How do you know if you need a shaman?

Here are five great reasons to call a shamanic healer:    * You’re recovering from an ailment and want really holistic support. Your body could be treated by your doctor, but what about your mind and spirit? Addressing the energetic aspects of

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What I know.

There are so many calls to political action right now. Here is what I’m doing with what I know and what I have. I know that community matters. It helps us feel less alone in the world, gives opportunity for conversation, and diminishes the

Solace: a healing ritual retreat for all forms of sadness

You’re invited to join a compassionate community for a weekend of sacred space and shared experiences Engage in powerful traditional practices to support you in processing outrage, disappointment, and all forms of sadness productively Make room in your life for joy

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Q&A About Shamans

What is a shaman? The literal definition is “one who knows or sees.” A shaman knows or sees how to work with energy and the spirits of nature to create shifts in health for individuals or communities. They often utilize

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FAQ about Shamanic Healing Sessions

Who are your clients?  What issues do they tend to bring to sessions? I work the most with women who are seeking something richer in their lives, who may have pain or fear that they’re working through or who are

The difference between magic and magical thinking

Magic is a concept that gets thrown around sometimes, especially in new-age circles. Since one of my biggest priorities is to keep my work grounded, accessible, and relevant both for everyone — for those who don’t wear crystals and for

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Things that help with depression

I’ve been depressed. I’ve written about it before, here and in my book. Off and on and with varying degrees of severity, it was part of my life for over fifteen years. I wondered why I was here at all,

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There’s nothing wrong with you.

Mainstream institutions make money from your belief in the story of your flaws. They need you to think that something is broken so that you can pay them to fix it, whether that pertains to your health, house, or soul.

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Grief is a doorway to compassion

When I was about 16, my small-town world was shaken by the sudden deaths of three people in six months. One was a teacher I’d had for a semester, the victim of domestic violence. One was a student in my

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Words of Wisdom in Weird Times

I’ve been checking in with spiritual teachers and healers of different stripes to see what hopeful insight I can glean in these weird times we’re living in. I’ve been sitting with all the same cultural anxieties and personal griefs that

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