About Shamanic Work & Healing With Live Wood:
Guided meditations, practical healing work with LiveWood, stories about ancient folklore in Britain around 10000 BC and connecting to wild and tamed dryads
This is the once-in-a-life-time opportunity to see the old and the young Dusty working together. Dusty 13 usually gives seminars in Germany, Switzerland and Austria on his own with his translator Martin Adam. So does Dusty 14 working together with his translator Claudia Miller who is also his wife and a Priestess of the Goddess like her mother-in-law Jen Miller (wife of Dusty 13)
This workshop will be unique and unusual as we have, on one hand, Dusty 13 an excellent and charismatic story teller and LiveWood Craftsman knowing all the old stories and everything about LiveWood you need to know and on the other hand, Dusty 14 also an excellent LiveWood Craftsman and a Shamanic Healer in his own right who worked with LiveWood Healing Tools since 25 years and can teach you all about the practical use of LiveWood Tools.
This is a chance you should not miss out on.
The Dusty Millers are ShaMan of a tribe that lived just after the last ice age in Britain in an area nowadays known as Kent. They roamed the forests 'the weald of Kent', Andreds Wood in a radius of 25 miles having summer camps in the Medway area and winter camps more to the south in Canterbury. They know this area like the back of their hands.
They worship the Great Mother Goddess (like Venus of Willendorf) and their tribe was and is matriarchal. The Dusties (ShaMan) of the tribe were the spiritual guides who not only looked after the pigs but also after the well-being of every single member of the tribe. Their female partners were the midwives and the priestesses of the tribe who looked after the wellbeing of the women and children, creating ceremonies to honour the Goddess, celebrating woman hood and passing on herstory (tribal stories) in the red moon lodges. (In these times women of a tribe would still bleed together once a month. To honour this they were free of duties and spent their time together in a special hut sitting on leaves and moss to let the blood flow freely into the earth. The men would bring food and drink to make sure they were looked after. During this time the tribal stories were passed down from the mothers to their daughters. The women had a tight knit social network in the tribe and the men were mostly kept out of it. Also there were ceremonies which were held by the Dusty and the Priestess together like marriages, name giving etc.)
The Dusties live in harmony with mother earth and its beings and so learned to communicate with trees. That is their special gift. Over the centuries of working together, the tree spirits, the dryads, trusted the Dusties so they worked out something with the 'folks upstairs' to give them a dryad clone in a piece of branch or root to help the tribal members of Dusties in their self development. The Dusties of our time are trusted by the tree beings, dryads, to make pieces of LiveWood to help the whole of humanity in its self development and ascension process. So we as human beings learn again to live and work together as one with each other and with mother earth and with the animal, plant and mineral kingdoms.
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Friday 15 March: 19.00 - approx. 21.00
Fee: Euros 25
Saturday 16 March: 10.00-12.30; 14.30-19.30
Sunday 17 March: 10.00-12.30; 14.30-17.00
Fee (including Introductory Evening): Euros 250
Food & accommodation optional for a fee - please enquire at the booking office