Developing a Daily Shamanic Walk

Developing a Daily Shamanic Walk

The most successful way for accessing what I call the shamanic realm are long, repetitive walks. It takes a while to develop a shamanic walk. You must walk the same walk with only some slight variation at least four times a week for a couple months before it can get to the point where you can begin to listen. In walking the same path everyday for an extended time, the environment, the way, the rhythm, become second nature so that there is nothing unexpected to worry about, no unknowns to wonder about, allowing you to relax and be deeply present to what is there, without and within.

Message from the Wedeme: Heal the Cracks in Your Hearts

Message from the Wedeme: Heal the Cracks in Your Hearts

The wedeme very often focus on what I call “heart healings” in divinations. They seem to be masters of this art and offer a lot of their energy to this. I have long been impressed and have wondered over this.

Recently in a divination the wedeme explained to me that one of the reasons why they are so focused on our hearts and heart healings is because the “cracks” in our hearts are places that allow us to hurt others. These cracks in our hearts are mirrored in the interior of the Earth. Where we hurt, She hurts. They are also what allow us to hurt and do damage to the Earth.

The Surprise Gift in Becoming a Diviner

The Surprise Gift in Becoming a Diviner

When I was asked to become a diviner, I had no idea what that meant. There was no context for it in my world. Could I even do it? Would there be anything to say? Who would come for divination? As if I wasn’t weird enough already, I would now have to wear a hat, sit on a short stool, and hold a stick for and in front of OTHERS! All my years of carefully crafted hiding out in a room of my own as a writer were about to end. It was terrifying.

Q & A with Author and Diviner Lisa Z. Lindahl

Q & A with Author and Diviner Lisa Z. Lindahl

Lisa Z. Lindahl’s new book, Beauty as Action: The Way Of True Beauty & How Its Practice Can Change Our World, is a treasure for both the insights and practices it offers to help us let True Beauty inform our everyday actions and enrich our experiences. Lisa’s writing style is witty and engaging. It possesses a lyrical quality that is enlivening to the reader. She asks questions that make you giggle and wonder—even as they reveal profound and illuminating truths.