Beginning Monday, July 27th, 2020, 12 Mongolian Shamans gathered with over 900 live webinar attendees from around the world to open a 14-day Ceremony aimed at clearing COVID-19 from the USA. A heartfelt thank you to Bachi, the shamans, allies, families and communities...
Society for Shamanic Practice
Society for Shamanic Practice
Dear Shamanic Community, The shamanic path teaches us responsibility to the collective dream we live within. It calls us to recognize our part in creating injustices in our communities, to take action to make amends, and to participate in creating a new and better way...
The Society for Shamanic Practice asked a few "Shamanic Elders”—those who have walked the path for some time—to share their thoughts on things they wished they had learned earlier on the path. In no particular order, here is some "advice from elders." Laurie Schmidt:...
MICHAEL HARNER 1929-2018 Michael Harner began his personal journey into shamanism in 1956-57 working as an anthropologist among the Shuar (Jívaro) and Conibo peoples of the Amazon. In time he became recognized as a shaman by many indigenous people in North and South...
In Loving Memory Bonnie became SSP's first executive director when the organization was founded as the Society for Shamanic Practitioners. If not for her organizational skills and passion, we as a society would not exist. We are sad to announce that Bonnie Horrigan...
An informative panel discussion about the importance in seeing death as an ally, how death is viewed globally, ways to recognize death energy and how to release it....
What is the difference between a shaman, a shamanic practitioner and someone walking a shamanic path? When is it appropriate to claim the title of shaman vs shamanic practitioner? Through these questions this audio explores how we can authentically integrate shamanic...
This audio is a dialogue between Genie Hobbs and Megan Theoret on the concept of making a 'Bid for Power'. https://cdn1.shamanicpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/30150212/Bids-for-Power.mp3
Tom Cowan, Jane Burns and Jaime Meyer discuss what drew them to Celtic Shamanism. Each shares some of their favorite Celtic practices and how they integrate these practices into their daily lives. Together they discuss how Celtic traditions are relevant to our times,...
An SSP Community Call led by Board Members Genie Hobbs and Jaime Meyer. https://cdn1.shamanicpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/24174102/Support-for-the-Donald-Doldrums.mp3
Shamanism Without Borders Community Call with Genie Hobbs and Jaime Meyer, January 2017 https://cdn1.shamanicpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/24173248/Integrating-New-Energy-from-the-Womens-March.mp3
ON APPROPRIATION BY LEWIS MEHL-MADRONA Wondering about this question leads me to wonder if anyone can own healing? All cultures have developed methods for healing, and cultures throughout the ages have freely borrowed from their neighbors. Personally, I do not use...
Shamanism Without Borders Community Call with Jose and Lena Stevens and Genie Hobbs. https://cdn1.shamanicpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/30145840/Support-for-Standing-Rock.mp3
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