The Path of (Khan) the Sacred Serpent is a Curanderismo technique for reprogramming the mind and living a better life. This is a Curanderismo workshop with Paloma Cervantes.
In this workshop we will explore the various mental patterns we have embedded in our minds that are blocking us from expressing our fullest potential. We will learn to change these patterns using traditional Curanderismo techniques, which will include a number of meditation exercises, identifying ancient archetypes, and approaching the mind in the way the brain “talks”.
We will discuss things such as our attitude towards work, love, parenting, success, etc. This workshop will be “eye opening” and “life changing” as you will learn to uncover and face your blocks. It is not always the easiest thing to do but it is definitely essential if we are to evolve as human beings on our spiritual paths. The result can be liberating and amazing!
This teaching comes from the Mayan tradition in which I was taught. The Path of Khan, the Sacred Serpent, is about awakening the “Sacredness” within us in order to become a better human. It is the snake in each of us growing our wings in our spiritual path to evolve into Khan, the sacred winged serpent. This class is part of a series of workshops known as “Awakening the Sacred Serpent”.
Our workshop begins with a Fire Ceremony in the Curanderismo tradition and an introduction talk. When possible we will have the workshop in Mother Nature
Who is invited
Everyone is welcome; you don’t need to know anything just to be willing to improve your life. Read more here
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Instructor & Practitioner
Paloma Cervantes is a Mexican Shaman or Curandera born and raised into the tradition. Working as a Curandera since 1986. She writes and teaches about Shamanism, Curanderismo, Spiritual Herbalism and Ancient Healing Traditions. IMPORTANT NOTE: Paloma is a Shaman who does not use any hallucinogenic plants, brews, ceremonial tobaccos..etc. Please do not use these or cannabis prior to her events.
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