The Art of Cowry Shell Divination
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This is a very special opportunity to enroll in a one year educational program with Malidoma Some. Only nine people will be admitted to this program.
Divination is an effective tool for tackling the crisis of the human psyche in modern time. Divination clarifies the meaning of the soul’s quest and shed light to the obstacles to overcome on the way to successful living. In other word, divination does not just tell you what is going on in your life; it tells you what you need to do in order to flow into your gifts and fulfill your purpose. Divination provide a positive spin on human challenges by emphasizing gifts and purpose.
Teacher: Malidoma Patrice Some is from Burkina Faso, West Africa. In his native language, Malidoma means “be friends with the stranger”. A gifted medicine man of the Dagara tribe, he holds three master’s degrees and two doctorates, from the Sorbonne and Brandeis. He is the author of ‘Of Water and the Spirit’. He is a spokes person and storyteller of the African Wisdom tradition.
The Training Program
Welcome to this yearlong divination certification training, a program designed to bring you up to date on the interpretation of symbols and elemental geomancy. This program comprises four weekend sessions.
Weekend 1: Understanding the elementals.
Weekend 2: Understanding the symbol and its position on the cloth.
Weekend 3: The art of prescription. Divination and ritual healing.
Weekend 4: Deepening the practice and certification ritual
In between session there will be online classes, homework, and opportunity to practice with your course mates.
Weekend Training Course Dates:
March 19 / 20, 2016
July 2 / 3, 2016
October 8 / 9, 2016
February 9-12, 2017
Time: Saturdays 9-6pm, Sunday 8-12
Location of weekend workshops: Orlando
Cost: $4,000 for the one year training program, including the certificate.
—Download a flyer: Malidoma Some Divination Training Program 2016.pdf
Enroll by contacting Machiel Klerk at 801-656-8806 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org