What Is Shamanism? A shaman can be defined as an earth-centered community guide and healer…
Author Michael Manville
A shaman can be defined as an earth-centered community guide and healer who travels between worlds to gather and transmit information that helps individuals and the community.
In slowing down to honor and learn from these sacred guides, we’re also engaging with some of the descendents of those who survived plagues and atrocities that nearly wiped out their ancestors… as they carry forward precious cultural and spiritual knowledge from time immemorial.
Shamanic and mystical practices that help you remember your integral place in the world can now become part of your everyday experience.
The Coronavirus pandemic and now the protests and anti-police movement has encouraged many of us to ask questions. Choose your answers wisely.
Elon Musk explained that given any rate of advancement, it would take less than 10,000 years to develop a “virtual reality” that is indistinguishable from “real reality”. How do we know we are not living in a virtual reality right now?
Fasting has been used throughout the ages to give the body a “rest”. During that rest period of no food, our body can start eliminating toxins, cleansing organs, and rejuvenating at the cellular level.
As we all grapple with the covid outbreak and try to figure out what it all means, there is clearly a lot of conflicting information circulating around. Amid all the confusion, don’t forget to think for yourself.
A mini-podcast describing the connection between time and inner peace.
Julian Polzin offers a good overview of what it means to “awaken” spiritually.