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Dreams & Ancestral Wisdom with Katrina Dreamer

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Many of us have been called to a very different way of being and living in the world -- a way that is in sharp contrast to the way we lived and worked for a long time.

Katrina Martin Davenport joins Jamie in conversation about this path of transformation, and these different, more Feminine ways of being and living.

“Let go of your Western, logical, aggressive, goal-oriented thinking. Follow your own path. And follow it by learning to relax, go with the flow, swim in the unconscious, and seek guidance from the ancient ones," writes Katrina.

Katrina and Jamie will explore what it's like to discover and live our Ancestral Wisdom through dreaming, connecting to ancestral guidance, and other ancient, Feminine ways of being.

And Katrina will share from her own experiences and challenges with significant transformation.

Katrina Martin Davenport, MA, is a dreamer. Her work illuminates the soul and reconnects with nature through her photography, writing, dreamwork, compassionate teaching, and through her ability as a clairvoyant.

She has published a children's book, Denise's Mold, and contributed to the terrapsychology anthology Rebirths: Conversations with a World Ensouled. She is a regular contributor for the Dream Tribe, and her paper "Enlivening Relationship with Place" will be published in the forthcoming issue of ReVIsion: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation.

She is an award-winning photographer and 11 years of experience as a teacher and educator. She has an M.A. in Consciousness & Transformative Studies, and trained as a clairvoyant through the Intuitive Way.

Join us as we explore our ancestral wisdom and the Feminine Ways that are so vital for navigating these times.

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