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Evelyn Rysdyk



Evelyn Rysdyk is an American teacher and student of shamanism, a shamanic healer, and an author who supports people in remembering their sacred place in All That Is. She offers courses in shamanic journeying and related subjects.

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Spirit Walking: A Course in Shamanic Power

In Spirit Walking, shamanic practitioner Evelyn Rysdyk shows how we can all connect with the spirit world to find balance and healing.

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The Norse Shaman: Ancient Spiritual Practices of the Northern Tradition

Reconstructing the shamanic practices of the hunter-gatherers of Scandinavia, Evelyn Rysdyk explores the evolution of Norse shamanism from its earliest female roots to the pre-Christian Viking Age.

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Norse Shamanic Practices Q&A with Evelyn Rysdyk

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The Nepalese Shamanic Path: Practices for Negotiating the Spirit World

There are few areas of our world where shamanic traditions have been preserved in their original context and form. Nepal is one of these rare and special places.

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The Nepalese Shamanic Path

An excerpt from The Nepalese Shamanic Path by Evelyn C. Rysdyk with Bhola Nath Banstola (Part 1: Awakening. Chapter 1: Everything Has a Beginning).

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Embodying Sacred Feminine LIVE Q&A with Evelyn Rysdyk, Oct. 8 2020

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Shamanic Creativity: Free the Imagination with Rituals, Energy Work, and Spirit Journeying

In this step-by-step practical guide to enhancing creative energy, Evelyn Rysdyk explains how, from the shamanic perspective, creativity--or creative energy--is a life-giving force that frees the imagination, supports innovation, and awakens unique ways of thinking and feeling that can transform...

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A Spirit Walker's Guide to Shamanic Tools: How to Make and Use Drums, Masks, Rattles, and Other Sacred Implements

Navaho traditional healers bring rattles, corn pollen, eagle feathers, and sage smoke together with songs and dances to affect healing. Ulchi shamans use drums, rattles, and larch tree wands called gimsacha to work healing magic.

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Unwinding Prejudice

While many of us would like to believe we live in a "post-prejudicial‚" society, we're simply not there. Tribalism is on the rise and our traditional power structures reenforce inequality. Through our exposure to this system, we internalize implicit biases that influence our choices and actions.

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Norse Shamanic Practices to Restore Emotional and Physical Wellbeing

Experience the restorative creative energies of the Cosmos — accessed by shamans and alive in mythical goddesses — to overcome obstacles and create balance within and around you.

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