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Modern Technology Boosts Shamanic Practice Accessibility

Jennifer Craig

Jennifer Craig

As interest in ancient shamanic healing arts and ceremony grows, Jennifer “Smiling Shaman” Craig, has found a need to employ technology to meet the growing demand for information, instruction and participation. Now, residents of the tri-state area do not need to travel to Peru to sit in ceremony mountain medicine-man- and woman-style. Nor do they need to sign up for a course, costing upwards of $10,000, just to get a taste of the healing that is possible through ancient energy medicine. Craig offers free information on her website, SmilingShaman.com, and makes it easy to receive invitations to ceremony and shamanic workshops simply by texting SMILING to 55222 to sign up for Smiling Shaman Invites.

While some of these events are listed on the “Ceremonies” page of her website, as well as in the calendar section of Natural Awakenings Lehigh Valley, subscribers to Smiling Shaman Invites will receive advance notice of upcoming public events, invites to invitation-only events and the first opportunity to register. With the overwhelming responsibilities and commitments of modern life, it is helpful to have a simple text reminder to slow down and take time to make life sacred by participating personally in ceremony, and more importantly, in one’s own sacred journey.

Stay tuned for the $5 Smiling Shaman Meet & Greet, Q&A and Slideshow sessions at local coffee shops and brewpubs around the tri-state area by subscribing today.

For more information, call or text Jennifer at 970-317-0118 or visit JenniferCraig.me/ceremonies.

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