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Mysticism, Indigenous Healing & Modern Encounters with Other Dimensions

Mysticism, Indigenous Healing & Modern Encounters with Other Dimensions
There is a common thread of spiritual practices, beliefs, myths, and stories that began thousands of years ago and continue into modern times. This workshop will explore ancient religious and spiritual practices aimed to imitate the near-death experience to bring back spiritual or esoteric knowledge for the benefit of individual healing or the survival of a society. This workshop will also explore how our collective values have been molded and shaped by the rise of the scientific method, philosophical materialism, and industrialization and how these values are currently undergoing significant changes. A collective paradigm shift can help us transform the collective crises that we see emerging throughout the world into an opportunity to find new meaning and purpose in our daily lives.

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Mysticism, Indigenous Healing & Modern Encounters with Other Dimensions

About The Speaker

Christine Clawley

Christine Clawley

Christine Clawley, MA, LPC is an NDE experiencer, counselor, and life coach who has worked in a variety of capacities, including providing counseling and support at community mental health centers, hospitals, prisons, inpatient eating disorder clinics, homeless shelters, and telephonic crisis support. She currently works in private practice and has a Jungian and Depth-oriented practice that helps clients heal from traumatic experiences, as well as supports individuals who have had near-death experiences or other spiritually-transformative experiences. After overcoming the life-threatening Necrotizing Fasciitis at age 24, she embarked on a journey of healing and self-understanding through exploring various holistic techniques, including a mindfulness practice, meditation, yoga, self-hypnosis, and indigenous healing modalities. Prior to contracting this illness, she received many dreams and messages that foreshadowed her illness. While spending nearly a month in a medically-induced coma she also had many dreams that mirrored what was happening to her on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. Upon awaking from the coma, she experienced increased intuition, empathy, and an increased frequency of lucid and precognitive dreams. These experiences have led her to research topics related to near death experiences, precognition, consciousness, non-ordinary reality, synchronicity, dreaming, and shamanism. www.lucidawakening.com

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