Books for Shamans

Featured author – Kenn Day

Jul 7th, 2017 | By

Moon Books author Kenn Day is a professional Shaman, Author and Teacher, with over 30 years of experience, offering in-depth training in the Post-Tribal Shamanic teachings, as well as healing sessions in person and remotely. There’s information about his ongoing shamanic work on his website – http://www.shamanstouch.com/ Here’s a video of him talking about Post tribal shamanism

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Jez Hughes talk at Watkins

Mar 7th, 2017 | By

Back in February, Moon Books author Jez Hughes did a talk and book signing at Watkins in London. Jez is the author of The Heart of Life – a book exploring shamanic initiation and healing in the modern world. Find out more about the book here – http://www.moon-books.net/books/heart-life Happily, Watkins habitually film talks held at the

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The Last of the Shor Shamans

Jan 11th, 2017 | By

This book, The Last of the Shor Shamans, may be the only way the shamanic peoples of the Shor Mountain region of Siberia are remembered – now in their 80’s their legacy is expected to die with them. The authors Alexander Arbachakov and Lubov Arbachakova (Tudegesheva) were born within traditional communities in southern Siberia and are

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News from Imelda Almqvist

Oct 11th, 2016 | By

With the release of Natural Born Shamans last month, Imelda Almqvist has been incredibly busy, and not just with book related things… although this interviewed by Michael Stone is all about her new book her and shamanic work with teenagers   Natural Born Shamans is about working with young people. Imelda Almqvist made this video

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Imelda Almqvist videos

Sep 23rd, 2016 | By

Moon Books author Imeda Almqvist has a fantastic youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/imeldaalmqvist  Here are a couple of sample videos to give you a sense of her work in shamanism and with young people. TIME TRAVELLERS Interview with Ruby Summer 2016   RAVEN MAN AND KILLERWHALE WOMAN 2015 Artist Dreaming on Vancouver Island   Imelda is the

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New for August – Natural Born Shamans

Aug 3rd, 2016 | By

Natural Born Shamans – A Spiritual Toolkit for Life, by Imelda Almqvist. Imelda Almqvist is a shamanic teacher and painter based in London, UK. She teaches courses in shamanism and sacred art internationally. Her paintings appear in art collections all over the world. Imelda’s passion is engaging with ancient wisdom traditions using the shamanic process of

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New for July – San Pedro: The Gateway to Wisdom

Jul 9th, 2016 | By

Shamanic Plant Medicine – San Pedro: The Gateway to Wisdom is the latest in Ross Heaven’s series of plant medicine titles. Previously the series has covered Salvia Divinorum and Ayahuasca. The Shamanic Plant Medicine series acts as an introduction to specific teacher plants used by shamans in a variety of cultures to facilitate spirit communion, healing, divination

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Carry the Rock – an excerpt

May 15th, 2016 | By

Carry the Rock is a memoir for every spiritual seeker who signs on for a shamanic apprenticeship with their whole heart and soul, yet they find that something is wrong. The apprenticeship feels like a failure, but no one is talking. What’s an apprentice to do if failure is not an option? Here’s an excerpt:

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Featured Book – Carry the Rock

Apr 27th, 2016 | By

As an apprentice to a Toltec shaman, Jessica attains what many seekers long for, but during the process her decision as an apprentice surprises even her. Jessica D. Rzeszewski pursued Toltec shamanism as a spiritual path for fifteen years while maintaining her day job as a counselor to military folks and their families in Hawaii.

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Georgia through its folk tales

Apr 15th, 2016 | By

An excerpt from Georgia Through its Folk Tales, by Micheal Berman One day a crowd of people set out from the town to go shopping in the great city of Mtskheta and offer sacrifices to their god Armazi. St. Nino went with them, and when they had got to the city of Mtskheta they stopped by the Bridge

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