As representant of Siberian Shamanism from the Altaj, Shaman Ahamkara will perform the ritual four wolves. The purpose of this ritual is to generate a powerful creative energy and strong protective energy field. You will learn how to work with all four wolves for different creational purposes.
The White Wolf:
He takes you to Ulgen, Siberian god of the future. Ulgen teaches you to create new things, allows you to let it be, really want to become what the future will bring, awareness and to prepare yourself for that future.
The Gray Wolf:
Will lead you to the goddess Umai, the protector of the earth. She is the protector of all, that is connected with the earth, for example: family, animals, home, work and yourself.
The Reddish Brown Wolf:
He takes you to the god Erlik, the guardian of the world of the past and of transformation. In the world of the past, you will be able to let go of things like thoughts, feelings and illnesses, which you do not want anymore. Erlik will also help you to awaken and to get access to ancient knowledge and lost energy.
The Black Wolf:
Brings you to the god Tengri. Tengri brings spiritual power.
Ahamakara: Shaman of the Altai
Home to Ahamkara is the Altai in Siberia where he got initiated into the tradtion by Shaman Arzjana. In this place he owns his own Shamanic Centre “Zhivo”. During a couple of months a year you can find him there, next to his many travels around the globe to spread the methods and wisdom of his people.
Other programs & workshops of Ahamkara:
- “Organ Massage” – 2 days (December 6 & 7, 2018)
- “7 Shamanic death rituals” – 7 rituals (2018: sept 29, okt 20, nov 10, dec 7 & 8; 2019: feb 22, feb 23, april 26, april 27, may 3, 4 & 5)
- “Life without fear” – 2 days (september 19 & 20, 2018)
- “Siberian shamanic healer program” – 14 days (start: september 27-30, 2018)
- “Healing Internal Organs” – 16 days (start: february 21-24, 2019)
Price: EUR 55
Date: september 20 2018, february 26 2019
Submit: via “Submit” (right upper)
Facilities: Dressing room, floor heating, free Lounge & Tea corner
Parking: See Contact page (C.C. De Kimpel)