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East Coast Two-Week Shamanic Healing Intensive October 26 – November 6, 2014 with Nan Moss, Live Video Conference with Guest Michael Harner

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

East Coast Two-Week Shamanic Healing Intensive, October 26 – November 6, 2014 , Madison, Virginia. This life-changing course will be taught by Nan Moss and assisted by Elaine Egidio. A special live video interactive video conference with guest Michael Harner is planned.

Nan Moss

Nan Moss

Originated by Michael Harner, this intensive training in advanced core shamanism is described by former participants as “amazing,” “transformative,” “life-changing,” and “the most important experience of my life.” A variety of advanced methods are practiced in this residential program, including extraction healing, power (core) soul retrieval training, psychopomp work, divination, and work with the spirits of nature. There will also be work that is not included in FSS weekend workshops, such as selected advanced healing methods, the dream dance, explorations, and initiatory experiences.

The West and East Coast Two Week Intensives are the centerpiece annual programs of the Foundation and the best preparation for the Three-Year Programs. Enrollment is limited and early application is recommended. To assure a place in the program, please return your application promptly; acceptance will be according to priority received.

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Certificates of Completion for FSS Graduates

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

The Foundation for Shamanic Studies is pleased to offer Certificates of Completion to graduates of most of the FSS advanced residential training programs in Core Shamanism.

certificate_gold_webThe Certificate of Completion is meant to publicly acknowledge the considerable time and effort invested by students in the completion of the Foundation’s training programs in advanced shamanism and shamanic healing.

Important Note: The Certificate of Completion is not intended to convey that a person is a shaman, a shamanic practitioner, or a shamanic healer. The Foundation cannot certify that a person is a shaman — it is successful results in shamanic healing that make a person recognized by his/her clients as a shaman or shamanic healer, and even that status can change at any time according to a practitioner’s relationship with the helping spirits.

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