A most amazing story by a most amazing woman
Originally posted on Cultural Glimpse:
Morning of Graduation
When I graduated high school, I did not walk at commencements. I did not view my high school diploma as much of an accomplishment. When three years later, I received my bachelor’s degree from Wayne State University, I again did not walk at commencements. Although I enjoyed my college years and was happy to attain my degree, I felt there was something missing. I had a deep desire to learn more about myself and real life that seemed beyond what formal education could teach.
For the next two decades, I studied with various spiritual masters and took umpteen writing courses. All were wonderful experiences that helped me grow and flourish as a person and a writer, but most importantly, they led me to an extraordinary school, Lynn Andrews’ four-year shamanic school. I had initially signed up to the school to find my literary voice which had gotten…
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Jackson Shamanic Drum Circle meets the last Sunday of every month in downtown Jackson. Enjoy like minded people . Join the circle of drummers with the intention of making the world and the community a better place. This month speaker Beatrice Pizer will discuss introduction to Shamanism. Upcoming courses will include basic shamanism two day workshop in Dec. We will also be journeying and discussing various forms of art and healing methods. We are Universal. Life is a journey.
Great opportunity to purchase a very unique post and beam home, 4 bedrooms, Spanish tile floors,open great room, greenhouse and two car garage with studio. Property has trails throughout ,with carriage barn,horse shelters and pastures—Offered at $430,000
Temperatures are reaching the 100’s in September and the real estate inventory in country areas of El Dorado County is also soaring. Property is not selling as usual and therefore the housing market continues to multiply, With the increase in homes available the prices are coming down as the competition to sell increases. Now is a very good time to buy as there are homes available and lenders anxious to help with financing.
It seems the homes in the populated areas of the CITY are moving, but the outlining county properties are slow to move. The tread is, move back to the city. There seems to be a cycle of people moving either to the city or leaving the city to move to the country. Right now–it’s to the city. So country life is very affordable.
22 acre horse ranch, 4 bedroom home, two barns, cross country course arena, and two ponds—-$595,000
Diamond Springs Hurry Hurry on this one!!!! Neat and tidy-2 bed. 1 bth, garage, clear pest report, auto sprinklers, and more–only $205,000
Diane Broussard Realtor
The Jackson Shamanic Drumming Circle
An Introduction to Shamanism
Beatrice Pizer, shamanic practitioner, teacher, artist
Hein & Co. Bookshop, 204 Main St., Jackson CA 95642
Sunday Sept. 27th 2015, 3pm – 5pm
Shamanism rests on the understanding that everything is alive with invisible sacred energy and every living thing has its own consciousness. So, if you are reading this, it is not an accident, the universe is speaking to you.
Join us in an informal circle to learn about shamanism.
Listen to the heart beat of the drum. Learn how Medicine People and Shamans for thousands of years, from all cultures, have shifted, at will, into an altered state of consciousness while listening to this drum beat. Learn how shamans become ‘hollow bones’, traveling to unseen realms with the sacred intention of bringing back wisdom, healing and guidance for their community.
Learn about the shamanic journey and how you too can journey into the unseen worlds to meet with your own personal Spirit Helpers, who are compassionate beings volunteering to work with you, to teach, guide and bring healing to your sacred walk on this earth.
This group meets last Sunday of Every month at Hein & Comp. Bookshop
Downtown Jackson Cal.
Visit Jackson Shamanic Drumming Circle —group page on Facebook
The Placerville Shamanic Drum Circle
The animals were out in full force at the August Shamanic Drum Circle meeting in Placerville, as members danced their Power Animals. Members with their rattles and drums danced around the meeting room upstairs at the historic Smith Flat House Restaurant in Placerville. The Drum Circle meets the second Sunday of every month from 2:00- 5:00. The group shares Shamanic teachings about healing and journeying and meeting spirit guides and power animals. Their purpose is to be a place where healing takes place for the community and the world. Shamanism is the oldest healing practice in the world. If you are interested, the group is open to all. Classes are also offered for those who want to learn more about Shamanism. The First Beginner’s guide to Shamanism will be a two day workshop held November 14-15 at the Smith Flat House. The cost is $150.00.
The next meeting is this Sunday Sept. 13th. The group will be doing a special healing for those who want and we will also be discussing creating a sacred space in your home. If you want to meet likeminded people in the community and have fun dancing and playing drums and rattles, here is your drum circle. For more information or to register for workshop:
Beatrice Pizer 530-418-8424
Diane Broussard 530-295-8440
I am so excited to announce that the Spiritual Center for Positive Living is bring Deepak Chopra to Folsom Harris Center. Deepak is a world renowned spiritual writer and speaker. This is a first time ever opportunity to see this amazing man speak here in Northern Calif. Hurry and get your tickets as they are selling fast.
Last meeting at the Smith Flat house in PLacerville the animals were out roaring as the group drummed and danced their power animals. What Fun!!! If you missed it be sure to come to our next meeting and drum your animal, goddess, or mystical inner self.
Are you ready for some good news? The National Association of Realtors (NAR) just released some news about existing home sales and the numbers are made of things we dream of – a 10.4% increase from the same month last year. Yeah, you read that right! The home inventory is increasing and home sales are up. Time to come out and look at what is available in the Sierra Foothills. Remember El Dorado County will let you transfer your tax base. This is
great news for Bay area people that want to sell their homes and move to the country.
While there are many variables that go into this increase in sales (i.e., improving economy, jobs market loosening) there are some mortgage-related changes that that might help you sell and/or buy fast:
- Reduced down payment requirements. Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have reduced their down payment requirements to 3 percent – that’s really affordable.
- FHA has reduced its monthly mortgage insurance coverage.
- More flexible credit requirements.