Expanding the Unique Self

by Audio, New to Shamanism

Whether new to the path or experienced, Eva Black Tail Swan talks with Dr. Steven Farmer about the importance of expanding the unique self through support and the willingness to receive. As equals we stand carrying our own unique medicine, contributing to the way the world is today and into the future.

Expanding the Unique Self

Interview with Dr. Steven Farmer & Eva Black Tail Swan

About Eva Black Tail Swan

Colorado-based Eva Black Tail Swan is a Cherokee medicine elder, shaman, spiritual teacher and profoundly gifted intuitive. As a young child, Eva was called to work as a voice for Creator. Although her faith in and devotion to Creator had always been forefront and strong, in the early 1980’s she experienced a very personal, difficult transformation and has since walked a continuous path of spiritual growth and enlightenment that includes sharing her spiritual journey with others. For more information visit www.blacktailswan.net

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