Health & Healing
Dream Journey to the Andes
Having witnessed the impossible, all else might only be improbable, and what was once unimaginable is in the realm of the knowable. It is another world that we have entered, this magical mystical place known as Peru.
Shaman's Diary: On An Ayahuasca Shamanic Adventure
Surrendering into the current of electric life that is released into awareness by the Great Mother Serpent, Yakumama, I was drawn into a realm of shimmering light & fractal rainbows. I awoke within my own DNA.
The 22 Sacred Dancers Inhabiting the Soul
Shamanic ceremony can restore psychic balance to an individual who suffers an imbalance affecting one of the 22 sacred dancers -- mythic archetypes found in Tarot Trumps -- resulting in obsessive, neurotic, addictive, and self-defeating behavior patterns.
Grandfather Fire and the Circle of Animal Brothers
In that time before there was Time, there was Grandfather Fire. Around Grandfather Fire sat the Circle of Animal Brothers, and beyond them. . . the Darkness.
The Retriever -- Shamanic Redreaming to Heal the Soul
I am born of the Dream and dream the World. To dream the World awake, no less, is my passion and vision. Of all the skills of being Shaman none are possible but for the ability to re-dream the 'World-as-it-is' into the 'World-as-it-can-be'.
Shamanic Healer Jade Wah'oo Grigori Explains the Ancient Ways of Using Deer and Eagle Medicine to Heal the Celestial Soul in Cases of Critical Illness
Damazhon are Spirits that typically flit about around those places we recognize as being sacred: springs, caves, vortices and the like. A Shaman creates a Damazhon Mojo to help recipients find their path in life, for vitality, clarity, health, or spiritual protection.
The Eagle of the North and the Condor of the South
"We Inkan people have a prophecy that when the Eagle of the North joins with the Condor of the South when the Inti Stone casts no shadow, then is the time to reveal the Teachings held secret by the Inkas for the last 500 years. The prophecy is now fulfilled!"
The Art of Assisting Spirits in Transition
Upon death the Spirit remains in the earthly plane for three days, seeking release from attachment to people, places and things of its former life experience.
The Mythos of Consciousness
Myth is the reality of the Soul, just as History is the reality of the day-to-day linear world. Mythos is the topography, or cosmology, of the Soul.
A person who has suffered abuse tends to either become a perpetrator of further abuse or become self-destructive. Why? Shamanism provides clear answers and effective treatment.