With Shamanic Teacher and Practitioner
Jane Burns
 
New 10-Week Live Video Training Starts
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
 

 
 

Step back in time and invoke the wisdom of heroes, gods, goddesses, wise old trees, and more — to move forward in your life with gratitude, acceptance, compassion, and humility.

 

Everywhere we turn these days, it seems like a new challenge or unforeseen event is unfolding — whether it’s in our own lives, or within the larger experience of the collective.

Our go-to ways of solving problems, caring for our planet, and bringing about lasting change continue to fall short.

Where can we turn for the wisdom we need to walk forward strongly and capably during these uncertain times?

According to the Indigenous elders, we must go backwards and embrace the old ways and wisdom before we’ll ever understand how to survive in THIS changing world.

Like us, the ancient Celts were no strangers to chaos and change — however, their approach to life and nature was profoundly different.

They closely observed how energy moved — and by aligning themselves and replenishing their inner resources with the energetic forces within the Land, Sea, and Sky, they lived a more ensouled life.

The Celts connected with Source through the Cauldrons of Energy, places in the body they believed held more soul — the head, heart, and belly.

The Celts also embraced the notion that human behavior followed the laws and ways of nature. When the elements altered and acted upon the outer landscape, for example, the Celts took note, carefully recognizing how these same forces played upon their own inner workings as humans.

In fact, some of the greatest teachers of virtue the Celts observed were the noble and sacred trees. The trees were believed to be the first shamans, valuable teachers and grace-filled beings who showed humans how to survive and thrive in times of adversity.

Now imagine how our world would change if we studied and emulated the pure and selfless ways of nature — its generosity, courage, wisdom, joy, and presence.

Receive Guidance From a Renowned Shamanic Teacher & Practitioner

Join Jane Burns, shamanic teacher and practitioner, on a 10-week journey to return to the Celtic days of yore through the lens of shamanism, myth, spiritual vision, powerful practices, and more.

Through the lens of shamanism, myth, spiritual vision, powerful practices, and more, you’ll absorb the profound wisdom of heroes and heroines, gods and goddesses, wise old trees and powerful, life-changing elements.

Jane, who is of Irish and Scottish descent, trained with Tom Cowan, a world-renowned scholar of Celtic shamanism.

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

With Jane as your guide, you’ll follow along with the ancient Celts’ wisdom practices and traditions as you cultivate gratitude, acceptance, compassion, humility — and the lasting inner peace you’ll need to move through these times you were made for.

 
 

During these empowering 10 weeks with Jane, you’ll discover:

 
  • How to align with Source through the Cauldrons of Energy, places in the body the Celts believed held more soul — the head, heart, and belly
  • The courage and strength to face the unknown as the world slowly reopens — amid the uncertainties of the pandemic and social unrest
  • What shamanism and the natural world — as well as the gods and goddesses of Celtic mythology — can teach you about striking a balance within yourself
  • How joy lies deeply within the heart of sovereignty — your full and complete claiming of who you are
  • Practical ways to remember and experience your unwavering connection to the Divine
  • How to truly accept nature’s benevolence as a given
  • A method of discerning which part of your soul you’re NOT living right now — and how to become more present
  • How to uncover which inner contest you’re avoiding in your life
  • Ways to embrace courage as an inner force that garners its strength from Source
  • Ways to maintain the right relationship with nature and Divine Order
  • How to stay in constant seeking and awareness of the immanence of God in all things
  • The inseparable relationship between grief and joy — and how each lives within the other
  • A connection with your new global shamanic community
 

What You’ll Discover in These 10 Weeks

In this 10-week transformational intensive, Jane will guide you to step back in time and invoke the wisdom of heroes, gods, goddesses, wise old trees, and more — to help you cultivate lasting inner peace.

The Power of Live Streaming Video

 
 

You’ll connect with Jane and experience her teachings through live streaming video. This connection will be easy to use and will enhance the impact of Jane’s Celtic shamanism teachings. Or you can easily connect just via audio if you choose — through your phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop.

Weekly Sessions Wednesdays at 5:00pm Pacific

This course will feature LIVE teachings, interactive 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 move confidently through these uncertain times.

 

Module 1 — The Virtue of Presence: Grounding Yourself & Living Deeply (July 8)

 

Your opening class with Jane will focus on truly being present.

To live well and deeply, you must be grounded — and that means fully knowing yourself as you navigate the potent and mysterious forces of this world and the Otherworld of the unseen.

You’ll begin by examining your connection to the Earth itself — exploring the many ways it’s a reciprocal relationship, meant to be founded in mutual love and affection.

As humans we’re contending with seemingly endless dangers in the world — and that relationship of trust can become strained, leaving us fearful and seemingly alone, ambivalent about our lives, disconnected from our destiny, and separated from the Divine source that we serve by fulfilling our destiny.

This week, you’ll start investigating the magic of Celtic wisdom and practices to make chaos and change your allies, not your adversaries.

As an antidote to fear and separation, you’ll practice aligning with Source through the Cauldrons of Energy, places in the body the Celts believed held more soul — your head, heart, and belly.

In this session, you’ll seek deeper grounding to achieve greater presence as you:

  • Work closely with the Cauldron of Warming (also known as Fire in the Belly), the seat of your survival — and the strength from which you put yourself out into the world
  • Study the myth of Fintan Mac Bochra and the Hawk of Achill — Fintan Mac Bochra is said to have lived for more than 5,000 years, and, having seen the passage of many eras in Irish history, is “the ever-present one”
  • Journey to Fintan and visit Ash, the Celtic World Tree and the unifier of Heaven and Earth for strength and grounding
  • Accept the benevolence of nature as a given
  • Ascertain a part of your soul that you’re NOT living right now — and become more aware of how to be present
  • Recoup what you’ve lost through ungroundedness
 

Module 2 — Courage: Loosening Fear’s Grip (July 15)

 

Sometimes sacrifice is necessary to loosen the grip of what keeps you in fear.

This week, you’ll explore how trial and adversity are important allies in shaping who you become. And as you’ll discover, in most cases, your fiercest battles lie within you.

As great observers of nature, the Celtic people understood how chaos and destruction often brought much-needed change to the landscape and waterways.

It was natural for them to question in times of hardship: “How can I change myself to align with this new balancing?”

When we purposely leave our arrogance behind, as the Celts did, it can inspire courage to embrace new and different ways of being.

You’ll also continue working with the Cauldron of Warming, a source of strength, since nothing requires more courage than putting yourself out into the world and fulfilling your destiny — something you can’t achieve without grounding.

In this session, you’ll:

  • Examine the role challenge serves in your life — and visit Holly, the tree that explores battle-readiness for the challenges you’ll meet
  • Investigate the myth of Oisin Goes to Faeryland, in which Oisin, a patriot and noble warrior of the Fianna, finds himself in a land that asks nothing of him — and offers little to test his mettle
  • Understand fear as an optional response
  • Uncover what inner contest you’re most avoiding in your life
  • Discern which sacrifices are worthy ones
  • Embrace courage as an inner force that garners its strength from Source
 

Module 3 — Joy: The Force Creating Goodness in Our World (July 22)

 

Joy is a living and accessible presence in this world, a shaper of earthly life, and an equal partner to sorrow and grief.

This week, you’ll explore the ways joy isn’t just a felt response to good fortune, but a force that’s constantly creating goodness in our world.

Jane will guide you to work with the Cauldron of Motion, located in the heart, that’s said to turn with the joys and sorrows of life. This cauldron houses and awakens the soul’s yearning and destiny.

As you tend and align the Cauldron of Motion with Source, you’ll also tend and align your destiny with Source.

In this session, you’ll discover:

  • How joy is the force that melts and expands, while sorrow seizes and tempers
  • How to explore and journey into the myth called Deirdre of the Sorrows — and understand the inextricable relationship between joy and freedom (saoirse in Gaelic)
  • How to meet and seek a teaching from Honeysuckle, the consummate embodiment of the contagious nature of joy
  • How to identify the accessible freedoms in your life you’ve been ignoring
  • How releasing yourself from others’ expectations brings you joy — and how to anticipate joy as the reward for pursuing your destiny
  • Ways to foster and tend to joy as you open your heart to nature’s innate goodness
 

Module 4 — Gratitude: Responding to the Promise of Greater Wisdom (July 29)

 

Gratitude is perhaps the most appropriate response to everything that comes your way — and therefore, to the natural order of things.

This week, you’ll discover how gratitude lets you trust and give way to the greater wisdom of providence. You’ll explore how saying thank you and assenting to that greater wisdom, even during times of misfortune, can accelerate the new birth it promises to bring.

Jane will explain how, whenever you cling to a course of action that’s clearly not ordained, you suffer — because on some level, you’re living and endorsing a falsehood or a false Self. The separation from your truth (which is fully aligned with Divine truth) can leave you feeling bereft and sorrowful.

In this session, you’ll explore further alignment with the Cauldron of Motion, which sources from the Sea and enables you to keep your balance in the shifting seas of life.

You’ll discover:

  • The myth of the Selkie Bride, which examines what happens when the Divine order of things is interrupted and the soul’s yearning goes unanswered
  • Hawthorn, the tree that teaches the necessity of sanctuary before rebirth
  • How to stay in constant seeking and awareness of the immanence of God in all things
  • Ways to maintain the right relationship with nature and Divine Order
  • How you can learn from the selkies (magical folk) about a hidden treasure in the sea within you
  • The inseparable relationship between grief and joy — and how each lives within the other
 

Module 5 — Humility: Your Direct Access to Divine Knowing (August 5)

 

Through humility, you’ll gain direct access to Divine knowing. Insight and revelation can flow to you easily and unbidden, because you’ve released your need to know everything.

This week you’ll explore how knowledge can certainly make you feel more comfortable in your surroundings as you face the ongoing demands of life.

However, you can also become so attached to what you know that Divine knowing (the wisdom of the gods) can become blocked and unavailable.

Jane will introduce you to the Cauldron of Wisdom (Fire in the Head), which sources from the Sky or Heaven. You’ll learn how humility keeps this cauldron upright and open to receiving, while arrogance can turn it upside down.

In this session, you’ll discover:

  • The myth of Diancecht and his son, Mioch, both gifted physicians and healers of the Tuatha de Danaan (magical folk with supernatural powers)
  • Why the arrogance of Diancecht caused him to take the life of his son
  • Why becoming master of any craft requires you to put devotion to the craft itself above devotion to the self as the craftsman
  • White Poplar, a tree more tied to the whispers of the gods than any other
  • How arrogance and pride leave no room for the whisper of God to enter — and what we mean when we say someone is “full of himself”
  • An untapped part of your imagination (or pure potential)
  • Ways to become more accepting of any personal misfortune, instead of masking it with pride
  • How to gain greater comfort with not knowing and create an open door for Divine wisdom to enter
 

Module 6 — Wisdom: The Result of Hardship & Trial (August 12)

 

While you can easily pursue knowledge through an intentional study of life, wisdom is usually something bestowed on all of us as a by-product of hardship and trial.

In this module, you’ll learn how true wisdom is not normally sought — because we inherently know it comes with a price. In fact, wisdom has been known to grow when knowledge has either tapped out, or turned inward on itself.

In this module, you’ll discover why wisdom was more prized by the Celts than any other virtue.

You’ll also continue to invoke the Cauldron of Wisdom, which asks you to forget what you think you know so you can fill yourself with Divine knowing — the hollow bone of core shamanism.

In this session, you’ll explore:

  • The myth of King Cormac, who loses everything he loves to learn that a life without adversity is a diminished one — and that avoiding challenge divorces us from wisdom
  • How to journey to the 9 Hazel Trees that surround the Well of Wisdom for an important teaching about truth
  • Uncover an untruth about yourself that you’ve long accepted as true
  • Ways to see your experiences of adversity as resources from which the gold of wisdom can be mined
  • The riches you’ve reaped from loss and hardship
  • A litmus test for determining what’s true
 

Module 7 — Generosity: Receptivity to All That Life Requires (August 19)

 

Generosity is not just an outpouring of support and kindness to others — it’s a receptivity to all that life requires of you, a back-and-forth flow no different than the waves of the sea.

In this module, you’ll explore what it truly means to be unattached to outcome and unwedded to expectations of how things “must be” in order to be happy — so you can live and love unconditionally.

When you’re unattached to outcomes, life has more access to you — and can more easily bring the things that will inspire you and open your heart.

The ancient Celts looked to the generous spirit of nature to acquire and emulate this effortless, rhythmic flow. They admired how the nature beings yielded to the altering work of the elements — and did nothing to obstruct the changes it wrought.

As Jane will share, to transform your relationship with the change agents of Nature — the elements — you must step out of the fear of their power to dismember your life and yourself, and recognize the positive balancing forces they provide.

In this session, you’ll discover:

  • Powerful examples of how humans relate so intimately to nature — for instance, how an inner imbalance of Water can leave you feeling ungrounded, unable to draw boundaries, while yielding to its weight and intent to rebalance you can lead to you finally saying what needs to be said
  • The intriguing myth of Boann and the Well of Segais — and you’ll ponder whether it’s a cautionary tale
  • How the apple tree can teach you the nature of generosity
  • Ways to let go of outmoded habits and beliefs that don’t serve you — and identify new experiences and potential you’re not letting in
  • How Water can come out of balance — and the cost of trying to impede it
  • New ways of identifying and opening to the generous nature of life
 

Module 8 — Compassion: Living From the Heart, Not the Head (September 2)

 

In many spiritual traditions, compassion is a practice that can release you from bitterness, resentment, struggle, and separation. It teaches us all how to live not from the head, but from the heart.

It’s easy to be compassionate towards those who suffer — it’s a much greater challenge to be compassionate toward those who cause that suffering.

In this module, Jane will guide you through powerful truths, including how the exact life circumstances of someone you hold in harsh judgment — but for the grace of God — could be your own.

You’ll discover how the virtue of true compassion is both indiscriminate and unconditional — and how to observe your own actions and behavior as God would, with no judgment and with unconditional love.

In this session, you’ll:

  • Continue your work with the elements by examining how Air impacts you — and how being too in your head can block intimacy, connection, and greater understanding of the human condition
  • Dissect the myth of Riannon, a queen who was judged, disbelieved, and punished for a crime she didn’t commit — and as she struggled for years to attain mercy for herself, she ultimately came to regret an earlier lapse in her own compassion for another
  • Explore how the Willow tree teaches you the skill of crying for those who can’t cry for themselves
  • Place bringing an end to suffering ahead of being right — and stand in the shoes of those you judge
  • Witness with detachment your “biggest mistake” and locate compassion for yourself
  • Dismember the judgment you hold against yourself that keeps you suffering
 

Module 9 — Surrender: Allowing Transformation to Unfold (September 9)

 

Sometimes in the heat of struggle, the wisest course of action is to simply surrender — to lay down your arms and allow the process of transformation to just unfold.

This week, you’ll discover why a common response to trial is to find a way out of the burning building as quickly as possible — but sometimes, sitting down in the fire and waiting for the dismemberment to occur renders us a much greater prize — a newly forged, more empowered self.

A kind of purification can then take place, releasing you from the seeming indignities and losses you’ve fought so hard against.

And the results are more lasting, deeply felt, and irreversible. When you finally elect to stop and sit down in that fire, you freely sacrifice what’s been blocking your pathway to power for so long.

As you’ll discover, the element of Fire within us all is what impassions our life, what sparks our creativity and ignites our imagination.

In this session, you’ll explore:

  • How the Fire within you can burn out when you become too staid and complacent, too rigid in your thinking, or lacking in conviction
  • Why it’s so common to avoid the parts of life that can embolden and reshape you — and why Fate is then obliged to bring to you the experience that will reignite you
  • The myth of the Celtic god Bran the Blessed, who foretold and gamely surrendered to his own death because he understood that it was a pathway to power and protection for his companions
  • The sacred tree, Furze (Gorse) — a golden, flowering plant that’s burned to the ground each year so it can grow more vibrantly
  • How to identify and seek the fuel (or stimulus) that keeps your inner Fire burning bright — and what must be sacrificed so your deeper passions can be set free
 

Module 10 — Peace: Calming the Shifting Seas of Earthly Life (September 16)

 

In the Celtic vision, there are three strains of music: songs of joy, songs of sorrow, and songs of peace.

In this closing class, you’ll explore how peace is the third component that breaks the dualistic strain created between the other two components.

While the Cauldron of Motion turns with the joys and sorrows of life, the virtue of peace calms the shifting seas of earthly life and creates something else — Heaven on Earth, or the peace that surpasses all understanding.

As Jane will share, joy and sorrow are temporal. Peace, by contrast, is connected to the realm of the Otherworld, or the afterlife.

Deep down, humans have always sought to go beyond dualism, to locate a way of life where suffering is an option — and peace is a choice you’re free to make in every moment.

As you’ll explore, peace isn’t something you create, it’s something you allow.

In this final session, you’ll:

  • Work with your inner Earth element, realizing that the source of your own restlessness arises out of the disconnection from Mother Earth
  • Delve into the myth of the Voices of the Wells, which chronicles the history of the estrangement from Mother Earth and all we’ve lost as a result
  • Journey to the Great Mother herself and ask to be taken back into the cradle of the Earth
  • Visit the Yew tree, which often grows in cemeteries, and allow its soporific powers to lull you to sleep
  • Discover a part of yourself you’ve been estranged from and call it home
  • Allow yourself to be imbued, like the Voices of the Wells, with the wisdom of the Earth
 
 
 

The Celtic Virtues Bonus Collection

In addition to Jane’s transformative 10-week 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.

 

The Powers of the Elements
Video Dialogue With Sandra Ingerman and Jane Burns

In the Celtic tradition, the elements were viewed as gods and goddesses. Even today, they’re allies and helping spirits — and they go beyond the four elements we usually list. Their names are Heaven, Sun, Moon, Wind, Lightning, Fire, Sea, Earth, and Rock. Tune in as Jane and Sandra share ways you can tap into the powers of the elements by honoring them, merging with them, and becoming them.

Sandra Ingerman, MA, is an award-winning author of 11 books, the presenter of several audio programs produced by Sounds True, and the creator of the Transmutation App. A world-renowned teacher of shamanism, Sandra has been guiding and instructing for more than 30 years.

 

Ancestral Patterning: Opportunity or Fate
PDF Article by Jane Burns

Are we impacted by our ancestral patterning in ways that prohibit the sovereign living of our own lives? This article explores that notion — and debates whether the trials of our ancestors truly determine our fate, or whether they provide instead an exquisite opportunity to act on family patterning in a unique and heroic way, enabling us and our family members to better prosper going forward.

 

The Living Wisdom of the Ancient Sacred Sites of Ireland
Video Dialogue With Jane Burns and Anthony Murphy


Far from being the remaining vestiges of a dead civilization, the megalithic sites of Ireland are vibrant with insight and knowledge. They are an ever-widening window into a time when humans lived as close to the rhythms of nature as they did to the voices of the heavens. In this interview, journalist and Irish historian Anthony Murphy speaks about Celtic sacred sites, myth, and the power of the land.

Anthony Murphy is the author of several books, has contributed to many newspapers and magazines on the myths and monuments of ancient Ireland, and has appeared in a number of television documentaries and films on the subject — including a recent appearance on The History Channel.

 

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


The mass emigration in the 19th and 20th centuries from Ireland and Scotland still impacts those with Celtic ancestry today. In this video, Jane details the severing of the bond between the Gaelic people and the land they and their ancestors long tended. Explore how the loss of the Mother Goddess — the one who rules, who feeds, who provides — is a loss felt not only on a physical level, but at a profound emotional and spiritual depth too. The medicine is in looking to ancient Celtic wisdom to understand what practices will heal both ourselves and the wounds of the past.

 
 
 
 

What Graduates of Jane’s Courses Are Saying...

 
“... helped me identify a path, a way to move forward in my spiritual practice.”

This course helped me identify a path, a way to move forward in my spiritual practice. I feel that I have a much clearer idea of what my next steps are in developing and leading the authentic life I want to live.
— Roxanne Worthington, San Francisco, California

 
“... deepening of my connection to my Celtic ancestry and spirituality.”

The course with Jane resulted in a deepening of my connection to my Celtic ancestry and spirituality. It felt as though it had been waiting there for me, and with Jane’s guidance and wisdom I was able to easily connect. I am so grateful!
— Kirsten, Atlanta, Georgia

 
“... a new way to know myself..."

This course gave me a new way to know myself, in ways I couldn’t access any other way.
— Jennifer, New York, New York

 
“... had me leaping out of bed eagerly at 1:30am to participate.”

I have taken many, many courses over the last 30-odd years, both physically and online, and this has been the only one that has had me leaping out of bed eagerly at 1:30am to participate. And then watching it all again a couple of days later.... I really loved it. Thank you from my heart.
— Felicity, Brittany, France

 
“... opportunity to recenter and find the true calling of my soul.”

This course provided the opportunity to recenter and find the true calling of my soul. I value this type of learning very much. Jane Burns is a phenomenal teacher. Thank you, Shift Network, for providing this course.
— Monica, Connecticut

 
“... the most profoundly deep and inspiring course I have ever experienced.”

I can say that this is the most profoundly deep and inspiring course I have ever experienced. Jane Burns has provided powerful and useful tools to feed my soul, connect with myself, my ancestors, and support from this world and the Celtic Otherworld. I cannot say enough about Jane’s knowledge, creativity, and skill as a leader. I really appreciate her as a warm, caring, and brilliant human being and teacher — she walks her talk with humility and grace. Many thanks to The Shift Network for making this experience available to me.
— Sandra, Alberta, Canada

 
“... helping me change habits I have been stuck in for years.”

Thank you so much, Jane Burns, for such a clear and helpful course. The insights I have gained are helping me change habits I have been stuck in for years. I would be thrilled to do this again!
— Anonymous

 
“I have my sense of belonging restored to me...”

I have my sense of belonging restored to me — my Celtic history and language is so important to me. Now, my feelings of connection to all living things is constant and holistic within me.
— Anonymous

 
“Celtic shamanism is a breath of fresh air...”

I have studied core shamanism for many years, and found it to be a bit patriarchal in nature. Celtic shamanism is a breath of fresh air, and learning from a more matriarchal perspective has renewed my active practices. I focus on planetary healing, using medicine wheels on my own property. I am a solo practitioner, so these online classes are so very appreciated! This course was informative, and as a seasoned practitioner I was amazed and awed by the content. Thank you so much for this course!
— Beth, Sequim, Washington

 

Join the Global Community

 
 

Celtic Virtues to Cultivate Lasting Peace Within offers some of the most advanced online teachings available, within a thriving, global community of learning and practice.

Join fellow students and practitioners to support and inspire each other as you integrate the teachings and practices Jane Burns will share in this powerful training.

You’ll be part of an international community that’s on the leading edge of a global movement of people manifesting a world grounded in principles of cooperation, harmony, and reverence for all of life.

 

Here’s What You’ll Receive

 
 
 
Ten 90-Minute Class Sessions With Jane Burns
 

Experience a unique opportunity to be mentored by and 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 move forward in your life with gratitude, acceptance, compassion, and humility through invoking the wisdom of heroes, gods and goddesses, wise old trees, and more. Course sessions are on Wednesdays at 5:00pm Pacific.

 
Ten Video Recordings of Class Sessions
 

After each class, the video will be available for you to download or stream in high-quality format. You’ll never have to worry about missing a session, and you can watch anytime and anywhere — on any connected device and at your convenience.

 
 
Ten Audio Recordings of Class Sessions
 

After each class, the audio will be available for you to download in high-quality MP3 format. You’ll never have to worry about missing a session, and you can listen anytime and anywhere — on any connected device and at your convenience.

 
 
Ten 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 after each session is completed. You can then review, print, and highlight the most important insights and practices you were given.

 
 
Ten 30-Minute Interactive Group Practice Sessions
 

With live class attendance, there will be a 30-minute optional interactive practice session directly following each class. You’ll be placed in an intimate group with several other participants on the conference call to interact, share, and do additional practices with, to help further integrate the weekly lessons. Practice sessions are available for live attendance only, not recorded for playback. If you’re unable to attend the calls live, the Facebook online community group allows you to connect with each other and find alternative times to interact.

 
 
Interactive 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 and integrate each week’s lesson.

 
 
Online Community
 

Our exclusive Facebook online community is the perfect place to continue your discovery process after each class. Here, you can continue the discussion about your course materials and interact with your fellow students to take your exploration to an even deeper level.

 
 
The Celtic Virtues Bonus Collection
 
  • The Powers of the Elements
    Video Dialogue With Sandra Ingerman and Jane Burns
  • Ancestral Patterning: Opportunity or Fate
    PDF Article by Jane Burns
  • The Living Wisdom of the Ancient Sacred Sites of Ireland
    Video Dialogue With Jane Burns and Anthony Murphy
  • The Loss of Sovereignty: A Celtic Ancestral Story
    Video Teaching From Jane Burns
 

An Unprecedented Opportunity to Join the Celtic Virtues to Cultivate Lasting Peace Within Virtual Training

 

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

If you’re serious about moving forward in your life with gratitude, acceptance, compassion, and humility, 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.

 
 

More Praise for Jane Burns...

“Jane’s teaching is truly brilliant.”

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, internationally renowned teacher of shamanism and author of 12 books, including The Book of Ceremony

 
“[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

 
“Jane Burns has opened me up to another version of my inner landscape...”

Jane Burns has opened me up to another version of my inner landscape, complete with spirit guides who wish to share their wisdom.
— Mary, Saratoga Springs, New York

“... draws you into the Celtic world of Spirit better than I ever could have imagined.”

Jane Burns is the real thing. She is a master and draws you into the Celtic world of Spirit better than I ever could have imagined. She knows so much and expresses it in a wonderful way with stories, journeys, and practical exercises to claim your sovereignty with the Celtic traditions. More than worth its weight in gold and definitely life-changing. I did not imagine it would be this good!
— Rachael Bruton Haisell, Victoria, Canada

“... opened me up, often with tears, to a new self-awareness.”

Jane Burns is a wonderful teacher of Celtic shamanism. She blends poetry, myth, and journeys into a colorful, rich experience that many times opened me up, often with tears, to a new self-awareness. Thank you, Jane!
— Margaret Dunlevy, New York, New York

 

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, followed five years later by her oracle cards, Portal to the Sacred Trees.

Jane has studied core shamanism with Sandra Ingerman, and Celtic shamanism with Tom Cowan. She's 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's recently finished a novel entitled The Hungry Sea, a modern-day 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

 

Q: What’s a virtual course?
A: It’s a great way to engage live and pre-recorded teachings and each other from the comfort of your home! All you need is a computer, mobile device, or telephone. If there’s more than one person in your household taking the course, you’ll each need your own connection. We use Zoom video conferencing to make it just like an in-person event, where you can ask questions and deepen your exploration of the course themes.

There’s no additional charge for connecting to Zoom with your computer or mobile device. Please note that dialing Zoom from your telephone is a toll call; your telephone service provider will charge you according to your existing long-distance calling plan. International access numbers are available.

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Q: Can I get benefit from the course if I miss the live classes?
A: Absolutely! You can download the recordings and transcripts of all course sessions from our online media archive, so you never need to worry about missing live calls. You can also engage the full community and leaders on our private online community group.

 

Q: Can you tell me about the private online community group?
A: We’ll have a private online community group for all course participants on Facebook that will support you in making connections with others, sharing insights, engaging in discussions, and completing homework assignments that can supplement your transformational journey. You’ll have the ability to share your experiences, projects, and growth throughout the course.

 

Q: Are there scholarships available for this training?
A: Yes, we always make a certain percentage of spaces available for partial scholarships, giving preference to those in developing countries or doing important but underpaid work to which they can apply the training material immediately. If you’d like to apply for a scholarship, please review our guidelines, which include a link to our online application form.

 

Q: What’s your refund policy?
A: Your satisfaction with The Shift Network and this course is our highest priority! We offer a satisfaction guarantee so that you can sample the course risk-free. The deadline to receive a full refund is July 22, 2020. To request a refund, please click on this refund request form and submit your request. Qualifying refunds will be processed within five business days and an email confirming the refund will be sent. However, we’d love to have a chance to address and resolve your concerns first. If there’s something we can assist you with, please email us at support@theshiftnetwork.com and we’ll be happy to help! (No refund requests accepted after the above date or with scholarship awards.)

 

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