One White Horse Standing


"My workshops are designed to create a space where people can discover and claim parts of themselves that have not had a chance to be. As such, when they leave, they can be more fully who they really are."

One White Horse Standing




Most of the workshops are designed for two days. Basic workshops generally are Friday and Saturday with no evening sessions. Typically, the advanced and deepening workshops start on Friday evening (7:00 to 9:00 P.M.), continue on Saturday (9:00 AM to 6:00 PM with an evening session as optional), and finish on Sunday (9:00 AM to 3:00 PM). The immersion/transformative shamanic practices workshop is recommended for three days, with a noon start time on Friday.

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Programs & Retreats

Programs are events that are 8 to 10 intensive days or involve a commitment of up to one year and require considerably more commitment on the part of participants; both spiritually and in motivation. Retreats are generally held at scenic locations, usually in the west.

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The Shamanism Global Summit

Shamanism Global Summit

Activate healing in every area of your life — and our planet — through the techniques, practices and rituals of practical shamanism.

Sandra Ingerman, don Oscar Miro-Quesada, Brooke Medicine Eagle, HeatherAsh Amara, Itzhak Beery, Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq, José and Lena Stevens and others share sacred wisdom for accessing more guidance, healing and power — and fully embracing a sacred way of living on this wondrous planet.

Join us for The Shamanism Global Summit, July 25-27, 2017
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August 9th, 2016

Recently, I've noticed that I am waking up in the middle of the night. In the past, I thought it was night fright...instant waking without feeling or sensation or an unconscious dissociation if that's not redundant.

Last night, I got more curious and decided to see if something was brewing within me. Interestingly, a deep calm like I was in a soul space between worlds evolved. I was able to see into my past where at a deep level I had regretted my prior actions. It felt like unfinished business that begged for mea culpa. Suddenly, I remembered that I had been having flash memories of moments that I had shamed myself with inappropriate behavior towards myself or others. The energy of these moments felt like a yearning to be released.  I went into a sacred space, like a deep prayer, and expressed my regrets as appropriate to others and myself. Some were experiences that lingered inside me for nearly 50 years. It seemed like talking soul-to-soul. When finished, I immediately fell/went back to sleep.

Might you try this reframe of night bright.

July 24, 2016

In recent meanderings within the inner depths, I came to realize that the source of most judgment is the inability to forgive oneself. In judging others, myself, etc, it becomes an unconscious and unspoken justification for not forgiving oneself, maybe as a sense of unworthiness.....lack of forgiveness is often hidden in self righteous judgement.....a big discovery of how to hide from oneself..... if I judge you, it lowers you to below me or if I judge me, I lower myself to below you............and my sense of worthiness remains comfortably interesting illusion.

The trek to such realizations is not easy. A barrier reef of regrets, false guilt imposed by others, shame, blame, etc, rise as memories (each permeating every cell of the body, and more importantly, the emotional pain body) pierce the soul until released. Once released, forgiveness seems to permeate as an awareness of one's wholeness instead of as fragmented pieces lost in an unfinished past. Judgment toward oneself or others in terms of worthiness or goodness seems to be gone.

Breathe out the fragments seeking wholeness and allow them to come home to who you are today and experience your own self forgiveness...freeing all judgement.



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