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#263 Jim Haggins and Roxanne Roberts and Sacred Hoop Ministry

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Please join Dave the Mystic on Monday, February 29th at 8PM MST with guests Jim Haggins and Roxanne Roberts discussing Sacred Hoop Ministry.  Roxanne was born and raised in Colorado with an appreciation for the wilderness and outdoors.  She began studying Shamanism over 20 years ago and has studied Soul Retrieval, Extraction, Death and Dying. She has been seeing clients and teaching for over 15 years.  She is listed at www.ShamanicTeachers.com.  She is also listed on the Foundation For Shamanic Studies website under Shamanic Services for Colorado. 

Roxanne has also been studying and mentoring with Rainbow Eagle for over 15 years, finding his teachings and presence in her life has also made a big impact on her teachings and work with clients. Roxanne is a Flower of Life Graduate, Minister and has studied Remote Viewing.

Jim grew up in a family that camped and explored the wilderness. Jim moved to Colorado in the mid ‘80’s.  Now retired from real estate, Jim has been training with and assisting Roxanne in their Shamanic Practice for the past 9 yrs. He is a Flower of Life Graduate, a Minister, Reiki Master Practitioner, Spiritual Counselor and intuitive.  Jim has also studied with Rainbow Eagle and other Native Americans over the past 15+ years. He is in communication with spirits of the land, nature, the angelic realm and his personal guides.

Jim and Roxanne have come together as a team to love, nurture, teach and heal others.  They created Sacred Hoop Ministry.  Sacred Hoop Ministry is a non-denominational spiritually based organization whose purpose and beliefs are to promote and preserve the ancient teachings of spiritualism and oneness with all.

 www.SacredHoopMinistry.org

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