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Shamanic Medicine Wheel One Day Retreat
October 8, 2022$205 – $225
In this Shamanic Retreat, we experience a unique blend of practices, journeys, and ceremonies for a deep healing and awakening experience.
The medicine wheel tells the story of our lives. The medicine wheel also brings in all directions, elements, inner and outer guidance, ancestors, and all of nature. Healing through the medicine wheel offers us profound new ways to look at our life, heal, and move forward with ease and grace.
We gather on sacred land this Saturday in Chester, NJ, and enjoy the gifts of nature, ourselves, and one another. You leave refreshed with new ways to energize and live.
We have all been through very challenging times in the past several years and could use a lovely break to uplift and build wisdom, peace, hope, and joy.
Students come from all walks of life and life stages, from teens to elders.
Janet StraightArrow found her Shamanic calling thirty years ago in 1992. Awakening herself and assisting others in discovering who we are has been her purpose. As we live our true selves, we learn to master our lives in the everyday world. As a result, our life becomes sweeter, easier, and more apparent.
“A retreat with Janet is coming home. Janet’s teachings emerge from a place of unconditional love. You come away with you, and your life is forever changed. Choosing to work with Janet is giving yourself the most beautiful gift in the world.”
We gather at 10:30 am and complete by 4:30 pm. Bring lunch and snacks and a water bottle.
$225. Space is limited to 12 participants.
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“My weekend with Janet opened my mind, heart, and soul. She created the space with gentleness, insight, and warmth, allowing this opening to unfold naturally. I appreciate how she could cull the wisdom from ancient practices and apply it to each student’s experience.”