Program slated on Walking the Four Directions
Judy Ogden, M.A. will present Walking the Four Directions beginning May 8. The program is based on Angeles Arrien’s “The Four-Fold Way.” Everyone is invited to a Medicine Circle, where they will learn traditional and contemporary teachings, share information and experience personal wisdom.
The study group will explore the four universal archetypes emphasized in most Shamanic traditions. They are:
North: The Warrior, expressing leadership ability.
East: The Visionary, expressing creativity and vision.
South: The Healer, expressing and receiving love.
West: The Teacher, expressing wisdom through effective communication.
Summer is the Season of the Visionary. In this two-month season participants will look in depth at the Visionary archetype, expressing vision and creativity. They will consider practices to develop the Inner Visionary, Tools of the Visionary, the Visionary’s Connection to Nature and how the Unclaimed Visionary (the Shadow) reveals itself.
The session will take place at two different times on May 8. Participants may attend from 3 to 5 p.m. or 7 to 9 p.m. A two-month commitment is required and the cost is $20 per session. Each participant should bring a pillow or backrest, notebook and pen.
Ogden has lived at South Lake Tahoe for 34 years She has done certified bodywork and massage for 24 years and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in California and Nevada. She is in private practice.
For more information call Ogden at (530) 544-8580 or 544-2570.
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