21st Century Shamanism: Integrate the Shamanic Lifestyle

Sunday, September 30th, 2012
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Satsang with the Self
Video: 177
Date: September 30, 2012
Title: 21st Century Shamanism: Integrate the Shamanic Lifestyle
Running Time: 63:17
Parts: 7

21st Century Shamanism: Integrate the Shamanic Lifestyle

Integrate all of the 21st Century Shamanism teachings in this follow-up video. Learn how the lessons on cultivating inner silence, impeccable action, conquering fear, learning from death, living with purpose, erasing personal history, and empowering yourself all together create a total system for spiritual success and self-mastery.

Shamanism has been examined by different people in different ways. Anthropologists and academics view the superficial rituals, relics and social customs. Some shamanic schools focus on personal power and greed. Others focus on magic, mystery or plant medicine. In these videos, the Higher Self has focused on inner cultivation through the path of knowledge and direct experience. There are many ways to embrace the wisdom of our ancestors and to benefit from the knowledge of shamanism.

One more 21st Century Shamanism videos will be released following this video. The topic will be energy healing and self-transfromation using shamanic principles and skills. May all of the 21st Century Shamanism videos bring you light, Love, peace and profound inner transformation.

Many blessings and much Love!

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  1. Jah says:

    Thank you Lincoln. Today the inner silence came freely.

  2. Lincoln says:

    Excellent Jah. Notice how you achieved this state. Working with the mind is like building any skill. We must pay careful attention to the direct experience, understand how to create in this part of our human selves. Think of a child learning to walk. Direct focus, concentrated, repeated action, trial and error, perfection.

  3. Jah says:

    Some days this becomes easier than other days. Thank you Lincoln.

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