New To Shamanism?

Shamanism is the world’s oldest spiritual tradition. It has been practiced by indigenous peoples around the world for centuries. While each indigenous culture has its own unique practices and stories connected to the people and place from which they emerge, many western scholars have noticed underlying similarities across cultures. 

Here we have compiled a collection of foundational resources for people new to shamanism. If you would like to learn more we encourage you to become a member and gain full access to our content library.

What You Should Know About Taking Ayahuasca

Ayahuasca: A Brief Helpful Manual Currently tens of thousands of people are exploring the visionary medicine known as ayahuasca, huasca, yaje, (and many other names) both in South America and around the world. Many seek the experience out of curiosity and sometimes...

Drumming for a Shamanic Journey

This month we offer a meditative drum journey. We hope it supports you with an ongoing resource for attending to any particular intention that may arise. You can always drum along, or use it in situations where you are unable to drum yourself.  Blessings on your...

Working with Pachamama, Mother Earth

A meditative exercise with drum and song to assist you in releasing any worries to the regenerative heart of Pachamama. This audio will support you in transforming these worries. It then leads you to call in energy and healing from Pachamama. In a higher frequency of...

How To Pray the Shaman’s Way

It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart. -Gandhi What is Prayer? Prayers are an intensely personal communication with what anyone might consider a higher source of power. For some this power source is a vague notion of something...

Want to learn more?

The Society for Shamanic Practice is a modern day organization that supports those who aspire to follow a shamanic path by providing information from experts in the field through professional journal articles, audios, monthly new moon ceremonies, and opportunities to participate and learn about shamanic practices through our community forum, and annual member events. Consider becoming a member if you are interested in joining our community and enriching your shamanic practice.

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