Journey West on the Celtic Medicine Wheel

by Apr 18, 2018

This audio takes you on an extended journey into the direction West on the Celtic medicine wheel. You explore the mythic qualities of the West, learn a healing song in Gaelic and you’re offered a shamanic drum journey to the West for cleansing.

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Jaime Meyer

Jaime Meyer

Jaime Meyer is a shamanic practitioner living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His background includes earning a Masters’ Degree in Theology and the Arts from United Seminary of the Twin Cities (1998) and studies with a variety of shamanic teachers since 1983. His book Drumming The Soul Awake is an often funny and touching account of his journey to become an urban shamanic healer. Among others, he has studied with Jose and Lena Stevens, Ailo Gaup, Martin Prechtel and Sandra Ingerman. He completed a two-year Celtic shamanism training with Tom Cowan.
Jaime Meyer is a shamanic practitioner living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His background includes earning a Masters’ Degree in Theology and the Arts from United Seminary of the Twin Cities (1998) and studies with a variety of shamanic teachers since 1983. His book Drumming The Soul Awake is an often funny and touching account of his journey to become an urban shamanic healer. Among others, he has studied with Jose and Lena Stevens, Ailo Gaup, Martin Prechtel and Sandra Ingerman. He completed a two-year Celtic shamanism training with Tom Cowan.
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