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The Principles of Shamanism

Saturday 14th January 2023 with Maureen Murnan CSNU. (Cost £55.00 per person)

Time 07.00 am – 11.00 am DAILY UK TIME (Class in other time zones too, please check your own time zone) attending as a day student for 1 day in the Arthur Findlay College Zoom Room. We kindly ask that you check your own time zone.

This class is suitable for any level of experience of Mediumistic and Spiritual development from beginners through to advanced levels of knowledge.
Day course fee includes all online tuition in English, we cannot provide nor allow translation.
You will need access to a computer with internet access, a microphone and video facility.

The Principles of Shamanism

“Humans are a part of creation and shamanism is our way of connecting with the whole.”

― Will Adcock, Shamanism:

Shamanism is not a religion, but it is a deep Spiritual practice. It is found in every country and culture around the world, and dates back to the very beginnings of human existence, in fact it is most enduring spiritual tradition known to humanity.

These ancient shamanic ways have withstood the tests of time, varying little from culture to culture. At the heart of shamanism are the following core beliefs:

  1. Everything is interrelated and interdependent. If one species suffers, all others are affected. The health and well-being of humanity is, therefore, dependent upon the overall health of the sentient web of life.
  2. The natural world has two aspects: ordinary everyday awareness, formed by our habitual behaviours, patterns of belief, social norms, and cultural conditioning, and a second non-ordinary awareness accessed through altered states, or trance, induced by shamanic practices such as repetitive drumming.
  3. Everything is alive and has a spirit. Shamanism is a way of perceiving the nature of the universe in a way that incorporates the normally invisible world where the spirits of all material things dwell.

Course content

  • Deepening the altered states of consciousness to connect with the energies of the invisible world and those human and animal spirits that help and guide us.
  • Tutorial on core principles of Shamanism: what does my Soul need.
  • Animals as our teachers and guardians that show us how to honour our
  • Journey and be grateful for the experiences life brings.
  • Nature is a part of our journey as we are human animals: all things are connected.

Terms and Conditions

a) We cannot be held responsible for power outages at your end nor for your equipment failure. You will not be entitled to a refund or transfer.
b) The Arthur Findlay College operates a zero tolerance policy in respect of physical or verbal abuse towards students or tutors in the zoom class.
c) Privacy Notice. No cameras or other filming or video/audio recording equipment are to be used to capture audio/visual of the people or class content in the College Zoom room without prior permission of all participants.
The class sessions may only be recorded by the Arthur Findlay College and by registering, you give us permission to use this video and audio recording for the purpose of safeguarding.
Any recordings if they were to be initiated, will never be broadcasted without written permission of all participants.
When a recording is to take place, the tutor will announce that they will do so (referring to the privacy notice) to seek your verbal approval. The reason for recording must be given.
Content of all audio and visual recordings remains the copyright of the College and may not be used for public or commercial purposes, unless prior permission is sought.
Any public use without written permission of all participants, whether or not for gain, will constitute a breach of GDPR and Copyright Laws.
We reserve the right to record for safeguarding purposes only. Audio/visual recording would only be initiated if there were a problem in the class and used as evidence to take any appropriate action.
Only the College General Manager has authorised access to recordings. All recordings are managed and maintained within the UK legal guidance of GDPR.
d) The tutor has the full right to remove anyone from the class without reason being given.
e) If you are dissatisfied with the class, in order to be considered for a refund, you must remove yourself from the class within 2 hours of the start time and email immediately to notify us why you left the class.
Once your email and reasons are received, your comments will be considered in conjunction with the tutor and the committee decision is final as to whether you will or will not receive any form of a refund or transfer.
f) No refund will be given for missed sessions nor due to attendee equipment failure or confusions with time zones.
g) If you fail to turn up for the class on the given day, you will not be eligible for a refund or transfer.

Room Supplement & Price Breakdown

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