Why Is Wyld Shamanism Important?
Why is Wyld Shamanism important?
The shaman traditionally was the healer and the bridge between the worlds for the tribe. They were people of very high standing. They understood the silent language of the rivers, the rocks, the trees, elementals, the unseen, the animals, and the spirits of the dead. They were wise men and women. I was born with these gifts and was instructed to use them for other people and their animals for over thirty years. So that I could develop other gifts. So that I could grow. It is how I came to run a sanctuary. You can read more about my work in this field in my book Secret Animal Business.
I believe that one of the root causes of the problems on the planet is that we are disconnected from the natural and spiritual worlds. When we are unconscious about what we put in our bodies and just go along sleepily in the material world, we lose sight of the point of our existence. Which isn’t to kill, harm, or hurt anything in any way. It’s to evolve. And the animals, nature, and beings from the invisible worlds have so much to teach us.
Wyld Shamanism is a Celtic-flavoured path which I’ve been working on in one form or another my whole life. Its lore comes from Long Ago, before humans hurt their “little brothers and sisters”. Being an animal telepath means I have extra access to the personal truths of animals in my and other’s care, and these truths become threads woven throughout the teaching.
Further, Wyld Shamanism is a path of non-violence and loving kindnesss to all animals in thought word or deed. I teach respect and sovereignty.
The problem I find with many animal communicators and spiritual teachers is that while spouting love for animals and nature, they are still caught in the old paradigm of eating them. (See my post Why Aren’t More Spiritual People Vegan?) If we want more balance in the world, we need to be fully awake walking in Beauty, understanding the true sovereignty of every living thing.
I soo agree <3 And I just signed up for the class " Wyld Shamanism… " I hope I can leave much beuty after me on earth.