Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct

Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct


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  • Paperback
  • 360 pages
  • Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct Revelation
  • Sandra Ingerman
  • English
  • 14 September 2017
  • 1591797500

10 thoughts on “Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct Revelation

  1. Begüm Saçak Begüm Saçak says:

    A very nice and enlightening book about spirituality and how it can be practiced in daily life After reading this book and witnessing people s transformations, i wonder how on earth people lost their interest in one of the most ancient practices of the world In the book, it is mentioned that life is a dream and we are living the wrong dream Indeed, what people need is notmoney or new stuff but they deep inside look for the ancient wisdom that remained hidden for so long I think partial A very nice and enlightening book about spirituality and how it can be practiced in daily life After reading this book and witnessing people s transformations, i wonder how on earth people lost their interest in one of the most ancient practices of the world In the book, it is mentioned that life is a dream and we are living the wrong dream Indeed, what people need is notmoney or new stuff but they deep inside look for the ancient wisdom that remained hidden for so long I think partially it is the fault of some groups who blame spirituals for suggesting some modern crap which indeed turns out to be the path to happiness I find this book very helpful and I would suggest it to beginners who are interested in finding their spiritual aspect


  2. Roxanne Roxanne says:

    Not too far in yet I wouldn t call myself a shaman but I have studied Yoga, and before that Tai Chi, before that Wicca I have used divination to make healing happen in my life when nothing made sense and I had zero options I have read Terrence McKenna, Graham Hancock, Jeremy Narby, etc This book is written by some western academics turned mystics It seeks to put the wonderment of knowing all of creation and being one with GOD or whatever you call the universal consciousness into a bunch o Not too far in yet I wouldn t call myself a shaman but I have studied Yoga, and before that Tai Chi, before that Wicca I have used divination to make healing happen in my life when nothing made sense and I had zero options I have read Terrence McKenna, Graham Hancock, Jeremy Narby, etc This book is written by some western academics turned mystics It seeks to put the wonderment of knowing all of creation and being one with GOD or whatever you call the universal consciousness into a bunch of boring categories and exercises like good shaman evil shaman characteristics and be grateful for stuff No offense but doy This book also suggests that people use hot air balloons to journey into higher realms lmao I honestly don t know who this book is meant for I am not very advanced, bit a lot of these ideas are basic spirituality Then she just starts going off on journeying into the underworld by going into a cave and meeting your spirit animal Oh cool, easy peasy I am going to try since I paid for this but I don t forsee lasting all ten plus hours My masters program left me extremely dissatisfied with western academia no matter how long these people lived with some African tribe, I would still rather hear from the Africans than the institutions that felt fine bilking me and my whole generation out of tens of thousands of dollars


  3. Heidi Heidi says:

    very colonialistic in its approach culturally appropriative and too brief in its relaying of techniques leaving readers able to home journey but without properly supported grounded techniques This blatant patriarchal approach shocked me as I ve read another book by Hank where he handled sharing his learning with grace and appropriate gravity This book was straight cultural pillaging I encourage you to seek the information through other books and not be a part of this one very colonialistic in its approach culturally appropriative and too brief in its relaying of techniques leaving readers able to home journey but without properly supported grounded techniques This blatant patriarchal approach shocked me as I ve read another book by Hank where he handled sharing his learning with grace and appropriate gravity This book was straight cultural pillaging I encourage you to seek the information through other books and not be a part of this one


  4. Quinn Quinn says:

    This is not a book to read, it is a book to study It s been on my I m reading it list for almost two years I zipped through it the first time, just to see what was in it Then I went through, chapter by chapter, sometimes page by page, learning about different cultural applications and approaches of living a spiritual life I am not a shaman I will never be one But that doesn t mean I can t appreciate and learn new ways to live a spiritual life And because I am also an urban naturalist, a This is not a book to read, it is a book to study It s been on my I m reading it list for almost two years I zipped through it the first time, just to see what was in it Then I went through, chapter by chapter, sometimes page by page, learning about different cultural applications and approaches of living a spiritual life I am not a shaman I will never be one But that doesn t mean I can t appreciate and learn new ways to live a spiritual life And because I am also an urban naturalist, a hiker, a gardener, and someone who lives her life by seasons and sunlight, this book was an excellent way for me to deepen my practice


  5. Jen Jen says:

    Good introduction to the shamanic path for those unfamiliar with the subject I highly recommend being a good student and following the leads given names, titles, etc for those that wish to go on and study further In particular, check out Terence McKenna I just discovered him myself and I m glad for it.


  6. Lourdes Cambridge Lourdes Cambridge says:

    SANDRA INGERMAN, LIKE LOURDES CAMBRIDGEIS A GOOD READS AUTHOR HOWEVER, SHE IS INVOLVED WITH THE MICHAEL HARNER INSTITUTEWHICH IN TURN IS INVOLVED WITH SIMON BUXTON IN THE UK SIMON BUXTON MADE THE MISTAKE OF BLATANTLY AND DISRESPECTFULLY ARGUING WITHDEFAMINGAND DISCREDITING MERILY TUNNESHENDEFOR NO GOOD OR VALID REASON AS WELL AS STEALING FROM HERTO ALL OF THEIR MISFORTUNES THEREFORE, ALTHOUGH I COULD BE KINDRED SPIRITS WITH SANDRA INGERMANAS MUCH AS SHE HAS PUT INTO TH SANDRA INGERMAN, LIKE LOURDES CAMBRIDGEIS A GOOD READS AUTHOR HOWEVER, SHE IS INVOLVED WITH THE MICHAEL HARNER INSTITUTEWHICH IN TURN IS INVOLVED WITH SIMON BUXTON IN THE UK SIMON BUXTON MADE THE MISTAKE OF BLATANTLY AND DISRESPECTFULLY ARGUING WITHDEFAMINGAND DISCREDITING MERILY TUNNESHENDEFOR NO GOOD OR VALID REASON AS WELL AS STEALING FROM HERTO ALL OF THEIR MISFORTUNES THEREFORE, ALTHOUGH I COULD BE KINDRED SPIRITS WITH SANDRA INGERMANAS MUCH AS SHE HAS PUT INTO THE STUDY OF SHAMANISMI CAN NOT WITH GOOD CONSCIENCE RECOMMEND ANY OF THEM AT THIS TIMENOT WITHOUT PROPER AND PERSONAL PURIFICATIONS AND ATONEMENT IT READS BETTER THAN IT LIVES IF THEY WOULD DO SOMETHING LIKE THAT TO A MIRACLEALMOST A GANG BIG BANGTHEN THEY ARE NOT REALLY GOOD STUDENTS THAT WOULD ALSO MEAN THAT THEY ARE NOT GOOD SHAMANSOR GOOD WORKSHOP PRESENTERSOR GOOD AUTHORS THEY ARE JUST A GOOD COLLECTION OF SHAMANIC DATA AND TRIVIAEXPERTISEWITH COMPROMISED RECORDS REPETITIONS AND GLEANED FACTS THERE IS NOT ENOUGH WONDER ALL THAT IS COMBINED WITH SOME SPURIOUSAND AT TIMES INACCURATE REFLECTIONSINTERPRETATIONS AND JUDGEMENTS AND THAT IS VERY COSTLY THEREFORE THIS IS AN IMPROVEMENTGO THIS WAY


  7. Saiisha Saiisha says:

    I enjoyed this introductory book about the Shamanic Path Although much of what I read felt like information I knew already, I appreciated the way it was pulled together, along with commentary and perspectives from 6 different Shamanic practitioners One other aspect of the book that I hadn t expected, but was pleased about, were the various references from other ancient traditions like Tantra, Tibetan Bardos, etc.


  8. Tod Jones Tod Jones says:

    Very interesting and accessible.


  9. Narayan Silva Narayan Silva says:

    This is a very clear, practical and useful book for who wants to start experimenting with shamanic practices I have read it slowly, and have been practicing with my partner with great results so far There s no science into it, so it will definitely sound woo woo stuff for the rational mind Therefore I would only recommend it to people who have had some experiences in their lives that they can t be explained with words and science, and want to pursue a nature based spirituality There are some This is a very clear, practical and useful book for who wants to start experimenting with shamanic practices I have read it slowly, and have been practicing with my partner with great results so far There s no science into it, so it will definitely sound woo woo stuff for the rational mind Therefore I would only recommend it to people who have had some experiences in their lives that they can t be explained with words and science, and want to pursue a nature based spirituality There are some downsides to this book though For example, there is a tough question to be asked about cultural appropriation We can t really know how much the authors honour and give back to the communities they learn from, and those of us who learn those techniques don t really have a way to do that So I hope whoever reads it can accept those learnings from a mindset of gift, and can pay it forward by practicing with love and generosity, instead of making something transactional out of it Another big put off are the final chapters of the book They are Western centric and sound colonialist, even though I believe that wasn t the intention of the authors The predictions and solutions they offer for the societal transition we are going through are also overly simplistic Too bad they didn t stop on the practices and do a short conclusion


  10. Jessica Jessica says:

    Sandra and Hank share personal stories and intimate journeys about shamanism A good portion of this read places focus on understanding death and how to help community members during their experience of death At times Sandra and Hank break down and provides how to steps with these experiences Also, Sandra takes time to focus on children and share her experience with children on how to journey to their spirit animals In addition, important information was shared regarding the power in group ce Sandra and Hank share personal stories and intimate journeys about shamanism A good portion of this read places focus on understanding death and how to help community members during their experience of death At times Sandra and Hank break down and provides how to steps with these experiences Also, Sandra takes time to focus on children and share her experience with children on how to journey to their spirit animals In addition, important information was shared regarding the power in group ceremony and group intention This is an excellent read and I one of my favorites I will be reading this one again


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About the Author: Sandra Ingerman

Sandra Ingerman, MA, the Spirit MOBI î is the author of books, CD programs and the creator of Transmutation App She is a world renowned teacher of shamanism and has been teaching for over years She teaches workshops internationally on shamanic journeying, healing, and Awakening to Kindle - reversing environmental pollution using spiritual methods She has trained and founded an international alliance of Medicine for the Earth Teachers and shamanic teachers Sandra is recognized for bridging ancient cross cultural healing methods into our modern culture addressing the needs of our times Sandra to the Spirit MOBI ñ is devoted to teaching people how we can work together as a global community to bring about positive change for the planet Sandra is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist and Professional Mental Health Counselor She is also a board certified expert on traumatic stress as well as certified in acute traumatic stress management She was awarded the Peace Award from the Global Foundation for Integrative Medicine Sandra was chosen as one of the Top Ten Spiritual Leaders of in the November December Issue of Spirituality and Health.