THE HEALING WAY OF HUICHOL SHAMANISM
A Weekend Workshop at the Pacific Ocean
Join world-renowned shaman and healer Brant Secunda for a weekend of authentic shamanic practice on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
Step out of your everyday to focus on releasing unwanted negative energy and connect with the 4 directions to become more centered in your heart. Through guided practice this program offers opportunities for you to experience the power and beauty of shamanism for yourself.
Celebrate in sacred ceremony, journey into the nierika (spiritual doorway) to draw in life-fore, and learn the ancient art of pilgrimage to connect with waters of Grandmother Ocean.
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//•\\//•\\ ABOUT BRANT SECUNDA //•\\//•\\
Brant Secunda is an internationally acclaimed shaman, healer, and teacher in the indigenous Huichol tradition of Mexico.
During an intensive 12-year apprenticeship, Brant became the adopted grandson and close companion of Don José Matsuwa, the renowned shaman who passed away in 1990 at the age of 110.
Brant founded the Dance of the Deer Foundation Center for Shamanic Studies in 1979 and leads seminars, retreats, and pilgrimages worldwide. His work has been documented on television, radio, and in articles and books throughout the world.
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This workshop DOES NOT include accommodations or meals.
Santa Cruz is a popular destination, so there are plenty of beautiful hotels and delicious restaurants to choose from. Here is a short list of recommended accommodations.
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Located alongside the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by majestic redwood forests, Santa Cruz is one of the world’s most unique and welcoming coastal destinations.
The region is home to a diverse variety of natural beauty and native marine animals –including sea otters, seals, dolphins, and whales –and is the perfect place to connect with the exuberant life-energy of Tate Haramara (Grandmother Ocean).
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The Huichol are a small tribe of approximately 35,000 people living near Ixtlan in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico.
Protected by their ancient forests, they are said to be one of the last tribes in North America to have maintained their pre-contact traditions.
Shamanism pervades every aspect of Huichol life. Ceremony, sacred dance, pilgrimage, and shamanic artwork are the techniques they use to connect the human heart to the heart of creation.
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Explore ancient indigenous wisdom and practices employed for millennia to bring greater harmony to your life and the world.
Celebrate the transformative energy of the fall season by tapping into the life-force of Mother Earth. Discover how the art of pilgrimage can help you honor and internalize the power of Nature.
Learn to journey into the Nerika, the mystical doorway of the heart that connects each of us with all of creation.
Experience a weekend workshop that focuses on the shamanic traditions of the Huichol tribe through a mix of lectures, experiential learning, and guided group practices.
Join us for an unforgettable experience that can help inspire you. Walk on the path of shamanism and discover your true nature as a sacred being connected to all of creation.