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Shamanic Journeying

Note: This book includes a music sampler CD, which is not available with the digital ebook edition.

Shamanic journeying is the inner art of traveling to the invisible worlds beyond ordinary reality to retrieve information for change in every area of our lives from spirituality and health to work and relationships. With Shamanic Journeying, readers join world-renowned teacher Sandra Ingerman to learn the core teachings of this ancient practice and apply these skills in their own journey.

Note: This book includes a music sampler CD, which is not available with the digital ebook edition.

Shamanic journeying is the inner art of traveling to the invisible worlds beyond ordinary reality to retrieve information for change in every area of our lives from spirituality and health to work and relationships. With Shamanic Journeying, readers join world-renowned teacher Sandra Ingerman to learn the core teachings of this ancient practice and apply these skills in their own journey.

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  1. Gerry Starnes says

    Excellent Overview for Beginners Sandra’s latest of several publications addressing the practical aspects of contemporary shamanism provides an excellent, clearly described overview of the shamanic journey and is a great introduction to the process for beginners. As a teacher/facilitator of journeying, I found it also a worthwhile read as a way of getting back in touch with the basics of the practice with new approaches to telling the story of journeying and answering common questions and concerns. At 78 pages, it can be read and absorbed quickly, and the included CD is a great asset to putting the journey process to practice immediately.

  2. Massimo Maddaloni "Maddmax1" says

    Not bad. Sandra Ingerman embraces Harner’s shamanic idea of a lower, middle and upper world (not a surprise for she is one of Harner’s students). I have no problem with that. However this book could be entitled “Shamanism: over-simplification made easy”. It may be used to explain shamanism to 5th graders. If this is what you want, the book is good. For beginners I strongly recommend Cowan’s “Shamanism: As a Spiritual Practice for Daily Life”. It’s a vastly more complete, yet simple.

  3. A Reader with Gratitude and Appreciation says

    Simple and Great Overview of Shamanic Journeying This book is very simple to read and to understand for beginners of Shamanic Journeying. I still believe one book won’t explain all in this topic. However, it is a great start and it is like a children book. I thought the CD is exceptionally helpful for the sake of journeying. I had a great opportunity doing real-life shamanic journeying with a Shaman in town where he would play the drum and ask us to lay down, relax and journey. The drum beats in the CD are pretty similar to my real-life experience… though I would still prefer the real-life druming if given an opportunity.Journeying is a great way to tap into our subconsious mind receiving answers of life through communication to spirit guides. I don’t think one will see the benefit immediately after one journeying. But over time, and over the aid of a loving and compassionate therapist (and/or supportive friends and family) who has knowledge about mindfulness and Shamanism, one can be gain benefits around dealing with Chronic and emotional pain.

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