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  • Full Name: Liz Forrest
  • Location: 705 Beaver Point Road
  • Phone: 604-809-7349
  • Expires: 2 days, 22 hours

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    The first practice guides the participant into the first 2 levels of the Toltec Masteries, The Mastery of Awareness and The Master of Transformation.
    Learning and utilizing practical and shamanic tools that enable you to heighten your Awareness as to what is holding you back in your life
    and to energetically reclaim your energy from your past to shift agreements and belief systems that are no longer serving you. You will learn
    actual techniques to reclaim your energy from your past and to release others energies that don’t belong to you. This is a powerful launch into Toltec WIsdom.
    This is a 4 hour class 1x/month beginning Dec. 2nd or 3rd(being scheduled now) on Saltspring island. the cost is $100 per month.
    The length of the program is a minimum of 6 months.
    This course is also being offered in Vancouver beginning Nov 25th or 26th.

    The second program is THE MOTHER BOOK practice. This is a 6 month course, 5 hour class 1x/month, with weekly checkins as well. cost is $125/month.
    The Mother Book practice is some the most profound and life-altering healing we can offer ourselves. You will learn how to explore your perceptions
    of “Mother” and “Mother Love” and heal any wounding from your experience of being born to the Mother you have/had. Whether you were raised by your
    biological Mother or by someone else who held that Mother role for you, whether your Mother is alive or has passed over, this practice offers some of our deepest
    healing with the person who quite literally, gave us life.
    This course is being offered on Saltspring beginning Dec 2nd or 3rd and in Vancouver beginning Nov 25th or 26th.

    The third program is for Advanced Students. By that I mean participants have studied the Toltec Practices for a lengthy period of time and have a strong foundation
    on this path. This class will be a combination of practices, serving the existing advanced group on the island at the level they are currently and
    integrating segments of Apprentice level work also. This is also the Circle for advanced people who would like to re-charge their Toltec Practices in a consistent
    Circle with others who share the same Intent.
    This is a 4 hour class. The cost is $100 per month beginning Dec 2nd or 3rd.
    This course is being offered in Vancouver beginning Nov 25th or 26th.
    Please contact me to register at: thekiva@me.com if you are interested in learning these Shamanic Practices from the Toltecs of Central Mexico.

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