Thu Jan 9 (Hour 1) Dawn Brunke – Ancient Power of the Snake

Entwined with human consciousness since prehistoric times, Snake has always been associated with transformation–from the shedding of its skin to the rising of kundalini energy. In ancient times, Snake served as protector and advisor to gods, goddesses, and royalty. But with the story of Adam and Eve, Snake became the enemy–a tempter and deceiver.

Inspired by a vivid dream of an immense snake that lost its tail, animal communicator Dawn Brunke investigates the interwoven history of Snake and humanity and explores how we can once again access Snake’s wisdom and harness its powerful ability to heal, transform, and awaken.

Dawn Brunke graduated from Lawrence University, summa cum laude, in 1981. Her B.A. is in Comparative Religions and Symbolic Anthropology. She also has a degree in Massage Therapy from the Potomac Massage Training Institute, where she taught Anatomy and Kinesiology for several years. She has also published books for children, film and music reviews as well as nonfiction articles on a variety of subjects, as well as contributed to a book series regarding the healing benefits of essential oils.