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Discover the true nature of the inner workings of shamanism and how you can use them on your spiritual path, when you read The Truth About Shamanism by Amber Wolfe.Shamanism is an ancient system of spirituality that dates from the earliest beginningsMoreDiscover the true nature of the inner workings of shamanism and how you can use them on your spiritual path, when you read The Truth About Shamanism by Amber Wolfe.Shamanism is an ancient system of spirituality that dates from the earliest beginnings of humanity. Its recent popularity may be due to its deep reverence for all life, and its ability to help you discover answers for a troubled world.You may be Christian, Wiccan, Jewish, Buddhist, Taoist, or Hindu and enter into shamanism. As long as you are connected to and in balance with the energies of Nature, you are on the shamanic path.The Truth About Shamanism is designed to give you the basic ideas and techniques of shamanism so you can determine if this ancient wisdom should become part of your spiritual system. This book includes vital information on:Lakota wisdomPower objectsHow to do a power object ceremonyAltered states of consciousnessShamanic healingSpirit walksHarmony with the universeMethods for entering the shamanic worldsDivination through elements in natureIf you are interested in discovering what shamanism really is, The Truth About Shamanism is the ideal place to begin. Not only will you discover the root ideas of shamanism, youll learn enough to lead you further in the shamanic path if that is your desire.Shamanism is not just a way of thinking and acting-it is a way of life, a way of living in harmony with everything around you. The shamans path is truly the path of the Self, and you can learn to walk that path when you get The Truth About Shamanism.Author Biography: Amber Wolfe is a master-level educator and psychotherapist in private practice. She follows an American Shamanic path, using the wisdoms found in the Celtic forms of Craft, Church, and myth that are her heritage. She also honors the sacred teachings of Native American medicine elders who have shared their knowledge of the nature of this land.Amber Wolfe calls herself a Ban Drui, a term that has several meanings. Among them are Wise Woman, Druidess, White Oak Woman, and (as described by William Butler Yeats) a Faerie Doctor. These titles represent her style as a writer, teacher, and therapist, whose work emphasizes the magick qualities of self-transformation and personal evolution.