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.
In this episode Shaman Durek takes us an epic journey into the depths of our soul, calling in great spirits by drawing on his shamanic, ancestral wisdom to get to the root of human suffering to offer profound solutions of deep healing.
If you’ve ever wanted the power of ancient wisdom and modern mystical to help change your life, then do we have the Shaman’s Cave show for you! Today I’ll be talking with the creators of the new podcast The Shaman’s Cave, repeat guest Sandra Ingerman author of an all-time favorite book of...
Sandra Ingerman and Renee Baribeau lets our circle know after this week’s show we will be replaying 4 really wonderful shows that will inspire you to keep your shamanic practices and ceremonies going. The shows are some of our best and are rich with ideas and experiences.
Michael Harner, Founder of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies Over tens of thousands of years, our ancient ancestors all over the world discovered how to maximize human abilities of mind and spirit for healing and problem-solving.
Reciprocity is one of the most important teachings in shamanism. When we reciprocate with nature blesses us in return. In this show Renee Baribeau and Sandra Ingerman will talk about how important sacred reciprocity is to establish balance and in our personal lives and on the planet.