Shamanic Spirit

Shamanic Spirit

A Practical Guide to Personal Fulfillment

A guide to self-realization and reattunement with nature that utilizes the ancient shamanic wisdom of cultures from around the world

• Focuses on the development of grounded spirituality based on the connections indigenous traditions have with nature

• Contains 33 hands-on experiential exercises and 50 shamanic meditations

• Includes a 60-minute CD of shamanic drumming to induce meditative states of deeper awareness

• Written by the author of Earth Medicine and Shamanic Experience

Those of us who live in the so-called “advanced” modern world have been educated to use our minds and encouraged to satisfy our physical needs. But in so doing, we have become isolated from the very essence of our existence as individuals--our own spirit. In Shamanic Spirit Kenneth Meadows introduces Shamanics, his spiritual science of living, which recognizes the primacy of the spirit and acknowledges that spirit is inherent in all living beings and life forms. Shamanics is a practical way of becoming aware of our multi-dimensional reality and using that awareness to cultivate and refine the spirit within.

Using the symbolic structure of the Medicine Wheel--which helps us establish a sense of direction, extend perception, and examine relationships--Meadows presents 33 hands-on experiential exercises that help readers discover the truth about themselves. His approach also draws upon and integrates universal shamanic concepts from such regions as the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, India, China, and Polynesia to show readers how to release their dormant potentials, generate creativity, and meet the challenges of their lives with confidence and self-assurance.
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  • Bear & Company | 
  • 256 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781591430315 | 
  • April 2004
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Chapter Four
The Reality of the Mind

The Shaman’s Cosmos
Since prehistory, shamans have perceived Reality as functioning on three, or possibly four, levels. A tree was often used as a symbolic aid to an understanding of different states of being and other dimensions of existence. Materialistic science accepts that trees serve as protectors of the environment and that without them the atmosphere would be contaminated with an excess of carbon dioxide. In ancient times, trees were regarded also as symbolic “guardians” of levels of being. This was because, in the transition from ordinary to non-ordinary... see more

About the Author

Kenneth Meadows

Kenneth Meadows (1925-2002) is internationally respected for his work in adapting shamanic wisdom to a contemporary context. He was the author of a number of bestselling books, including Earth Medicine, The Medicine Way, Rune Power, and Where Eagles Fly, and was founder of the Faculty of Shamanics.




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