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This class introduces and explains ancestral healing work. What it is, how it is done, why it is done and the freeing effect this work has on families. We will explore how our Family Field holds memories and information (even from centuries ago!) that can be accessed. We will also undertake a shamanic journey to one of our own ancestors to receive healing guidance for our own family. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and have them answered. Please note that this class does not prepare you for doing ancestral healing work on behalf of others as that ...See All
Previous experience of shamanic journeying or meditation is very helpful (but not essential). Bring an open mind and open heart!
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People wishing to go deeper into this work can request a course syllabus for my intensive shamanic practitioner training and for my Ancestral Healing Seminar. Please note that I cannot offer these courses on-line. They must be attended in person, in London UK.
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    Wed Feb 24 at 03:15 pm EDT
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75 Minute Session
Wed Feb 24 at 02:00 pm EDT
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Imelda Almqvist is a Dutch shamanic painter, practitioner and teacher based in London, UK. She has "walked between worlds" all of her life. Her calling is "making invisible worlds accessible to others" through art, shamanic work and ceremony. Imelda teaches courses in sacred art, shamanism and ancestral healing work internationally. "The difference between contemporary art and sacred art is that contemporary art tends to reflect a fragmented world with a focus on personal stories. Sacred art is made in honour of beings and powers greater than ourselves and it shows the heart of divine mystery that animates the cosmos and dreams our world into being." Since 2012 Imelda has pioneered a shamanic group program for children and teenagers called The Time Travellers. She is currently writing a book about this titled "Natural Born Shamans". She is also working on a picture book introducing shamanic healing work to young children and their families, called "The Dream Healer". Her youngest son Brendan published a book about shamanism when he was just 9 years old. The title is "The Love Hall, Brendan's Travel Guide to the best places in the Spirit World".
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