Introducing Don Wilson Puma Nawi at the Oasis in Carr Mill Mall

wilson3Wilson will be appearing at The Oasis in Carr Mill Mall, Carrboro, on the following dates & times:
March 13 from 6 to 7:30
March 20 from 6 to 7:30
March 31 from 7 to 8:30

He will give a talk and answer questions from the audience.  We hope you will be able to join us for one or more of these free events. Donations are appreciated. Don Wilson Puma Nawi, a Paqo (shaman) friend from the Sacred Valley of Peru, was born in 1985 in the town of Huasao, (Village of the Shamans) Cusco, capital of the Inka Empire.  He was born into the lineage of many great shamans on both his mother’s and his father’s side.  His father is Don Martin Pinedo Acuna (El Condor) and both his mother, Maria Sanchez, and his sister, Vilma Pinedo, are well-respected shamans.  He is the great nephew of Don Benito Qorihuaman, the greatest Altomesayoq (highest level of Shaman) in all of Peru.

wilson4Wilson has been initiated into this medicine path by his whole family and by the old Q’ero shamans from the mountains.  He is connected to spiritual healing through meditation, prayer, song and ceremony.  He continually seeks spirituality and sacredness from the Ancestors and their ancient ways while adding contemporary beliefs to their teachings. Wilson has been performing sacred ceremonies and sacred rituals with these wise Andean medicine people for most of his life with the goal of keeping and preserving this medicine tradition and bringing this knowledge to the world.

At The Oasis in Carr Mill Mall, Carrboro you will be able to make an appointment for a private healing session at Health Touch in Durham and in Snow Camp.  He will also be performing despacho ceremonies in the area and if you would like to sponsor him for a despacho ceremony at your home or place of business, contact us.

Come and meet Wilson.  We look forward to seeing you! Pam and Roger Mailloux, Shaman Connection

Call 336-376-9534 or email pam@shamanconnection.com to make an appointment for a private healing session or sponsor him for a despacho ceremony.

Visiting Paqo (shaman) from Peru – Don Wilson Puma Nawi

wilson3Hello Friends,

Roger and I at Shaman Connection are very pleased to have received a surprise visit from a Paqo (shaman) friend from the Sacred Valley of Peru.  He will be here only a short time but wants to share his many gifts with the community.

Don Wilson Puma Nawi was born in 1985 in the town of Huasao, (Village of the Shamans) Cusco, capital of the Inka Empire.  He was born into the lineage of many great shamans on both his mother’s and his father’s side.  His father is Don Martin Pinedo Acuna (El Condor) and both his mother, Maria Sanchez, and his sister, Vilma Pinedo, are well-respected shamans.  He is the great nephew of Don Benito Qorihuaman, the greatest Altomesayoq (highest level of Shaman) in all of Peru.

Wilson has been initiated into this medicine path by his whole family and by the old Q’ero shamans from the mountains.  He is connected to spiritual healing through meditation, prayer, song and ceremony.  He continually seeks spirituality and sacredness from the wilson4Ancestors and their ancient ways while adding contemporary beliefs to their teachings. Wilson has been performing sacred ceremonies and sacred rituals with these wise Andean medicine people for most of his life with the goal of keeping and preserving this medicine tradition and bringing this knowledge to the world.

Wilson will be appearing at The Oasis in Carr Mill Mall, Carrboro, on Sunday evening, March 13 from 6 to 7:30 to give a talk and answer questions from the audience.  At that time, you will be able to make an appointment for a private healing session at Health Touch in Durham and in Snow Camp.  He will also be performing despacho ceremonies in the area and if you would like to sponsor him for a despacho ceremony at your home or place of business, contact us.

Come and meet Wilson.  We look forward to seeing you!

Pam and Roger Mailloux

Shaman Connection

Candle Clearing Workshop

Shaman Connection Presents

Candle Clearing Workshop with Pam and Roger Mailloux

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October 10,2015
10 -2 PM
Health Touch NC LLC
3500 Westgate Drive,
Durham, NC
Registration Fee:  $50.00

Join Pam and Roger Mailloux in this Candle Clearing workshop and learn how to remove “Susto” from the light body.

In South American and Latin American cultures “Susto” is a spiritual imbalance caused when a person experiences a sudden shock or traumatic event in his or her life.  The negative pattern that results from this event lodges in the physical body and/or the energetic body.  Candle Clearing draws negativities out of the body and emotional field and into the wax of the candle.   The candle is then melted and the wax poured into a bowl of water.  When the wax hardens, Pam and Roger will guide you in interpreting the resulting patterns and discuss them with each of you.
Workshop participants will practice on each other.

There will be discussion and instruction and all materials will be provided.
The experience will inspire learning and sharing.
Pam and Roger have been Reiki Masters and Teachers in MA and NC for 15 years.  They have studied the candle clearing process as taught by Ysabel and Olinda, The “Twin Shamans” from Peru.

Questions? Rammp43@triad.rr.com or call 336-376-9534

May Events

tibetan Monks

The monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery in Karnataka, India are coming back to this area to create their beautiful and sacred sand mandala.

Sand painting is an ancient Tibetan art form. The sand mandala is carefully constructed from dyed sand particles to represent the particular esoteric, textual traditions of Buddhism. It is a transient art form, thought to have originated in India and was transferred in the middle ages to Tibet. The sand mandala is constructed as a vehicle to generate compassion, realize the impermanence of reality, and a social/cosmic healing of the environment. At the completion of their several days of work, the mandala is deconstructed, the sand swept away and poured into moving water in order to spread healing and compassion around the world.

Place: The Arts Center, 300 East Main Street, Carrboro, NC 27349
Opening ceremony | Monday, May 18, Noon to 1:30 p m
Construction of mandala Tuesday – Friday, M a y 19 – May 22nd, 10 am to 5:30 pm
Closing ceremony with dispersal of mandala | May 23rd a t 2 pm

The public is invited to stop in during the day to watch them create this work of art. Donations may be made and they will have beautiful items for sale all made by the monks and all money earned goes to the support of the monastery.

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