Shamanic Works with Shamanic Works
Shamanic Works - Shamanic Works with Laurie McNeil NFTS Oct-18-2017 GUEST: Jaime Meyer
Oct 18, 2017
with Laurie McNeill
Shamanic Works with Laurie McNeil at 9M PST on the 3rd Wednesday of the Month beginning September 20th , 2017 – Laurie McNeill has been practicing shamanic healing work for many years and accepting clients professionally for 11 years. She undertakes all forms of healing work as well as divination, house and land clearing and blessing, drumming healing group facilitation and shamanic training. Laurie has trained extensively in classical shamanism with The Sacred Trust, Dorset. She has also undertaken training with The Foundation for Shamanic Studies ( www.shamanism.org ). Additionally, Laurie is a full mesa carrier (paqo, or shaman) in the Inka Andean tradition and an initiate of The Path of Pollen/Forest Path tradition. When working with a client or group, Laurie calls on spirit and together they use whatever tools and methods are appropriate to the situation. Located in Minehead, Somerset, Laurie accepts clients from Somerset and Devon and will travel by arrangement. She also undertakes distance work.
LAURIE’S GUEST TODAY:
Jaime Meyer earned a Masters’ Degree in Theology and the Arts from United Seminary of the Twin Cities (1998) and has studied with a variety of shamanic teachers since 1983, including Jose and Lena Stevens of the Power Path, Tom Cowan, Alio Gaup, Martin Prechtel, Sandra Ingerman and the Shipibo people of the upper Amazon in Peru. For many years he worked in the theater world as a writer, director and performer. Twenty of his plays have been produced in various cities across the USA. He co-founded the first theater in the world for the Hmong community (a refugee population from Laos and Vietnam) and co-wrote, directed and produced nine original plays over ten years, mentoring dozens of new writers and scores of actors, and playing to 200,000 Hmong and non-Hmong people in various cities, including in refugee camps in Thailand. Since 2001 he has led popular drumming and ceremonial events around the Twin Cities including fourteen years of sold-out Winter Solstice ceremonies attended by hundreds of people each year. Jaime’s book Drumming The Soul Awake is an often funny and touching account of his journey to become an urban shamanic practitioner.