SUSAN GRIMALDI joins us again this week. She is a member of the Choctaw Nation, and is world renowned for her Documentaries on Shamanism in China and Mongolia. She has practiced Shamanism for over 35 years, and has participated in more that 10,000 healings. She will be sharing wisdom and insights from her vast experience, so all practicing healers, listen up. This is your chance to hear amazing stories from a true Native American Shaman that may enhance your own practice.
MICHAEL DUNNING is known as the Yew Shaman. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, had a series of encounters with Elemental Spirits and near death experiences which led to visions, out of body and altered states of consciousness, as well as intense physical pain. His health was completely destroyed, but an encounter and long nine year apprenticeship with an ancient Yew Tree healed him, and taught and initiated him into the way of a Shaman. He now resides in the United States where he practices Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and teaches the wisdom of the Yew Tree.
RENATA & STEVEN ASH in England will rejoin us to continue the conversation we started on March 15 about the 13 Chakras, the meanings of the ones above the head, and how they have developed flower and crystal essences to work directly with the chakras. Renata will share how she has felt called to channel the energy of Quan Yin, and to perform the wonderful Sabai Ceremony. Join us for a special Quan Yin Blessing!
WABUN WIND joins Caroline to discuss allopathic medicine, wholistic medicine, and traditional Shamanic practices.
ELIOT COWAN, author of "Planet Spirit Medicine", will share his journey into Shamanism, and how he came to work with the Spirits of Plants to heal body, mind, and spirit. He studied herbalism in the 60s, earned a Masters Degree in Acupuncture in the 70s, and went on to apprentice for many years with Huichol Shaman Don Guadelupe Gonzalos Rios in Mexico. He was initiated by Don Guadalupe to be a guide to Shamanic apprentices in the Huichol tradition.