The Gifts of Celtic Shamanism
Do the lush, green lands of Ireland call to you with their healing energies of the ancestors… ancient Gods and Goddesses… and the Bards, Druids, and fairies of Celtic history and lore?
These energies, the stories of these lands, and the practices inspired by Celtic shamanism offer us a medicine to bring us back home… to our true Self.
They help us reach beyond the mundane and overwhelm of our stressful modern lives and be more attentive, present, and receptive to the beauty and wisdom of the land…
Shamanic teacher and healer Jane Burns will help you discover myth and ritual to evoke the ancient medicine of Celtic shamanism —and open you to the wonder, wisdom, and wildness of both the natural world and your own inner landscape — during this spiritual growth event, The Gifts of Celtic Shamanism: Living from Gratitude, Courage, Generosity & Wonder.
What You'll Learn During “The Gifts of Celtic Shamanism”
The myths, archetypes, and practices unique to this ancient tradition remind us of the courage needed to explore all that’s before us… the Earth with all its beauty and rough places… the Otherworld and its inhabitants, the Fae… and our own deep, and often dark, inner landscapes.
When we learn to approach our lives with less fear and more curiosity and gratitude, we can slow down enough to open to the wisdom all around us, including the true desires of our souls.
We can shed the “false selves” we’ve acquired over the years and reclaim our sovereignty — what Celtic wisdom describes as being in right standing with the Earth, the heavens, and your own soul. It means knowing your place in the world and standing firmly in it.
Jane, who is Irish-Scottish, has more than 20 years of experience in psychic and medical intuition, energy medicine, and past-life regression therapy — including studying with Tom Cowan, a world-renowned and highly respected authority on Celtic shamanism.
She has also studied core shamanism and soul retrieval… and received shamanic teacher training with acclaimed shamanism teacher Sandra Ingerman.
Class Topics for “The Gifts of Celtic Shamanism”
During this profound hour, you’ll discover:
- The Celtic way of seeing and being, and the importance of daily practices of gratitude, reciprocity, and self-protection
- Key archetypes of Celtic shamanism — including the ban feasa (the knowing woman), the ban chaointe (the keening woman), the omen hunter, and the faery doctor — and their roles in guiding, wisdom-keeping, and healing
- An experiential journey to the Otherworld with Brigid, the great Celtic Goddess and bringer of spring, new growth, and creative forces that will help you reshape your life
- How Celtic wisdom can guide you to reclaim your sovereignty — your destiny and authentic Self, often lost in the overwhelm of everyday life
- Shamanic principles and practices from the Celtic medicine wheel for grounding you in who you truly are
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to draw from the wisdom of Celtic shamanism to connect more deeply with the natural world and the healing archetypal energies of this numinous land.
You’ll discover tips for how to become a conduit for these healing energies…
And how to transform what you learn into the knowledge your soul seeks…
During The Gifts of Celtic Shamanism: Living from Gratitude, Courage, Generosity & Wonder,you’ll see that the wisdom of Celtic shamanism guides us in seeing and honoring the sacred in all things… including ourselves.
About Your Shamanism Teacher – Jane Burns
Jane Burns is a writer, practitioner, and teacher of Celtic shamanism and spirituality. Her introduction to the shamanic path coincided with a diagnosis of cancer in 1996. She began her work as a shamanic practitioner in 2003 and as a teacher of shamanic studies in 2006. Her book, Up a Tree: A Novel and Shamanic Handbook, was published in 2014, followed five years later by her oracle cards, Portal to the Sacred Trees.
Jane has studied core shamanism with Sandra Ingerman and Celtic shamanism with Tom Cowan. She’s a longtime member of the Society for Shamanic Practice and serves on the editorial board for their journal. She teaches a variety of courses on Celtic shamanism, Celtic myth, and the Bardic tradition. She’s recently finished a novel entitled The Hungry Sea, a modern-day love story interwoven with ancient Celtic myth.
All of her work is inspired by a 40-year dedication to her own spiritual growth and path.
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