Invitation to a Shameeah Ceremony
With Roland H. Guenther
I invite you to a blind Shameeah on March 17 – 19, 2017 in Courtenay on Vancouver Island.
I am sending this invitation to you personally, it will not be sent out publicly.
You know about Shameeah, because you have already experienced it. Now, blind – that means that we do not know what substance we are using. It could be any plant, mineral or animal. In a Shameeah ceremony we rely on our inner senses, our perception of subtle energies in our body, in our emotions, our mind and in our soul. Knowing the origin of the substance that we are dealing with, can be very distracting because our mind jumps in, making up stories. However, in a Shameeah we are the students, we listen to what nature shares with us. So we have to be as quiet as possible in order to hear. Nature does not yell at us. Mostly she just whispers. Not knowing means that our mind can relax in this not-knowing and with less mental interference and more authenticity we can perceive nature’s messages.
The Fee for the weekend is $ 210.00. If you register and pay before March 5th, you can take advantage of the Early-Bird Fee of only $ 155.00.
Location: We will meet on 1736 England Ave in Courtenay on Vancouver Island. Our venue is situated very central in Courtenay at the intersection of 17th Ave and England Ave.
Courtenay is easy to reach. The Comox airport is only 15 minutes away. If you will come with the car from the mainland, take the ferry to Nanaimo. From there it is only an hour and 15 minutes drive to Courtenay.
On Friday evening, March 17th at 7:30 pm, I will give a short introduction into Shameeah and some teachings about perceiving and sharing in a Shameeah.
We will meet on Saturday 18th at 9:30 am. We are likely to be done around 6:00 pm.
On Sunday 19th we will start again at 9:00 am and will be done probably around 4:00 pm.
If you are looking for Accommodation, please let me know and I will send you suggestions. There are lots of possibilities in walking distance of 10 minutes around our very central venue.
For any other questions, send me an email.
Maybe we will soon be together on an exciting journey of discovery into nature.
Shameeah of the Oregon Grape (Mahonia nervosa)
February 10, 11 and 12, 2017 in Courtenay, Vancouver Island.
The Oregon Grape is a widespread herb that often covers the shaded ground of a Douglas fir forest. In the Pacific Northwest it is one of the most common plants you can find and even now in winter it still is green. As a healing herb, it has a long tradition. It was used widely among Native tribes, especially along the coast. We know uses for the body, but little is known about the energetic qualities of this herb and almost nothing is known what it can heal in our soul, what it can teach us. So join me and find out.
Fee: $210.00 for the weekend.
Register and pay before January 31, to take advantage of the Early-Bird Fee of only $155.00.
Location: 1736 England Ave in Courtenay, Vancouver Island.
Our venue is situated very central in Courtenay at the intersection of 17th Ave and England Ave. Courtenay is easy to reach. The Comox airport is only 15 minutes away. If you come by car from the mainland, take the ferry to Nanaimo. From there it is only an hour and 15 minutes drive to Courtenay.
Time: Friday evening, February 10 at 7:30 pm, I will give an introduction to the energetics and history of Shameeah. A bonus especially for newcomers but also exciting for more experienced Shameeah participants. As a newby a whole new way of connecting nature will open up for you, as an experienced Shameeah participant you have the chance to share your experiences.
Saturday 14 at 9:30 am till 6:00 pm
Sunday 15 at 9:30 am till 2:00 pm
Are you looking for a deeper connection to nature?
I invite you to join me on a Nature Walk in the Victoria BC area, or to experience a Shameeah Workshop.
On Nature Walks, I take you out into nature. I will share what I know of the biology of plants and animals, their healing properties, and their use in Western and Indigenous cultures.Together we will discover the natural world, the animals, the plants that are living with us. You will hear stories, you will touch those beings, and you might even become aware of how they touch us. You will come home with a deeper appreciation for nature.