LAST MASK CENTER
Christina also runs the Last Mask Center for Shamanic Healing located in Portland, Oregon.
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"omg, these last shows ...off the chain amazing! I don't think I'll ever be able to pay you what this show has been truly worth to me. I will always be in your debt... Because you've changed my life. Seriously you really have."
John, FL, 2012
The Human Potential Movement arose out of the fertile soil of political unrest and a deep desire for meaning and truth in life…and the vague…read more.
What is Shadow Work, really? Psychologically speaking the Shadow is an unconscious aspect of one’s personality that the conscious ego judges, fears or rejects to…read more.
Among the indigenous cultures of the Upper Peruvian Amazon, the Shipibo are one of the few cultural groups which has managed to maintain their language,…read more.
What is it really, creatively, effectively like to do good shamanic work these days? How do you manage the demand that every class, ritual, and…read more.
The Amazonian rainforest is home to a system of healing and plant medicines as vast, intricate, and effective as Chinese Medicine or Western naturopathy. Our…read more.
The most direct path to living your soul’s true purpose is both individual and communal. As individuals, people often feel lost, fragmented, or unknown to…read more.
When we are not aware of our soul’s true purpose or simply not aligned in our actions, contemporary life can fill quickly with dis-eases of…read more.
People around the world are calling out for new forms of leadership, economic exchange, and community. If we can tap the wisdom of our long…read more.
We live in sacred space all the time, everyday, but most of us do not know how to acknowledge it or to use it. By…read more.
Space is inherently sacred, as are all things, as are you. When we act to “create sacred space” we are acknowledging that fact of the…read more.
In a culture that can barely sort out the distinction between wants, needs, desires, addictions and obsessions, the power of Joy remains strong, but largely…read more.
“It is your commitment to be in your highest level of integrity, to teach what you are and not what you want to be.” So…read more.
“The Trickster cannot be trusted,” writes author Lewis Hyde, “It is a contact that puts us slightly at risk; we open ourselves to disruption whenever…read more.
“As I rekindle the indigenous spirit within myself I connect to my sacred roots listening to the voices of the ancestors while honoring my connection…read more.
“Recognition Rites is a ceremonial rite of passage which honors and celebrates Elderhood,” explains our guest, author and shaman, Tom Pinkson, PhD. Join host Christina…read more.
“Making Ceremony is a way of reminding ourselves that in fact all that we do is sacred,” explains Annie Spencer, founder of Hartwell Centre for…read more.
In an oral tradition no reproduction of the teaching is allowed in any form; not written, recorded, filmed, txted or put up on youtube. This…read more.
A lovely man from France informed me that my Encyclopedia could be pirated for free on the Internet. My initial response was to be flattered. …read more.
John Lockley, a senior shaman in the Xhosa lineage of South Africa is our guest this week. John is one of the first white men…read more.
The Elements—Earth, Air, Fire and Water—are true nourishment for our spirit. This is equally true for three-element and five-element systems also found in shamanic cultures…read more.
The point of our practice whether spiritual or shamanic is the Celebration of Life. What is a shamanic view of life if it is not…read more.
This week we explore the lifeway of a shaman and what that can still mean today in this world of advertising, misinformation, and workshops on…read more.