Shamanism Without Borders
Shamans throughout time have used special techniques and principles to tend to trauma and disasters. Shamanism Without Borders (SWB) began as a guidebook, written by the Society of Shamanic Practice, detailing a cross-cultural method for tending to these incidents. Since then the book has become a supportive tool for a global network of shamanic practitioners and community leaders who provide rapid response to natural disasters, acts of terrorism, war, pollution, and anything that causes disruption and suffering to humanity, to the animal and plant life, and the earth’s delicate bio-system.
If you are interested in participating, we recommend you join the Shamanism Without Borders Facebook Group where you can learn about virtual and in-person events as they emerge. We also invite you to participate in the following training.
Open Source Leadership Training
We invite anyone who feels called to assist and support in Shamanism Without Borders to participate in our open source leadership training. We ask that you listen to the following audio training and, if you are able, purchase our guidebook, Shamanism Without Borders: A Guide to Shamanic Tending for Trauma and Disasters (proceeds support administrative costs for this program). You can get a preview of the guidebook here, in an article written by one of the book’s authors: Healing at the Scene of an Accident by Jose Stevens.
Introduction to Shamanism Without Borders
5 Practices for Tending of People, Places & Events
An Example of SHamanism without borders in action
Once you have completed this 3 step training, please join our Shamanism Without Borders Facebook Group and begin posting your events. Remember, the idea is to provide rapid response, so be spontaneous and create events when you are inspired and feel called to be of service. Feel free to contact us with your questions.
Many blessings and thank you for your participation!