Taking Spiritual Journeys

Nov 26th, 2015 | By | Category: Articles, Books for Shamans

What do we mean when we talk about spiritual journey? How much does the journey connect to a physical place, or to a journey through the landscapes of our own minds? Here are a selection of titles that express the idea of spiritual journey and landscapes, inner and outer, in an array of ways…

jhp51ae0f71a7ff0Dance of Stones, by Kenn Day.

A Shamanic Road Trip

A unique perspective from a full-time shaman, actively practicing in a professional setting for over 25 years.

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master_visualShamanism: The Book of Journeys, by Robert Levy and Eve Bruce

Shamanic journeys are doorways to parallel realities. Within these worlds, the journeyer will find helping spirits capable of guiding us towards the goals or dreams we have for ourselves, personally and collectively. These worlds will offer you information about existing dilemmas and show you new possibilities for living a more fulfilling life. This is also a healing world and can help heal and soothe your mind, body, and your personal spirit or soul.

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The Journey, by Luke Eastwood

This small volume contains a powerful message for these times of global capitalism, environmental destruction, and religious intolerance. In his first title, this controversial author focuses on achieving spirituality without the dogma and control of organised religion, using apt sources from across the globe to reinforce his points.

The core teachings of Jesus, Muhammad, Moses, Buddha, Lao Tzu or any of those who were enlightened are exactly the same – they are about the nature of man, the nature of the universe and the nature of God.
This book brings together the author’s view of life combined with eclectic teachings from thoroughout the world, in an attempt to bridge the religious divide.

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Shamanic Journeys Through Daghestan, by Michael Berman

Very rare English accounts of the spiritual practices of these remote tribes protected from Tsarist and Communist influences by their isolation in the Caucasus Mountains.

Known as the ‘land of the mountains,’ Dagestan lies immediately north of the Caucasus Mountains, and stretches for approximately 250 miles along the west shore of the Caspian Sea. With its mountainous terrain making travel and communication difficult, Daghestan is still largely tribal.

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