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Web of Life Animists

Web of Life Animists
2016 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson
Open Sundays, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Facebook/Meetup: @weboflife-intuitiveshamanicanimists

Animist/Animism means “you are connected with the web of life around you and the multiple worlds within you”. All cultures around the Earth were, at one time, what we now call Animist. It is time to reconnect that which has been separated by colonization and culture.
Web of Life Animists supports and empowers people who feel connected with the Earth by offering a safe space for personal healing sessions, soul support circles, ceremonies and non-dogmatic community. Web of Life is legally an Animist “church” where one can join with other folks seeking connection with their “Spirit World”, exploring our animist heritage and sharing our authentic
experiences with each other.
Web of Life offers monthly events and services including: Animist gatherings, full and dark moon labyrinth walks, low cost healing clinics, drum journeys, storytelling, healing and meditation gatherings, as well as circles and sessions hosted by women of color.
Web of Life is a safe place for LGBTQ+ people and those in need of
Soul Healing due to recovery from addictions. “All Earth honoring people welcome.”

Practitioner Profile Quynn Red Mountain

Practitioner Profile: Quynn Red Mountain

Quynn Red Mountain is the Animist Minister of Web of Life Animists Read More » 

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