Two days of intense induction, re-awakening and venturing into your Shamanic Soul. Experience: The Medicine Wheel, Medicine Bags, Shamanic Journey & Initiation Ritual.
Please join us for “Sacred Shamanic Ways” led by Rev. Dr. Temple Hayes, Shayla White Eagle, and Rev. Kimberley Harrell. A very special weekend in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida on the First Unity Spiritual Campus. Enjoy healthy foods, yoga, meditation, and shamanic teachings for the mind, body and spirit.
Over these two days, we will take a journey into the Sacred Ways of the Shaman. You will experience the Shaman’s walk in Nature at the Sacred Lands Reservation, experience a Medicine Wheel Ceremony, Create Medicine Bags, Share in a sacred drumming circle, eat Sacred Healthy foods and do a Deep Native Soul Journey and Initiation Ritual.
Attendees will receive daily Meditation, Yoga, Qi Gong along with your own Medicine Bag. Experience Shamanic Spirit Guidance from your Guides, Temple, Shayla and Kimberley.
A get acquainted with the Shamans reception will take place on Thursday April 25th @ 7pm in LaGattuta Hall on the First Unity Spiritual Campus.
Meet the Shamans:
Rev. Dr. Temple Hayes is CEO and Spiritual Leader of First Unity Spiritual Campus in St. Petersburg, Florida. She is a globally known New Thought leader, author of 3 books and difference maker. Temple hosts an international radio show on Unity Radio. She will share her many years of Shamanic Insights and Teachings.
Shayla White Eagle is of Celtic & Blackfoot Descent, she has walked the Shaman’s Path for over 30 years. She shares the Sioux Medicine Wheel, Native Herbs and Remedies, Animal Totem, and Native energy and bodywork. Shayla owns and operates Cowgirls & Angels Spiritual Spa in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Rev. Kimberley Harrell is an Interfaith minister at First Unity Spiritual Campus. She is a Certified Crystal Healer and Success Coach who hosts a popular podcast, Be Happy and Be Healthy available on I Tunes. Kimberley is descendant of Cherokee Ancestors and will share her heritage and assist you with creating your own medicine bag.
$150 Deposit required on or before 4/15 to reserve your spot.