Shamanic Wisdom keepers are concerned with the health of the planet and its many
species of inhabitants.
As a spiritual practice, it incorporates rituals and ceremonial activities. What is
important to practicing shamanism is the commitment to pursue a spiritual path and
walk it faithfully, incorporating some elements of it into one's life on a regular, if not
daily basis. Shamanism offers a wellspring of inner wisdom, mystical enlightenments
Shamanic Wisdom is a blend of ancient wisdom, a spiritual path known throughout time
and throughout all indigenous peoples of the world. Shamanic Wisdom Keepers honor
the ancient traditions as we engage in Drumming With Spirit, shamanic Journeying,
Powers of the Medicine Wheel, Ceremonies and rituals that enrich our sense of
spirituality, restoring balance and harmony to ourselves, our communities and our
planet as a whole.
There are many similar shamanic teachings and pathways to knowledge, whether a
Native American medicine person, a Central American curandero, an Amazonian
ayahuasquero, an Inca-Qero paco, or a Saami noaidi, many of the basic practices,
techniques and beliefs which constitute shamanism are remarkably similar. Shamans
are fundamentally teachers, healers, and guides for their communities. They use
altered states of consciousness to effect healing and to journey between the world of
matter and the world of spirit.
Shamanic Wisdom continues to grow, meeting the needs we face in this current time
and space. Spirit continues to gift us with meaningful ceremonies and events for
caring and healing of our peoples of the earth and our environment world wide.
Shamanism in your everyday life requires honoring and living in a sacred way. The
time we are living in requires that we come into right relationship with creation and the
Mystery if we and our planet is to survive.
Shamanic Wisdom Keepers events are available to both men and women.
Event Dates to be announced. For event notices Contact Lee
A human being is part of the whole called by us, the universe, a part limited in
time and space. We experience ourselves, our thoughts and feelings as something
separate from the rest. A kind of optical delusion of consciousness. This delusion
is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for
a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from the prison by
widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of
nature in its beauty...We shall require, a substantially new manner of thinking if
mankind is to survive.
- Albert Einstein