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White Stag

This symbol of the White Stag has been cropping up for me again lately, and is one that has been with me a long time, so thought I would do a post on it. It is not specially about Deer as symbol, which is somewhat different (though related) and I wi

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23 Replies · Reply by Moon Aug 9, 2018

Bealtaine

Bealtaine is coming. The full moon this Sunday/Monday and May Day on Tuesday signify the arrival of Bealtaine.

 

I may write more about it but for now I wanted to share some photos from the public Bealtaine celebrations last year on the Hill of Uisne

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1 Reply · Reply by Lady Sens~ May 1, 2018

21st Century Shamanism in Korea

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'' I ... associated shamans with people who ingest substances to send their souls into other worlds to retrieve knowledge.

Korean shamanism works the opposite way. The spirit of the shaman—known in Korea as manshin—does not travel somewhere else. In

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Spider Woman

In the beginning there were only two: Tawa, the Sun God, and Spider Woman (Kokyanwuhti), the Earth Goddess. All the mysteries and the powers in the Above belonged to Tawa, while Spider Woman controlled the magic of the Below. There was neither man no

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Psychic Vampirism

  • An unconscious competition for energy underlies all conflicts. By dominating or manipulating others, we get the extra energy we think we need. Sure, it feels good - but both parties are damaged in the conflict. ( 4. Celestine Insight )
  • Intimidators st

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5 Replies · Reply by Noctua May 4, 2015

The Shamanic View of Mental Illness

 

In the shamanic view, mental illness signals “the birth of a healer,” explains Malidoma Patrice Somé.  Thus, mental disorders are spiritual emergencies, spiritual crises, and need to be regarded as such to aid the healer in being born.

What those in

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1 Reply · Reply by Moon Feb 7, 2015