2022 Ancestral Healing Summit
Program & Replays
Powerful Teachings From Our Ancient Ancestors
When we think of ancestors most of us focus on our immediate ancestors. But in reality human beings have been living on this Earth for tens of thousands of years. What do our ancient ancestors have to teach us about surviving earth changes and pandemics. Renowned international shamanic teacher Sandra Ingerman shares her wisdom on this topic.
In this session, you’ll:
- Our ancestral lines date farther back than our immediate ancestors
- The teachings of the ancients had to share about surviving catastrophic events
- What caused their societies to break down and how to we make changes to not repeat history
Sandra Ingerman, MA
Sandra Ingerman, MA, is a world-renowned teacher of shamanism, and is recognized for bridging ancient cross-cultural healing methods with modern culture. She's been teaching for almost 40 years, and has taught workshops worldwide on shamanic journeying, healing, and reversing environmental pollution using spiritual methods.
Sandra is a licensed marriage and family therapist, professional mental health counselor, and a board-certified expert on traumatic stress. Watkins Body Mind Spirit magazine honored her by including her in their 100 Most Spiritually Influential People of 2020. She was also chosen as one of the Top 10 Spiritual Leaders of 2013 by Spirituality and Health magazine, and was awarded the 2007 Peace Award from the Global Foundation for Integrative Medicine.
She's an award-winning author of 12 books, including Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self... Medicine for the Earth... Walking in Light... and The Book of Ceremony: Shamanic Wisdom for Invoking the Sacred in Everyday Life. She's also been a presenter for eight audio programs produced by Sounds True.
Since the 1980s, thousands of people have healed from past and present traumas through Soul Retrieval, the classic cross-cultural shamanic healing method Sandra teaches.
Sandra joined in partnership with Renee Baribeau to create a weekly, 30-minute podcast called The Shamans Cave.