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Power Animal Meditations

Author : Nicki Scully
ISBN : 9781591438472
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A collection of guided journeys and meditations to help the reader connect with and learn from power animals and spirit allies. • 50 unique power animal and spirit guide meditations • Illustrated by the award-winning artist of Medicine Cards, Angela Werneke • 7 additional journeys going to new levels added since first edition What can the hawk teach you about your life purpose? What does the salmon know of fertile dreams, goal setting, and self actualization? Calling upon the magical wisdom of nature, Nicki Scully guides us into the spirit world of sacred totems, oracles, and animal teachings from many cultures, including Africa, Egypt, and North America. Encounter the archetypal wisdom teachings of Cobra, Eagle, Dolphin, Lioness, White Buffalo, Coyote, Cedar Tree, and many others. Each totem is exquisitely illustrated by Angela Werneke, the award-winning illustrator of Medicine Cards.

Shamanic Guide To Death And Dying

Author : Kristin Madden
ISBN : 1567184944
Genre : Religion
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Contains meditations, rituals, and ceremonies for both the departed and their loved ones, and includes a section on assisting pets through their passages.

Shamanic Spirit

Author : Kenneth Meadows
ISBN : 9781591439349
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A guide to self-realization and reattunement with nature that utilizes the ancient shamanic wisdom of cultures from around the world • Focuses on the development of grounded spirituality based on the connections indigenous traditions have with nature • Contains 33 hands-on experiential exercises and 50 shamanic meditations • Written by the author of Earth Medicine and Shamanic Experience Those of us who live in the so-called “advanced” modern world have been educated to use our minds and encouraged to satisfy our physical needs. But in so doing, we have become isolated from the very essence of our existence as individuals--our own spirit. In Shamanic Spirit Kenneth Meadows introduces Shamanics, his spiritual science of living, which recognizes the primacy of the spirit and acknowledges that spirit is inherent in all living beings and life forms. Shamanics is a practical way of becoming aware of our multi-dimensional reality and using that awareness to cultivate and refine the spirit within. Using the symbolic structure of the Medicine Wheel--which helps us establish a sense of direction, extend perception, and examine relationships--Meadows presents 33 hands-on experiential exercises that help readers discover the truth about themselves. His approach also draws upon and integrates universal shamanic concepts from such regions as the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, India, China, and Polynesia to show readers how to release their dormant potentials, generate creativity, and meet the challenges of their lives with confidence and self-assurance.

Alternative States Of Consciousness In Shamanism Imaginal Psychotherapies Hypnotherapy And Meditation Including A Shamanism And Meditation Inspired Personal And Professional Training Program For The 21st Century Psychotherapist

Author : Allen Holmquist
ISBN : 9781581123579
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Shamanism, hypnosis, imaginal psychotherapies, and meditation are based on the use of what we in the modern western world think of as non-ordinary human consciousness. These four modalities have fundamental similarities and differences in purpose, theory, technique, type of alternative consciousness, and their application of non-ordinary reality. Shamanism, the oldest and most intertwined with the cultures in which it is practiced, will be explored as a model for individual healing and transformation and professional training. The shamanic way will also be explored as a model of consciousness and a world-view that offers individuals, groups, and society much needed coping mechanisms, healing techniques, and transformative values that may be helpful in dealing with this trying and important transition time for humanity. Imaginal therapies, meditation and hypnosis all have their roots in shamanism, although in some parts of the world at certain times in history, shamanism borrowed from meditation in its adaptation and development.


Author : Michael Winkelman
ISBN : 9780313381812
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This book examines shamanism from evolutionary and biological perspectives to identify the origins of shamanic healing in rituals that enhance individual and group function. * Written by an internationally recognized scholar on shamanism * Illustrates evidence of ancient shamanic practices * A bibliography provides current and historical sources on shamanism

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Author : Robyn Benson
ISBN : 9781304791474
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Jewel In The Lotus

Author : Rob MacGregor
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Over the past few decades, meditation has evolved from a fringe practice to a mainstream stress-reduction technique that your family doctor might recommend. But how do you enter the doorway to a meditation practice if you don't have time to join a class? You begin by taking up a solo practice, squeezing in five to twenty minutes here and there. However, meditating on your own tends to leave unanswered the daunting question of how you quiet your mind. That's where Jewel in the Lotus: Meditation for Busy Minds will help. The book provides all that is needed to begin a practice in an easy-to-read style with a variety of techniques as well as anecdotes from the author's years of practice and teaching. Readers will appreciate the spiritual, but non-dogmatic, non-religious style that pervades the author's teachings.

The Shaman S Journey

Author : Liz Francis
ISBN : 9781514445242
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Shaman's Journey, not only includes stories in Liz's life where she has communicated and learnt from Spirit, but also includes journeys and meditations where she helps you to visit the Spirit world yourself and learn how to live your life in a shamanic way. She talks about when she drew Spirit Guides, and tells you how you can meet your own Spirit Guides and guardian animals. The book includes meditations and shamanic journeys, and she has a clear and concise way of describing spirituality in a simple understandable way that is nature based.

Shamanic Christianity

Author : Bradford Keeney
ISBN : 9781594776274
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A guide to reconnecting with Jesus, Mary, and the saints as shamanic teachers of divine mysteries • Contains meditations, contemplations, parables, and active ritual tasks that help bring forth a shamanic understanding and practice of Christianity • Shows shamanic experience to be the root of mystical communion When the missionaries came to North America to “save” the American Indians, they were perplexed to discover that while they talked about Jesus, some of the Indians claimed to talk directly with him. Among Christians there is almost complete silence on the subject of the place of shamanism in experiencing the divine, yet shamanic experience is at the root of all mystical communion. Shamanic Christianity offers a chance to rekindle the shamanic practices of Christianity to those who wish to restore their direct connection to the spirit world. In the tradition of contemplative practice, this reconnection takes the form of devotions. Presented in four forms, these devotions begin with a specific contemplation, followed by a meditative focus, then a parable from the author’s own visionary experiences, and finally an active mystical practice to help ground the meditations and contemplations in a ritual or ceremony that involves active participation. These four forms serve to reintroduce Jesus, Mary, and the historically renowned saints as shamanic teachers of divine mysteries whose spiritual presence is readily available to contemporary lives. The author also presents specific directives for handling everyday challenges in a shamanic-inspired manner, drawing upon creative activities and resources that encourage approaching the world with the imaginative and playful spirit of a child, whose personal freedom and creative expression is always wide open to possibilities.

Stumbling Down The Shamanic Path

Author : Michele Burdet
ISBN : 9781440152061
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Stumbling Down the Shamanic Path relates how a spiritual skeptic became a questioner, a meditator who avoided gurus, an explorer of earth energies, and then met the teacher who discerned the shaman sleeping in the spirit of a middle-aged alpinist. That was only the beginning, for pursuit of this new tack offered a new set of hurdles. After years of bumpy roads, Michele Burdet is today a practitioner of ancient shamanic arts such as soul retrieval and is teaching apprentices to carry on the torch of what she likes to call "prehistoric psychotherapy.""

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