Kenn Day

Studentship

Jan 13th, 2014 | By

When receiving instruction from a spiritual/shamanic teacher, it is important to place one’s self in the most effective state of consciousness to receive the depth of the teaching. This is because, unlike subjects which which can be communicated through words, numbers, diagrams and the like, there are many spiritual teachings which can only be passed

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What is “Real”?

Nov 1st, 2013 | By

All of our perceptions of reality are based upon – or extrapolated from – the product of our five physical senses. The general paradigm is “if I can see it, touch it, taste it, hear it or smell it – it must be real.” The problem with this paradigm in a shamanic context is immediately

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How the Role of the Shaman has Evolved

Oct 11th, 2013 | By

In the early hunter-gatherer cultures, there is substantial evidence to suggest that the shaman’s role covered a lot of territory. The shaman was the healer, the seer, priest, storyteller, judge and even war leader at times. As society became more settled, moving to agriculture and cities, there was more excess food to support those who

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Teetering Into Balance

Sep 20th, 2013 | By

Even when we strive toward the horizon, our goal is to be present right where we are standing now. In some ways, it might be easier to retreat to a monastery or ashram and have less in the way of our search for the infinite now. But that is not really balance. Or it is

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Coming Soon!

Sep 5th, 2013 | By