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*LIVE REMOTE ONLINE OFFERING* CLEANSING & PROTECTING YOUR ENVIRONMENT
July 16 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm$35.00
ZOOM CLASSES OPERATE THE SAME AS IN PERSON CLASSES. WE DO NOT RECORD CLASSES TO PROTECT THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF OUR TEACHERS.
PLEASE NOTE: This class is not an in-person class. This class is being offered as a LIVE ONLINE-ONLY OFFERING. The zoom link will be attached to your receipt. Please check your junk folder in your email if you do not receive a receipt. If you have not received one please email email@example.com. Please register ahead of time to ensure that you make it to the online session on time! (Class times are in MDT time zone)
Class fees are non transferable, please note that we stick to the student agreements clicked on during registration. Please ensure you are able to attend the scheduled class time.
Registration will close one hour prior to class starting.
This class is based on my personal practice, which contains many influences from indigenous to Folk Catholicism. I believe the knowledge of cleansing our spaces and applying magical and sacred symbolism are practices that belong to anyone who wishes to utilize them. Many of the teachings are foundations that can be applied as delivered in class or customized to suit almost any practice, tradition or belief.
The spaces we exist in are where we go to recharge, create, develop, and heal. Cleansing and protecting our personal environments such as our homes and businesses, is essential to nourishing our energy bodies and cultivating healthy boundaries. It is also an important component of having good spiritual hygiene.
In this class, I will teach in detail some of the most common ways to cleanse your personal space. Then, I will share with you some of the most ancient forms of embedding sacred symbols into your environment…some hidden and some in plain sight. I will share with you the sigils of several of the Archangels, their “call symbols” and the different areas of our lives they protect from health to the actual structure of our space. If Angels are not your cup of tea, it is okay! This information easily translates to other traditions and deities.
I will also teach you a red thread ceremony and you will leave with the knowledge of how to create these protective amulets to use them in your personal environments.
Lisa Martinez is a board-certified Doctor of Natural Medicine who walks the traditional healing and spiritual path of Curanderismo. This path can be described as a multifaceted blend of healing practices from the past and present that include indigenous folk medicine modalities from Mesoamerica to Africa and it strongly influenced by Spanish Spiritualism and Judaism. Her family roots are from Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado where curanderismo was and still is an enriching and common way of life. Lisa’s grandmothers were her biggest influences providing her a lifelong apprenticeship. These teachings lead to the development of sacred connections with plants, stones and spiritual practices that are used to help others in their journey to emotional, mental, physical and spiritual healing.
Private sessions with Lisa are holistic and intuitive in nature and are personalized to include the body-mind-spirit connection in conjunction with the cosmic energies, ancestors, santos, angels, and guides. Her therapies and modalities utilize a variety of traditional techniques such as platica (heart to heart conversation), body work, sacred plants, aromatherapy, dream analysis and use of obsidian to encourage and engage the body’s innate healing response. Her practice also includes limpias (spiritual cleansings) and end of life transitions.
Lisa is a registered Psychotherapist with the State of Colorado. She is a student of La Maestra Clarissa Pinkola Estés and has attended many years of her trainings via the Archetypal and Cross Cultural Studies Institute. She is also a participant of The International Collaboration of Indigenous Healers, Curanderos, Sanadores y Shamans which originated in the sacred mountains of the Tepoztlan Valley in Mexico.
When able, Lisa supports clinical sites and community outreach operations in collaboration with others in the Denver Metro area providing culturally based services and education. You can follow Lisa on Instagram @Itzpapalotl74