human experiences to flow and be sustainable in all regards.
At the root of how to create this connection are the senses. One central understanding within shamanism is that what it is to be human, in essence, is to feel. It is though our collective senses that we feel the individual that we are.
The shamanic way is to learn how through direct experience, often encountering the unknown along the way. By integrating our awakened bodily senses with the mind and with our life force, such experiences can bring us into balance, wisdom and joy. The depth, fullness and quality of which, allows us to discern ourselves, what it is to be alive and all that is life.
The Shamanic Way
Shamanism is the oldest known form of spirituality. Yet it is more accurate to describe it as a way of understanding, being and living. It is nature’s way and as such is universal spiritual wisdom. Shamanism is therefore our human heritage.
We offer shamanic practices and sensory based experiences to bring you fully into your body and life. Such as: vision quest, darkness work, various forms of journeying, solo time in nature, ritual and ceremony, movement, music, song as well as conscious touch.
Belonging and Free
Our ethos at Wild and Home is to provide ways to explore your own unique way and deepen those connections. In this way it is your shamanism. Meaning, to forge your own relationship with the spirit of life, the land, the elements and to yourself.
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