Shaman Wisdom Cards
Inspired by North American Indian tradition, legend, life, lore, and religion. Readers may use the 65 cards in this deck to develop their own medicine and power on the journey through the physical and emotional worlds.
The Shaman s Oracle
This innovative oracle connects us directly to the wisdom of our prehistoric ancestors. Modern-day shaman John Matthews and shamanic artist Wil Kinghan have created a special deck of 52 cards inspired by cave art, and their unique system can help us find answers to life's most vital questions. The cards represent five archetypes—Spirits, Ancestors, Hunters, Dancers, and Shamans—each linked to a different aspect of human experience. The evocative images touch on ancestral memories and subconscious forces that influence us at the deepest level of being.
Wisdom of the Four Winds
Wisdom of the Four Winds is a unique boxed set consisting of a comprehensive guidebook by Barry Brailsford with explanatory text and readings, accompanied by 50 shamanic wisdom cards. The wisdom cards are a vehicle, not a destination. They help you access your inner strengths by offering insight and hope. They bring clarity and inspiration to your journey, your healing, your potential, your power, your promise and above all else -- your truth.
EARTH MAGIC In this fascinating book, Dr. Steven Farmer offers a unique synthesis of ancient shamanic practices and philosophies that have proven over millennia to help heal the spiritual causes of physical and emotional illnesses, augment personal power, enhance manifestation abilities, and encourage a balanced and harmonious relationship with our Earth. Although the foundation for Earth Magic is universal shamanic wisdom, it's not necessary to have an interest in shamanism to benefit from its contents, as it expands beyond this topic to incorporate processes that are useful for all those with the sincere intention to heal themselves, others, and the planet.
A revised and expanded edition of a best-selling divination system, based on ancient Native American traditions, uses fifty-two power animals to help heal the body, mind, and spirit, featuring beautifully designed cards and an informative handbook. 75,000 first printing.
Lessons in Courage
Presents step-by-step instructions on Peruvian shamanic spiritual practices.
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In books such as Mystics and Messiahs, Hidden Gospels, and The Next Christendom, Philip Jenkins has established himself as a leading commentator on religion and society. Now, in Dream Catchers, Jenkins offers a brilliant account of the changing mainstream attitudes towards Native American spirituality, once seen as degraded spectacle, now hailed as New Age salvation. Jenkins charts this remarkable change by highlighting the complex history of white American attitudes towards Native religions, considering everything from the 19th-century American obsession with "Hebrew Indians" and Lost Tribes, to the early 20th-century cult of the Maya as bearers of the wisdom of ancient Atlantis. He looks at the popularity of the Carlos Castaneda books, the writings of Lynn Andrews and Frank Waters, and explores New Age paraphernalia including dream-catchers, crystals, medicine bags, and Native-themed Tarot cards. He also examines the controversial New Age appropriation of Native sacred places and notes that many "white indians" see mainstream society as religiously empty. An engrossing account of our changing attitudes towards Native spirituality, Dream Catchers offers a fascinating introduction to one of the more interesting aspects of contemporary American religion.
Shamanic Wisdom in the Pyramid Texts
A radical reinterpretation of the Pyramid Texts as shamanic mystical wisdom rather than funerary rituals • Reveals the mystical nature of Egyptian civilization denied by orthodox Egyptologists • Examines the similarity between the pharaoh’s afterlife voyage and shamanic journeying • Shows shamanism to be the foundation of the Egyptian mystical tradition To the Greek philosophers and other peoples of the ancient world, Egypt was regarded as the home of a profound mystical wisdom. While there are many today who still share that view, the consensus of most Egyptologists is that no evidence exists that Egypt possessed any mystical tradition whatsoever. Jeremy Naydler’s radical reinterpretation of the Pyramid Texts--the earliest body of religious literature to have survived from ancient Egypt--places these documents into the ritual context in which they belong. Until now, the Pyramid Texts have been viewed primarily as royal funerary texts that were used in the liturgy of the dead pharaoh or to aid him in his afterlife journey. This emphasis on funerary interpretation has served only to externalize what were actually experiences of the living, not the dead, king. In order to understand the character and significance of the extreme psychological states the pharaoh experienced--states often involving perilous encounters with alternate realities--we need to approach them as spiritual and religious phenomena that reveal the extraordinary possibilities of human consciousness. It is the shamanic spiritual tradition, argues Naydler, that is the undercurrent of the Pyramid Texts and that holds the key to understanding both the true nature of these experiences and the basis of ancient Egyptian mysticism.
Wisdom from the Four Agreements
This Charming Petite* volume excerpts the bestselling original book in a concise and readable way, presenting "The Four Agreements: " Be impeccable with your word; Don't take anything personally; Don't make assumptions; and Always do your best.