This experiential workshop is the foundation course of the SETTING THE
WORLD IN BALANCE series presented by Kay Cordell Whitaker.
Participants will be shown the ancient shamanic traditions of
"Setting The World In Balance" as practiced by the indigenous people of
the central eastern Andes mountains.
One of the main focuses within these teachings is to truly "know self".
Domano and Chea Hetaka, Kay’s teachers, were adamant about this aspect
of their sacred knowledge. "Waking
up", to fully and truly wake up out of society's stupor and "know
yourself", to "know our own Song", is at
the core of all their teachings and will provide a perspective of yourself
and all life that you very likely have not considered possible before.
To live in the feeling of our own Song is to live with a passion for
being alive, it is to have clarity of pure attention, to live in a state of natural joy and incalculable beauty,
and much more.
This also means that in the course of these four years you will learn
and see things about yourself that have kept you from knowing your Song.
You will learn about your masks and how they have been controlling all
of your attention all of your life.
Chea and Domano Hetaka are among a small
group of traditional elders from this eastern Andes region that have traveled through
the world of our modern society expressly to fulfill their tribal
prophecies by gifting to the world this knowledge they say we have long
since dangerously lost.
It is the wish of their people to share these "Gifts of the Four
Directions" with us in their attempt to help heal our species and our
planet while we still can.
By offering to individuals this shamanic way of experiencing the joy
and power within their own Song the
individual becomes empowered and contributes in this way toward healing
Participants will be initiated into the sacred energy source that powers
and creates all shamanic, ecstatic experience and manifestations.
Within this empowering atmosphere of nonjudgment
participants face the addictions, held individually and as a society, to
the limiting patterns of their masks and initiate the healing of themselves
that then extends to others
and so, on to the whole planet.
Ceremonies and sharing of experiences will be held throughout the two
and one-half days.