The importance of race in shamanic healing

I carry the memories and stories of my ancestors in the blood of my race – in my DNA. These are unique to the Celts and Anglo-Saxons, who are white Caucasians, and they form the basis of my spiritual consciousness and my cosmological understanding. I love my race and wish to help preserve it against…

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The Ecstasy of the Heart

This is probably one of most powerfully metamorphic shamanic healing techniques that you will ever practise – and you don’t even have to be a shaman to do it. Anyone can do the Ecstasy of the Heart and benefit enormously from it – anyone who has a heart. And it will not only change how…

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The Grail Mysteries, Lesson 2: Healing with the Sword of Truth and the Lady of the Lake

If you have followed my guidance in Lesson 1, you will hopefully have begun the process of diving down deep into the frozen lake of your emotions and using the heat of concentration – through visualisation or shamanic journeying – in the alchemic crucible of your own inner space to release them and bring them…

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Soul Loss and Retrieval for the Lost Children

By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut A few days ago, President Trump opened up the first listening session with experts on human trafficking. As a result, he announced that he will direct “the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies” to devote more resources and personnel to the investigation. Prime amongst these investigations…

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Five Golden Rules for Shamanic Healing

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir I’m not really one who goes in much for shamanic healing. I’ve noticed that if you give someone healing, they tend to need it again a few months later. That might be good for building a client base … but that’s not really what I’m about. My approach is more along…

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How the shaman uses alchemy to heal pain

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir I explain in my book The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar, about how alchemical transformation is used to achieve the Divine Marriage. But as everyone knows who hasn’t been totally brainwashed by modern day Rom Coms, the apple blossom and confetti wedding between the bride and groom is just the beginning…

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How shamans reweave and repurpose pain

By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut Most of us carry around unresolved emotional pain and that translates, particularly later in life, to physical pain because our manifest sheath of our multi-layered, inter-dimensional mind-body continuum can no longer flow or dance with the rivers of energies. The rivers become dammed up and stagnant, and this leads to stiffness, particularly…

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The wisdom guide to staying alive in times of death and destruction

One of the roles of the shaman in ancient times was to protect the tribe in times of war. Of course, it must have been so much simpler then … when you knew everyone in your tribe, and you could see the whites of the eyes of the enemy as it advanced. Not so now,…

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The Healing of Serpents at Easter

The original, pre-Christian name for Easter was Oestre, named after the goddess of the Spring Equinox, when painted eggs would be left as offerings to her in her serpent form, at her shrines. Oestre’s festival of healing and regeneration was always on the first full moon after the Spring Equinox. The Christian church, more interested…

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What is a Shaman, and what does a Shaman do?

By ANNIE DIEU-LE-VEUT In order to understand what a shaman is, it is best to approach the subject by learning about what a shaman actually does. Shamanism is a technique through which we contact intradimensional beings, known to our earliest ancestors for hundreds of thousands of years as the spirits. Shamanism eventually morphed into the…

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Shamanic Power – How to get it, how to keep it clean

I remember when my shamanic practitioner training group first sat down to what was to turn out to be a three day session on how to generate and manage shamanic power. Simon, our teacher announced that this is what we were going to be doing, and some of us were quite shocked, including yours truly…

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Shamanism, the wounded healer, addiction and the alcohol demon

by ANNIE DIEU-LE-VEUT One of the soubriquets often attached to the shaman is the term ‘the wounded healer’. This is because we’re so often leading people out of mires that we have only recently been ensnared in ourselves. We’re just a couple of steps ahead. I first noticed this phenomena quite soon after I first…

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How Visualisation Techniques Can Heal And Improve Our Lives

By Ishtar Dingir Shamanic healer When I’m training people to journey in the shamanic way, I’m often asked: “But isn’t it just my imagination?” and I reply, “Yes, the journey does begin in the Imagi Nation, the nation or realm of images… but after a while, you are no longer trying to visualise and the…

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The amazing healing benefits of connecting with the Earth

By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut I recently journeyed, in shamanic trance, to the Cave of the Grandmothers, an otherworldly location that exists in the Isle of Avalon, or the inner Glastonbury. The Grandmothers ~ such a jolly crew, by the way! ~ made a big fuss of me! It was like a homecoming. But then, they got…

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The Over-Pathologisation of Misery

by Ishtar Babilu Dingir For those who are wondering about whether I’ve used an unnecessarily medical term in the title, that is the point of the article.  I’m making the case for my observation that our whole lives have become unnecessarily over-pathologised into a kind of Misery-scenario in which the very therapies which appear to…

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What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted? Shamanic soul retrieval

by ANNIE DIEU-LE-VEUT I think Jimmy Ruffin had a point.  For thousands of years, shamanism has been pushed underground and, with it, a very important role which the shaman used to perform: retrieving lost souls. This is why we live in a world today of half-zombies, the dispossessed and the preta or ‘hungry ghosts’.

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