On Wednesday, December 7, world-renowned transpersonal psychologist and shamanic teacher don Oscar Miro-Quesada will deepen our understanding of shamanism and show you how to work with altars, rituals and intention, during Awakening the 3 Fields of Shamanic Power: How to Be a Magician, Medicine-carrier & Mystic.

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don Oscar Miro-Quesada’s teachings blend ancient shamanic pathways and modern psychology with a global worldview. During this special event, you’ll discover the unique fusion of mythic consciousness, ancestral cosmology, and ritual healing wisdom of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition®.

He’ll share his teachings, which will help you:

  • Amplify the powers and visionary guidance available through a ceremonial altar
  • Discover the shamanic principles underlying real magic, medicine and mysticism
  • Expand your ability to transform your intentions into action and form

If you want to begin accessing higher dimensions of consciousness and working with the universe using shamanic “magic,” then register now for free… During Awakening the 3 Fields of Shamanic Power, you’ll discover magic, medicine and mysticism revered by practitioners of northern coastal Peruvian kamasqa curanderismo for centuries.

To join, RSVP HERE — you’ll also receive a downloadable replay of the event!

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