Shamanic Journeying

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Shamanic Journeying
Shamanic Journeying

The shamanic journey is a practice common to all indigenous societies throughout history. By listening to a drumbeat or other rhythmic percussion, the shaman enters “non-ordinary” reality, an altered state of consciousness beyond time and space to access spiritual guidance and healing, assist others and the planet, and reconnect with the cycles of nature. Shamanic Journeying offers readers an interactive learning experience to discover how to journey just as traditional shamans have for centuries. With the instruction in this book and the accompanying CD, internationally respected teacher Sandra Ingerman illuminates: The original role of the shaman in indigenous cultures. How to meet and work with your “power animals” and other spirit guides. How to navigate the Lower World, Upper World, and Middle World, the three divisions of unseen reality. The keys to successful journeying in our modern culture.

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About the Author

Sandra Ingerman is a licensed therapist and shamanic practitioner who teaches workshops on shamanism and reversing environmental pollution around the world. Widely acclaimed for bringing together ancient healing practices and modern culture, her books include How to Heal Toxic Thoughts (Sterling, 2007), Soul Retrieval (HarperOne, 2006), Medicine for the Earth (Three Rivers, 2001), and more. She resides in New Mexico.

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