- Tapa blanda: 238 páginas
- Editor: Weiser Books (1 de mayo de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1578634431
- ISBN-13: 978-1578634439
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Seeing in the Dark: Claim Your Own Shamanic Power Now and in the Coming Age (Inglés) Tapa blanda – may 2009
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"Seeing in the Dark is a wonderful gateway to shamanic practice. Packed with wonderful exercises and journey suggestions, Deatsman and Bowersox gently guide readers to find insight and healing through spirit connections and energy work." --Kristin Madden, author of Magick, Mystery, and Medicine, The Book of Shamanic Healing, and Shamanic Guide to Death and Dying
"Shamanism is many things to many people--at its core it is an ancient spiritual tradition dedicated to becoming fully human. Through partnership with the compassionate spirits, shamanic practitioners bring blessings of balance and healing to our world. In Seeing in the Dark, Colleen and Paul offer us their inspired, multi-faceted perspective, helping to make this powerful tradition more readily available at a time when our need for it has never been greater." --Nan Moss and David Corbin, authors of Weather Shamanism: Harmonizing Our Connection with the Elements
Seeing in the Dark reveals shamanic ritual in terms of its practical application to the process of unfolding individual and collective consciousness, making it a ground-breaking work of startling authenticity. This book is a necessity for those who wish to understand how personal reality can be shaped by one's beliefs and how the fate of individuals and nations can be shifted by the focused intent of inwardly directed individuals. Seeing in the Dark is ideal for those seeking a practical application of material garnered from readings in comparative religious studies, folklore, and mythology but were left looking for the next step--here it is. Take it if you dare. --Mark Stavish, Director of Studies, Institute for Hermetic Studies and author of Between the Gates: Lucid Dreaming, Astral Projection and the Body of Light in Western Esotericism
"Seeing in the Dark is the kind of book that offers newcomers to shamanism a safe and sensible program and also reminds experienced practitioners why they fell in love with shamanism in the first place. The authors carefully guide readers through the many aspects of the shamanic life and offer practical suggestions for journeys, ceremonies, and personal healing. This book will become a comforting and reliable companion for those on the shaman's path." --Tom Cowan, author of Shamanism: A Spiritual Practice for Daily Life and Fire in the Head
"Colleen Deatsman and Paul Bowersox draw on their diverse spiritual training and personal experience to craft a book that gives readers tools with which to traverse the turmoils of everyday life, economic downturns, and personal struggles. This is the sort of "engaged shamanism" that can light up the dark." --Larry G. Peters Ph.D., anthropologist, licensed psychotherapist, and author (leads groups to Nepal to study Tibetan shamanism)
"A shaman is never truly alone. Instead, there is an unwavering belief that loving companions are always traveling with us. Feeling this fills us with boundless joy and deep gratitude for our life and our beautiful planet. Seeing in the Dark is both a step-by-step guide to developing powerful kinships with the spirits who surround us and to nurturing a clearer understanding of our place in the Universe." --Evelyn C. Rysdyk, Shamanic teacher and healer, author of Modern Shamanic Living, and on the editorial board of The Journal of Shamanic Practice
"Seeing in the Dark unveils the mysteries of shamanism in a clear, well-written book. It teaches and demystifies the journeys of the shaman and gives many suggestions for continued success. Deatsman and Bowersox tell you that you can do this and then show you how! An essential guide for learning to practice shamanism and the experienced practitioner will find more wonders to explore. Shamanism explores the world of the soul in trance, guided by the drum, the rattle, and our own power. The world of the soul often seems too mystical for us to travel, and yet we know the mysteries are there, hidden just beyond our view. Colleen Deatsman and Paul Bowersox dispel those myths in Seeing in the Dark, a book that shines a light to guide us into the pathways of wonder, the world of the soul. This well-written book teaches the student how to begin and then guides the experienced practitioner on ways to continue. Every reader will deepen their understanding of their own soul and the spiritual worlds of mystery." --Gail Wood, co-author of Shamanic Witch and author of Sisters of the Dark Moon
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This guide shows readers how to hone their energy perception and reception skills to discover the world of the Spirits.Ver Descripción del producto
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--Evelyn C. Rysdyk, Shamanic teacher and healer, author of Spirit Walking: A Course in Shamanic Power, and contributor to Spirited Medicine: Shamanism in Contemporary Healthcare.
in a very short amount of time I learned a lot about myself and already believe that journeying needs to be a part of my everyday life.
I think the book has to, but I found some of the apparent assumptions about a person's progress regarding unprogramming a little annoying. However, it wasn't bad, and it is necessary since there's no way to know who many read the book.
The stories at the beginning of each chapter were odd since they weren't sent from the first person which I felt would have been more powerful. I did like how they illustrated something that came later in the chapter.
If you're new to shamanism and looking for a good resource, this book is it. I do have plans to read others though.
From taking that leap, the rest is history. My shamanic practice has changed my life, and I'm only six months in as of the time of this review. I am so excited to continue and see what adventures lie ahead! In my exuberance, I often talk to friends and family about my practice. It can be hard to really explain what shamanism is (and isn't). A title I have found a huge help is Colleen's The Hollow Bone: A Field Guide to Shamanism.
Overall this book contains many "gems" of wisdom, and maybe an epiphany, for there is a lesson here for even the most wise among us, and it lays out a very practical path to follow, to help guide you along your journey. PEACE, and may your path be beautiful for you!