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Our conformist-oriented society makes it hard to find yourself! Thus, there is no greater challenge than trying to discover the authentic you. Here are some suggestions.

How To Get Rid of Bad Energy by Walking The Warrior’s Path Around The Medicine Wheel

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Bringing balance to your soul and peace to your head.

The Medicine Wheel is rooted deeply in antiquity, its presence evident in most every ancient culture, though it is known by many names. The symbol of a circle which comprises the Medicine Wheel carries great power and mystery, from microcosm to the macrocosm. The paths of protons/neutrons, of planets and galaxies, the shape of unity (as with a wedding ring) or of destruction (as with a tornado)—few symbols can match such complexity or breadth. Traveling around the medicine wheel, though, can sometimes seem like walking through a labyrinth with our eyes closed.

Discovering the holiness of the Medicine Wheel comes with what I call the Sacred Passage, and is a way for the spiritual warrior to at least approach life with his or her eyes wide open. I thank the late British shaman Kenneth Meadows for inspiring my thoughts about this.

Entering onto the path of the Wheel does not guarantee an instant fix. Rather, it’s an outline for developing an effective means of ridding yourself of negative energy as well as returning to your center. It can become a way of life, a way of the spiritual warrior. If you would like to try to walk the warrior’s path around the medicine wheel, give a few minutes of reflection before starting.

Also, as options, if you have a drum, give it four loud raps when you arrive at each of the cardinal points (or clap loudly four times if you don’t have a drum). You can light a candle at each of the points, too, as you reach them, while also lighting a larger, prettier candle in the center.

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Playing a drum can get you started on the journey.

Starting the Journey

The warrior’s journey begins in the North, the place of battle.

For this short piece, not meant to be the end all of discussions on the subject, concentrate on the North in terms of the ego. That is the trigger point for bad energies to begin with. Bad energy begets bad energy.  If you truly wish to be in harmony—and, after all, all warriors would rather have harmony than war—you should understand the importance of sublimating the ego in favor of healing and service. It’s not an easy task, for sure, nor quickly accomplished. Sometimes, it is not even obvious that you are in a battle! Rather, you merely sense that something is amiss, you don’t feel centered, or you sense bad energies.

For now, be content with beginning in the North and simply acknowledging that you may have to return here often to face the battle with our own ego, prejudices, angers and other emotions which require attention. You will automatically find yourself here when you perceive yourself surrounded by negative energy.

The goal in the North is to be both strong yet humble with the heart, at which point you can overcome the negative energies. Put your mind in neutral and open your heart, the place of your power. Ask for help! Say it out loud, like this: “Grandfathers, grandmothers, I need help. Great Spirit (or whatever term you prefer for the divine), please help me to find the answers to your mysteries so that I may be in service to all.” Then be in silence and contemplation.

In time, which can range from minutes to even hours or days, you will be led around the circle to the West, the place of change and transition. Often associated with death, this direction marks the end of things, closure. It is a relief when you can move the battle here, for you will be empowered to let go of the negative and allow for positive change, if you are open that is. It’s the place where you leave old baggage behind, the graveyard for things which no longer serve you. Light a candle then write down a list of things that are bothering you. Then burn the list, or bury it. Stand over the remains and say a prayer of thanksgiving for what you learned. Symbolically, you have buried the dead. Blow out the candle then turn your back and walk away.

Next, to fully integrate the change, you must then move to the East, the place of fresh new beginnings.

That will move you through the Center, a most holy place long known in Celtic lands to represent the “King’s” or “Queen’s” position, or the “sovereign center.” Other traditions know this space as Wakan Tanka, Great Spirit, Mother/Father, God, or the “sacred center.” Light your candle there, then move on, as you’ll discover more about the Center later on in this outline.

Arriving at the East, light the candle and watch the rise of the bright light of promise and the start of a new way of being. It represents the rising sun. So, linger with the light and allow it to chase away any darkness. Offer gratitude. If possible, have a small bowl of fresh spring water placed beside the candle, and after lighting the candle, symbolically wash yourself with it after first raising it upwards and asking that it be energized and empowered for your use. Dip your fingers into the water then close your eyes while you slowly run your fingers up your arms, up along your neck, cheeks and to the top of your head. Allow yourself to feel the cleansing power of the silvery water. Be with the silence. Grace will be your reward.

And if you nurture it, you will soon find yourself moving to the South, the position of creation, expression and abundance. Such a lovely place to be! Light the candle, feel its warmth like that of the sun, of growing things, of life itself! The South is the place of music, too, so sing aloud and feel the up-welling of beautiful positive energy embracing you. Oh!

But life seldom remains the same, and before you know it, you may be drawn around the circle to the West once again, where change awaits. Whereas the East gave a new beginning to fresh ideas and inspiration, and then the South gave rise to the full flowering of your intentions, all things diminish over time.

This time, the change may be the falling away of things you would rather hold on to, but you must recognize the lesson inherent in such circumstance. If you can do so, then you can move once again through the Center and back to the East where, inevitably, the promise of something new awaits. Should you remain open, perhaps you will grow faster than you ever imagined. If not, and if you instead choose fear or become confused as to what to do next, you will once again find yourself returning to the North, where you must renew the battle.

The Secret of the Wheel

Life has a way, as do our choices, of moving us around the Wheel and of teaching us these wonderful, if sometimes perplexing lessons. And throughout our journey, we do occasionally find ourselves in the Center, the place where we are in union with All That Is. It is a great irony that although the Center is our true nature, who we are, we seldom feel worthy of staying there.

Then again, if we feel overly worthy via our ego, we cannot occupy that place, no matter how hard we try or may desire to. Thus, to “find one’s center,” one must actually not look for it! You will simply know when you are there. And that is the place where healing occurs, where the warrior comes to know peace and discovers a higher purpose in service to others.

All together, these travels over our lifetimes form the shape of a figure eight, (8) the sacred symbol of infinity. No beginning or end. It is the sublime symbol of existence that we carve while making our Sacred Passage. Being in the flow of it is the secret to your spiritual warrior’s heart and the beautiful expression of beautiful you!

Aho & Namaste,
Bob

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Back To Enlightenment

Many people continue to ask for suggestions about how to step onto a spiritual path. They feel stuck in their present lifestyle and want change!

I know how they feel. I can recall similar stirrings in my soul from a long ago past when I would have given anything to have been connected with a greater something that would somehow help me to understand life, to seize the meaning of it all, to be free!

Well, here’s the uncomplicated truth of the matter, at least from my perspective as a time surfer across many decades. Be who you are. From this moment forward.

Ah! That’s the rub isn’t it? You go through life and get in the groove, a routine, and it all seems okay. Then, boom! One day it all seems to be not okay. It’s like a warble, a shift of some kind, and suddenly your ship seems to be without a captain…or a navigator! And finding your way becomes more and more difficult as you perceive yourself to be further and further away from something authentic.

I see this all the time. People are infinitely complicating their lives while thinking they are simplifying their lives, all in the search for the authentic self.

So here are some suggestions that may help you unplug from the unreal and into the real. They were originally posted in early 2012 and were taken from notes I rely on when teaching classes and giving presentations.

Seven Steps To Doing The Work

Okay, first I want to tackle the concept of “DOING THE WORK.” And wow, so many people have told me about their frustration with what they perceive as a lack of any, or at least very slow progress along their spiritual path once they decide to explore it. Well, I sure understand that feeling, completely, having experienced it over and over myself. I mean, really, why can’t it be easier? I want truth and I want it now. Gimme the God pill, already!

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Two Godnow pills a day will bring instant enlightenment!

Well, until we can pop into the local drugstore and get that prescription filled, though, we will have to do the old fashioned work. Our impatience is the result of ego, sure that there are answers there for the taking, that we can know God, master our lives and know perfection, with the result of unlimited good stuff and no suffering. And all in the space of a few days or weeks!

But timeless questions don’t work that way, and neither do the answers. In fact, and in my own experience, there has only been one such answer forthcoming rather quickly. Love.

There it is.

In and of itself, that’s a hard one to grasp. Oh, it’s easy when it comes to things and people we are fond of, but it seems impossible for things, tasks, people and all other aspects of life that we don’t like. That takes practice—to love something or someone you don’t like. I’m certainly not a master of that yet! It may take a lifetime or many lifetimes to accomplish such a state of awareness and acceptance. But it sure is time to start.

So love is one answer, the most important answer, but it is certainly not the only answer. And even it has more layers than we can know.

Self Love

Spiritual seekers are always searching beyond prescribed boundaries for meaning in their lives. And yet, that does not mean that it comes from the outside, but rather from the inside. That was the message, I believe, which Jesus attempted to deliver. In short, doing the work empowers you from the inside…as opposed to looking for power outside of yourself, or looking to powerful others to tell you what to do, who to be, etc.

To achieve a new world of enlightenment and peace, it all has to start where most of human kind has not gone before: the unexplored territory of the inner self. Of all the scary places humans try to avoid, this may be the most terrifying. But, why? Well, it sort of goes like this. We’re told that concentrating on ourselves is Narcissistic. Too much admiration will result in our being conceited and obnoxious. Always better to help others. And this: if we examine ourselves, we are terrified of finding ourselves lacking in __________, or feeling angry, regretful or guilty about______________(fill in the blanks).

In fact, Narcissism and such is a compulsion that replays constantly in one’s head, and at its worst, it is pathologically damaging. I don’t think most people experience this compulsion to such an extent, and I really doubt that true spiritual seekers suffer from it at all, given that they sense there is far more to existence than what they see in the mirror. Fear, terror, regret and guilt about ourselves, on the other hand, are immobilizing emotions like layers of an onion that cover up an inner truth wanting to burst out—accept, forgive, move on! But you gotta do the work to overcome any Narcissistic tendencies or to peel the onion.

It begins with finding self love first, then not lingering on it. Helping others come next.

It’s simple, really: Love begins at home, in the heart. And how can you love others without knowing the depths of your own self, both the shadow and the beautiful fountain of love that wells up from within you, and the power this gives you?

Inevitably, the search for self love begins with the search for the Divine (a term I use for convenience, and ask that you try to strip it of the usual confusion attached to it from competing religions and philosophies). Once you begin this search, it’s a wild ride. It’s like the teacher Carolyn Myss says, if you ask to see the face of God, you’d better fasten your seat belt. All of the false stuff in your life will fall away. I can practically guarantee these will include:

  • •    The loss or radical alterations of some relationships; the forming of new ones
    •    A near complete reassessment of your occupation and life goals
    •    A big change in your perception of the world
    •    The surprising disposal of most all of the things you currently think are indispensable

I could mention more, a whole lot more, but I don’t want to scare you off the trail before you even step onto it. Why? Because it’s worth the trip!

To do the work, awakened to your own worth and to the meaning of serving others, there is a period of time needed for facing your shadow side and for then lifting yourself above the level of your ego and the external influences that keep you held down like a slave. And these require you to work at it. And yes, doing the work is “work!” in the sense that you have to have both discipline and an attitude of responsibility to your self development, just like most other important things in life.

Spending effort to “get spiritual” isn’t something that appeals to most people in a world where conquering life and having all the stuff we can lay our hands on is the generally-accepted goal, as promoted by the world at large. So, many people settle for shortcuts to their spiritual lives in order to have more time to scramble for the stuff and pleasures, getting a more satisfying relationship, obtaining a great car, having the perfect smart phone (with voice / retina recognition and an incredible display!)—always seeking, grasping, restless and unfulfilled in the quiet moments…never really satisfied. Buy, buy, buy!

Well, if that’s the case with you, and if you don’t feel whole and comfortable in your skin, then it’s really an invitation from your soul to “do the work.”

In my experience, I’ve found that doing the work involves at least seven points to consider. I’ll be brief, I promise. I know you’re in a hurry!

OneThe first step is simple, yet profound. And that is to declare to yourself that you are ready to undertake the work, and that you will dedicate yourself to it, for however long it may take. (Of course, this is voluntary, and you can get off the train anytime you wish and go back to the way you were.) But making a good declaration and affirming it can go a long way toward helping you to step onto or remain on the path, and to continue to explore it.

TwoNext, doing the work requires working the brain and the mind on subjects of a spiritual nature. Though we aren’t necessarily only what our brains may perceive us to be, we do have to work the brain to get in tandem with whatever else we may be in order to build some momentum. So that means we have to read, and read widely, for starters. The ancient holy books are a good possible starting place, for they will help you understand the basics of the world’s religions and spiritual thought and thus give you some points to consider about whether you accept or reject what their writers observed. And doing this tells your brain that you are putting a priority on something you want it to continue to grok, or to think about, even when you sleep.

Oh, I’m not going to tell you what to read, for this is impossible. Besides, it’s part of the real fun of awakening, for you get to finally get in touch with yourself for direction. So, this requires some inner work of a different kind which I’ll talk about later. In essence though, it is listening to your inner voice, which often is the translator of Spirit.

ThreeAlso, doing the work requires an open mind. The whole exercise, after all, is to set out on a quest for something that you can not yet identify. So if you do it with expecting to find something you already know to be true or possible, what’s the point? Rather, one should go into it not only to discover new things, but to challenge things you take for granted. After all, you’re tired of the way things are, so to change, you are going to have to change many things you are currently relying on that make you tired of them! Explorer Jacques Cousteau said it best: ‘Don’t be a slave to your own beliefs.” Right on!

FourTo do the work, one must also find a way to make the work at least partially enjoyable, else it will all begin to taste like sour medicine…or seem like hard work! Hey, it’s a volunteer job, so have some fun while you’re doing it. You’re in charge, after all, so make some rules that allow for fun! Eventually, fun will turn into its more potent form: joy! Then you’re in the zone!

At the same time, you will have to accept that some things are going to make you upset. Let’s face it, not many jobs are always easy.

Five I think it’s also valuable to understand that the work doesn’t have a definable end. Perhaps that’s one of the most difficult parts of awakening. One just keeps on keeping on. Oh, I’m not saying there isn’t a point, nor even that there isn’t a goal. For sure there are both! But, once again, it’s such a personal thing that there is no way for someone else to tell you what it is, and likewise, there’s no way to know it for yourself until you have found it. And it doesn’t come in full meal deals, but in appetizers. So you must have patience, and if you don’t have patience, then be prepared to learn lessons in patience, for Spirit is patient and will help you learn how to be so.

Doing the work is sometimes like starting a journey, but not quite knowing the destination. Like so many masters I’ve read about and a few I’ve met, it seems the process is, rather than sprinting, more like wandering toward enlightenment. Intriguingly, it’s also one of those things that, should you achieve it, you no longer find it important! Why? Because you are enlightened! Enlightened people don’t ask themselves if they’re enlightened! And they seldom advertise it. Get it?

six wI also believe one must develop a spiritual ritual and discipline of some sort, where you can both track your progress, as in journaling or somehow recording your thoughts and observations along the way, while also honoring what you’ve learned. You can do this by developing your own ceremonies and rituals, or by making a special place where you can place a favorite book or whatever physical object you have found that is somehow symbolic and instructive of your quest to date. All religions have such special places and ceremonies, and that’s for the simple reason that they recognize the human need for spiritual connection and ritual. Some people find it difficult to connect with things that others find important, so there’s no reason why you can’t make your own and do it yourself.

seven wAnd finally, I think it’s immensely helpful to find someone to share your findings with, and to ask questions of, and to bounce around ideas with. But of course, doing the work is still up to you. In the same vein, you can also call upon helping guides and spirits to help you when possible.

That’s it, seven ways to starting and maintaining your spiritual journey. It’s hard work, but fun too. And there are big payoffs from time to time along the way to make it worthwhile. It is a trip toward your authentic self, to who you are and always have been. It is your journey back to enlightenment.

And if you reach it, please send me a picture postcard— I would like to know where it is!

Aho & Namaste,
Bob

Note:
There are many, many ways to develop your own rituals and ceremonies on your path. If you’re interested in shamanism and its beautiful ceremonies, I can give you some ideas to help get you started. Begin by checking out the category archives here on the blog. I’ll soon be posting a lot of links to connect you with other explorers, too.

Three Easy Ways To Spiritually Connect With Mother Earth

eagle in flightPeople often ask me how to connect spiritually with Mother Earth. It’s a legitimate question because many people seldom even think about our home planet. It’s taken for granted, and in some cases even becomes invisible in a way, as we walk or drive on it, fly over it or swim in it without considering it as a whole. About the only instances when most people notice the earth is during natural disasters, or when they come across a beautiful part of the planet.

It is easy to feel spiritually connected with the Earth at times, say when you are watching a beautiful sunset lighting her beaches or mountains, or when you are awestruck while traveling in her lush valleys or along her breathtaking mountaintops. But what other circumstances can you influence on a daily basis in order to appreciate the entire being that is the Earth Mother? And how can you connect with her in a way to uplift your spirit?

Here are three simple ideas:

1.) Spend at least five minutes each morning in nature, year round. You may need to get up a wee bit earlier, but your effort will be greatly rewarded. And it will soon be a habit. But, how does one get into nature if, say, you live in a highrise building or reside in the center of a crowded city? It’s easy! Step outside! Presto! You are in nature. (In some cases, like if there is no balcony on your apartment, you can simply open a window and stand as close to its open space as is practical and safe.)

The trick is to get in tune with it. You begin, of course, with breathing. Close your eyes and slowly take in the outside air through your nostrils, filling your lungs to capacity before holding it for several seconds. Then slowly let out the breath through your mouth. Repeat this at least three times. Then, keeping your eyes closed, return to breathing normally, except that with each breath, give thanks to Mother Earth for providing the air you are breathing. Thank her for sustaining you. Even if you are standing on concrete (even on the 35th floor), feel the earth beneath your feet and the sun or stars overhead. Let your thoughts drift away with each exhalation. Simply be with the air on each inhalation. Your breath is the Earth Mother’s breath. Then, listen for and be in nature, even if where you live is noisy. Can you hear a bird? A breeze? Feel the sun? Sense the temperature? Express gratitude to each and all, and to life itself. There is a rhythm to it all, and the closer you get to it, the better you will feel.

2.) The second suggestion is to deliberately go into nature and take off your shoes and socks, put your bare feet on the ground or in a stream, lake, pond, ocean, etc. and sense the world through your feet. Walk around a bit.

If on the ground, try not to leave tracks, or even to step on blooming ground cover (like red or white clover or tiny flowers). While it’s nearly impossible to do so, the attention you give to your footsteps will help you get in tune with the life beneath your feet and to develop more respect for it. Finally, find a quiet spot and sit down, then close your eyes. Allow the sensations of the earth and nature to fill you and to push all other thoughts from your mind.

If you’re in water, try not to splash it. Glide through it and feel it against your skin. Then, stand in one spot, or sit in a comfortable pool, and close your eyes. Allow the water to teach you how to be still and to wash other thoughts from your mind. Sense the currents if you are in moving water and allow them to help you sense a direction in your life that will result in a higher appreciation for the Earth. Let the water cleanse your soul while you remain in your position for at least 30 minutes or longer.

I always suggest that people put their bare feet on the ground or in water (or both) every day, all year long. Obviously, this can be a dicey proposition during the winter, so use your judgment when you think it imprudent to step onto a frozen surface or during an inclement day. But even briefly touching a snowdrift or a frozen puddle or sticking a bare toe out the door into nature can be a breakthrough moment for your consciousness and the awareness of the earth’s seasonal energy shifts. And if you are stuck in an apartment, throw open the window and allow the cold air to briefly pour over your bare feet while you do the exercises above. It’s all like doing a meditation, except that you are actively engaging the experience.

3.) Each time before you drift off to sleep, express gratitude to Mother Earth. Thank her for all of life, for breath, for your heartbeats, for water and the food you eat. Ask that you develop a deeper understanding of and appreciation for her existence. You could say something like this at the end: “I ask for more knowledge about Mother Earth and for how I can grow spiritually and be in harmonious service with it.”

When morning comes, or when you next leave your residence, take a pinch of birdseed from a bowl you’ve placed near the door and, stepping outside, scatter the seeds. Doesn’t matter if you sprinkle them on grass or pavement. You are making a kind gesture in return for what Mother Earth is teaching you.

There are many more ways to connect with this beautiful being, of course, but if you can do these, you will not need anyone to suggest what to do next. You will know the way.

It’s the way of the heart, a mother’s way.

Aho & Namaste,
Bob

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How to Prepare for a Shaman Training Class

 

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Joining a shamanic circle is helping to complete the circle of transformation currently happening among many people around the world.

What can you expect on the first day of shaman training? How to prepare? What to bring?

Each shaman teacher will approach the start of training in a different way, of course. But the one thing all teachers and students have in common is the anticipation of the beginning of a sacred
journey of exploration, discovery and spiritual healing. So right off, you all have a common purpose, which begins to build special power for the work ahead.

For most people who begin shaman training, there comes the realization that the journey is one you began long ago. And it’s a journey without end. In other words, and as some of the old shamans have taught, the journey continues long after the body has melded back into the body of the Earth Mother to be re-formed.

In my experience as a student, the first day of training answered a dilemma that had long intrigued and confused me— why did some of concepts of shamanism seem so familiar to me? You may experience the same thing. I was shocked to learn that I had been a healer in previous lives! And more likely than not, you too practiced and taught the healing ways over many lifetimes. Otherwise, you would probably not have felt the urge to join a class.

It works something like this. Your shamanic memories are buried deep inside, and when you step into a new life, that part of you remains asleep. It is only when something occurs, perhaps something so small that you do not consciously know it, but that nonetheless needles the start of an urge that builds over time. It is a quest that calls to you, and it’s unrelenting, even though you can’t identify it. And then, quite by surprise, you discover a budding interest in helping people heal. Perhaps you even discover some healing talents, like placing a hand on someone’s shoulder and wishing them a speedy recovery from a disease. And then to find out later that the person did indeed have a speedy recovery!

The job of the teacher, then, is to help you to remember who you are and thus to help awaken the healer inside. That is the basis of the first class!

Preparation

Preparing for your first shamanism class is a very personal undertaking. I always ask students to spend as much time as possible in nature and to perform a few tasks during the week leading up to the class. It is in nature that you will receive your Ph.D. in shamanism and spiritual healing!

Being in nature is the most important thing you can do because teachers await there who will help you prepare. They are the trees, grass, sky, a stream, birds and other animals, a breeze, a sudden silence. They are separate and whole simultaneously, each carrying a spiritual message and providing help and support to you. Other guides and spiritual advisers will join the circle there, too, even though they may not inhabit a body that you can see.

You honor them all by going where they are, and they honor you for being there.

I can think of no better way to prepare than to sit up against a tree after a long walk in the woods. If you will do this once a day for four or five days before your first class, you’ll be good to go!

What To Bring?

Your teacher will probably suggest a number of items you can bring to class, including a drum, rattle, blanket, sleeping mask (to help keep light out of your eyes while learning the shamanic journey), a journal and so forth. I ask students to bring a few “souvenirs” from their time in the woods, like small pebbles, a bit of a leaf or tree bark, a flower petal, a feather or any other small item that calls their attention. I suggest they perform a short ceremony to ask permission to retrieve the item beforehand. Then, once in class, they will find comfort in holding the items and in recalling their peaceful experience in nature. If you do this, I guarantee you be in tune with whatever your teacher has to offer for the day when you form the healing circle. (And you will have a head start on the sacred items you may want to add to your medicine pouch.)

Though teachers differ in their approach and priorities, I believe you’ll find that these few steps of preparation will serve you well at the start of your journey.

Brightest blessings to you, to your teacher, and to all of those around you, my friend. You are about to change the world…for the better.

Aho & Namaste,
Bob

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Three Allies To Help You Awaken Your Spiritual Power

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Meet Your Three Guardians

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I have written extensively about “going inside” and awakening your spiritual power. It’s time to do it, you know, because it’s time to remember who you are. And that’s impossible without connecting with this special power.

Oh, it’s not something I give you. Fact is, you began your Earth walk with this power. It was granted to you long before your birth. It’s not gone anywhere, you just need to get in touch with it. It’s inside, waiting to be recognized. And I can help you do it.

 Do Any of These Reflect Your Current Situation?

  • You cannot find a fulfilling sense of connection with Spirit. You constantly feel tired and/or frustrated.
  • You have not settled into a satisfying lifestyle or profession.
  • You know there is more to your spiritual life, but can’t seem to figure out how to tap into it.
  • Your relationship(s) are disappointing.
  • You cannot seem to find happiness or satisfaction.
  • You seem to have a hair trigger of anger that can go off at the slightest provocation.
  • Buying things seldom gives you more than temporary happiness.

A “yes” answer to any of these may be because you’re not in touch with your power. I have helped many people like you to find or focus their power by identifying their three Prime Guardians.

The plain truth is that you are never alone. These three spirit guides await you. They have been with you since you started your Earth journey, and they have certainly helped you to survive to this point. Even though you might not remember your true spiritual identity or the presence of your Guides, they are with you nonetheless. And like all relationships, the more you learn to recognize, accept, connect, and communicate with them the stronger your spiritual connectedness will be, and the greater your personal power will become. Once you hear their names and we discuss them during our phone call, you will go instantly to a new level of understanding of how to be in a very personal partnership with these three Guardians to:

  • Overcome life’s problems, loneliness, frustrations
  • Gain clarity about your life purpose
  • See clearly Spirit’s messages just for you
  • Make good decisions
  • Experience the love and support of your greater spiritual family
  • Empower your attitude and confidence
  • Be led to healthy new relationships and be guided in the healing of relationship wounds
  • Achieve fulfillment as you walk the earth path
  • Develop harmony of mind, body, and spirit

Your prime guardians await. Find out who they are today and awaken your spiritual power. When you are ready for loving guidance and unfailing support, this is a first step into a lasting spiritual relationship that can change your life!

For friends and family, this makes a wonderful gift, as well. Only $100. Please check the TVD Site for details under “Shaman On Call.”

Aho & Namaste,

Bob

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