Neoshamanism refers to contemporary practices that are inspired by or blend traditions and techniques from a variety of traditional Indigenous shamanistic practices. Some practitioners of neoshamanism have trained in a specific tradition but share their wisdom to a broader audience outside of the tradition’s original context. Shamanism itself is a religious practice of interacting with the spirit world for the purpose of directing spiritual energies to the physical world. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Speaking with Nature: Awakening to the Deep Wisdom of the Earth

Shamanic teachers Sandra Ingerman and Llyn Roberts explain how anyone can access the spirit of nature through animals, plants, trees, or insects, or through other nature beings such as Mist or Sand.

Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct Revelation

Today, practicing shamanism doesn’t mean you have to live in a rain forest or a desert. Thanks to a modern renaissance of shamanic spirituality, practitioners from all walks of life now use powerful indigenous techniques for healing, insight, and spiritual growth.

Shapeshifting into Higher Consciousness: Heal and Transform Yourself and Our World with Ancient Shamanic and Modern Methods

Combining shamanism, spirituality, ecology and activism, Llyn Roberts shares her years of experience with indigenous healers who come from cultures that know how to shapeshift realities.

Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner

Scott Cunningham's classic introduction to Wicca is about how to live life magically, spiritually, and wholly attuned with nature.


Shamanic Healing