Posts Tagged ‘ stories ’

Of mists and magick

Mar 14th, 2018 | By

The deep work calls into the daytime and the nighttime. Like a parting of mists, the journey from right now welcomes and envelops the seeker. What came before is hidden, what comes after is mystery. I remember the first time I entered into the unknown. I drove down roads I’d never seen (or noticed) before.

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Featured author – Michael Berman

Mar 26th, 2016 | By

Michael Berman BA, MPhil, PhD (Alternative Medicines) has been involved in teaching and teacher training for over thirty five years, and has given presentations at conferences in more than twenty countries. He also trained as a Core Shamanic Counsellor with the Scandinavian Cenre for Shamanic Studies under Jonathan Horwitz. He is the author of a

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New for March – Whispers from the Earth

Mar 6th, 2016 | By

This March we are delighted to introduce Taz Thornton. Taz is a shamanic healer, workshop leader and crafter of sacred ceremonial items, including rattles, medicine bags, dance staffs, medicine jewellery and the ‘Shaman Stones’ personal guidance system. The first review we had in for Whispers from the Earth compared the writing to Rudyard Kipling. You can

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A day in the life, a bit woolly headed

Oct 18th, 2015 | By

By Hannah Spencer Trying to write in the company of several hundred sheep is not ideal. Or on second thoughts, perhaps it is. My writing fits round my day job on a dairy sheep farm, where I spend several hours each day milking my woolly charges. And it’s during this time that most of my

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