The second webinar will feature esteemed Guatemalan Ceremonial leader and Mayan Ajq’ii Nan Shuni Giron. A shamanic healer with a doctorate in Naturopathic medicine and Alternative therapies, Nan Shuni will explore the sacred intent and spiritual language of psychedelic plants.
Date: Tuesday, June 2nd
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM PST (6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EST)
About Nan Shuni Giron
Nan Shuni Giron specializes in spiritual psychotherapy and shamanic rituals, having led sacred Maya ceremonies across the world. A passionate advocate for traditional plant medicine, Shuni empowers her followers to establish a deeper connection with nature.
Shuni was born in Guatamala, where she studied the ceremonies and traditions of Mesoamerica. Having achieved revered status in her home country, Shuni began to spread ancient Maya wisdom across the world. Through Mayan sacred fires, teōnanācatl, cocoa and psychotherapy, Shuni facilitates transformative experiences internationally and preserves ancestral culture through spirituality.
Shuni is particularly celebrated for her knowledge of the Sacred Popol Vuh book of the Maya, for which she holds the honored title of Official Spiritual Guardian. In addition to this prestigious role, Shuni is also a Maya Calendars Day Keeper, spiritual guide, astrologer and a passionate plant medicine advocate.
As a thought leader Shuni has spoken at a number of Indigenous summits and international festivals. Her knowledge of Maya tradition and shamanic rituals has even achieved high profile media coverage, including an appearance on National Geographic’s On the Story of God – where she featured alongside Sir Morgan Freeman.
It’s this wisdom we’re excited to showcase in the next installment of Examining the Psychedelic Renaissance, in which Shuni will discuss the spirituality behind plant medicine. Psychedelic plants have been used to communicate with a collective conscience through a divine unity, but what are mother earth’s teachings? Join us as we explore our assimilation with nature and discover the hidden language of psychedelic plants.
You can read more about Nan Shuni Giron here.
MAPS Canada has priced the Examining the Psychedelic Renaissance webinar series at an affordable $111 for the full 14 episodes. Single episodes are available for $22 each, with discounted rates for students, seniors and those affected by COVID-19. Tickets can be purchased online at www.mapscanada.org/webinar