Sunday, March 11, 2007

The Shamanic Priestess Process: Differentiation, Integration

The more I learn about The Shamanic Priestess Process (TM), the more impressed I am with it as a transformational path for women. Yeah, I's flowery, it's feminine, and it's full of stuff we men just don't get. That's the point. It's a feminine (communion) path in a masculine (agentic) world. That's why it works so well.

The Shamanic Priestess Process is coming to Seattle, and I urge women who are seeking ways of differentiating from what they've been doing that somehow isn't working for them, to check out one of the free previews coming on these dates:
  • Tuesday, March 20th, 7:30 pm, University Heights Center, 5031 University Wy NE
  • Tuesday, May 22nd, 7:30 pm, Ananda Meditation Ctr, 6509 Roosevelt Way NE
  • Thursday, June 28th, 7:30 pm, The Integral Loft, 80 Yesler Wy, ste 300
This deep and life changing process is getting rave reviews from the women who have experienced it.
"The Priestess process is an enlivening and powerful exploration of the Divine Feminine - both within and without. It is an essential step in self-actualization and cultural evolution. I highly recommend it. Buckle up, it's quite a ride." - DG

"Simply stated, it is the most incredible gift I could have given myself in this lifetime." - EM
Differentiation to Integration. Listen to this radio interview with Shamanic High Priestess and Transpersonal Psychotherapist, Anyaa McAndrew, where she really lays out the process and what women can expect from it.

For more information: Kathryn Russell. 206.525.2025


Anonymous said...

You Rock! Thanks for the great message about the Shamanic Priestess Process, Gary! I am an Apprentice for the process right now and am calling in my first circle, in my online wanderings I ran into your blog and really appreciate it. So, Thanks! :)
Much love, Megan

Anonymous said...

I concur, Gary. And I would add that in looking for a Circle that one needs to be sure that several things are in place:
1. a written policy for personal safety. Body Sacred has such a policy and it makes every adult responsible for their own safety both physical and psychological.
2. a written touch consent policy. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio developed a touch consent policy for their campus. One must request permission to touch, kiss, sex, etc…not just the first time, but every occasion.
3. Two facilitators for every Circle...Megan, if you aren't certified to diagnosis and treat someone who has psychological problems, make sure you refer them to someone who can. The process is healing but not therapy.