February 05, 2018 - Monday 7:30-9pm - Vulnerability and Power in the Shaman’s World - with Ya'Avoc Darling Khan

According to Ya’Acov Darling Khan, many in the spiritual world separate the light from the dark but, in the shaman’s world, bringing our dreams to earth is a dance of light and dark, an alchemical blend of power and vulnerability.

Power without domination and vulnerability without self-pity are twin keys for soulful living and taking our place as empowered, conscious human beings whose intention is to make as much positive impact in the world as possible.

Ya’Acov Darling Khan has been studying and practicing shamanism all his life. When he was 21, he was hit by lightning and resolved to learn to use the shamanic gifts he had experienced as a child. He has been recognised as a practicing shaman by Elder Shamans from the Sami (European tradition), and Achuar and Sápara peoples of the Amazon. He is the Co-Creator of Movement Medicine, a contemporary and dynamic shamanic practice designed to support people from all walks of life to be who they are and give what they’ve got.

Ya’Acov teaches straight from the heart. His work inspires people, often with great humour, to remember who they are and give what they’ve got. He is the Co-Author of Movement Medicine - How to Dance, Awaken and Live your Dreams, (Hay House 2009) and the author of Jaguar in the Body, Butterfly in the Heart (Hay House 2017).

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