The Crow's Caw

Our Practice

is the ongoing awareness of our surroundings and what is being communicated.

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The Crow's Caw

Imagine

Imagine walking on your favorite trail: it’s an intensely hot day and just a few thick cumulus clouds float in the beautiful blue sky.  The breeze is slight and barely worth mentioning; you are sweating and uncomfortably hot!  Suddenly, a strong breeze bursts through the nearby trees and surrounds you.  At the same time, one of the large clouds passes over the sun and blocks its hot rays.  Ahh…what a relief; even if temporary, that immediate feeling of gratitude responses outward from you.  Subtle as it may be, you are having a conversation with the environment; it is mutual communion.  Coincidence – no; this is a synchronistic encounter unfolding within your awareness because you are living in harmony with the One of which we are all a part.

The Crow’s Caw is about supporting your understanding and recognizing your Oneness so that you may walk peacefully, with awareness, through each day.  I will show you different methods, techniques, and ceremonies to encourage you to stop, look, listen, and understand what nature is communicating to you.  This exchange with creation can be subtle or as loud as the crow’s caw.  With practice, you can learn to tune your awareness and take an active part in the Oneness conversation.  Venture into this dimension of our Oneness.

Having been trained in the shamanic journey and personal experience, I can assist you in connecting with the spirit behind the physical nature of things.  When I first began to encounter this dimension of life, I had no previous teaching or definition about this.  Many times, I would think about or need something and as it happened, that thing would appear in my life.  I would often think, “what a coincidence!”  As time went on, I found teachers and readings that led me to better understand my experiences.  You may understand that before having a reference point, I questioned this my new reality.  Now, I incorporate this way of thinking and being into my life through prayer, reflection, shamanic work, and awareness.  Through The Crow’s Caw, you too will find the support you need as you travel this path filled with peace.  The last verses of the song Imagine by John Lennon capture these ideas so eloquently:  “You may think that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.  I wish someday you’d join us, and the world will live as one.”  You are invited to join the peaceful conversation of Oneness.