Shamanic Wisdom Summit
Program & Replays
Finding Your Path When You Don’t Know Your People: The Power of Place & Time
Some of us know where we come from (geographically, biologically, spiritually,) but some of us have lost the threads of our ancestral connections. Shamanism is based on direct revelation, not emulation. Mara Bishop shares that wherever and whenever we are, we are surrounded by our family of nature, the spirits of place, and a host of other support waiting to be unveiled to us. It is from this place and time that we can create deep relationships and authentic spiritual practices.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- Creating authentic spiritual practices when you don't know your people
- Connecting to the power of place and time for guidance and healing
- Using spiritual tools to avoid burning out in an intense and interconnected world
Mara Bishop, MA
Mara Bishop, MA, is the founder of WholeSpirit, the Enatured™ method, and the non-profit Whole Nature Incorporated. With over 25 years of experience as a shamanic practitioner, intuitive consultant, teacher, author, and artist, she works with clients and students around the world
Enatured™ draws from shamanism, psychology, mindfulness, and scientific research about nature to help us consciously engage the environment for a relationship, support, and restoration. Her Personal Evolution Counseling™ method provides an integrated approach to spiritual healing, personal growth, and emotional wellbeing.
Mara’s books and audio courses include Shining Bright Without Burning Out: Spiritual Tools for Creating Healthy Energetic Boundaries in an Overconnected World... Shamanism for Every Day: 365 Journeys... and Inner Divinity: Crafting Your Life with Sacred Intelligence. Mara’s books and courses are guides for spiritual practice, communion with nature, creating healthy energetic boundaries, and preventing burnout.
Mara offers individual and group training and mentoring programs, and presents at universities and research centers, such as Columbia University Teachers College, UNC Chapel Hill, the Rhine Research Center, and Duke University.
She lives in Durham, NC with a beloved family of people, animals, and plants.