Category Archives: shamanic journeys

Private Soul Recovery Sessions in AZ

shamangreen-pngPrivate Soul Recovery Sessions with Debbie Gent of Shamanic Connection

Debbie will be coming to AZ in February. She will be offering private Soul Recovery/Shamanic Journey sessions in the Phoenix area February 22-24, 2015.

A Soul Recovery will bring home lost soul pieces (our parts of your spiritual being) that have been lost due to life’s traumas and dramas so you can become more whole. Read More…

Getting To Know Your Shamanic Drum

Shamanic DrumHello Friends. I’m almost back in the shamanic world again. Spring at “The Grove” is always a busy time, and a lot of things get postponed (like meals, accounting, blogs, housecleaning…) This spring we’ve been putting up over 300′ of field fence around the garden (including cutting trees for around 40 fence posts), getting new beds made and planting, as well as building a pen for our baby chicks and caring for the land. Keeps us out of mischief 🙂

So this morning over tea, I got a chance to catch up on one of the blogs I read, Shamanic Drumming by Michael Drake. We’ve known Michael for years and enjoy his blog and the book (The Shamanic Drum: A Guide To Sacred Drumming) and CD (The Shamanic Drum Instructional ) he has on shamanic drumming.

As you all know, we do drum making playshops/workshops and help people create their own drums. Many of these drums are used for shamanic healing and some are simply instruments used to make joyful sounds (hmm…I bet that’s still a form of shamanic healing…)

During our drum making playshops we introduce ceremony many times during the workshop, offering thanks and healing to the spirits that offered themselves to be used in creating the drum, and welcoming the spirit of the drum.

By the way, Gary will be facilitating Creating the Sacred Drum – A Drum Making Playshop in Mt. Laurel, NJ in July. You can check it out on our website.

Now back to the Shamanic Drumming blog…Michael has written a great blog that I’m including here (with permission of course). It’s a great introduction on how to get to know your drum. Read More…