Wed 20th
Rebekah Shaman
Seeing Beyond the Illusion

When Rebekah returned  to London from the Amazon, twenty-one years ago, after her shamanic apprenticeship with Don Juanito, she was unable to find her way back! Stuck in the urban jungle, with a mission to bring the messages of the Shaman and her Plant Medicine teachers to the West, Rebekah had to find her own way through the unknown. With no map, or idea of how to complete her mission, and only faith and trust in her Plant teachers to guide her, she embarked on a journey of discovery.

With each strange twist and turn of the path, Rebekah uncovered another illusion about herself, and life, in order to see beyond the conditioning and beliefs that had kept her powerless and fearful.

Just like the caterpillar has to realise that it is really a butterfly, Rebekah realised that her plant medicine apprenticeship had reawakened her consciousness and helped her to see beyond the illusion of who she thought she was, so that she could be truly free.

This talk will take you on a journey of adventure on how Rebekah came through the darkness of her own hopelessness, and went beyond the illusions of what she’d been conditioned to believe, to finally find the answers to her questions, ‘Who Am I?’ and ‘Why am I here?’

Rebekah’s mission is to inspire conscious change, helping to bring nature and humanity back into balance, to ensure we leave a healthy and thriving planet for our future generations and all living things. Through her work she seeks to:

Provide simple and effective tools to help you live in tune with the natural rhythm and flow of Nature.
Offer a Shamanic healing clinic to help those with addictions, depression, PTSD, destructive patterns and mental health issues.

Reconnect people to the moon cycles through her Lunascope.

Educate through webinars, Mp3’s, YouTube, blogs and published books The Shaman’s Last Apprentice and Beyond Illusion.

“A human being…experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest—a kind of optical illusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of understanding and compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.

– Albert Einstein

Venue: Abbey House. Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury.

£6 (£5 concs.) on the door including refreshments.
Entry is on a first-arrival basis.





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