Medicine Wheel Teachings
A Weekend Workshop
With Carol Proudfoot and Susan Gilliland*
How is the nature of reality understood from a shamanic perspective? Shamanic cultures around the world have developed cosmologies or maps of the universe to help us understand both visible and invisible realities as aspects of a Unified Whole. Such cosmologies include descriptions and methods for returning to center when one is disoriented or indicate where one might find guides when lost on the road. The Plains Indian Medicine Wheel is such a map, which can be used as a springboard for understanding one's own growth and development in relationship to the grand web of Nature.
Viable Medicine Wheels reflect the land and place wherein one lives. We will be calling on the Arizona desert and the waters of Aravaipa Creek to empower our teaching and learning during our retreat time together. We will
*To know more about the work of Carol Proudfoot check Carol’s website at www.shamanicvisions.com.
When: February 29 through March 2. Check in will be between 3pm and 5pm on Friday. Please plan to arrive by 5pm. We will end by 3 pm on Sunday.
Where: Aravaipa Canyon Ranch in Aravaipa Canyon, north and east of Tucson, outside of Mammoth, AZ. We will inhabit a large ranch house offering full facilities for workshops, retreats and getaways.
Cost: $300 includes tuition, shared room and nutritious meals from Friday evening through Sunday lunch.
The Tucson Bear Medicine Circle is cosponsoring this workshop. For more information and registration instructions please contact Marigold Love at 520-762-9858 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.