Free online shamanic healing ceremony March 20th

On Friday, March 20th, at 7pmMonika Healing Coyote will be facilitating an
Online Shamanic Healing Ceremony via FB Live.

Manannan mac Lir, free image from Wiki Commons


This Druid shamanic healing ceremony will honor Manannan mac Lir, Celtic deity of the Oceans & the Isle of Man. The Spring Equinox is a traditional time for the Druids to renew the waters of their Sacred Wells. Come and join in a healing ceremony in which we renew, replenish, and refill our own inner waters of health!

This event is open to everyone, and all you need is a WiFi- or data-enabled device in which to stream the audio/video feed. To ensure that you receive updates and instructions, please mark yourself as "Going" on this event!

For those who have not participated in a FB Live event before, the steps are as follows:
  1. Go to "Monika Healing Coyote Shamanism" and ensure that you have "Liked" my Page.
  2. On Friday evening, prepare yourself to participate in your own healing & power/energy retrieval. Whatever you need to do to feel comfortable in your room/home/space, do it. Pajamas, tea, a small snack, snuggling a pet or stuffed animal, turning the cell phone off, etc. Many folks like to take notes as the ceremony progresses, and to write down any insights that come during the healing process.
  3. At 7:00pm, I will begin the Live event, and Facebook will immediately notify all persons who have marked "Going", and have "Liked" my Page, that I am going live.
  4. Click on the Notification, and a video screen will open up for you to experience the Healing Ceremony.

Finally, I am asking for a small donation from each participant for this work; a minimum of $15 (which can be paid via PayPal towards my email address: lonelycoyote@healingcoyote.com , or use this link).

I can't wait to work with you all, and break through the constraints of space & time for Healing!

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