Ok - I may be setting the cat amongst the pigeons her, but I'm a bit confused
So many times I see shamans as describing themselves a being on a lonely path. I just don't understand it.
Since I've been on the shamonic path, I've linked up with my bear, wolf, kestrel & bilby, I have numerous guides who have taken me through various journeys and have even met up with Sparky, my pegasus/Unicorn, who facilitates going to other lands when doing a soul journey for other people. I have my guides with me all the time (especially Bear) - how can I feel lonely?Perhaps its because as a shaman we need to take a considered look within - this does feel very unconfortable, especially when you uncover things that you would rather not look at, but ultimately it is freeing. Facing the worst in yourself and living with it/ transforming it must be the most liberating experience, at least once you've come to terms with it
I can't say I'm there yet, but I'm trying
I have started doing journeys for other people in conjunction with another shaman ( I 'see', she is able to 'feel' and is able to ask relevant questions on behalf of other people) I haven't been able to find anything like this in the literature (ie shamans working inconjunction with each other to the same goal), but as shamanism seems to be more active than prescribed, I wonder if anyone else knows if anyone else has worked in this way? I can't believe its not been tried before. Its been remarkably effective for us, so I would love to know.
Whoa - sorry for the conundrum just as the holiday approaches!!
Have a good one everyone