Consultations, Shamanic Initiation Workshops and Meditation Retreats, LifeEvents.org was
founded by Diana Manilova and her husband, Marc Cofer, to create
Diana is a Russian-born clairvoyant, certified psychic healer and author.
Initiated by Mongolian Shamans of Lake Baikal, she has spent the
last 20 years traveling about the world teaching and working with
individuals. While she continues to travel, she now makes her home
Her philosophy is simple...
"We are all here to learn
wisdom, truth and love," says Diana.
Where to start:
Key to Happiness
Beginning with an initial
psychic reading and healing consultation, Diana gains insight about your
individual situation. With this knowledge, she will design an individual
program to further your growth.
programs that teach daily shamanic practice, you will develop an
intimate relationship with your soul. Gradually learning to feel
what is best for you, moment to moment, is the Key
Further Study: Key to Happiness Workshops and Retreats in Chiang Mai,
Diana's guide for working with individuals is this...
"There is no set
guideline," she says. "Each person is a Bible with their own
story. I help people based on what they are ready to do right now."
all programs are customized with a mixture of activities specific
to the individual. Each activity introduces you to a different
shamanic practice. These practices build upon each other and
give you a deeper knowledge of yourself.
Are you ready to discover your own Key to
Learn more about an Introduction
to Shamanism, Shamanic
and Living the Life
of a Shaman here.
Who should study Shamanism?
The Shamanic worlds are available to all people who are open to experiencing
different types love and ever-reaching levels of awareness.
What is Shamanism?
A textbook definition of Shamanism...
tens of thousands of years, our ancient ancestors all over the world
discovered how to maximize human abilities of mind, body and spirit
for healing and problem-solving. The remarkable system of methods
they developed is today known as "shamanism," a term that comes
from a Siberian tribal word for its practitioners: shaman (pronounced
SHAH-man). Shamans are a type of medicine man or woman especially
distinguished by the use of journeys to hidden worlds otherwise
mainly known through
myth, dream, and near-death experiences. Most commonly they do
this by entering an altered state of consciousness using monotonous
Diana has more to say about everyday Shamanic
practices and workshop activities here.
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