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Jaguar in the Body, Butterfly in the Heart - The Real-Life Initation Of an Everyday Shaman

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'Shaman', meaning 'intermediary between spirit and the natural world', has become a much overused word in the West. It's not a job title one can give oneself, and in indigenous societies, a shaman is usually born to this role. Ya'Acov Darling Khan is one of the few westerners who have been acknowledged as shamans by indigenous elders or teachers.After being hit by lightning, Ya'Acov took a 30-year journey into the heart of shamanism to seek his own healing, and to learn how he could serve others with the wisdom he acquired through his experiences. He has studied with indigenous teachers from the Arctic Circle to the USA and South America, and has taken part in ceremonies in such diverse locations as Welsh caves to the depths of the Amazon rainforest. Nowadays, Ya'Acov continues to study and regularly journeys to the Ecuadorean Amazon to work alongside the Achuar and Sápara people.For thousands of years, shamans helped the people in their communities remain in balance with themselves, each other, the natural world and the spirit world. This beautifully written book is not only a powerfully honest, humorous and inspiring memoir, but a guidebook for those from many cultures and walks of life wishing to return to their indigenous roots, and be part of midwifing a more benign human presence here on Earth as part of a new dream.

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Ya'Acov Darling Khan is a modern-day shaman (traditional healer), who has studied and practiced with many gifted shamans around the world. He has been recognized as a practicing shaman by Elder Shamans from the Sami (European tradition), and Achuar and Sápara peoples of the Amazon. He is one of the foremost teachers of embodied consciousness worldwide and the Co-founder of Movement Medicine Contemporary Shamanism, which he teaches worldwide. www.schoolofmovementmedicine.com

Zusammenfassung

'Shaman', meaning 'intermediary between spirit and the natural world', has become a much overused word in the West. It's not a job title one can give oneself, and in indigenous societies, a shaman is usually born to this role. Ya'Acov Darling Khan is one of the few westerners who have been acknowledged as shamans by indigenous elders or teachers.

After being hit by lightning, Ya'Acov took a 30-year journey into the heart of shamanism to seek his own healing, and to learn how he could serve others with the wisdom he acquired through his experiences. He has studied with indigenous teachers from the Arctic Circle to the USA and South America, and has taken part in ceremonies in such diverse locations as Welsh caves to the depths of the Amazon rainforest. Nowadays, Ya'Acov continues to study and regularly journeys to the Ecuadorean Amazon to work alongside the Achuar and Sápara people.

For thousands of years, shamans helped the people in their communities remain in balance with themselves, each other, the natural world and the spirit world. This beautifully written book is not only a powerfully honest, humorous and inspiring memoir, but a guidebook for those from many cultures and walks of life wishing to return to their indigenous roots, and be part of midwifing a more benign human presence here on Earth as part of a new dream.

Bericht

Jaguar in the Body, Butterfly in the Heart is a magnificent adventure story that travels like an arrow right into the heart of what it means to be a conscious human being. Like all stories told with unflinching honesty and humility, this one has the potential to heal the reader, and help him or her remember who they really truly are. Dr Christiane Northrup, New York Times bestselling author of Goddesses Never Age and Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom

Produktdetails

Autoren Ya’Acov Darling Khan, YaAcov Darling Khan, Ya'Acov Darling Khan, Ya'acov Darling Khan
Verlag Hay House
 
Sprache Englisch
Produktform Taschenbuch
Erschienen 06.06.2017
 
EAN 9781781808221
ISBN 978-1-78180-822-1
Seiten 269
Abmessung 152 mm x 229 mm x 23 mm
Themen Ratgeber > Spiritualität > Esoterik
Sachbuch > Psychologie, Esoterik, Spiritualität, Anthroposophie > Parapsychologie, Grenzwissenschaften

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