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Transgendered Spirituality with Raven Kaldera

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We have been symbols of the sacred two-in-one for thousands of years. Come hear the ancient stories about us, and rediscover our sacred nature. For transgendered people of all stripes, and anyone who is just interested in more direct ways of spiritually balancing male and female. By the author of “Hermaphrodeities: The Transgender Spirituality Workbook”.

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Sacred Drumming in Ritual with Stephanie Segar

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Sacred Drumming and the power of Song in Ritual with Stephanie Segar

There are many that use singing, dancing, and drumming to achieve an altered state of consciousness. In this hands-on workshop, drums will be provided. This will be both a teaching workshop, as well as an interactive drumming workshop. The experiential will be interwoven in with the teachings, and we will drop down from our head consciousness into our heart. When in the realm of the heart, we feel, experience, and move with the energy that flows through us – instead of just think about and contemplate. Join us in this fun class! Bring your own drum, only about 15-20 drums available. If you wish to borrow a drum, come to the workshop early to claim it for the workshop itself.

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Holidays and Rites of Passage on the New Normal

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Please join Tchipakkan on the New Normal 8 pm Wednesday, 2-24-16, 8-9 p.m. est.
Those who’ve known me for long know that my passions include history and food, and these come together to create a fascination with holidays. Why are certain days considered holy? Why do humans need holidays? What do they have in common?

Many times holidays provide an occasion for us to stop and orient ourselves with our culture, with the world around us (passing of seasons), or with the gods and spirits with whom we interact. Rites of Passage usually mark a change in our relationships with others- birth, death, marriage, becoming an adult, joining a group that is seen as different from other groups within our culture. Often we take these occasions to remind ourselves of old stories, we eat (or avoid) special foods, we clean ourselves and our living spaces. If these actions weren’t

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important, they would not be so prevalent. Looking at what they mean, what they do, how they change us and our relationships, we can make them more meaningful in our own lives.

We’ll also talk about when we don’t celebrate the “mainstream” holidays, and try to get time off for minority religious or personal holidays, how does that effect your relationship with those around you, both those who share, and who don’t share your faith based holiday?

 

Please feel free to call in with any stories and descriptions about how you and your family and friends celebrate holidays. Do you have special meaningful ones, or do you just go along with whatever happens and take advantage of a day off to sleep in?

The call in number is: 619-639-4606
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To listen live: open a window on your computer to www.Liveparanormal.com, sign in, and click on Shows, and the New Normal to listen. To listen later at your convenience, shows are archived by date on LiveParanormal.com here, and they’re organized by date, topic and guest on Tchipakkan.com .

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Speaker on New Normal: Sheri Ann Cook

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Sheri Ann Cook You’d better grab yourself a snack for this one… Tchipakkan’s Guest on the New Normal on Wednesday is Sheri Ann Cook, and we “kitchen witches” will be talking about food! There is nothing we all do more often than eat (even more than we sleep), and what we consume makes a sacred connection between humans and the planet.

Sheri will be doing a workshop at Changing Times-Changing Worlds on Ritual Baking, and we’ll be talking about how to make your kitchen a magickal place, how to make your food work for you, what’s she’s been up to recently and what’s on the menu as we move into the cold dark of the year.

I know you cook! Do you cast spells? Do you know that many of the ingredients in your kitchen like cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves are powerful magical SAC cookies augingredients? So is your parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme! (and other ingredients from milk to meat to pasta!) We may even share some special recipes!

SACTiramisu cookiesPlease call in with any stories or questions: 619-639-4606

To listen live: open a window on your computer to www.Liveparanormal.com, sign in, and click on Shows, and the New Normal to listen. To listen later at your convenience, shows are archived by date on LiveParanormal.com here, and they’re organized by date, topic and guest on Tchipakkan.com .
OK- we had technical difficulty getting Sheri on last week. This time for sure! If not- come to the conference and see her there!

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Workshop Spotlight: Ritual Baking with Sheri Ann Cook

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Learn how to cook in a conscious way. Practice self-actualization every day. An activity that we need to do – is nourish our bodies and foods consume. We can help you with your worthy plight. Take theWiccan kitchen almond crescents class and walk in might. All in a day and all in a night, ignite your powers and gain insight.

Sheri Ann Cook is a Chef and Wiccan

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