With Shamanic Teacher and Practitioner
Jane Burns
A 7-module On-demand Video Training

Unveil and reclaim the life you’re meant to live — one of gratitude, wonder & meaning — through the wisdom of the Celtic Medicine Wheel.

Connect with Celtic Gods and Goddesses, the ancestors, Bards, Druids, and Faeries to awaken your soul and the sacred within you.

You have already begun to break the spell... by landing on this page.

There is a spell cast by modern culture that has us believing we’re separate from the natural world, and that we must have dominion over it...

It is a spell that makes us believe abundance is measured mostly by our accumulation of material things...

AND the biggest illusion of all... that the world is comprised of only that which we can see — a perception that negates the invisible realm, the Otherworld, which holds so much wisdom, guidance, and magic for us.

Until we break this spell, we can’t truly live our soul’s destiny — we can’t stand in our own sovereignty. We’re not living the life we’re meant to live, but one that has been shaped by the outer world.

The demands of modern life and the chaos of the greater world have cut us off from our soul’s deep knowing and our connection to the sacred — which the ancient Celts knew is nourished by a close and reciprocal relationship with the land...

... a land they knew to be not only alive with the birth, death, and rebirth cycles of the Great Mother Goddess, but with the healing energies of the ancestors, and the Bards, Druids, and Faeries of Irish history and lore.

Sovereignty, they believed, is being in right standing with the Earth, the Heavens, and your own soul.

It means having rulership over your own life... which starts by beginning to notice how much of your life you are actually living, and how much time you make for self-expression and self-care.

When you do this... when you answer the call of your soul, everything else comes into alignment — the universe offers its support.

In Celtic Shamanism with shamanic teacher and practitioner Jane Burns, you’ll set foot in the Gaelic lands, drawing wisdom, guidance, and healing from its shamanic traditions, the Gods and Goddesses of its great myths, and from the Fae, the Otherworld, alive with the energies and earth-wisdom of the faeries.

You’ll learn the traditional Celtic ways of seeing and being in the world... rituals steeped in gratitude, generosity, courage, and wonder — offering a medicine to bring you back home... to your true Self, your sovereignty, and a life rich with a deep connection to the natural world and the sacred.

You’ll explore and reclaim the virtues and qualities of living in your sovereignty, guided by the wisdom of the Celtic Medicine Wheel, which helps us unveil and break through the core challenges of living an honorable and meaningful life.

Are you living the life you came here to live — the one your soul desires?

Do you welcome your challenges as opportunities for growth?

Does your work have meaning and purpose?

Do you have clarity about your soul’s destiny, and do you faithfully serve that destiny — no matter the sacrifice?

In this brand new 7-step journey into the rich and sacred wisdom of the Celts, you’ll be expertly guided through ritual, myth, and journeying to address these questions, and much more...

You’ll discover how to:

  • Identify and hone the virtues and qualities that can bring you to greater sovereignty
  • Choose greater wholeness and ensoulment over greater accumulation
  • Live daily with a higher expression of wonder and gratitude
  • Become more conscious and clearer about the impact of your decisions and actions
  • Realize the story of your ideal life — the life you came here to live
  • Meet challenge with gratitude and open arms
  • Transmute the lead of adversity into the gold of wisdom and sovereignty
  • Bring shape to the destiny of your soul and begin to live it
  • Witness your inner struggles with compassion and unconditional love
  • Explore your creative gifts with courage and joy
  • Craft your legacy and undertake the living of it

Embody the Celtic Way of Seeing and Being for More Courage, Gratitude & Wonder

The glorious myths and stories of the Gaels, and the grace and beauty of their practices and traditions, invite us to step into the courage, gratitude, and wonder of the Celtic way of seeing and being — which was sustained in a world no less chaotic or foreboding than ours.

The ensouled and reverent practices of these wise and poetic people teach us how to walk with greater sovereignty and clarity in our body and soul, our work and relationships.

Sovereignty is the universal remedy for all the struggle and imbalance we experience, Jane teaches. It nullifies the impact of karma and ancestral patterning.

Jane, who is 100 percent Irish/Scottish, studied extensively with Tom Cowan, a world-renowned and highly respected authority on Celtic shamanism.

She also studied core shamanism, soul retrieval, and shamanic teacher training with acclaimed shamanism teacher Sandra Ingerman. And she has over 20 years of experience in the fields of psychic and medical intuition, energy medicine, and past-life regression therapy.

Today, Jane believes, the state of our world (and our own inner state) is in dire need of our being in right relationship with the Earth. It needs us to love and serve, with passion and conviction, the old Goddess Sovereignty, the Great Mother of the Land, who brings us prosperity, fertility, goodness, beauty, freedom, strength, and vitality.

The ancient Celts recognized that though life was arduous and challenging, it was also full of gifts, possibility, and endless creative potential — as long as they were willing to stand in alignment with that generous life-giving flow.

The courage that requires was not underestimated. The Celts knew they could not benefit from the riches and magic that life on this earth had to offer if they bowed out of their destiny.

The scripts we sometimes run, such as: I don’t have time. .. I’m no good at that... I don’t have what it takes... No one understands or appreciates me... separate us from our destiny and purpose. They whittle away the sovereignty we require to live our full potential — our soul’s true calling.

How willing are you to claim back the life you were always intended to live?

What You’ll Discover in These 7 Modules

In this 7-part transformational intensive, Jane will guide you through the fundamental spiritual skills and competencies you’ll need to unveil and reclaim the life you’re meant to live — through the wisdom of the Celtic Medicine Wheel.

This course will feature teachings, training sessions, and experiential practices with Jane. Each session will build harmoniously upon the previous ones so you’ll develop a complete holistic understanding of the practices, tools, and principles you’ll need to connect with Celtic Gods and Goddesses and the ancestors, Bards, Druids, and Faeries to awaken your soul and the sacred within you.

Module 1: Explore the Celtic Medicine Wheel — A Quest for an Honorable & Meaningful Life (August 28)

We’ll begin by creating and entering a sacred gathering place or circle, which the ancient Celts called a nemeton — a clearing in the forest or a Neolithic site. The nemeton was viewed as a place of invocation, ceremony, and creation — a place where heaven and earth united.

We’ll also explore the Celtic Medicine wheel, a nemeton in its own right, and make a brief stop at each of the five points or airts of the wheel, witnessing how this ancient tool outlines some of the core challenges of living an honorable and meaningful life.

Lastly, we’lll hear and contemplate a very old Celtic tale called “The Settling of the Manor of Tara,” which answers the question for the characters in the tale — as well as for us: What is the proper order of things?

In this module, you’ll:

  • Begin to ask the important questions about who you are, how you live your life, where you feel strength, and where you experience loss and depletion
  • Ascertain a deep truth about yourself that has been forgotten
  • Investigate what roles you would welcome playing in this life
  • Evaluate the ways you are divided against yourself and how to close that breach
  • Identify the “false gods” to whom you have given away your allegiance, and the core purpose of your life that requires that allegiance
  • Understand how you have given away your sovereignty and what it takes to reclaim it

Module 2: Marrying the Land — Creating a Prosperous Life (in All Ways) in the Celtic Tradition (September 4)

In the Celtic tradition, prosperity of all kinds comes from the Land, or more specifically, from the Goddess Sovereignty. To maintain prosperity in their lives, the Gaels served the Goddess with their devotion and reverence, and they emulated her unconditional generosity by raising hospitality to a virtue, which they conscientiously honed.

This “giving to increase” principle extended not just to feeding a beggar or helping your neighbor harvest his crop. It includes pursuit and service to the deeper yearning of your soul and the role it longs to play. Your greatest contribution in life is bringing to excellence and mastery whatever skill or craft you are called to pursue.

In this module, we will probe the story of Lia Fail, the Stone of Destiny, and recognize the ways in which Lia Fail lives within you.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Bring your gifts and talents out of the closet
  • Go back and unearth forgotten dreams and yearnings
  • Vow allegiance to the inner yearnings of your soul
  • Marry the land of your destiny

Module 3: Experience Music Like the Ancient Celts — Change Your ‘Tune’ & Cultivate Peace & Harmony (September 11)

In the ancient Celtic lands, music was believed to be a gift from the gods, a creation of the Otherworld known as the Oran Mor, or the Great Song. Song kept the world in a state of harmony and that harmony was carefully tended by the Fae, inhabitants of the Otherworld.

It was observed that life was chaotic, arduous, and harsh, and that humans required a way to lift themselves out of the mire, to bring themselves closer to the gods, if they were ever to attain their sovereignty — their own divinity. Music, and the inspiration and comfort it provided, was the force that enabled that ascen -dance.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Experience the healing power of the three strains of music: joy, sorrow, and peace
  • Discover powerful ways to cultivate inner peace and harmony
  • Learn to change the tune of discord with gratitude and surrender
  • Discover how to see and hear with the eyes and ears of a faery

Module 4: Open to the Wisdom of Who You Truly Are — And Surrender to the Unknown (September 25)

Moving beyond the boundaries of what is known demands a bold willingness to forge into uncharted waters, to surrender to the unknown. In core shamanic practice, this is called becoming the hollow bone — letting go of the familiar, of what you think you know, and allowing numinous experience, divine wisdom, and expansive vision to fill you.

In the Celtic tradition, this kind of journey is called an immrama, and might even entail going to sea in a corracle, an oarless boat, and allowing the sea to take you to where she sees fit.

When we sail into boundless and unpredictable waters, we enter a realm that is teeming with possibility. Navigating these waters demands our focus. No one can predict what mysteries these waters contain, but our journey into them is imperative if we are to explore this important question in every person’s life: Who am I?

In this module, you’ll:

  • Deeply investigate the question “Who am I?”
  • Undertake the living of your life as a heroic journey
  • Question the boundaries of your own limitations
  • Devote your life to the greatest wisdom of all — the wisdom of who you are
  • Explore the expansive sea within yourself for gifts of insight and liberation

Module 5: Lean Into the ‘Rough Places’ — The Path to Wholeness, Sovereignty & Grace (October 2)

The greatest battle in life — the only true battle — is the battle within. We are deeply divided beings, severed by our loyalties to an outer temporal world and an inner timeless world.

The depth of that division correlates directly with the measure of struggle we experience in life — be it emotional and physical distress, relationship discord, work dissatisfaction, family trauma, or lack of abundance. The greater the division, the greater the struggle.

We’ll visit the Celtic mythic figure of The Washer at the Ford, who will emphasize how the earth is a place of change — of rough places — and we are called upon by our soul to lean into those reshaping forces and allow ourselves to be broken, reconfigured, rebirthed, and perfected.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Discover practices to release the false beliefs and selves that hold you hostage
  • Learn to nurture what grows in their place
  • Discover how to accept not just your destiny, but the effort it requires to live it
  • Learn ways to eulogize what no longer serves you, and let it go

Module 6: Cultivate Your Sovereignty — And Reclaim Strength, Imagination & Your Soul’s Purpose (October 9)

Celtic wisdom defines sovereignty as being in right standing with the earth beneath us, the heavens above, and the soul inside us. It means knowing your place in the world and standing firmly in it.

We begin life with little or no sovereignty. Children cannot carry the responsibilities that sovereignty implies. In childhood, we develop adaptive skills that help us negotiate challenges and ensure our survival. Maturation requires the reclaiming of our place and standing.

In the Celtic spirit world, there is no greater sin than stealing or manipulating away the sovereignty of another, and the story of Macha will illustrate this for us. We’ll reclaim and become devoted to our own sovereignty, and realize the accomplishments and capabilities of others pose no threat to us. Far from diminishing us, the strengths and talents of others inspire and light our own pathway to sovereignty.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Focus your attention on cultivating your own sovereignty
  • Witness — with compassion — the ways in which you give away your sovereignty
  • Develop self-sustaining responses and behaviors
  • Call back lost strength, imagination, and purpose
  • Identify your role models and challenge yourself to emulate the virtues they demonstrate

Module 7: Discover the Greatest Contributor to Our Sovereignty — Forgiveness of Ourselves & Others (October 16)

When we are sovereign, we’re at peace with the world around us and the world within us. Inherent in the state of being sovereign is a spirit of allowance — letting things be. In Gaelic, this is what is known as being an sith, which refers to the imagined peace of the Faerylands and the Faery folk, namely the Sidhe, who lived in a realm of no struggle, illness, or deprivation.

What disturbs our equilibrium and peace — our sovereignty — is oftentimes what we cannot let go of, what we cannot “allow.” In blessed moments of clarity, we recall that the only true battle is the battle within us.

The Celts were a warlike and fierce people, but they were also very moral, and their stories are filled with the misfortunes that befall us when we choose arrogance, blind ambition, pride, and jealousy over forgiveness, grace, and humility.

As we end this course, we’ll uncover the greatest contributor to our sovereignty through the story of Finn macCumhail and Diarmuid — forgiveness of ourselves and others.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Practice avoiding the struggles that steal your tranquility
  • Identify what and who needs to be forgiven
  • Learn how you can forgive everyone
  • Establish a daily practice of choosing peace over being right
  • Become a vigilant witness to the ways in which you lose sovereignty
  • Reallocate lost strength to more fruitful goals

The Celtic Shamanism Bonus Collection

In addition to Jane’s transformative 7-part virtual course, you’ll receive these powerful training sessions with leading visionaries and teachers. These bonus sessions complement the course and promise to take your understanding and practice to an even deeper level.

Faery Doctoring & the Mystery of the Fae
Audio Dialogue With Jane Burns and Tom Cowan

Nearly every Indigenous culture recognized and spoke of faeries in their language and stories, but the Celtic people have always shared a more intense and complex relationship with these numinous beings. Tom Cowan explores with Jane the ancient practice of faery doctoring and the road forward for humans and the Fae.

Tom Cowan is a shamanic practitioner specializing in Celtic visionary and healing techniques. He combines universal core shamanism with traditional European spirit lore to create spiritual practices that can heal and enrich one’s own life and the lives of others. The author of several books, he’s an internationally respected teacher, author, lecturer, and tour leader. He’s taught training programs in England, Wales, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and Slovakia.

The Ancient Bardic Tradition: Alive & Well in Scotland
Video Dialogue With PDF Transcript With Jane Burns and Rowan Morrison

Scottish storyteller, Rowan Morrison, spins a selkie tale or two, and discusses both what inspired her and how she trained to become a storyteller in the old Celtic tradition. Since Rowan’s accent is strong, you’ll also receive a PDF transcript of this program as a guide.

Rowan Morrison trained as a Community Artist, then as a Theater of the Oppressed facilitator, followed by a degree in Community Education. She has worked with children, young people and adults in various communities over the last 30 years. She has experience using educational tools to raise awareness of mental health issues; she uses puppets to teach school children what they should do if they experience abuse as well as using life-story mapping, creative writing, and song to raise awareness of domestic abuse and homelessness. Rowan is also a shamanic practitioner and teacher, supporting people to dream new stories into being to help them create a better world for themselves and others.

The Loss of Sovereignty: A Celtic Ancestral Story
Video Teaching From Jane Burns

In this video teaching, Jane details the severing of the bond between the Gaelic people and the Land which they and their ancestors long tended, and how the loss of the mother goddess, the one who rules, who feeds and provides, is a loss felt not only on a physical level, but at a profound emotional and spiritual depth as well. The mass emigration of the 19th and 20th centuries from Ireland and Scotland still impact those with Celtic ancestry today. We can look to ancient Celtic wisdom and story to help us understand what practices will heal both ourselves and the wounds of the past.

A Celtic Death Rite: The Lost Art of Keening
PDF Article From Jane Burns

The loss of ancient death rites can disrupt the smooth passage of souls into the spirit world and impede our own transcendence from the grief that death incurs. This article explores the history of keening and its disappearance, and suggests practices for healing grief.

What People Are Saying About Jane Burns...

“... a remarkable shamanic teacher and writer.”

Jane Burns is a remarkable shamanic teacher and writer. Her clarity, and the depth of her wisdom and experiences is such a guiding force for anyone looking for spiritual tools to navigate the changing world we are living in. Anyone who takes a course with Jane Burns or reads her work will receive practices and a spiritual foundation to reconnect with oneself, nature, and all of life. Jane’s teaching is truly brilliant.”
— Sandra Ingerman, MA, awarded author of 12 books on shamanism, including The Book of Ceremony, and an internationally renowned teacher of shamanism.

“... [Jane’s] shamanic work is deeply enriched by her own spiritual practices of contemporary Celtic traditions.”

I highly recommend Jane Burns’ programs and trainings in Celtic shamanism. Jane brings a broad knowledge of Celtic myth and lore to her teaching, and her shamanic work is deeply enriched by her own spiritual practices of contemporary Celtic traditions. Over the years, she has inspired many people with her memorable teaching, ceremonies, and rituals.
— Tom Cowan, PhD, author of Fire in the Head and Yearning for the Wind

“... the archetypal ‘wounded healer’ who has returned to help others on their healing journey.”

Jane is the kind of person who would be a “shaman” even if she had never heard of it or trained in any way — because it is in the core of her true nature. However, it’s clear that her talents have been honed by one of the best teachers of all: the experience of her own journey through illness and recovery. Jane is the archetypal “wounded healer” who has returned to help others on their healing journey.
— Eric L.

“... helped me to gently understand what blocks me from going to the next level in pursuing my heart’s desires.”

In my opinion, Jane Burns is passionately devoted to helping people identify and release the energy patterns and blocks to their own creativity. She has helped me to gently understand what blocks me from going to the next level in pursuing my heart’s desires.
— James B.

“... allowed me to be the best I can be, for myself, my family and the planet.”

I have been seeking Jane’s wisdom and attending her varied and creative workshops on and off since 2006. Shamanism allows me to live spiritually and peacefully in my everyday reality. You can practice as much or as little as you want, but even a little healing work has a major effect on your soul and your world. With Jane’s gentle and insightful guidance, shamanic healing has allowed me to be the best I can be, for myself, my family and the planet. I am so grateful and full of joy, I could burst!.
— Carrie R.

“... she has given me the skills to journey on my own.”

Life can be difficult. I have been helped by Jane in two ways. She has journeyed deeply on my behalf, but more importantly, she has given me the skills to journey on my own. I have been awakened to a world of wonder, comfort and joy. It is a gift to be so expanded in nature and in light by Jane’s gentle teaching.
— Cathy G.

“If you have found your way to Jane Burns... count yourself blessed.”

Jane’s healing abilities seem to come forth effortlessly; as gifts that come to those who carry a willingness to tend to, and heal others. If you have found your way to Jane Burns, no matter what road you have traveled, count yourself blessed.
— Tricia A.

“... the changes being effected in my life feel like I’m touching true grace.”

I’m so grateful to have found you, and to have the opportunity to work with and study under you. This path is subtle, but the changes being effected in my life feel like I’m touching true grace.
— Judith P.

“... enriched my life in ways I never expected...”

This shamanic training has enriched my life in ways I never expected, not only through the friendships I’ve made, but through Jane’s wise and patient teaching. It’s a complete immersion into the Celtic way of seeing and being in the world. I’m becoming more in tune with myself and nature (and the Fae!). I can’t recommend this experience highly enough.
— Dejah B., Celtic Shamanism Two Year Graduate

Here’s What You’ll Receive

Seven 90-Minute Recorded Class Sessions With Jane Burns

Experience a rare opportunity to learn from shamanic teacher and practitioner Jane Burns — from the comfort of your own home. Each class session includes a live streaming video option and guides you to discover specific skills and abilities to connect with Celtic Gods and Goddesses and the ancestors, Bards, Druids, and Faeries to awaken your soul and the sacred within you.

Seven PDF Transcripts of Class Sessions

In addition to the high-quality videos and MP3 audios, you’ll also receive the entire class transcription in PDF format. You can then review, print, and highlight the most important insights and practices you were given.

Exercises and Questions for Each Lesson

Between class sessions, you’ll have the option of completing related exercises, practicing new tools, and answering questions to accelerate your learning.

The Celtic Shamanism Bonus Collection

  • Faery Doctoring & the Mystery of the Fae
    Audio Dialogue With Jane Burns and Tom Cowan
  • The Ancient Bardic Tradition: Alive & Well in Scotland
    Video Dialogue With PDF Transcript With Jane Burns and Rowan Morrison
  • The Loss of Sovereignty: A Celtic Ancestral Story
    Video Interview With Jane Burns
  • A Celtic Death Rite: The Lost Art of Keening
    PDF Article From Jane Burns

An Unprecedented Opportunity to Join the Celtic Shamanism Virtual Training

We feel honored that Jane Burns has chosen to partner with The Shift Network to offer this exclusive online training. This is a rare opportunity to learn from a shamanic teacher and practitioner whose powerful insights and pioneering work are helping us heal and awaken ourselves and our world.

Through this powerful online format, you’ll not only save time and money on workshop costs (plus travel, accommodations, and meals — which would cost thousands of dollars), you’ll be able to benefit from Jane’s incredible teachings and exercises from the comfort of your home — and at your own pace!

If you’re serious about unveiling and reclaiming the life you’re meant to live, then you owe it to yourself, your loved ones, and our world to take this one-of-a-kind training.

If you’re ready to take the next step in evolving yourself, click the register button below to reserve your space now.

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Your Satisfaction Is 100% Guaranteed!

Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed! If you don’t absolutely LOVE Celtic Shamanism with Jane Burns — or don’t feel that it meets your needs — please contact our friendly Support Team within 14 days of your date of purchase and we’ll happily issue you a refund.

About Jane Burns

Jane Burns is a writer, practitioner, and teacher of Celtic shamanism and spirituality. Her introduction to the shamanic path coincided with a diagnosis of cancer in 1996. She began her work as a shamanic practitioner in 2003 and as a teacher of shamanic studies in 2006. Her book, Up A Tree, a shamanic novel and handbook, was published in 2014.

Jane has studied core shamanism with Sandra Ingerman, and Celtic shamanism with Tom Cowan. She is a longtime member of the Society for Shamanic Practice and serves on the editorial board for their journal. She teaches a variety of courses on Celtic shamanism, Celtic myth, and the Bardic tradition. She is currently at work on a novel entitled The Hungry Sea, which is a modern love story interwoven with ancient Celtic myth.

All of her work is inspired by a 40-year dedication to her own spiritual growth and path.

Frequently Asked Questions

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