Experience a guided journey to Aengus, Celtic God of Love and Youth, who will help you protect and grow a new insight, project, or way of being that you birthed during the betwixt and between time of this past year.
What is your relationship with transition — the liminal states Celtic tradition calls betwixt and between times?
How do you handle both the thresholds you prepare for (college, marriage, parenthood, retirement) and those that life springs on us (a breakup, death of a loved one, illness, financial crisis)?
When it’s an unexpected or undesired transition, do you embrace the mystery? Or, do you try to rush through it, whine until it’s over, or bristle against the new normal you’re being propelled into?
It’s human nature to shy away from life’s difficult stages, yet from a shamanic perspective and as illustrated in Celtic mythology, they are the soul’s way of engaging us in needed self-exploration.
And our struggles will remain until we understand why these transitional times have arrived — and what they’ve come to teach us.
Betwixt and between places were observed in nature as places of power to stand in or to glimpse the Otherworld — a cliff edge, a lingering mist, or where the waves break onto the land. In life too, betwixt and between times and places take us to a realm of enormous possibility, a world unto itself.
The upcoming span of time between summer and winter solstice is a threshold time, a powerful portal for cultivating abundance and new possibilities, which you’ll hear about in this hour.
If we can view these places from a shamanic perspective — as an opportunity, not a hardship — and open to them in the receptive way of the feminine by observing and accepting, rather than resisting, we gain the enormous gifts of greater self-knowledge, sovereignty, and freedom...
We acquire new ways of seeing, being with, and navigating our challenges, honing lifetime skills for a more conscious, meaningful, and easeful life.
In this life-enriching hour with shamanic teacher and practitioner Jane Burns, you’ll discover how shamanic perspectives, shamanic journeying, and the transformative capabilities of mythic wisdom can help you open to betwixt and between times — and even accelerate their prescribed changes so they arrive more easily and quickly with the very insights you need to transcend your challenges.
During this free mini-workshop, you’ll discover:
- What Celtic tradition calls the betwixt and between — and the shamanic approach to using these threshold times for self-discovery, shedding old ways, and birthing something new
- How myths help you unveil and alchemize what lies beneath the surface of your psyche
- The myth of Aengus, Celtic God of Love and Youth — and be surprised and inspired by the opportunity he reaps in the betwixt and between time
- The potency of the time between the summer and winter solstices — and the wisdom of the ancients who used its power to protect and increase their harvests
- A guided journey seeking the wisdom of Aengus, Celtic God of Love and Youth, to protect and grow a new insight, way of being, or project that you birthed in the betwixt and between time of the past year
Jane, who is of Irish and Scottish descent, trained with Tom Cowan, a world-renowned voice and scholar of Celtic shamanism. She’s also studied core shamanism, soul retrieval, and shamanic teacher training with acclaimed shamanism teacher Sandra Ingerman.
In this profound hour, you’ll also learn about a brand-new, 7-week online journey with Jane into the wisdom of Celtic shamanism and the transformative power of myth to help you open to betwixt and between times with courage, curiosity, presence, and intention — and emerge renewed, awakened, and open to new possibilities.
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Join this FREE video event with Jane Burns and experience a guided journey seeking the wisdom of Aengus, the God of Love and Youth, to protect and grow a new insight, way of being, or project that you birthed in the betwixt and between time of the past year.
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What People Are Saying About Jane Burns...
“Jane’s teaching is truly brilliant.”
Jane Burns is a remarkable shamanic teacher and writer. Her clarity and the depth of her wisdom and experiences is such a guiding force for anyone looking for spiritual tools to navigate the changing world we are living in. Anyone who takes a course with Jane Burns or reads her work will receive practices and a spiritual foundation to reconnect with oneself, nature, and all of life. Jane’s teaching is truly brilliant.
— Sandra Ingerman, MA, award-winning author of 12 books on shamanism, including The Book of Ceremony, and an internationally renowned teacher of shamanism
“[Jane’s] shamanic work is deeply enriched by her own spiritual practices of contemporary Celtic traditions.”
I highly recommend Jane Burns’ programs and trainings in Celtic shamanism. Jane brings a broad knowledge of Celtic myth and lore to her teaching, and her shamanic work is deeply enriched by her own spiritual practices of contemporary Celtic traditions. Over the years, she has inspired many people with her memorable teaching, ceremonies, and rituals.
— Tom Cowan, PhD, author of Fire in the Head and Yearning for the Wind
“She is a master storyteller, weaving together story, spirit, nature, culture, and personal anecdote into the most moving and shifting teachings.”
Jane Burns is doing such important work, calling the colonial diaspora back home to their Celtic roots, their sovereignty, and being with nature. Her way is accessible and soul-nourishing. She is a master storyteller, weaving together story, spirit, nature, culture, and personal anecdote into the most moving and shifting teachings. It’s the most powerful mix I’ve experienced. Through Jane’s wisdom I have come to understand sovereignty and the virtues more deeply. She provides powerful relational perspectives that students really need, and nuanced tips on journeying — it’s just her words, the clever way she describes the act! I have had the most powerful, connected, and shifting journeys using her method of seeking wisdom from spiritual teachers who have such deeply lived experience. And her accessible way of relating her life experience gives me the courage and skills to continue.
— Sara, Tasmania, Australia
“This material is rich, connective, and so relevant, and Jane is a true wise woman and elder of our times.”
This material is rich, connective, and so relevant, and Jane is a true wise woman and elder of our times. A global healing and planetary regeneration is only possible insofar as we can reconnect to our roots and remember our true inheritance. Whether of Celtic ancestry or not, the mythic lens of the misty Celtic spiritual path is a powerful pathway to soulful living and personal transformation. This course is filled with wisdom, practices, and storytelling to sustain us for years to come. A valuable offering in uncertain times. In an era of mass initiation, we find here familiar, if forgotten, resources for soul growth.
— Fey Etain, Nantucket Island, Massachusetts
“Jane embodies and conveys deep wisdom and an extensive knowledge...”
This is a beautiful and very meaningful course. Jane embodies and conveys deep wisdom and an extensive knowledge of the subject. She is very deeply connected to spirit and also very grounded. She is a gentle and healing presence. This course is beautifully put together, combining poetry, Celtic blessings and stories, very meaningful mediations, journeys, and practices. I loved the course and highly recommend it or any other course that Jane teaches.
— Nancy, Asheville, North Carolina
About Jane Burns
Jane Burns is a writer, practitioner, and teacher of Celtic shamanism and spirituality. Her introduction to the shamanic path coincided with a diagnosis of cancer in 1996. She began her work as a shamanic practitioner in 2003 and as a teacher of shamanic studies in 2006. Her book, Up a Tree: A Novel and Shamanic Handbook, was published in 2014, followed five years later by her oracle cards, Portal to the Sacred Trees.
Jane has studied core shamanism with Sandra Ingerman, and Celtic shamanism with Tom Cowan. She’s a longtime member of the Society for Shamanic Practice and serves on the editorial board for their journal. She teaches a variety of courses on Celtic shamanism, Celtic myth, and the Bardic tradition. She’s recently finished a novel entitled The Hungry Sea, a modern-day love story interwoven with ancient Celtic myth.
All of her work is inspired by a 40-year dedication to her own spiritual growth and path.