Robin White Star, "Calling from the Heart: An Invitation to Your Soul Companion"
Robin White Star, Calling from the Heart: An Invitation to Your Soul Companion
Wednesday, February 14, 7pm
If you are seeking to more fully engage your heart and soul with a new romantic partner or in your current love relationship, this is the book for you. In this practical guide and spiritual memoir, Robin White Star reveals the intricacies and richness of the shamanic calling ceremony: the power of gratitude that fuels the miraculous calling for your soul companion; making heart requests that are specific without being limiting; sifting through and releasing dozens of beliefs that have obscured your inner truths; reawakening your innate ability to stand in your truth with wholehearted kindness to yourself and your loved ones; and opening your heart to the infinite possibilities of mutual trust, intimacy, love and joy in relationship. The calling ceremony awakens long dormant instincts for sacred relationship, inviting you to safely traverse the inner landscape of your soul consciousness in order to release the fears and limitations that have hindered your ability to manifest your heart’s desire for an intimate, authentic, loving relationship with your Soul Companion – whether with a new or existing partner. This calling from the heart starts with your own healing and purification, and leads you through personal empowerment and spiritual understanding until you are crystal clear about who you perceive yourself to be and who you are calling into your life. Upon the culmination of your personal journey, you are ready to sit with the Fire to call your Beloved to you, connecting energetically heart to heart so that you can meet in the physical with grace and ease. White Star outlines the ceremonies and indigenous wisdom she learned through oral tradition as an apprentice for over 17 years to a healer and medicine man of Cherokee descent in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. Not only does she share these native teachings and traditions in her own words with clarity and simplicity, she also relates her personal journey of calling her Soul Companion into her life using candor and humor. Because the Calling Ceremony is a life-changing and love-enhancing spiritual adventure, White Star has made this sacred Calling Ceremony available to all who are seeking a higher vibration in their relationship. Consciously inviting joy and healing into every aspect of your life and intentionally aligning your heart’s desire with the web of co-creation and interconnectedness that has always been present in your life are the true powers of the Calling Ceremony. Embark on this sacred journey if you dare. It is dangerous work – you could end up being happy!
Robin White Star heard the Blue Ridge Mountains call to her in dream journeys, urging her to relocate to Western North Carolina in 1995. there she met and began her apprenticeship with Will Rockingbear, a healer and medicine man of Cherokee descent. For over 17 years, in the oral tradition, White Star absorbed the ceremonies and healing traditions of the Beauty Way that Rockingbear taught and embodied so well. these teachings augmented the spiritual journey she began at the age of thirteen while in training with the Inner Peace Movement.
Through her joyful presence, humor and keen intuitive insight, White Star offers indigenous wisdom ways to women and men who desire an intimate, authentic relationship with themselves, their Beloveds, and with all members of the Planetary Family. Highly regarded as a spiritual guide and healer, White Star often travels to the united Kingdom to teach and conduct ceremonies with her apprentices and students. to feed the holy, ceremonies are offered at sacred sites in the US and abroad, honoring the Medicine Ancestors and Spirits of the Land. White Star’s shamanic drumming CD, Medicine Ancestors, creates an energetic “spirit canoe” for gentle and powerful inner dream journeys.
Robin White Star is the founder of Flower Eagle Medicine Lodge located near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Winston-Salem, NC. She resides there with her husband, one furry feline, a turtle labyrinth in her backyard, and her beloved Standing Ones, the Tree People. Visit her website www.flowereagle.com for a full listing of ceremonies, healing work and ongoing circles.