I don’t actually self identify as a shamanic practitioner but I do use shamanic tools and tech in my practice as a spirit worker. My principal areas of work are environmental and cultural. With a particular emphasis on exploring the roots of the Northern European peoples ancestral trauma and disconnection from the other than human world and the ongoing repercussions of that around the world. I have a deep love of what’s known as folk religion, spirituality and magic from all around the world. The long term study of that informs my work. I try to help out where I can to bring about a world where all beings may thrive.
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