5. You make messes that you don’t pick up. Dirty dishes, laundry everywhere, the trash smells, you could dust occasionally too. The inside of the house that you live in is the spirit’s body. Just like there is bacteria that lives in our gut, you live on the insides of the house, but you make …
I’m very excited to announce that I am going give a talk at Soulfood Coffeehouse in Redmond.
The talk will be about: “what is Shamanism?” A good basic idea of the primary principles of shamanism to build an understanding of this ancient and wildly varied practice. Even if you have completed the basics of shamanism class, this can be a really good refresher, or a good talk to bring other people to. Spread the word! I hope to see you all there!
There are a lot of people talking about shamanism these days, but what is it exactly? What are the core principles behind the idea, and is it something that people in the modern world today can practice? Let us start with the terminology. Where did the term shamanism come from?