Questing for a Vision

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Vision questing was originally known as crying or lamenting for a vision. It involved going into seclusion on a mountain or sacred site without food or water or clothes. Stripped to the nakedness of oneself, the individual sat in total humility waiting for a vision of how the world is different because the individual exists. Questing for a Vision workshop is about learning to listen to who we are more fully as a person.

What to Expect: We will do a series of journeys over the course of the weekend as well as alone time in the woods. For those seeking alone time, a tarp and rope will be needed to create your space. The focus will be to deepen the awareness of one’s internal vision of how to more fully be in the world. The focus of the workshop is immersion into the spiritual world for four days. Pebble Ledge Ranch is on a glacial rock filled with millions of quartz pebbles. This creates a massive energetic field. Within this field, the people are able to find the safety necessary for the soul or inner parts of the self to come to the surface to heal and be healed. It is common for people to have life-changing healing experiences.

Who Should Come: Participants need to be experienced with the shamanic journey.

What to Bring: Please bring any rocks or crystals that want to come along. A journal notebook is encouraged as well as any comforts for sitting in the woods, such as floor chairs, back supports, blankets, pillows, etc. You will need to
bring all sleeping gear, including tents and sleeping bags. There will be field latrines near the campsites and portapots near the farm buildings. There will be no showers, so plan on field baths with Purell. You will need to bring three gallons of water per person for drinking and washing. Food: Soup and salad will be provided at lunch and dinner. Breakfast will be cold cereals, unless you bring other provisions. There are many restaurants close by.

See the calendar page for current schedule.

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