Cats Claw gets its name because of its curved hook-like thorns. This is a plant that has been used for thousands of years in […]
Vanessa Ellen | Cacao ceremonies can be held in so many different ways it really is down to the facilitator and what experience they are […]
Jess Lewis | Gua Sha is taking Instagram by storm with nearly 70k posts appearing under #guasha, but what’s all the fuss about? Gua Sha […]
Jess Lewis | I came across Dragon’s Blood a few years ago after a shaman gave me a bottle to use in case I ‘needed […]
Jess Lewis | Every single day, before dawn, members of the Kichwas tribe gather together around a communal fire and drink Guayusa (Guayusa Ilex, pronounced […]
Jeremy Hance, Mongabay A new short film documents the journey of an Amazonian tribe hiking deep into their territory to encounter a mysterious stone countenance that […]
Gary Z McGee “People suffer only because they take seriously what the gods made for fun.” ~Alan Watts It turns out that enlightenment is just having a […]
There’s an old saying, rumored to be an ancient Chinese curse, but it’s been a favorite in the West for some time now. “May you […]
Phillip J Watt The role of the Shaman in the original peoples is to resolve issues of the tribe that other members were unable to […]
Gary Z McGee “We need shamans, and if society doesn’t provide them, the universe will.” ~Joe Lewels In the article The Archetypal Path to Getting Your Shit […]
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