Shamanism

What is Shamanism?

The word “shaman” originated in Siberia as a term to describe a spiritual healer. A shaman is someone who accesses the unseen realms to get information and healing for themselves and others. The practice of shamanism is very widespread, with remarkable similarities between the practices of people as far apart as South AmericaCentral Europe and Australia. If we go far enough back, all our ancestors used shamanic practices. The Celts and Druids could be described as using shamanic practices.

Shamanism is a way of connecting with the spiritual realms in order to gain spiritual guidance and healing and to honour the Source of Creation. It is a spiritual practice which brings us closer to Nature and to the natural laws of the universe. It teaches us about the cycles of the seasons, the stars and the planets, and it teaches us about our place and purpose in this Universe.

Shamanism is a path to wisdom, not through intellectual rationalising, but through inner experience.

What is Shamanic Journeying?

The process of shamanic journeying is a very simple, yet extremely powerful technique which is practiced in one form or another by shamans all over the world.  In the technique of shamanic journeying, we use the rhythm of a drum to enter an altered state of consciousness, something like meditation, but perhaps a little deeper.  Then we can go on an inner journey, to unlock sacred knowledge from deep within our soul. Journeying allows us to connect with the invisible realms, the spirit world or the universal consciousness – whichever term feels right for you.

Journeying is a way of finding answers to personal problems, getting healing, discovering information and wisdom that can facilitate our personal growth and development, and a way of meeting with our guides – our Power Animals and Spirit Teachers.

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