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Open Shamanic Journey class on Sunday, April 23rd at Cricket Manor

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Hello Journeyers, old and new!

Welcome to the next Open Shamanic Journey group, located in central Maryland. This group is held monthly, on either the 3rd or 4th Sunday. Monika Healing Coyote will facilitate two different guided Journeys, based on current events, astrological energies, personal growth prompts, and/or whatever ideas/techniques the Spirits put into her head!

April's class will be hosted by Cricket Manor, in Frederick, MD. Doors will open at 1:30pm, class runs from 2pm to 4:30pm, and we will close shortly after that. The cost of this class is $30, payable at the time of attendance (either via PayPal, check, or cash). 

We will be holding class inside the Tan Building (area C) of the Cricket Manor complex. Parking will be on the lawn, and there will be numerous signs posted for first-time attendees. The topic will be Ecstatic Body Postures, and how they can facilitate Shamanic Journeys!

There are plenty of chairs, but if you have a preferred cushion or mat that you enjoy u…

ConVocation 2017: a Review

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Last month, I presented for the first time at a new-to-me spirituality conference, ConVocation.
Located in Detroit, MI, this conference drew quite a large crowd (I wasn't able to get an accurate count from the convention staff, but it may have been close to 1400 attendees this year!).

As my lecture on Coyote's Healing Magic wasn't until Sunday afternoon, I was excited to explore as many classes as I could fit in. There was such a large group of lecturers and presenters at this conference that each 90-minute block had between 9 and 11 different options!

After arriving Thursday afternoon, I attended the Opening Ceremony. Held in one of the larger rooms, it seemed to have almost 300 attendees. The ritual was a bit confusing, as it paid homage to a board member who had recently passed. I could feel the love and energy in the room, but as this was my first year, I felt as though my presence was a bit intrusive (like attending a funeral for someone I had not met).

Once it ended,…