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The story you tell your self about the truth of your life and given situations, can have a very powerful influence on your approach to life, and how you feel about life and yourself. Powerful stories can either empower or … Continue reading →
Please Share any Online Shamanism Training you know of at the Bottom of this Page! Many of us don’t have shamanic teachers in our area. Sandra Ingerman started ShamanicTeachers.com with a desire to seed high quality teachers in their local … Continue reading →
The Lost Power of Singing Many people underestimate the power of singing, and the power of songs. Also, in many Anglo societies people are taught to believe that only the best singers should be singing. If your voice isn’t good … Continue reading →
Can anyone ask to become a shaman? An individual can only become a shaman, if the spirits choose to work with them. It is certainly possible that an individual can ask to become a shaman, and that the spirits can … Continue reading →
Different cultures have different rules about what is OK for a shamanic practitioner to do when offering their healing to others. Shamanic healers who come from, or were trained in, a traditional healing system will sometimes find a clash between … Continue reading →
It might be easier to understand how journeys can teach you and give insight if you had a few examples. Here are a few examples of journeys that were taken by real individuals. You might also want to go … Continue reading →
Feedback to Shaman Links has shown that some people believe that Ayuhuasca and Shamanism are identical. That is incorrect. The practice of using Ayuhuasca originates in South America. Many shamans / shamanic practitioners do not use Ayuhuasca in their practice. For instance, … Continue reading →
To put it simply. No. Shamans are a very human healer. They are therefore subject to all of the pitfalls that other humans fall into. The shaman’s deep connection with the spirit world gives them access to insights that other … Continue reading →
There are two basic reasons why someone might feel spacey or light headed after a shamanic journey. You can feel a little strange if you’ve received a powerful healing in your journey, or experienced something very profound. In this case, … Continue reading →
Imagination is the Translator For the Shamanic Journey When I teach journey classes, I explain to students that journeys often feel like you are imagining them. This is because your imagination is the translator that helps your every day mind … Continue reading →