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An online friend ([personal profile] moonvoice ) expressed the following thought in a blog written back in 2009: “I am mostly all about gratitude, and the gentle warmth that comes from knowing that if these spirits and gods, friends and family, choose to walk in my life, maybe they get something out of my existence, just as I very much get something out of theirs.” I love this sentiment. A spiritual practitioner is never completely solitary. There is assistance, and without this assistance the practitioner is not effective. The poem “No Myself” is on this thought.

No Myself
Poem for Day 84 – 20141216

I am connected to the world through my ally.
There is a relationship that I cannot defy.
No spirits, no myself.
Though in this world I am the only person,
to connect me to all is your purpose.

Neither of us exist in this juxtaposition:
these two apparent polarities of existence.
No humility, no myself.
To be the only one and also be all
is the place where magic does enthrall.

The potential of the world is expressed
in this place of honest respect and responsibility.
No connection, no myself.
With you I shall now learn and grow
and my service to the world will now flow.

In the end I am not a solitary soul.
I have more than just belief in a vague all.
No community, no myself.
The whole informs my path and holds my hand
as I serve the world and myself.

© 2014. Sean Green. All Rights Reserved.
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Dreams are lost to trauma of all types. The hardships can occur in earliest childhood forgotten. The result is a fragmenting of the soul into scattered pieces. The dream is no more, lost to the injury of the moment. This is not irrevocable, but it takes a special person to return a person’s dream.

Bring Back the Dream
Poem for Day 82 – 20141214

Bring me back the dream
of things that used to be.
Bring me the information
to reshape my foundation.

Speak to my power animal
seek nature's wisdom imparted.
See my pattern unfold
as my purpose becomes tangible.

Remove the negative,
extract those parts not needed.
They only hold me back
from my life's purpose succeeding.

So many fragments scattered
through trauma and drama alike.
Pick up the pieces for me
and return them to bring me peace.

Restore the balance,
seek my most precious thing.
Return to me my soul
through sacred parts conjoining.

Rattle the bonds closed.
Seal the returned pieces.
You made me whole again
so the dreamer may dream again.

© 2014. Sean Green. All Rights Reserved.
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The purpose of this series of blog entries is to review the concept of what consciousness is, how consciousness is altered, and how the shaman uses the shift.


Altered consciousness is the connection of conscious and subconscious. Interestingly, this connection itself can be subconscious and the results can box a person into victimhood relative to the world. The shamanic student or the student of life recognizes this and dissolves the boxes of the ego. They live in a growing state of awareness. In this awareness the world responds to their wishes. The synchronicity of the inner and outer working together in harmony is recognized. Power is aided by tools and knowledge that link worlds and energies. The tools and energies are not the destination, and outcome for the shaman is a topic for another paper. Be content with knowing that there is a process and the process is very flexible. The process of altered consciousness only asks for one thing: Believe.

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The purpose of this series of blog entries is to review the concept of what consciousness is, how consciousness is altered, and how the shaman uses the shift.

The Path to Altered Consciousness

If a state of altered consciousness is active when the subconscious and conscious minds are working together, how do we arrive that that state? The first step is very easy: believe that it is possible. Believe that information can come from unseen places. Believe in divination, channeling, spirit guides, omens, prophecies, time travel, astral projection, and all other manner of subconscious things. Believe in the magical and those things of the altered conscious. You will then see what you believe and the cycle will be upward instead of downward.

Belief is reinforced by tools that are part mundane and part real. The tarot is a good example. The cards are only pieces of card stock. However, they provide a tool to connect to the synchronicity of the universe. The cards provide a means of looking through the veil that separates worlds and energies. The printed card stock becomes a magical tool as it taps into the intuitive energies and archetypes that are ever present and waiting to be contacted.

Knowledge can do the same thing. Knowing color associations, names of angels, rituals of invocation, and so on, gives the user tools to connect to the altered consciousness. The shaman is taught a potentially complex system of beliefs which includes the knowledge and belief in the names of the helping spirits in the shamanic pantheon, the memory of certain texts (sermons, shaman-songs, legends and myths), the rules for activities (rituals, sacrifices, the techniques of ecstasy) and the objects, tools and paraphernalia used by shamans (drum, stick, bow, mirror, costumes, etc.). The expression of all of these elements are determined by the tribe/group that the shaman operates in. The student of shamanism will be exposed and taught according to the tribe/group they instructed through. We have our own metaphysical belief structures that are just as complex. While these are not are traditionally “shamanic”, they do have a tremendous power because they are OURS and they are there for us to use as we alter our consciousness.

Tools and knowledge are just parts of the path of altered consciousness. They should not be thought to be the journey or even the destination. There is a danger here for the growing shaman or anybody on a spiritual journey. There is a trap here. When the tools and rituals of the shaman are seen as dogma, that is, a fixed set of rules, the shamanic path becomes a dead-end. . A person who says, “I am a Master”, has come to their dead-end. This trap is laid by the teacher. Custom, tradition, and ceremony are just tools for a spiritual path. Once the basics are learned, a person must walk their own path. The teacher who holds a properly prepared student to fixed ways is holding them to a dead thing. Anyone who has the tools and only follows the path of others will not discover the living expression of the altered consciousness.

There is a trap that the student sets for themselves. In this modern world everyone wants things too fast without taking their time to learn the tools before setting out on his or her journey. There is a danger for those who do not learn the tools of their group fully and try to walk a spiritual path. They will be thrashing aimlessly in the dark and will eventually hurt themselves and others. Tools have power, and there is responsibility in their power. Teaching will follow a set pattern not because it is dogma, but instead because of consideration to the maturity of spirit and knowledge of the student.

The trap of the teacher and the student are shared by all mystical schools. However, the teaching and learning of shamanism is more endangered because of the uniquely individual path and experience of the practicing shaman.

Shamanism, or any practice of altered consciousness, is ultimately a method, not a religion with a fixed set of dogmas. People arrive at their own experience, deriving conclusions about what is going on in the universe, a place that is “just the way things are”.

There is the following writing from an ancient Chinese parable:

“Seek not to follow in the footsteps of the men of old; seek instead what they sought.”

In summary, to achieve a state of altered consciousness one must first believes it can be done, finds tools (cultural and self) and then uses the tools instead of being used by them.
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The purpose of this series of blog entries is to review the concept of what consciousness is, how consciousness is altered, and how the shaman uses the shift.

The Magic of Reality

What does it mean to rediscover the magic in life? How does one rediscover the magic? The answer is through altered consciousness. We have glimpses of the magic even as we are in our boxes, but our ego moves us away from the windows and directs us to be safe in our victimhood. The subconscious mind is put in a dark corner of the box, or more likely, it is locked outside. The shifting into altered consciousness reunites the waking and asleep minds. The secret to the reunion is that the boxes of our ego and victimhood build are merely illusions. They are unknowing, sleeping application of the magic of life. The box of ego is melted away when we grasp the altered consciousness. We don’t have to walk out the door because the box was never really there. The box and its door were only present when we chose it to be present.

The combined conscious knows that it sees what it believes. Our realities are only limited by belief. Belief is only limited by imagination. Magical imagination lives outside of fear and embraces all that is known to be possible. Is the limitation of imagination what we know? This is where the subconscious mind gives a hand. The subconscious mind easily taps into ancient archetypes, channeled material, spirit guides, and all other forms of energy, form, and communication that are just out of sight from the conscious mind. The subconscious mind provides or augments the knowledge of the conscious mind.

The conscious mind does take many cues from the physical surroundings. The society around a person has much to say about how things work, when they work, and where they work. This is both very powerful and it can also be a detriment. A culture that is rich in a magical mythology can give a very healthy and vibrant frame for the subconscious to fill in. The restrictive culture stunts the subconscious, providing little room for it to blossom and grow.

There are also layers to a society. Society is parents, authority figures, and teachers. Society is what we learn through our own studies and those directed by others. How does self-taught knowledge relate to the layers of society? The materials used are a product of the society. If the subconscious mind is not providing information, all we can know is what has been already recorded. The subconscious mind provides new fuel for learning. The subconscious mind transcends the layers of society.
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The purpose of this series of blog entries is to review the concept of what consciousness is, how consciousness is altered, and how the shaman uses the shift.

The Nature of Reality

What is reality? If consciousness – both waking and subconscious – are viewing reality, what are they viewing? The answer lies in the thought that the world of the shaman is very much like the world of the child. In the child’s world everything is alive and everything responds to their desires. They are connected to all things, or at the least, they desire to be connected. The mythology of childhood, the stories and entertainment, support this way of thinking through everything in the world talking and interacting. Journeys to other realities and communication with the inhabitants of those realities are common. Magic is the norm when the hero or heroine of the story is in danger. This is the waking world of the child. This world is later transformed to a more practical world. A world of predictable mechanics is introduced, and believing is seeing. A thing must be demonstrated as “real” before it can be believed and integrated as part of the consciousness.

The world of the child and shaman works in an opposite way from the mechanistic predictive world. They see what they believe. The world is the outcome of what the conscious wishes to perceive. Instead of a dead world that is measured, the shaman has a live world that responds to the desired measurements. Here magic is possible and will happen. This is the magic of the shaman and that of modern quantum physics in juxtaposition.

We in the Western cultures live in a world that unknowingly straddles the adult’s and the child’s thinking. We want to believe everything is cause and effect, but at the same time life continuously manifests through our conscious thoughts and subconscious thoughts. People and events work out how we perceive them to be. A happy outlook results in a happy day. A sad outlook results in a sad day. We loose track of this and measure the outcome, unaware that we had a hand in creating it. When we measure the outcome, and ignore the triggers, we become victims and loose power. The manifestation of events in our lives become the pawns of outside forces. A viscous cycle begins as we believe in a destiny directed by things “outside” of ourselves. The reality of the situation is directed by our thoughts and the perception is rewarded with a matching outcome to those thoughts. This reinforces the perception of victimhood, and the cycle builds until we are seemingly powerless. The magic of the child’s thinking is subverted by the adult’s thinking.

Why does this happen? It happens because we are not aware of the power that our thoughts have. We are not aware that the world responds to us. The ego, that part of us that builds a “safe” reality, builds a box that our intellect and emotions are trapped. Does this mean that the magic is gone? No. The true, alive, and responsive reality is outside the box and has never left. It only waits for we, as adults, to rediscover it.


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The purpose of this series of blog entries is to review the concept of what consciousness is, how consciousness is altered, and how the shaman uses the shift.

What Is Consciousness?

For purposes of this blog, consciousness can be loosely defined as:

The waking perception of objects, events, and time.
Contrasted with consciousness is the subconscious. Our subconscious is a hidden mind just as perceptive of things. Our awaking mind struggles for a language to share information. This gap is bridged during dreams, hypnosis and meditation and other methods of achieving altered consciousness.

Altered consciousness is very much awake and real. The altered perception is shifted from the “norm”. This is an interesting thought. When the new and unusual becomes a normal day of life, it becomes part of the everyday reality of the consciousness. So, it would be beneficial to further explore the definition of altered consciousness. However, at its root, altered consciousness defies fixed definition. It is instead something that is experienced. The triggers for this experience are what we will explore further.

Altered consciousness is very strong when the conscious and subconscious minds communicate with each other. Their dialogue forms the basis of this shifted perception. The reality of the moment is derived from the conscious and the alternate reality from the subconscious. The combination is like the Temperance card in the Tarot as a new, real reality is formed.
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[livejournal.com profile] wulfwalker and I went thrift store shopping today. She found a great little book named "I Sing for the Animals" by Paul Goble. The rear flap of the books says "Paul's lifelong interest in the Plains Indians has resulted in the creation of picture books that comprise a literary heritage cherished by Native Americans and those interested in their culture". The short sayings in the book echo this, and I would like to share some of them.

Caught my eye:

Nothing in nature is evil. We may sometimes dislike flies or spiders, the skunk or snakes, and yet they only do what their Creator means them to do.

Caught [livejournal.com profile] wulfwalker's eye:

We see God in the sun and the moon, and in the rocks and mountains, and in all the works of his Creation. We draw near to him when we are close to the things that he has made.

Good stuff...

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Last week I attended the class 'Healing Touch' taught by my shamanic teacher Standing Bear (Bear). While he was not wearing his shamanic hat for the class, his actions were a model of what service meant as part of the shamanic path. This was the class that I managed to miss the first day because I had suspected food poisoning and from this I ended up at the emergency room on Wednesday night. Both Bear and the class coordinator came by the emergency room after they had dinner. They both stayed with myself and [livejournal.com profile] wulfwalker while I was processed into the Emergency Department and began my treatment. Bear guided [livejournal.com profile] wulfwalker through some of the healing techniques she had learned the previous day and the methods really helped. Bear and company left our presence at about midnight and three hours later I was finally discharged.

Bear's visit with me was only a small example of the time he puts into the lives of those around him. The next day I was able to attend the class and was then able to complete the requirements of the instruction because Bear took the lunchtime hour to catch me up on the lessons. This is typical for Bear's time in a course as I've seen him spending time with students almost continuously during the class time and break times. He then goes to dinner with students or stays up and talks with those that he lodges with.

The typical daily class schedule is compounded with the fact that Bear is teaching something nearly every weekend. During the week he is doing healings or traveling from point A to point B. Why do all this? It seems to be his path of service as a medicine man, teacher and healer. Bear's example in service is a powerful tutorial of what true devotion to the shamanic path can mean.
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The blog of a LJ friend got me thinking about enlightenment and the role of other people in its attainment.

I believe that others are necessary for enlightenment. This statement is prefaced on a Eastern/shamanic foundation that I will summarize in bullet form below. The statements begin with a shamanic foundation I firmly believe in: that all things are connected. The list ends in a statement of divinity.

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In a public community an insightful LJ member said:
And further irony ensues from this entire thread about "shamanism", considering that there are those who consider that using the term "shamanism" outside of its culture of origin (Siberia & Mongolia) is cultural appropriation. So applying "shaman" to Native American medicine practices is not only cultural misappropriation of the term "shaman", it is also ignoring the cultural uniqueness of the Native American medicine wo/man.
This is an important topic for me. The member's question evoked some thoughts that will become a larger article. For now, I will post my immediate response to these excellent observations:

These are good points, and anybody seriously interesting in pursing the shamanic path should consider them.

Agreed on the Native American angle! I'll be the last to call a NA medicine wo/man a 'shaman' when I am aware of the proper title. It would be like calling an anesthesiologist a 'doctor'. The term does not respect the cultural training and focus.

To continue with the doctor analogy, if I see a person wearing a white lab coat I'd probably call them doctor until I know their specialty. Indigenous groups have their own names for the shaman-type. Non-indigenous people who practice shamanic ways find themselves with a lack of an indigenous name. Rightly so. It is not appropriate to take on another group's title because there are many requirements – emotional, physical and spiritual – before the title is bestowed. So, we stand wearing some version the lab coat, wondering what to call ourselves. Hence the general name of 'shaman' or 'shamanist' is used. IME, the wide spread use of the word was first promoted by the anthropologists before adoption by Neopagan shamanics. We stand on the shoulders of the scientific community when it comes to this general descriptive title

All of this makes the use of the word 'shaman' outside of Siberia and Mongolia a murky matter. Let's assume the person using the title of shaman or shamanist is not claiming heritage or connection to the Siberian traditions. We humans tend to want to use word boxes to label thing. The non-indigenous use of the word 'shaman' or derivations of such (shamanist, shamanic path) seem to have few alternatives for those who stand outside of indigenous systems.

Comments? Where do your own thoughts go on this topic?
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A recent NPF post offered a pagan song parody to dan le sac VS scroobius pip "Thou Shalt always Kill". The post included these two points in support of "How Not to be Fluffy".
  • Thou shalt not steal from other cultures.

  • Thou shalt remember that every custom, practice, myth and story is just something someone made up sometime.
I doubt this was meant as a manifesto. It's just a non-fluffy song pardoy. However, the lyrics did start a discussion and I've been thinking about the two points above. I had the following comments:

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I was a big fan of the Inca Medicine wheel when I first started my shamanic walk. This particular wheel was talked about in the books of Alberto Villoldo and Erick Jendresen. I am still a big fan, seeing a lot of wisdom in this interpretation of the directions and it has had a greater impact on me than the NA interpretations.

[livejournal.com profile] lupabitch recently wrote an excellent personal blog about plastic shamanism and cultural appropriation. One of the commentators posted a link to an excellent checklist contrasting core and classic shamans. Another commenter mentioned that lists can be useful, but they can create division. This got me wondering. Early on in my shamanic path I used the Inca and Toltec material to create a checklist of what a "modern shaman" was. This checklist is probably about seven years old now. This is NOT an official South American shamanism or Toltec shamanism list, nor is it an attempt to define a functioning Shaman, hence I would probably rename it to say, "Are You a Potential Shamanist?" So, with that change, I submit my list. Please provide feedback on where it is weak or what can be added. This is a simple list that does not claim a totality of definition. I'd like to see how this early statement of understanding measures up against my peers' experience. Thanks!!!

Are You a Potential Shamanist?
Below is a checklist summarizing some traits in the Shamanic tradition:
  1. Have you energetically removed yourself from the restraints of the past?

  2. Have you energetically faced death and are at ease with the reality of a world beyond the physical?

  3. Have you learned the symbolic language of the mystical?

  4. Can you achieve altered states of consciousness?

  5. Do you travel between the spirit world and the physical world?

  6. Do you use your skills in service to your community?

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In response to a blog about the shamanist/Shaman and their relation to 'mental illness', [livejournal.com profile] the_mad_elf said:

*Based on reading I've done on the subject an there's important distinction between a Shamanic practitioner and a person who suffers from a mental illness. The Shaman chooses to enter non-ordinary space and volunteers to interact with things which are not detectable to most people. He/she makes a choice. A person suffering from a mental disorder does not make a choice about what they see/hear and, often, how they react/interact with what they sense.*

This feedback touches on a dilemma common to many spiritual paths. [livejournal.com profile] the_mad_elf is correct by textbook definitions. There is another reality though.

To begin with, let me say that there such a thing as debilitating mental illness. This New York Times article is a window into that world. There are many factors - chemical, emotional, genetic and so on. I cannot speak to these. They are not to be taken lightly. I am NOT saying that all shamanists are potentially mentally ill, nor am I saying that all mentally ill people have shamanic potential. Instead, I will be generally speaking of those ecstatic or transcendental states that are either misinterpreted as illness or share clinical traits of mental illness.

I'll also say that the material here is BIG. There are enough nuances to fill a book, but I'm up for a challenge. I know my readers are also.

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The differentiation between spiritual connection and mental disconnection can be a fine line. One person's "mental illness" is another person's power. [livejournal.com profile] the_mad_elf's original element of choice may be blurred. Can a person live with the voices or do they just want them to stop? Is there a support structure for the person entering a space of greater spiritual awareness? Additionally, the society will have it's own arbitration on the state of the person's mental health. Even in society, the definition of mental illness is a fuzzy area. The shamanic experience can be quite demanding. People may very much want to close the doorways to new vistas. Only the individual can make this decision. After a choice is made between Spirit and the shamanist, the blurred line of vision and 'madness' begins.
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In a recent blog I said:

*The shamanist has a responsibility of being as healthy as they can be if they are to facilitate the healing of others.*

[livejournal.com profile] kathhazel sagely responded:
*One of the best shamanic practitioners I know has a twisted spine (scoliosis) which causes him severe pain on a permanent basis, but this does not stop him from being the best healer I know.*

This is a very good point that I would like to explore further. We humans have a chronic condition: our health. We grow old and die. The health of our bodies is struck by genetic, environmental and age related challenges. I am going to be forty-two this year. My own body has begun a decline in function and fitness. While I don't have scoliosis, I am facing my own questions of physical ability and 'health'. As an aging shamanist, I wonder about the role of physical health and the larger picture of "health'.

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Ok... now to bring this back to my original statement and response. The shamanist does has a responsibility of being as healthy as they can be if they are to facilitate the healing of others. The health I speak of is more so at a spiritual/energetic level. While the physical is important, I feel that it is the lesser priority. IMO, disharmony at the energetic level can more cripple a shamanist's ability to heal. The other key part of this are the words "as they can be". This brings to mind the Toltec wisdom of the Four Agreements. The last agreement is "Always Do Your Best". When we are doing our best, we will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret. It is in this place of energetic fitness and acceptance that the shamanist facilitates the healing of others on all bodies, physical and energetic.

I know that many of my LJ friends are struggling with their own health issues. I honor them for their facing these trials. My words are my own, only informed by my own experience. I would love to hear my LJ friends' feedback and experiences regarding the role, scope and function of "health".
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I have opportunities in life to act and not act. Others have their choices. This article addresses a shamanic look at these challenges. It’s a bit long, hence the lj cut.

Life is full of opportunities to be reactive. When do we act and when to we stand by, allowing for larger events to happen? A reaction can be characterized as negative or positive. A negative reaction would seek revenge for a wrong. A positive reaction would seek to help a person needing aid. Both negative and positive reactions are valid, with the definition of each inhabiting a grey area.

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In our physical isolation it seems like we only have ourselves. Listening to our body, our inner self, provides the universal touchstone. We project outside of ourselves as we are bound to the polarity of separation/union. The shamanic choice is to acknowledge, consciously, this polarity. The key word here is "consciously". The paradox of separation/union still exists for the shamanist. The difference between the shamanist and another person is that the shamanist works with the paradox instead of being a pawn of the paradox.
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At a time in the past, nearly seven years ago, I was working through which spiritual path to take. My spiritual path had already been brought back from an agnostic place by the wonderful influences of Ram Dass and other Eastern writings. The Buddhist path felt right. I still carry a lot of Buddhist philosophies and beliefs. This, however, was not going to be my primary path. I have instead become a shamanist.

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And why was the shamanic path for me? What did I learn from all the reading, dreams, classes, writing and facilitating? Why wasn’t I pulled into the neopagan world, for it too had attractions for me? The answer is both simple and complex. Being a shamanist speaks to my soul. It brings an order to my world. The shamanic path bridges and connects many apparently diverse realms. The shamanist is connected to all, part of all, and is called to the service of all. The "magick" of others is merely normal shamanic "reality" waiting to be realized. The path of shamanism is simple. Collect knowledge, embrace experience, and nurture wisdom. Live in the unity of the world. Use the available tools to serve your tribe, and by extension, serve the unity of the world.

The Circle

Mar. 13th, 2007 08:36 pm
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I did a medicine wheel tonight to ask what my path is. I was seeking insight into the nuances that are my life. In the West - the place of transformation - I was shown a circle. I was told, "all are on it". This spoke deeply to me.

The circle is a powerful image for me. The shape has a integrity that wraps around on itself. A large enough circle gives the impression that one is on a flat surface. Most importantly, the circle connects all things on it. No matter the size of the circle, no matter the appearance of division and separation, all points do have a commonality. In my blog I've explored those things that bind us and those things that break us. In the circle, I see that both can and will happen.

I smile at the cosmic wisdom. I shed tears at the cosmic humor. I find comfort in the circle.
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I have an very tight and loving connection with the Neopagan and (Witch)Craft communities. While I am incredibly pagan, I am not neopagan or craft (by the stricter definitions of the words). My own path is shamanic. Yet, I write and discuss topics dear to the neopagan and craft person. This article will attempt to explain why this is so.

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I say these things because I have willingly contributed part of my heart and soul to the neopagan community. Without license given by degree or lineage, I am invested in the neopagan path being the best bet for a large spiritually seeking population. My own shamanic path is even smaller and younger than the neopagan. It is even more difficult to find a shamanic teacher who matches a student. I am fortunate that I have a teacher now and it is the shamanic path I walk. I still remain committed to the neopagan community. Perhaps, in the future, I will be able to do more.
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Below is an outline of a lecture I did several years ago. I believe I got about 3/4 of the way through the outline in about two hours. It would take a full day to properly cover the material. Some sections could take up a day all by themselves. Anyway, I submit this to the blog for people to glean information. Comments/questions are welcome.

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