Mt Shasta Goddess Temple

Skydancer Center for Female Mysticism

Women’s Mysteries

Skydancer Center for Female Mysticism

The Mt Shasta Goddess Temple invites individuals and groups to learn about the historical and contemporary beliefs and practices of holy women, shamankas, priestesses, healers, and devotees. Our Skydancer Center for Female Mysticism offers local and online classes, workshops, lectures, ceremonies, and gatherings that support women’s mysteries, rituals, and ways of knowing. Our special focus is placed on practices rooted in the female body, its unique rites of passage, and its intuitive nature.

Female Mysticism is the red tent where women of spirit can find mutual respect, exchange, appreciation, inspiration, and common ground. The Skydancer Center welcomes Buddhist dharma teachings, female shamanism and indigenous elder wisdom, Ifa and African diaspora spirituality, and modern Goddess spirituality. Some of our classes and workshops are open to all, and some are for women only. Priestesses in the Mt Shasta Goddess Temple complete two years of training in the Center’s Woman Shaman Priestess program, learning about the roots and branches of ancient and contemporary women’s mysteries. We also welcome guest speakers and ceremonialists from all over the world to teach classes, lead rituals and offer retreats locally in Mt Shasta.

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“Woman is, by nature, a shaman.”
-Chukchee Proverb

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Woman Shaman Priestess

In the Woman Shaman Priestess training program, students learn about practices of women’s spirituality and female mysteries in a global context. Each month a theme relevant to women’s shamanism, mysticism, and spiritual service is featured and examples from world cultures are offered, including information about living lineages and traditions. Students in the course read articles, create invocations and songs, craft their own sacred tools, and deepen their practices. They are also encouraged to participate in Full and Dark Moon online ceremonies, in-person retreats, and to embrace their natural magical abilities.

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Guest Teachers

Guest teachers from around the world come to sacred Mt Shasta to share their wisdom and practices, to explore the holy mountain, and to connect with the power of nature. The Skydancer Center welcomes women who hold authentic lineages, who carry ancestral practices, or who have developed new work relevant to female mysteries to apply to offer programs and teachings. Our Center can help you secure the right space for your event, publicize your offering, and provide practical guidance about lodging, dining, and teaching here. Please fill out our interest form if you’d like to offer a class, ceremony or retreat through the Skydancer Center.

 

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