TOLTEC WISDOM TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE
For Spiritual Healers,
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Develop your foundation of inner strength to overcome any challenge and accomplish your purpose.
Learn to share your voice and your story to create the communities and opportunities that fulfill your life.
Cultivate your inner fire so that you can make your life purpose a reality in the world.
Heal the personal and ancestral wounds so that you can move forward in your life and makes your dreams a reality.
Oscar C. Pérez is a ritual leader, spiritual teacher, and mentor. He was born and raised in the Chihuahuan Desert, on the U.S. – Mexico border. At an early age, he was called to study the spiritual traditions of his ancestors. A calling which has guided him throughout his life. He teaches about the unifying aspects of shamanic traditions on the path of the Tolteca, the artist of life, or man or woman of knowledge. His devotion to serving Spirit and dedication to being guided by his spiritual commitment to finding personal freedom has led him to study with teachers of various traditions throughout the world. He is a life-long martial artist and a student/teacher of the Toltecayotl, the Toltec Path. He is the founder of Tending the Fires, a movement dedicated to helping individuals awaken their own medicine and bring it to the world to inspire and heal as a collective. Among other things that are more important to him but not as shiny to some folks he has a PhD from Brown University and he once won some awards for being an excellent teacher at Harvard, too.
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