“Going Shamanic” is hosted by Jennifer Engracio on P.A.G.E. Media Project’s blogtalk radio each month. The show focuses on how to integrate shamanism into every day life. Instead of relegating the spiritual aspect of ourselves to Sundays at church or weekend workshops, this show will support listeners in weaving ritual, prayer, magic, alignment with the Spiritworld and the Earth into their lives to enrich their experience of living.
Join us as we explore Trickster Medicine on our show. Another name for this is Heyoehkah or Sacred Clown Medicine because these people are contrarians who know how to turn something on its head so others can learn to see life from a new perspective. If you need a new perspective and some humour in your life, tune into the show.
Janice Devaney, Grandmother Hummingbird Breathes Fire, has been studying shamanism with the Institute of Shamanic Medicine for 5 years. She is a Shamanic Practitioner and is of Mi’kmaq First Nations ancestry.
She was called “Facetious Grandma” by her grandchildren for many years. When she began studying shamanic knowledge and technologies, she realized that what she had always done was practice Heyoehkah Medicine.
Going Shamanic is hosted by Jennifer Engrácio, about how to integrate shamanism into everyday life.
About the Author:
Jennifer Engrácio has been a student of shamanism since 2005. Jennifer is a certified teacher who has worked with children in many different education settings since 2001. She is a certified shamanic practitioner, Reiki Master, and lomilomi practitioner; in addition, she runs Spiral Dance Shamanics. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, she now lives in Calgary, Canada with her life partner.
Engrácio participated in self-publishing three books that are now available:
“The Magic Circle: Shamanic Ceremonies for the Child and the Child Within”
“Women’s Power Stories: Honouring the Feminine Principle of Life”
For more information go to: www.spiraldanceshamanics.com