Shamans understand that the higher communication we receive through shamanic methods can be used to access deeper knowledge and wisdom for our daily lives, as well as to positively shift challenging situations.
If you’d like to discover how to access levels of communication that go beyond the mind and body to engage your very soul…
… and if you want to learn how to open to sacred shamanic power to engage in higher octaves of communication with other beings — including power animals, guiding spirits and ancestors…
…then I have a very special invitation for you.
On Tuesday, October 18, shamanic teacher Lynn Andrews will share secrets to enhance the depth and power of your communications during Discovering the Power of Shamanic Communication: 4 Sacred Practices to Access & Express Higher Wisdom Through Ceremony.
Lynn is a New York Times bestselling author of 20 books who Marianne Williamson calls “one of her favorite writers.” She’s a skilled guide into the inner dimensions of ceremony, ritual and healing magic. During this special event with her, you’ll:
- Understand 4 key shamanic tools (talking stick, prayer stick, sacred wheel, power animal)
for profound communication
- See how to communicate as “spirits adjoining” as an expression of Oneness
- Find out how to balance the masculine and feminine energy within you while you enter into higher levels of communication
If you want to discover more about sacred shamanic communication — which provides profound ways ofentering into the deeper intelligence of the universe and aligning with the “cosmic mind,” as well as being able to bridge time, space and dimensions to effect positive change — register now for free at the link here
Paul at ChangeThatMind
PS: Here are what others are saying about Lynn Andrews:
Lynn is one of the most profound people of our time. Her work in the shamanistic traditions has provided effective guidance to me and many others looking for answers. I love her!
— Dannion Brinkley, Author of Saved by the Light
Andrews’ narrative opens a window onto an aspect of Native American culture seldom explored. Her portrayal of the pre-eminently sacred role of woman and the traditions that keep their ancient wisdom are remarkably accurate.
— Los Angeles Times