- “When Sekhmet Becomes Alive” Nancy Polet (August 8th 2017)
On Tuesday August 8th 2017 the lecture “When Sekhmet Becomes Alive” by Nancy Polet was recorded by Miles Johnston in the Bases Project Studio in Devizes, Wiltshire, UK. Click on this link or the image below to view the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVkJqiYk5xE&feature=share
- Sunday August 13th 2017, Ayni Despacho Ceremony Workshop with Inka shaman Heather Clewett (Zutphen)
We invite you to the Ayni Despacho Ceremony Workshop where you will learn how to create your own Despacho so that you will have a new and powerful tool to use for your own life and to share with others.
For centuries, the “paqos” – the high mountain shamans also known as the “wisdom keepers” from the Q’ero lineage of Peru have practiced the Ayni Despacho Ceremony. The word Ayni means balance and harmony. The Q’ero people believe that when humans are out of balance and harmony with themselves, others, and Pachamama (Mother Earth), then the world responds to this and becomes imbalanced as well reflecting it through all different aspects of daily life.
The Ayni Despacho weaves together the 3 worlds of the shamans – the Hananpacha (upper world of Spirit), Kaypacha (middle world of matter and physical form), the Ukhupacha (lower world of elementals) as well as balancing the divine feminine and divine masculine.
This profound ceremony is extremely effective when you feel imbalanced in your mental, emotional, and/or physical body. The ceremony assists you to release old ways of being that no longer serve you, and set new intentions for who it is you are becoming. Each ingredient used in this Despacho is given your prayers by using your breath, resulting in the Ayni Despacho becoming a living conscious field for direct communication with Spirit, with the intention to bring you into a place of harmony, union and balance with the natural world.
The Q’ero say that within a two week time of your Ayni Despacho ceremony, you will be presented with the opportunity for greater balance, harmony, and well-being as well as the ability to stay stuck in a lack of balance and harmony…Choose wisely!
Some of the items that are used in the Ayni Despacho ceremony: “Coca leaves, bay leaves, or eucalyptus leaves are used to hold prayers. Sugar, chocolate, and various sweets bring sweetness and love to the prayers. Corn, quinoa, and other grains are used to acknowledge our gratitude to Pachamama. At the end of the ceremony, the Despacho is offered to a ceremonial fire, to sacred waters or buried in Pachamama.
While everyone else is waiting for infinity, the shaman says, “How about today?”
Why wait for those sacred moments to maybe appear (or not), when we can consciously co-create them anytime, anywhere through the Ayni Despacho ceremony?
A personal note from Heather Clewett that gives you insight on why we should be performing this ritual
Our world today offers each of us many opportunities to realign ourselves to Ayni on a daily basis. It is not possible, from my way of looking at it, to not be affected by the challenges in our world, and in our own personal lives. As someone who has many different tools to bring inner ease, peace, balance, and harmony back into my life, the one that touches my heart the deepest and has the most lasting effect, is the Ayni Despacho. Whether it is the passing of a loved one, a crisis with your career, wealth, health, or relationship, or just feeling the stress of everyday life, the very act of creating the Ayni Despacho begins to bring the feeling of tranquility back to your being.For thousands of years this ceremony has been performed by the Wisdom Keepers at new moons, full moons, or other sacred times, however, now these same Wisdom Keepers are asking all that know this sacred ceremony to perform it as often as possible. Each one of us is needed to co-create a world that works for everyone. The energy of anger and fear is powerful. However, unconditioned loving intent powered by your heart will always be the most powerful!Heather ClewettSedona, Arizona24 June 2017
Heather Clewett has devoted many years to the study, practice and exploration of ancient healing methods of the Inka and pre-Inka Shamans. As a widely acclaimed lecturer, teacher, healer, researcher, and writer based in Sedona, Arizona, she assists people in the United States and Europe to create sustainable change in all aspects of their lives. For more information about Heather’s seminars and private sessions, visit www.Inkavisions.com.
Cursusleiding en voertaal:
Cursusleider is Heather Clewett, afkomstig uit Sedona Arizona. Heather is Sensar Sjamaan in de Inka Traditie. De workshop wordt in eenvoudig Engels gegeven.
Wat neem je zelf mee?
Voor het maken van de Despacho zijn diverse items nodig zoals hierboven beschreven. Sommige items zijn al aanwezig, maar andere items zijn meer persoonlijk en die zul je zelf mee moeten brengen. Daarover ontvang je tijdig bericht.
Zondag 13 augustus 2017 van 10.00 tot 17.00 uur
€ 95,– per persoon. Deze prijs is inclusief koffie en thee, maar exclusief lunch. Het aantal plaatsen is beperkt (ca. 25) dus reageer snel.
Aanmelden voor deze workshop kan via het contactformulier of door een mail te sturen naar firstname.lastname@example.org onder vermelding van “Ayni Despacho”. De kosten bedragen € 95,– per persoon in de voorverkoop. De aanmelding is definitief nadat de betaling is ontvangen. Je kunt € 95,– overmaken op NL78 ABNA 0467074526 t.n.v. R.J. Beljon (BIC code: ABNANL2A) Je kunt ook bellen met: 06 54752559.
Brasserie Fort Bronsbergen
7207 AD Zutphen
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Voldoende gratis parkeergelegenheid
Heather Clewett studeerde toegepaste wis- en natuurkunde aan de universiteit van Chico (USA), waarna ze verhuisde naar Silicon Valley en begon te werken in de micro-elektronica. Uiteindelijk startte ze een bedrijf in testapparatuur voor telecommunicatie. Rond de eeuwwisseling verliet ze de wereld van wetenschap en technologie en begon als docent en coach op het gebied van energy healing, mindfulness en stress management.
Heather is al 26 jaar ondernemer en kan net zo gemakkelijk praten over quantum fysica als een iemand begeleiden in het rouwproces na het verliezen van een geliefde of een cursus energy healing technieken geven. Drie succesvolle ondernemingen verder brengt het nieuwste avontuur haar in de wereld van de speelfilm.
In het tijdschrift Paravisie verscheen in november 2014 een artikel over Heather Clewett naar aanleiding van haar workshop Egg Clearing. Klik op de afbeelding om het artikel te lezen:
Bezoek de website van Heather:
Als u automatisch op de hoogte wilt blijven van de lezingen, meld u dan aan voor de nieuwsbrief.
Voor meer informatie kunt u ook telefonisch contact opnemen op: 06 54752559.
- Goddess Sekhmet “The Sacred Journey” 19th to 26th October 2017 (Egypt)
From October 19th to October 26th 2017, Petra and Annemarie Veltman will organize a trip to Egypt entitled: Goddess Sekhmet “The Sacred Journey”. On this search for the Egyptian Goddess you will be encompanied by special guest Nancy Polet, who will share her personal experience and everything she knows about Sekhmet.
More information will follow soon.
- “Als Sekhmet tot je spreekt”, artikel van Nancy Polet in Frontier Magazine maart 2017
- Crop Circle Exhibition and Centre in The Barge Inn Honeystreet
A new and charming venue has been found for the Crop Circle Exhibition & Centre 2017 at The Barge Inn at Honeystreet near Alton Barnes, Wiltshire.
The multi-media exhibition, initially created for the Wiltshire Museum in 2014 and later shown at St. Peter’s Church in Marlborough, will be on display from 15th July till 11th August 2017 (daily 11am – 5pm, free entry). Attached to the exhibition will be the Crop Circle Centre, where people can hear the latest crop circle news and enjoy a range of homemade and organic refreshments.
The exhibition features the key facts of crop circle phenomenon and mixes it with stunning photography and footage. As the Barge Inn and its surrounding area have a long and colorful crop circle history, a special topic on this will be included in the coming exhibition.
The new Italian landlords of The Barge Inn, Pietro and Barbara Cuomo, recently decided to dedicate a part of their home in the converted Barn to host the Exhibition & Centre. On the garden-terraces, visitors can enjoy a wide range of delightful refreshments with an Italian touch. Besides traditional English dishes, homemade Italian food will be on the menu, along with Italian wines from the new wine-bar, lovely Italian coffees, organic ice-cream and healthy fruit smoothies.
The Barge Inn has a world-wide reputation for being the annual meeting place for crop circle tourists, fans, enthusiasts with all kinds of views and opinions about what crop circles are, how they form and who or what makes them.
The team of the Barge Inn and the team of Crop Circle Exhibition & Centre, hope to welcome old and new ‘croppies’ to this special and historical place, to see the exposition, to hear the latest crop circle news, get inspired, relax, eat, drink, discuss and meet.
Looking forward to meet you in the summer.
Monique Klinkenbergh and Andreas Müller, Exhibition & Centre Pietro and Barbara Cuomo, The Barge Inn
Crop Circle Exhibition & Centre 2017 Open: 15th July – 11th August 2017, Daily 11am – 5 pm The Barge Inn, Honeystreet, Pewsey SN9 5PS, UK email@example.com