Day Long Medicine Walk

 October 13, 2018

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I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.
— John Muir

Cascadia Quest is now offering medicine walks, or day long mini-quests. These short form "medicine" journeys are inspiring and a great way to get a taste of wilderness rites of passage, prepare for an upcoming rite of passage or support incorporation from a past rite of passage. In this context "medicine" means that which heals, strengthens, and empowers - medicine from your inner wisdom, Nature, and Spirit. For some people medicine walks are moving and for others, surprisingly life changing. 

Each medicine walk will have an intention related to the specific season of the wheel of life. There will be time in council (talking circle), a talk on the 4 Shields Medicine Wheel (wheel of life), ceremonial time on the land, then storytelling and mirroring the gifts those stories contain. Medicine walks are led by trained Cascadia Quest guides and take place in wilderness areas near Eugene, OR. Medicine Walks can be done individually or as a series. 

Next Date: Oct 13th


Guides: Silvia Talavera and Jenny Russell

Cost:   

      Adult: (sliding scale) 1 for $70-150
                                    2 for $130
                               

Youth ages 14-18: 1 for $50
                                2 for $90