Author: Serge Kahili King
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2009-11-24
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Now, even if you can't get out into the wilderness or undertake a long apprenticeship, you can learn to practice the art of shamanism. Uniquely suited for use in today's world, Hawaiian shamanism follows the way of the adventurer, which produces change through love and cooperation - in contrast to the widely known way of the warrior, which emphasizes solitary quests and conquest by power. Here, in the first practical guide to applying this ancient healing art to our modern lives, you'll learn how to: -Interpret and change your dreams -Heal yourself, your relationships, and the environment -Cast the shaman stones to foretell the future -Design and perform powerful rituals -Shapechange -Make vision quests to other realities
Joanne Walker has three days to learn to use her shamanic powers and save the world from the unleashed Wild Hunt. No worries. No pressure. Never mind the lack of sleep, the perplexing new talent for healing herself from fatal wounds, or the cryptic, talking coyote who appears in her dreams. And if all that's not bad enough, in the three years Joanne's been a cop, she's never seen a dead body—but she's just come across her second in three days. It's been a bitch of a week. And it isn't over yet.
Immerse yourself in the timeless Dreamtime creation story of 'Spirit Guide Flying Eagle' and the legend of 'Australia's Dream Time Alphabet'. Learn how to: 1.create your own personal divination tool and medicine bag 2.create a sacred space 3.conduct sacred shamanic ceremonies 4.create a daily spirit guide ritual 5.connect with spirit familiars, power totems and guides 6.undergo transformative journeys for healing and personal development 7.connect with spiritual ancestors and evolutionary descendants 8.use soul level divination as a devotional pathway for spiritual awakening and personal freedom
New York City cop Miguel Rassin's life is going downhill fast. He's got a spotty record from the Army, a one-night stand who won't go away, and a flock of reporters trying to crucify him for shooting a civilian waving a toy pistol. Now kids are turning up missing in the Bronx, and he's partnered with by-the-book Detective Rob Jackson, a man with problems of his own. Their first suspect is a local shaman, Nikolai Adelman, who is either the strangest holy man ever or a con working his own angle.
This book contains first hand accounts of profound and life-changing interactions with the Spirit World experienced by ordinary people. Through these true stories Raym unlocks the secrets of the real but invisible spirit world that surrounds us. He shares insights, explanations and exercises that reveal the awesome power for good, that can be accessed by every one of us, through Crystal Dreaming¿, now.
Author: Gabrielle Roth
Publisher: New World Library
Release Date: 2011-09-22
In this revised edition of Maps to Ecstasy, Gabrielle Roth expands on the themes that have guided her — ways of transforming daily life into sacred art. Her work in teaching movement has been described as a marriage of art and healing. Each chapter initiates readers into one of the five sacred powers necessary for survival and reveals the five life cycles that lead to enlightenment. The creative process brings readers in touch with these five sacred powers by freeing the body to experience the power of being, expressing the heart to experience the power of loving, emptying the mind to experience the power of seeing, and embodying the spirit to experience the power of healing.
150 Blank Pages 8.5 x 11 Inches (21.59 X 27.94 cm), similar to A4 size (slightly larger). Make notes about Ayahuasca / DMT your ceremony or vacation, or just use as a general notebook or diary / journal Just a simple blank notebook / diary with lines, one page at the front to write your name The image inside the pages of the notebook is an aztec depiction of the mother goddess Great looking portable notebook for all people interested in indigenous culture and medicine Helps boost your creativity, healing, gain insights, write about any shamanic ceremonies, before you forget / something else happens Useful tool in the transformational process, allows you to think more about your experiences, aids with depression / anxiety or insight and breakthroughs Shipped and created by amazon, no waiting Fits easily on a book case or in a backpack Book industry perfect binding Use fountain pen, biro or pencil Also in other designs, and A5 sizes.
150 Blank Pages 8.5 x 11 Inches (21.59 X 27.94 cm), similar to A4 size (slightly larger). Make notes about Ayahuasca / DMT your ceremony or vacation, or just use as a general journal or diary / notebook Just a simple blank journal / diary with lines, one page at the front to write your name The one image inside the pages of the journal is an aztec depiction of the mother goddess Great looking portable journal for all people interested in indigenous culture and medicine Helps boost your creativity, healing, gain insights, write about any shamanic ceremonies, before you forget / something else happens Useful tool in the transformational process, allows you to think more about your experiences, aids with depression / anxiety or insight and breakthroughs Shipped and created by amazon, no waiting Fits easily on a book case or in a backpack Book industry perfect binding Use fountain pen, biro or pencil Also in other designs, and A5 sizes.
Joanne Walker has two choices: Defeat the enemy…or lose her soul trying For over a year, Joanne has been fighting the Master—the world's most abiding evil entity. She's sacrificed family, friendships, even watched potential futures fade away…and now the Master is bringing the final battle to Joanne's beloved Seattle. Lives will be lost as the repercussions of all Joanne's final transformation into her full Shamanic abilities come to her doorstep. Before the end, she'll mourn, rejoice—and surrender everything for the hope of the world's survival. She'll be a warrior and a healer. Because she is finally a Shaman Rising. "The twists and turns will have readers shaking their heads while devouring the next page." —USA TODAY on Raven Calls
Author: James Endredy
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
In a society riddled with rampant consumerism and unsustainable technology, it''s easy for everyone, including shamans, to lose touch with the natural world. James Endredy, who has learned from tribal shamans around the globe, presents a new philosophy of shamanic practice called ecological shamanism, or ecoshamanism. Designed to deliver well-being and spiritual harmony, ecoshamanism is the culmination of the visionary practices, rituals, and ceremonies that honor and support nature. Exploring the holistic perspective of shamanism, Endredy encourages readers to establish a rewarding connection with sacred, life-giving forces using shamanic tools and practices. The author describes more than fifty authentic ecoshamanistic practices-including ceremonies, rituals, chanting, hunting, pilgrimage, and making instruments-that reinforce one''s relationship with the natural world.
Author: Mary Saracino; Mary Beth Moser
Release Date: 2012-02-15
She Is Everywhere! Volume 3 presents a bold, brave, and beautiful compilation of womanist/feminist essays, poems, and artwork showcasing work from an international community of women and men who honor the Sacred Female. The fifty contributors in this anthology—scholars, creative writers, and visual artists—share their vision for a world that reclaims the inviolability of the Divine Female in all Her many and varied manifestations. She Is Everywhere! Volume 3 is the latest edition of a leading-edge series which, like its predecessors, offers an invaluable contribution to women’s spirituality, religion, philosophy, and women’s studies. The contemporary voices contained within its pages echo an ancient clarion call to embrace the values of justice with compassion, equality for all people, and transformation. “We have a calling in this world—namely, to prevent the destruction from continuing.” —Claudia von Werlhof “I am in the presence of a divine Mother, and She is fulfilling a deep longing inside of me.” —Nicole Margiasso-Tran “She was, I am, my daughter is because we are all Her.” —Etoyle McKee Just as dark matter (mother) in space shapes galaxies and holds them together, we are shaped and held by the African Dark Mother who has given us Her life force, and resides in the very depths of our being, where the macrocosm is literally reflected in the microcosm.” —Leslene della-Madre
Though the people of Burma, now called Myanmar, are formally Buddhist, their folk religion a type of animism or supernaturalism is so unlike classical Buddhism that it seems contradictory. For years scholars of religion and anthropology have debated the questions: Do these folk beliefs make up a separate religious system? Or is there a subtle merging of supernaturalism and Buddhism, a kind of syncretism? In either case, how exactly does folk religion fit into the overall religious pattern? Melford Spiro's Burmese Supernaturalism has been one of the major works in this debate, both for its position on the "two religions" question and for its arguments concerning the psychological basis of religion. The book begins with an introduction to the study of supernaturalism. The next section of the work covers various types of supernaturalism, including witches, ghost, and demons. Other areas of discussion include supernaturally caused illness and its treatment, the shaman, the exorcist, and the relationship between supernaturalism and Buddhism. In the introduction to this expanded edition Spiro further develops the underlying logic of his argument and evaluates the most recent contributions to the field of the anthropology of religion. Burmese Supernaturalism is an intriguing study and will provide insightful reading for anthropologists, sociologists, theologians, as well as those interested in supernaturalism in Burma (Myanmar) and other cultures. Melford E. Spiro is professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of California, San Diego, where he founded the Anthropology Department in 1968. His other works include Gender and Culture, Oedipus in the Trobriands, and Culture and Human Nature.