Posted by: White Cranes | October 11, 2009

More Details on How to Experience Land Spirits

Shamans work with *local* spirits, so learning to experience the land spirits where you are is basic to shamanic work.
This week I wrote a couple of Houston Shamanism Examiner posts on how to do that. You can find them here:
Also listed there are previous columns, some of which you may find helpful.
There is also an up-to-date list of shamanism books and CDs in the right-hand column. (Scroll down to see it.)
Below that is a short list of highly recommended shamanism-related sites (with links).
Best Wishes
Kathleen
aka White Cranes
Organizer, Houston Shamanism Meetup
http://www.tengsha.com   (using sound for healing)

treesShamans work with *local* spirits, so learning to experience the land spirits where you are is basic to shamanic work.

I have been corresponding with a reader of my Houston Shamanism Examiner column. He has some great questions that are pushing me to explain more clearly how to do things. Thanks, Russell!

This week I wrote two posts on how to do experience the local land spirits. You can find them here:

http://www.examiner.com/x-16972-Houston-Shamanism-Examiner

Also listed there are previous columns, some of which you may find helpful.

There is also an up-to-date list of shamanism books and CDs in the right-hand column. (Scroll down to see it.)

Below that is a short list of highly recommended shamanism-related sites (with links).

Best Wishes

Kathleen
aka White Cranes
Organizer, Houston Shamanism Meetup
http://www.meetup.com/HoustonShamanism

http://www.shamanista.com

http://www.tengsha.com (using sound for healing)

http://shamanista.blogspot.com

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