Nancy Beck, RN
My goals as a Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Teacher:
- Bring simplicity to very complex concepts.
- Enlighten your understanding of the beauty of You
- You come away from each gathering self-empowered
- Know you are Complete and Whole
When it comes to me it always comes back to the Heart. The heart is where the magic lies. I have been working as a cardiac medical surgical nurse since 1986, and since becoming a mesa carrier in 2011 I recognize the heart is central in Western Medicine and shamanic practices. When we learn to listen to our hearts and follow the wisdom then we are truly walking our authentic path in the world.
It is my Joy to assist people in their current beliefs. I go to work and give service and assist people with their ailments utilizing the best of what Western Medicine has to offer. At the same time stay true to my shamanic self and offer silent prayers to the unseen world. I also plant seeds in the form of words to offer comfort of the mind, body, and spirit. I see the synchronicities that my shamanic path has given me. I even have a few doctors who ask me to go “work your magic” with their patients.
I feel like am an exactly where I am suppose to be. I live in the center of the Heartland. The misunderstanding of shamanism being an “either or” rather than an “all inclusive” concept of Spirituality has been a slow turnover in ideas. There has been a steady progression of acceptance of the shamanic path. The fundamental concept that I repeat as long as you are coming from a place of LOVE then your belief has a place in a shamanic practice. My continued success as a nurse has an added element of credibility that some people need. This has allowed a more rapid dissemination of the shamanic teachings. Since completing my initial PMT 5-part series I have been working with the Central Heartland Ayllu offering shamanic healings and teachings at the annual Earth Day celebration in Columbia, MO in Peace Park.
Spirit led me to share my successes I have with my children. I wrote and self-published a book called “Pillow Talk: Loving Affirmation to Encourage and Guide your Children”. At night when they are asleep I tell them “I love you, thank you for being in my life, I am the luckiest mother in the world…” In addition to the love affirmation I add additional words to assist them with any life obstacle that is causing an imbalance or fear. Once the fear is gone my children continue on their path to become their Greatness. My children our now in their teenage years and I continue to marvel at their success and magnificence of who they are.
One reader shared a story of her grandson’s. Their mother had left her 5-year old and 11-year old in her custody in order to pursue a romantic relationship. The 5-year old had developed a foot infection that had progressed to the point they were going to amputate the foot within a few days. After utilizing the Pillow Talk the youngest had recovery within a week. And the 11-year old who had a diagnosis of attention deficit disorder and had been unsuccessful with math was starting to have achievement with algebra. She also reported a general calmness of their being.
Our Mother Earth replenishes us and takes away our dense energy. On our travels my husband Mark, who is also a mesa carrier, and I bring ceremony. We stop and make offerings to the seen and unseen realms as part of our teachings of ayni, or scared reciprocity. There is a constant reminder of the beauty and restorative gifts of the natural world.
There is nothing I love more than spending time with my family. The natural world has brought my family closer together and given us some of our best family memories in the form of travel to ski mountains across Colorado and other Western states along with play in our home state of Missouri at the Lake of the Ozarks and Cedar Creek in our back field. Our house is amongst the forest and allows for a stillness we cherish.
In 2014 I had the honor to be on a pilgrimage to Peru with don Oscar Miro-Quesada and his lovely wife Cindy. We traveled to the rain forest, many sacred sites around Cusco including Machu Picchu, and the coastal areas. On a daily basis I was emerged in ceremony. I ventured into sacred sites that have been around for millennium. I was imparted with energies of the region. The experience has become part of a cellular and thought memories. I look forward to being of service and sharing all that I am with you and I excited to know you.
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- Bachelor of Science in Nursing 1986
- Advanced Hypnotherapy 2003
- Mesa carrier since 2011
- Ordained Minister 2011
- Priestess-Nicole Christine 2011
- Introduction into Kundalini Yoga 2011
- Magdalene-Nicole Christine 2012
- Auxillio of the PMT 5 part series 2012-14
- Trained Meditation Specialist 2013
- Universal Shamanism from the Shift Network 2014, 2015
- Advanced Universal Shamanism from the Shift Network 2014, 2015
- Introduction into Reiki 2015
- Sanctioned PMT teacher 2015
- Universal Shaman Retreat 2016
Being with family
Taking it easy
Listening to music