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Walking Between the Worlds:
Becoming the New Spiritual Warrior”

with Brad Collins

April 27 — 29
at Isis Cove Community & Retreat Center

This introductory Shamanic Breathwork weekend is designed to help men step into their authentic power and purpose.

Initiation 1:
Death of the Old King

Initiation 2:
The New Spiritual Warrior

Initiation 3:
Finding Your Inner Beloved

Initiation 4:
Visionary Leadership

Initiation 5:
The Shamanic Priest

Men of vision are being called to shep­herd the plan­et through these times of accel­er­at­ed trans­for­ma­tion. We know that we must be the change we wish to see in the world. If you have heard the call to embody the New Masculine, it is time to “Awaken the Shaman Within” and step into your own Visionary Leadership.” —Brad Collins

The Shamanic Priest Process is based on five initi­a­tions that came to Brad Collins during a Shamanic Breathwork™ vision in 1994. During this trans­for­ma­tive intro­duc­to­ry week­end, we will use the Shamanic Breathwork™ Process, art, ritu­al, commu­ni­ty and cele­bra­tion to become Shamanic walk­ers between the worlds.

Dates & Times: Friday, April 27, 7:30 pm – Sunday, April 29, 4 pm

Workshop Donation: $285 includes lunch and dinner on Saturday and lunch on Sunday. Lodging is avail­able at the Isis Cove Retreat Center for an addi­tion­al fee.

To Register: Send $100 deposit to reserve your spot or call with cred­it card details: Venus Rising, PO Box 486, Sylva, NC 28779 * 828–631-2305 *

Questions: Contact Brad at 828–507-7649 or

Brad Collins is Co-Director of the Venus Rising Association for Transformation, Founder of the Shamanic Priest Process, Vice President of Venus Rising University and Co-Founder of the Isis Cove Community and Retreat Center where he lives with his wife, Star Wolf, in the beau­ti­ful blue moun­tains of Western North Carolina. A leader in plan­e­tary trans­for­ma­tion for over 30 years, Brad works with men of vision from across the coun­try facil­i­tat­ing initia­to­ry process­es and creat­ing sacred commu­ni­ty