Wow, I can’t believe it’s New Years already! Where has this year gone? Time flys when you’re having fun. So, how much fun have YOU had? Can’t remember all the good times? Well, for 2016, we’ll give you an idea to help you remember – a Good Things Jar.
Giving a quick look back, like most years, it’s had its ups and not so ups. There has been a lot of transformation here at Shaman’s Grove with a new deck on our house and the retreat getting built (not done yet, but at least housing is in place). Continue reading
Mother Nature chose to blanket us with snow today and we want to share the peace and calm she brought to “The Grove”.
We wish you a peace filled holiday and a happy and abundant 2016.
Happy Holidays from all of us here at Shaman’s Grove ~
Gary, Debbie, Annie (the cat), Oscar (the gnome), and all the Spirits and Elementals that reside here at the grove.
Join us in a drumming celebration for peace and healing this Winter Solstice.
Dec. 21st., 2015
The need for peace and healing has only increased since the last newsletter. With the need comes the temptation to be discouraged, to question our efforts. How can people of goodwill make a difference?
Difficult times cause us to retreat into our belief systems. It is there we find solace and the strength but we must not let it become a way to divide us one tradition against another.
In two weeks, on Dec. 21st. our drums and our intention will sound. Continue reading
The other day, I got sucked into an internet “rabbit hole”. You know, one of those times when you click on a link and then another until you’ve followed it into Wonderland and you never know what’s going to pop up …
Well, this journey yielded a great article on choosing your shaman. It’s called 11 Ways to Know a Good Shaman When You Meet One written by Jessica Brinton. So, I thought it was worth sharing. My own comments are in red. Continue reading