Ancestral Medicine Women

Category - Shaman

Shamanic work is the old old ways of knowing hidden stuff to bring about healing, to know where to hunt, even finding ways to avoid conflict. All indigenous cultures have a Shaman. There are some cultures in Africa where 50% of the village has access to shamanic abilities. So we deduct they are not rare, rather just hidden…

Why embrace or talk with your Ancestors?

~ by Shaman: Mother Sha-Riah Image source: unknown. Edited transcript of this audio recording: There are many cultures around the world that have spiritual beliefs where ancestors are...

Journey Work questions: Shaman

A question in our Shaman Circle today was…. “How frequent can I journey a day?” Our teacher responded: “A journey can take up to two weeks: 1) clarify your...

Tools of the Shaman

An easy to grasp overview of the common tools used by shamans world-wide, which you can adopt more consciously into your journey work. Thanks to Mother Sha-Riah and the shaman...

Shaman: You are on your own…

To be shaman is not just about relying on structures and traditions, it is about taking these and experiencing them in your own way. It is your belief system that creates your experiences...

How does Shamanism relate to Wicca?

This is ideal learner material, for those thirsty for knowledge in these areas. Caroline and Brad don’t practise Wicca, but we wanted a perspective on this, in relation to the...

Can you hear the call of the Shaman?

Audio Video, yet to be transcribed.   Mother Sha-Riah (Shaman in her day) is channeled here, and she addresses the  idea of how Shamanic knowledge is in the human DNA, and how human...

Are you Shaman?

Are you a Shaman? Does that go against what tradition would make you think is possible? Mother Sha-Riah is talks about her perspective of Shamanic life, the evolution of the tradtion, the...