by Chris Lüttichau
‘The Setting of the Sun’ is a shamanic method of breathwork to clear the events of the day from your mind and heart, enabling deeper dreams.
Shamans tell us that is time to take the heritage of our ancient wisdom and step forward into a new world, leaving behind outdated ways.
Let the jaguar teach you how to observe yourself, to track your own patterns, and ultimately to embrace death in order to live life fully.
A shaman is ‘the one who sees’. What kind of seeing is this, and how can a person enter into it safely, and with respect for the origins of shamanic knowledge and practice?
Discover how the humble beetle can teach you about renewal, the power of spirit, and the protection of trust – very different from that of fear.
One of our most common birds, pigeons bring us the challenge of ‘seeing’ in the shamanic sense, a way that opens the heart to deeper layers of meaning.
Here is a bird that demonstrates a mastery of invisibility, yet teaches the power of sharing what’s in the dark.
The journey from your head to your heart can be a long one. Our hearts know the deep joy of just being alive, but fear can confuse us.
Knowing a power animal can benefit not just the individual in their authentic self, but also the whole circle of life. Read more about how a power animal can enhance your access to the guidance of your instinctual wisdom.
What does it mean to walk the path of the Lone Wolf? Find out more about leaving behind the world that you know, being willing to take a risk, and set out into the unknown in order to find yourself, your power, your true destiny.
There are two fundamental aspects to the mind: the inner mind and the outer mind. The inner mind is a shamanic mind that has a spiritual essence, and it understands that all of life is connected…
Chris explains what is involved in authentic shamanic training which is true to traditional shamanism – training in which the heart and spirit of this ancient tradition is kept alive and vibrant, and this essence pervades all the teachings.