Healing Our Human Family: Ancestors as Allies

"On a familial level, sustained ancestor work can help heal intergenerational patterns of family dysfunction. By working with spiritually vibrant ancestors, one can start to understand and transform patterns of pain and abuse, and gradually reclaim the positive spirit of the family. I’ve seen situations time and again where one person engages the ancestors, and it creates a ripple among living family members, who may suddenly reconcile after years of disagreement or restore overlooked blessings. When you engage your loving ancestors, you can catalyze healing breakthroughs in your family, including establishing appropriate boundaries with living relatives. Also, when you make yourself available for ancestral repair work, the recently deceased are in turn more able to help living family members navigate their journey to become ancestors after death."-Dr. Daniel Foor https://www.saybrook.edu/unbound/dr-daniel-foor-ancestral-healing/

"What's really important about shamanism is that a there is another reality that you can personally discover...we are not alone."-Michael Harner
"From the distance you only see my light; come closer and you will see that I am you."-Rumi

Welcome to Module 6: Healing Our Relationships with Our Human Family

This week, we will cover:

*How to safely work with well ancestors

*Family lineage and reweaving our DNA

*Shamanic perspectives on conflict

*Good enemies and allies

*Advanced Altar Set-up

*The Gathering of the Ancestors Meditation

*Chakra Cord Cleaning to enhance our connections

*How to Build a Shaman Shield

“We are all connected to everyone and everything in the universe. Therefore, everything one does as an individual affects the whole. All thoughts, words, images, prayers, blessings, and deeds are listened to by all that is.”-Serge Kahili King, Hawaiian Huna Shaman http://www.huna.org

Podcasts to support your ancestral healing work:

Bespoken Bones Podcast:


Medicine Stories Podcast:


Harmonizing with Humans.pdf
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