Radio: The Art of Dreaming

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Today on Going Shamanic, your host Jennifer Engracio interviews Marilyn Keffer on the show.
You will hear what it means to really dream – in both the sleeping world and the waking world. You will gain tools and tips on how dreaming informs us in so many unconscious ways, and when we listen with intent, life unfolds beautifully.

Marilyn Keffer holds an Honours BA degree in psychology and has studied and trained extensively in Shamanism with teachers of the sacred spiritual pathways of the Mayan, Toltec, Yaqui, and Q’ero peoples of North, Central, and South America.  Marilyn is co-founder of the Institute of Shamanic Medicine and co-author of the book “Shamanic Ceremonies for a Changing World.”  She is a shamanic coach and a shamanic practitioner and teaches across Canada and at home in British Columbia.

To listen to the full archived show at your convenience go to:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pagemediaproject/2015/04/28/going-shamanic-the-art-of-dreaming

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Radio: Traditional Hawaiian Medicine

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Join “Going Shamanic”  host, Jennifer Engracio and Aunty Fran as they talk about indigenous medicine and how it can marry well with modern medicine.

Francine Dudoit-Tagupa, also known as “Aunty Fran” to her patients and co-workers, began her career with Waikiki Health in 1998. She comes from a lineage of Native Hawaiian healers who taught her skills that are valued both in the Native Hawaiian and general community. Her areas of specialty are Native Hawaiian Healing, Hawaiian Cultural Education, Advocacy for Kupuna, Chronic Pain Management, and Individual and Family Counseling. Healing modalities include Ho’oponopono, Lomilomi and La’au Lapa’au.  Aunty Fran has more than 35 years of experience as a Registered Nurse and Native Hawaiian Practitioner.

To find out more about Aunty Fran and her work, visit www.waikikihc.org

To hear the full archived interview at your convenience go to:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pagemediaproject/2015/03/31/going-shamanic-traditional-hawaiian-medicine

New Book: Women’s Power Stories

The long-awaited book “Women’s Power Stories: Honouring the Feminine Principle of Life” edited by Jennifer Engracio and Carell Mehl is COMING THIS SUMMER (2015)! To put your name on the wait list for a book, email:
jenniferengracio@gmail.com

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“You are invited to come on a journey as thirteen ancient goddesses remind you of the power and beauty of the feminine aspects within you. Whatever your gender may be, the twenty-six stories in this book will touch the very heart of the strong feminine presence within you and awaken parts of you that may have been asleep. What power story lies deep within you wanting to be told? Contained within this volume, you will find inspiration, resources, knowledge, and suggestions that will support you in tapping into your own victories.”

 

“This book definitely took me to another space inside myself, into the womb, where I was able to connect the energy of the goddess and the energy of the Earth Count together to find a space that wanted to heal.  It made me feel that part of the goddess and Earth energy! It helped me to connect to the story inside myself as I read through the pages–bubbling up and coming present.”

-Lori’ Nelson

 

I found that each story was deeply moving–to the point where I had to pause and put the manuscript down after each one in order to digest the experience. For me, reading each story was a little like being shown a movie filled with vivid, personal images.   Each author writes in her own voice, but what each one has in common is openness and candor. It would even be fair to say they are intimate. I had the feeling of being trusted–the kind of feeling one gets when someone tells you a highly personal secret. “

-Greg Leach

 

“This book took me on a journey and helped me touch the feminine aspect of my soul–the part of me that I was afraid to engage with. It helped me connect with the strength of my goddess within. I realized the power in vulnerability and it sometimes moved me to tears. Through those tears, I released the hidden wounds that were still there from the past.”

-Michelle Darago