In honor of the 30th Anniversary of the Conference on Shamanism, Healing and Transformation, and the founder, Dr Ruth-Inge Heinze, we return to the original theme of the first conference: Universal Dialogues.
The language of healing and transformation is ancient and universal - crossing cultures, continents, and species. As we step forward on this timeless path, we dedicate this conference to the younger generations, with the intent to catalyze universal dialogues and plant the seeds of shamanic knowledge into the future.
We invite the increased participation of the younger generation, and to this end, we encourage people in their twenties to submit proposals. We will offer additional scholarships to help young people attend the conference. Inter-generational presentations are also strongly encouraged.
We invite people who have attended the conference in the past 30 years to reflect on ways you have been inspired by Dr Ruth Inge Heinze.
How do you envision mentoring, or crafting apprenticeships, for passing the torch?
How can we expand on cross-cultural dialogue in a meaningful, in-depth way?
Proposals will be accepted until April 30, 2013.
Please Submit proposals digitally, using the format outlined here, to: Info@shamanismconference.org