‘Change Your Life’ series returns to Eagle County
EAGLE — The weekend workshop series Change Your Story, Change Your Life kicks off again Friday through Sunday.
The course, based on the work of psychologist Carl Greer, aims to combine Jungian, shamanic energy medicine and positive psychology concepts to shift old patterns to lead a happier, more meaningful life.
The series is taught by Mary and Rachel Rogers, a mother-daughter team based in Eagle.
“We all have a story,” Mary Rogers said. “The question is how is that story serving you? Is it a creative, dynamic story that supports you and your life’s dream? Or is it a story that seems to be full of dips and ruts that slow you down, or even hold you back? Do you define your story? Or does your story define you?”
“Rather than remain stuck or uncertain, we can in effect write a new story for ourselves,” Rachel Rogers said.
Participants will learn shamanic ways of the Q’ero of Peru, build a sacred medicine bundle known as a mesa and receive transformative rites. Attendees will also learn to “journey,” find a power animal and discover patterns that may hold them back and how to let them go with grace and ease, Mary Rogers said.
Also included in the instruction will be soul retrieval, sand painting, fire ceremony and despacho offering.
No prior experience is necessary for the course.
“Just come with an open, beginner’s mind, a steadfast heart and a desire to experience real change in your life,” Mary Rogers said, adding that mesa carriers are welcome to continue deepening their work. Participants must be 18 or older.
For more information, contact Mary Rogers at email@example.com; 970-376-0826; or Rachel Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-376-3782. Their website is http://www.strungfromthemoon.com.
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