In me I find two worlds – one of Earth, one of Spirit
Shamanism, the ancient spirituality of the Earth, is a way of life. We live shamanism, and learn to be the bridge between the physical world and the parallel spiritual realities.
Shamanism is an experiential path. There is no dogma. Fotoula teaches ancient methods of classic and cross cultural shamanism that have been practiced on the Earth for thousands of years.
Fotoula Adrimi following a fire ceremony
Fotoula says, "I adopt a cross cultural approach to shamanism, based on my training in classic and core shamanism, Native American, Himalayan, Bon Po, Toltec, Celtic and Ancient Greek teachings and rituals. I carry a rich shamanic lineage from my family, that used to be practiced in the mountain of Pelion of Greece and has been fast disappearing. At the same time, I have studied widely with both western teachers such as Sandra Ingerman, as well as indigenous shamans and healers, such as Bhola Bastola in Nepal and Tibet."
The workshops take you on a journey of self-discovery as these practices work for the highest good and the light, through the immense power of the human heart. Participants learn to engage with parallel realities in a safe way and are assisted to expand their horizons, develop personally and spiritually and increase their etheric power.
Fotoula Adrimi speaking about the Shamanic Path
Shamanism Courses, Circle and Ceremony
The Journey of Initiation (all levels)
Glasgow Shamanic Circle (all levels):
The Way of the Drum Shamanic Circle
(October 2020-October 2021 a year and a day)
Introduction to Shamanism and Shamanic Journeying
07 March 2020
Workshop on shamanic journeying, healing and ceremony
Death and Dying I and II
20-21 July and 30 Nov-01 Dec 2019
The shamanic process of death, psychopomping and de-possession.
Shamanic Healing with Spiritual Light
23-25 May 2020
Working with shamanic healing through the drum and transfiguration
The Medicine Walk Rite
29 May-01 June 2020
29 July-05 August (open to everyone, women and men)
Pilgrimage to Nepal and Tibet