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Red Horse Barta Builds Medicine Wheel Gardens

Red Horse Barta will be in residence at the Traveling Shamans Desert Camp in Grand Junction for several weeks as he builds a medicine wheel garden and a tipi for the Camp. The medicine wheel is already partially built and we are planning on having fire circles there soon. If you would like to help with the raising of the tipi this spring, call Julia at 970-200-LOVE.

Red Horse is also available for teaching about the medicine wheel and/or building a medicine wheel garden for you on your property. Watch website for a schedule of fire circles to be held at the Desert Camp. Please connect with Red Horse on the Traveling Shamans website, if you'd like to schedule a session with him or have him build a medicine wheel garden. Red Horse may also available to travel to your area to build a medicine wheel garden for you. You can also connect with Redhorse at the Tribal Vision Festival in Taos June 29th - July 1st.


The Artist as Shaman

“In the mythic tradition, both artists and shamans walk perilously close to the realm of madness; indeed, in some cases, their gifts specifically come from journeying into madness, or Faerie, or the Realm of the Gods and then back again.” 

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The Role of Art in Shamanism

By Visionary Artist and Shamanic Practitioner Katherine Skaggs

 As an artist, and shamanic practitioner, I have been interested in the healing powers of art for some time now. Growing up as an artist, I had no idea of the power of art, I just loved to create and replicate. As time has passed and I have grown older I have experienced art as a doorway to healing, and awakening consciousness. And as I stepped onto the shamanic pathway, I began to see how shamanic cultures throughout time have understood the deep healing power of art, and its capacity to express the wisdom of the soul, as well as bring healing to the mind, body and spirit.

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