Facilitator: Cáit Branigan & Caitlín Matthews
Explore the use of the voice in shamanic practice, using toning and keening to access our inner worlds. Chanting can also heal and unblock our energetic bodies. Much of work is based upon the three musical strains or modes of ancient Ireland, and upon the traditional gifts of Irish lore.
Event time: Thu 15th Jul 2021 at 4:00pm - Sun 18th Jul 2021 at 2:00pm
At a Glance
- Learn how to access healing by means of your voice
- Explore the inner world of the shamanic voice
- Mediate the ancient wisdom of Ireland through traditional methods
Participants will take away
- Trust in the soul healing of your own voice
- Understanding how healing stems from ancestral and traditional wisdom
- Learn how to access the inner worlds with confidence
The Healing Voice
The healing voice speaks directly to us, flowing seamlessly through all barriers to address the deep core of the soul. In this course, we shall explore the use of the healing voice in shamanic practice, learning how to reach the depths by using toning and singing. We will be exploring the keening tradition, to express grief and clear our energetic bodies. By opening our shamanic practice to access our inner worlds through our voices, we will discover how supported both we and our clients can feel. Much of our work is based upon the three musical strains or modes of ancient Ireland: the grief strain, the laugh strain, and the sleep strain which address the healing of the soul. We will also consider the traditional gifts of the three cauldrons, which are the subtle soul containers in Irish lore.
This course is open to people who are fluent in shamanic journeying or who use their voice as an instrument for healing. You don’t need to be professionally trained in singing. For clarity or confirmation about your qualification for this course, please contact Cáit Branigan on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that prices are listed per person.
Residential options are fully inclusive with all meals provided. Non-residential options include suppers, lunches and all refreshments and exclude B&B.
This course is open to people who are familiar with shamanic journeying or who use their voice as an instrument for healing. There is no need to be professionally trained. For clarity or confirmation about your qualification for this course, please contact Cáit Branigan on email@example.com
Cáit Branigan is an ordained Priestess Hierophant, a Bean Feasa (Shamanic Practitioner) and healer working within the Irish tradition. She works with individuals at her healing centre in Co. Wexford, and also teaches groups and conducts ceremonies throughout the country and internationally, work which includes Women’s Mysteries, the facilitation of Rites of Passage and sweat lodges within the Irish Tradition. She is an Ovate with the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids and a member of the Fellowship of Isis. She teaches regularly on the Walkers Between Worlds curriculum.Visit Tutor's Website
Caitlín Matthews is a writer and teacher who has taught the traditional art of singing the landscapes of the soul, a method she uses in her shamanic practice in Oxford for the last 30 years. Her work on the three cauldrons text is taught in a practical way on this course. Caitlín’s books include Singing the Soul Back Home, Celtic Visions, Psychic Protection Handbook, and the Lost Book of the Grail. She teaches internationally as part of the Foundation for Inspirational and Oracular Studies, of which she is the programme leader.Visit Tutor's Website
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