For the past 3 months I’ve had the privilege of interviewing Shamans from around the World. What a delight and inspiration! I’ve interviewed Celtic, African, Siberian, South American and Andean Shamanic practitioners and wisdom keepers from many diverse traditions and lineages. And you know what? In the end it’s all about love!
Shamanism is essentially a living tradition of alchemy that is not seeking the stone but has found the stone. Terence McKenna
This year we have a number of young, brilliant and passionate practitioners with great wisdom and integrity. Also, Daniel Foor and I had a very powerful conversation about cultural appropriation, and colonialism and it’s impact on shamanic traditions and shamanism itself.
Meriel, the Well of Light team and I hope that you will join us on July 9-11 for this FREE Shamanism Global Summit! Here is a link to register:
Shamanism is aboutaccelerated personal and evolutionary growth - It is the oldest spiritual practice on our planet - it is an animistic, earth based practice of alchemy (turning leadened consciousness into gold). It's about shapeshifting into a new more empowering context for your life and the world. Much like Aikido shamanic practitioners use the invisible forces of the world to move things in a more powerful direction, towards health, healing and wholeness…
Encompassing diverse indigenous earth traditions, ancient practices, and sacred rituals to heal, shamanism can help you cultivate spiritual alignment, abundance, and a natural sense of deep interconnection with the many possible worlds — both seen and unseen. Shamanism brings us home to our highest self and supports all of humanity in transforming self-defeating patterns, ancestral wounds, and the belief that we live in a world of separation, into a soul-aligned, interconnected way of living and being.
The shaman is a self-realized person. She discovers the ways of Spirit through her inner awakening. Alberto Villoldo
Some shamans work with guardian beings and subtle realms; others use sound technologies and instruments. Some are immersed in visioning, dreaming, and journeying for guidance and healing, while others emphasize the power of communal ritual…
And some access healing through plant medicines, while others have relationships with plants that focus more on offering herbal remedies for healing disease. In the summit we will be exploring the many diverse practices from shamanic traditions around the world.
I’m honored to be hosting and presenting over 20 esteemed shamanic teachers and healers — including Sandra Ingerman, Alberto Villoldo, Grandmother Flordemayo, don Oscar Miro-Quesada, HeatherAsh Amara, Christine Stevens, Robert Moss, Daniel Foor, Nicki Scully, Evelyn Rysdyk, José and Lena Stevens, Fredy Quispe Singona, Nonty Charity Sabic, and others. We hope that you will join us on July 9-11 for this FREE Shamanism Global Summit! Click here to reserve your spot: