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Shamans & Shame-ons

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Shamans & Shame-ons

by Al Carroll
Intro: Shamanism as a term used by anthropologists means any tribal or earth-based religion, or any that are not part of the world’s “major” religions.

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Late one evening I wander into James beach bar in Maglaralto, Ecuador. Out of the blue my old San Francisco crony, John, says “You’re interested in Shamans. 147 more words


debbiep178 reblogged this on Deborah's Great Expectations and commented:

This is a reblog of a post by my friend Jeffery about Shamans from Bolivia. Jeffery is one of the most interesting people I have ever had the pleasure to meet. Check out his blog for more cool posts.


Blissful samadhi of thoughtless thought, I am your vehicle.

You flow through me like wine

Golden breath that rises, flamelike, from the surface of being. 264 more words

Free Write

In Whose Skin


help me find
the flesh and bones
from which I was torn
when the earth was younger;
forgive me for losing my way… 139 more words



This post is a short summary of what I’ve so far learned as a novelist incorporating the use of crystals in my books. I have more to learn about the subject, but I thought it would be interesting to share my explorations. 1,194 more words

Behind The Stories: Inspirations And Encounters

Day 322: Definition of insanity

Ok, so last night’s class went off without a hitch.  It felt like teaching on Saturday did.  I felt comfortable…confident…in my zone.

To top it off, today I got a lovely review of my Saturday class from Megan H.  460 more words


Day 320: Feeling the full range of (e)motions

If I had to sum put in one sentence the value of going to my shamans, I’d say “They’ve helped me to learn how to witness.”  Let me explain because there’s actually a lot going on in that sentence. 657 more words