Information about the Councils
Councils are a result of the many Shamanic trainings led by Lynn Andrews over the years. Every month Councils come together to share in the Sacred tasks and Teachings created by Lynn and the Sisterhood of the Shields, providing us with the Sacred space and opportunity to explore our Shaman selves in deep and often profound ways. Councils also provide the latest news regarding Lynn’s workshops, trainings, and new book releases.
Check out the current Councils below … If you are interested in participating in a Council in your area, use the email form on the sidebar and request more information.
Even if there is no Council in your area at present, please feel free to email your information, and you will be contacted as soon as one is organized.
Last updated: January 2016
Exciting live Council calls with Lynn again in 2016!
Details to be announced shortly!
National Council Directory (USA)
Arizona – (3) Northern Phoenix, Flagstaff, Tucson
California – (4) East Bay, Eastern Sierra, San Joaquin Valley, Jackson/Placerville (Free Spirits Council)
Colorado – (1) Loveland Mountain Spirits Council
Connecticut – (1) Litchfield Hills
Florida – (3) Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Ocala
Hawaii – (1) Big Island Council
Indiana – (1) Fort Wayne (Council of the Horse)
Massachusetts – (3) Boston, The Vineyards, Athol (Pioneer Valley Full Moon)
Michigan – (1) Sterling Heights (Ancient Wisdom Council)
Ohio – (1) Cleveland (Hawk Council)
Pennsylvania – (1) Phionexville (Great Valley Council)
International Council Directory
Brazil – Pau Brazil Council, Salvador, Bahia
Canada – (4) Halifax NS, Toronto ON, Valemount BC (Caribous Council), Victoria BC
Europe – Spain (White Owl Council)
Iceland – Northern Lights Council
Rainbow Altar Cloth: made from fibers from all Council members, and travels around the world to all the different Councils. Here it is visiting the Miami Council:
Here is the Rainbow Altar Cloth with the Arizona Council:
Here is the Rainbow Altar Cloth being used by the Boston Council:
The Ancient Wisdom Council in Michigan were the next to receive the Altar Cloth!