From Torah to Tipi:
Shamanic Healing in Jewish and
Native American Traditions
A Workshop for Healers of Self and Others
Carl Hammerschlag, M.D.
Author of Dancing With Healers and Theft of the Spirit
Rabbi Miriam Maron, B.S., R.N., M.A.
Kabbalistic/Shamanic Healer, Ritual Dancer, and Singer/Songwriter
Traditional Dineh (Navajo) Flutist, Ritual Dancer, and Medicine Carrier
Rabbi Gershon Winkler
Author of Magic of the Ordinary: Recovering the Shamanic in Judaism
THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 10, 2009
THROUGH MONDAY MORNING DECEMBER 14, 2009
At the Brandeis-Bardin Institute Retreat Center, situated on 3,000 acres of pristine wilderness in the scenic Santa Susana Mountains of Simi Valley, in Southern California.
Easy commute from Los Angeles and Santa Barbara (LAX or Burbank Airports).
Cost: $950 per person
Single Occupancy with private bath $875 per person
Double Occupancy with private bath Includes tuition, meals, and lodging
Commuter Cost: $565 includes tuition and meals only.
To register, visit www.walkingstick.org and click on “Programs”
Discover the gifts of Jewish and Native American mystery wisdom for contemporary living and healing. This three-day intensive, the third in a series, features modern scientific as well as aboriginal teachings about how people get sick and how they get well. From contemporary research in psychoneuro-immunology, to ancient and early-medieval Hebraic and Aramaic oral traditions and source texts, to Native American wisdom and ceremony, participants will be introduced to eye-opening, challenging, and self-empowering life lessons. Spiced with drumming, chanting, story-telling, humor, entrancing movement and ceremony, this workshop will immerse you in the magical realms as well as the pragmatic.