Kurikindi, an indigenous Kichwa Amazonian shaman, leads this exploration of Amazonian shamanic practices for healing and bringing deeper connection with ourselves and the world of nature. Born in Ecuador to a traditional shamanic family, he brings a lifetime of immersion in the traditions to this Findhorn workshop. Having worked with both male and female shamans and westerners, he designed this workshop to help people recognise their own energy more clearly, as well to understand Amazonian shamanism and its relationship to mother nature and our future.
Together we will learn to access our deeper selves and how they relate to the world of nature. We will gain understanding of the relationship between ourselves, natural medicine and plants, learning their use and misuse. We will also engage in ceremony and energy work, balance our male and female energies and discover shamanic songs’ healing capabilities, all while enjoying the process.
Tiered price: £1080 / £820 / £670
Before you book your place, please take a moment to consider that the Findhorn Foundation is a Charitable Trust. We believe that the benefits of holistic learning should be available to everyone regardless of their financial or life situation, and that the transformational journey is enriched by a diversity of participants.
We recognise that what is affordable for some can be a financial stretch for others and offer a tiered pricing structure. When you book, please select the price that feels appropriate for you.
Pay it Forward Price covers the cost of your workshop and includes a contribution to our bursary fund. This will make participation possible for one or more people who otherwise would not be able to join our transformational work in the world."
Sustainable Price covers the cost of your workshop and helps us to sustain our learning and guest facilities.
Supported Price reflects a partial bursary toward the cost of your workshop and is intended for those with minor financial need.
Please note that all our workshops have a Findhorn Foundation community member present either as focaliser or assistant.