Fairly often I am asked the question, ‘When did you decide to become a Shaman then?’ It’s an interesting question and it carries with it many pitfalls on answering. So without making too much of it, here is a list that might allow you to glean that information and understand a bit more. I refer you to the wonderful Sacred Hoop article that I shared – all about the myriad of Shamanic practice and its origins. Go look and share the article then sign up for the quarterly magazine. Continue reading “4 Ways To Walk A Shaman’s Path?”→
It’s all ways (yes I do that on purpose!) good to find someone who will help others along. It’s about community, promotion, positioning all these things and more. However it is about sharing and being really human. That’s a Shamanic trait, and therefore we celebrate MakeItUltraTM and share in the hope that you too, will share. We are Pack, we are COMMUNITY. Aho!
Ceremony or Ritual it’s a rite old conundrum! So how do you make it work for you?
The closest many of us come to ‘ceremony’ is when we attend the ‘Hatch/Match/Despatch’ variety. There are of course many religions which still celebrate life’s rites of passage. The rest of us, well some don’t even recognise those rites and for me that is the reason we as a culture have really lost our way a little bit perhaps. We just don’t get it. Continue reading “Ceremony! 5 Ways to Make it”→
Kuan Yin isn’t so strange a figure to be present in a bird shaman’s life. She is often depicted with birds. Most commonly, it is with a swallow (sometimes very stylized and phoenix-like) which carries a string of prayer beads in its beak. This bird represents light in the darkness, especially through devotion. Sometimes the […]
this is another find. Not relevant? Well love is Universal, and we are at sometime in our lives all at loggerheads with it. We can make our Selves hard to love most often when we are disconnected from Self. When we measure our Selves against perceived perfect others but read this and see if you relate and then sit with it and find your Self and sit with them. Tell them how you feel . Use a mirror and the Ho’opono’ono ‘I’m sorry, I love you, forgive me.’