Shamanism & Mysticism
In these rites, the shaman calls in the energies to which each rite is targeted and the shaman calls in the spirits to help transmit seeds of those energies into the initiate's subtle field. The initiate then must walk a path that will grow those seeds, in order for them to shift our subtle architecture and awaken our intuitive abilities.
Posted: November 2nd, 2017 | Permalink
We are taught five concepts at the heart of the Inkan philosophy that are crucial to being healthy, balanced, and an “investor” in life, rather than a “consumer” of life: Kawsay, Munay, Yachay, Llanchay, and Ayni.
Posted: June 8th, 2016 | Permalink
In today's world, we have lost the connection to essential aspects of ourselves and the cosmic reality, but here's one exercise to begin awakening your intuitive senses.
Posted: June 9th, 2015 | Permalink
What makes a myth mythic? Despite the varied forms and functions of myth, it is my belief that a critical quality of myth is that it massages and soothes a core wound in the human psyche.
Posted: May 28th, 2013 | Permalink
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