ABOUT THE CEREMONY
Enrique, the elder “Onanya” (shaman in Shipibo), and his four young students enact this ceremony using the “Tinaja”, a ceremonial clay vessel that represents a container for manifested power – this container may hold your vision, your hopes, and your intentions for abundance and prosperity (in all of their forms).
They sing various icaros that clean you of any obstacles to abundance, followed by songs calling in new power. You bring your sincerity and openness to this ceremony, and they bring the traditional wisdom and power that activates your intentions.
You can prepare yourself for the ceremony by creating a sacred space and using your own “Tinaja.” This could be an actual clay pot, cup or bowl – or you can imagine one. This is the container for your intentions for prosperity and abundance in the areas of your life that need the most change. Speak your prayers, intentions and visions for abundance into the pot, or write them on paper and place them inside. Following the ceremony, you can place your hands on your own Tinaja, and feel the prayers and icaros from the ceremony pour activating power into your Tinaja.
Several board members from both the Center for Shamanic Education & Exchange (CSEE) and the Society for Shamanic Practice (SSP) have worked directly with Enrique over many years. SSP board member Anna Stevens acts as a surrogate for you in this ceremony – symbolically taking your place in the ceremonial circle.
This unique experience will be held on June 20, 2021 at 11:00AM MDT and take about 30 minutes. A recording will be available to all registrants for one week following the ceremony.
This fundraiser is a collaboration between the Center for Shamanic Education & Exchange (CSEE) and the Society for Shamanic Practice (SSP).
Your support here will go directly to the Kurin Metsa School of Shamanism – enabling Enrique and his students to continue their apprenticeship and maintain and secure their medicinal garden. Recently a new road was cut along one of the sides of the property where their medicinal garden is and now the garden and their hard work is exposed. We’re hoping to raise enough to fund the construction of a secure fence that would protect their investments and these sacred plants. Half of every contribution will also go to SSP.
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