Shamanic Pilgrimages

Awaken Wisdom through the
Sacred Resource of Pilgrimage

Join a community of fellow travellers on journeys to ancient sites with contemporary wisdom keepers.

Celtic Shamanism posterWhat's New?

Introduction to Celtic Shamanism
Levels I and II

in New Brunswick, June 2017.

More details here

 

Moving Mandala Shamanic Training

in Cape Breton, Aug. 31 to Sept. 3, 2017.

Read more about the Moving Mandala training.

 

In our blog:

The Journey Continues after the Session

Self care between the sessions of shamanic work.

Shamanic Permaculture

Starhawk's monumental contributions

The Dragon as an Ally

A resource of energy as part of our own and the earth's changing, dynamic nature.

Calling In a Container

Basic shamanic hygiene

Video Series: Sovereignty of the Land

Videos by Patty Creighton from her trip to Ireland with Nancy in 2014.

 

Ireland 2015 Review

On the Traveller's Joy Facebook page, you will find Nancy's review of the pilgrimage to Ireland in October 2015, as well as some sets of photos.

The photo of Nancy at right was taken in October 2015 at Hill of Ward, Meath Co, Ireland. The name of the thunder goddess, Tlachtga, is on the gate. This is the place where Samhain is supposed to have originated in Ireland.

Check out our blog, "Notes from The Journey"

We have been assembling a range of material in the new "Notes from The Journey" section. There are pieces that Nancy has written over the years about her shamanic practice, a gallery of altars, the archives of the Shamanic Convergence gatherings held in Nova Scotia from 2009-2012, books, inspiring quotations, etc. Over time, as patterns emerge, this section will take on a more defined shape. Meanwhile, you are welcome to explore what is there so far. A list of categories can be found below the menu once you are inside the new section.

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Nancy SheerwoodBased in Canada, Traveller's Joy has taken groups and individuals on shamanic tours to England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Iceland and Mexico. Tours are led by Nancy Sherwood, who founded Traveller's Joy in answer to the deep yearning so many people express for connection and a sense of belonging on the planet.