Shamanic Practioner training

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Shamanic Practitioner training with Sandra Ingerman


 Shamanism is not a religion, its the world's oldest spiritual path.

Traditionally, it is not typical for someone to volunteer for the role of shaman or to self–identify as a shaman. Rather, someone is chosen by "the spirits" to become a shaman and to act in the service of his or her community. In shamanic cultures, it is actually considered bad luck to call yourself a shaman, because this is seen as bragging, and the shamanic view about power is that if you brag about having it, you will lose it. Instead, your community recognizes you as a shaman based on the successful results that you achieve for the benefit of your clients and the greater community.  Sandra Ingerman



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Shamanic Practioner training

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Foundation for Shamanic Studies website 


(please note taking any classes or courses will not make you a Shaman)



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