A Fiery Druidian and Celtic Tradition

Today I’d like to share some earth wisdom with you from across the Atlantic Ocean, within a culture that the modern world has all but forgotten. This weekend, we celebrate a time-honored holiday that is very sacred to the Celtic/Druidian traditions here in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It is called the festival of Lughnasadh (loo-nus-uh). As one of the eight major points in the ancient calendar of these lands – Lughnasadh marks the beginning of the harvest period. It is a time of joy ... [Read more...]

Filed Under: Prayers & Blessings

Shamans Among Us

When I say the word “shaman”, what imagery immediately comes to mind? Is it a male or female? Old or young? What nationality? There is an interesting phenomenon that most experienced ethnobotanists and anthropologists are well aware of, and it’s this: most shamans don’t like to attract much attention to themselves. They tend to dress and act exactly like the rest of the community. Only family, friends, and local villagers who at one time needed their services are usually in ... [Read more...]

Filed Under: Wise Woman

Do You Know Why You’re Here?

First off, thank you Nick Polizzi for the opportunity to share my story with The Sacred Science Community. Four years ago, I was at a crossroads. Despite reaching a place of material “success” or “happiness,” I felt completely empty inside. My body was dangerously unhealthy and my mind was distracted. I had hit a roadblock and my life was falling apart. It wasn’t until later, after 6 months of intensive discovery work with a seasoned master, that I realized my life’s purpose ... [Read more...]

Filed Under: Shamanism

I Dare You To Say This…

Two letters. One consonant and one vowel. It’s one of the go-to words in my dog Oscar’s vocabulary, and almost like magic, it can set you free. But you need to know how and when to say it. The word is no. Talk about an enforcer, right? We all learn the power of “no” in our first year on the planet when it abruptly stops us in our tracks – well, depending on who says it and how. It’s no wonder that the word “no” has a negative connotation to it – it lays down the ... [Read more...]

Filed Under: Energy Medicine

Words Of Wisdom From A Native American Icon

Today, I’m excited to share an interview we filmed with the legendary Lakota elder Russell Means and his wife Pearl a few summers ago. I’ve spoken with many wisdom keepers in my life, but this talk stands out as one of the highlights of my career. The inspiration for this piece came from an interview we filmed with the legendary Lakota elder Russell Means and his wife Pearl a few summers ago. I’ve spoken with many wisdom keepers in my life, but this talk stands out as one of the ... [Read more...]

Filed Under: Prayers & Blessings

Lost in Translation: Communications From Spirit

Walking the shamanic path often challenges us to be receptive to messages from the beyond. For millennia, people have embarked on spiritual journeys or pilgrimages to receive communications from higher consciousness. In Central and South America, this is often done through Temazcal, Ayahuasca and Huachuma ceremonies, while in the Northern Native American traditions, examples include the sun dance, vision quest, tipi peyote ceremony and inipi sweat lodge. Historically, the healers and lineage ... [Read more...]

Filed Under: Shamanism
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