Contemporary Wicca: Ancestral Wisdom for Modern Times

Contemporary Wicca: Ancestral Wisdom for Modern Times

Dates: Mondays, November 16, 23, 30, and December 14, 2020, 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm ET
Available by: Join by Videoconference or Watch Online Recordings (learn more about videoconference)
Price: General Public: $ 225.00 | One Spirit Graduates: $ 180.00
One Spirit Elective Credit: 2.0

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Are you curious to delve into the essential wisdom and practices of contemporary Wicca, the fastest-growing spirituality in the United States? Wicca is rooted in ancestral, shamanic Euro-Indigenous wisdom traditions. Its revival has been, in large measure, midwifed and cultivated by women who have rebirthed the Great Goddess(es).

Wicca provides deep personal and cultural healing to restore our connections to Mother Earth. Essentials of Wiccan cosmology and basic practices reveal sacred dimensions and spirit realms. And magic – not the traditionally patriarchal model of asserting supernatural control over Nature, but as the natural flow of divine energy into the world and the practitioner, and through the practitioner into the world – embodies and reveals the Divine.

Reserve your space to learn about:

  • Simple methods of magic
  • Green breathing
  • Grounding and centering
  • Creating an altar
  • Casting a circle/creating sacred space
  • Honoring the 7 directions
  • Invoking divinity particularly the goddess(es)
  • Shamanic practice to alter consciousness and perception
  • Ecstatic practice to receive, raise, and direct energy including chanting and dancing
  • Divination to engage in dialogue with divinity
  • Ritual creation

FACULTY:

Phyllis Curott

Phyllis Curott

Phyllis Curott is a pioneering spiritual teacher, one of America’s first public Wiccan Priestesses, an activist attorney on behalf of Wiccans’ religious rights, an author of four internationally bestselling books and a teacher whose YouTube series “What is Wicca?” has more than 2 million views. She is vice chair emerita of the Parliament of the World’s Religions and creator of its historic 2015 Inaugural Women’s Assembly. She was inducted into Morehouse College’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegium of Clergy and Scholars, received the 2018 Service to Humanity Award from One Spirit Learning Alliance, and Jane magazine honored her as one of the “Ten Gutsiest Women of the Year.” Time magazine published her as one of “America’s leading voices” and New York magazine described her work reviving Euro-indigenous wisdom as the “next big idea” in American culture.

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