Notes from a shaman’s journey.  

These are brief thoughts that have come to me while walking the spiritual path on my quest to become a better conduit for spirit.

While I will certainly come up with some insights, please remember (as I must) that I’m simply a fallible human being. This is why I allow comments on my posts, so you can share your experience with me.

My intent is not to teach but to share. If you share with me, chances are we’ll all learn something.

Anything you share from your personal journey is welcome. I will however delete comments from trolls and preachers.

I am also posting snippets and links from my teachers and others who inspire me.

And to be really gutsy I’ll post some of my creative pieces.

Latest from the Blog

Stepping Back From Ego
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More and more I’ve come to understand that I become confused when my Ego yells loudly to overcome my soul. My Ego is always afraid, suspicious, judgmental and overbearing. At its best it wants to protect me but when I … Read More

Listening
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I’ve learned that I must carefully listen to stories – folk tales, fairy tales or even your story and notice what jumps  out at me and takes me to another place. It’s often a place I’ve forgotten, sometimes intentionally. A … Read More

Spring/Autumn
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It’s Spring according to the calendar and the position of the Earth. Oh wait! That’s just the Northern Hemisphere. It’s autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. Spring is a time of birth and rapid growth. It’s a time that shouts “youth.” … Read More

A Prayer
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Obedience
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I have issues with the word obedience when I hear or see it in relation to God and religion. When I’m told to obey, I rebel. What my difficulties and trials have taught me is to transform “obey” to “accept.” … Read More

God in a Box
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I was given this box labeled “God”. In the box were all the instructions I needed. Here was what to know, how to pray and how to behave. It was all based on the idea that if I didn’t go … Read More