Author: Kingsley, Peter
Revealing a forgotten truth in the present day, this account illuminates the crumbling political and economic structures of the West, shedding light on an ongoing and arduous search for a sense of purpose. Recounting a true story, this exploration tells of a wandering Mongol shaman who made a dramatic appearance around the Mediterranean centuries before the time of Christ. Highlighting how this nomad came as an envoy on a mission of purification, this study records how he met with a man who became tremendously influential in Western science, philosophy, culture, and religion: Pythagoras. Learn More$14.95
This is a Self-help (how to) book for improving healing results using the Divine Love Group Healing Process.Learn More$14.75
An unprecedented account of the shaman's world and the way it is entered.Learn More$14.99
"A dazzling work of personal travelogue and cultural criticism that ranges from the primitive to the postmodern in a quest for the promise and meaning of the psychedelic experience.
While psychedelics of all sorts are demonized in America today, the visionary compounds found in plants are the spiritual sacraments of tribal cultures around the world. From the iboga of the Bwiti in Gabon, to the Mazatecs of Mexico, these plants are sacred because they awaken the mind to other levels of awareness--to a holographic vision of the universe.
"Breaking Open the Head is a passionate, multilayered, and sometimes rashly personal inquiry into this deep division. On one level, Daniel Pinchbeck tells the story of the encounters between the modern consciousness of the West and these sacramental substances, including such thinkers as Allen Ginsberg, Antonin Artaud, Walter Benjamin, and Terence McKenna, and a new underground of present-day ethnobotanists, chemists, psychonauts, and philosophers. It is also a scrupulous recording of the author's wide-ranging investigation with these outlaw compounds, including a thirty-hour tribal initiation in West Africa; an all-night encounter with the master shamans of the South American rain forest; and a report from a psychedelic utopia in the Black Rock Desert that is the Burning Man Festival.
"Breaking Open the Head is brave participatory journalism at its best, a vivid account of psychic and intellectual experiences that opened doors in the wall of Western rationalism and completed Daniel Pinchbeck's personal transformation from a jaded Manhattan journalist to shamanic initiate and grateful citizen of the cosmos.
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Modern physics tells us that we're dreaming the world into being with every thought." The Courage to Dream Your Life "tells us how to dream our world with power and grace. The ancient shamans of the Americas understood that we're not only creating our experience of the world, but are dreaming up the very nature of reality itself--that is, "life is but a dream." When you don't dream your life, you have to settle for the nightmare being dreamed by others. This book shows how to wake up from the collective nightmare and begin to dream a life of courage and grace, a sacred dream that shamans throughout time have known and served.
Alberto Villoldo reveals ancient wisdom teachings that explain how to birth reality from the invisible matrix of creation; and reveals how we can interact with this matrix to dream a life of peace, health, and abundance. He shows us that courage is all that is required to create the joy we desire!
With the tenth book in the bestselling Medicine Woman series, Lynn V. Andrews writes her most suspenseful and provacative work yet in this exploration of the dark side of woman's power. When Sin Corazon, a ravishingly beautiful member of the Sisterhood of the Shields, begins her training, she is encouraged to explore and confront her fascination with the dark mysteries in her soul in order to overcome them. However, when her husband abandons her for another woman, Sin Corazon nearly succumbs to the powers of her inner darkness and unleashes the full extent of her rage not only against men, but also by passionately turning against her own Sisterhood. Learn More$14.95
Dearest Waiki, a collection of letters and stories is an intimate account of one woman’s spiritual journey. Markham's message is sometimes delightful, sometimes heartbreaking, and always uplifting. Underscored by deeply personal visions and dreams, Dearest Waiki creates an awareness of the many spiritual lessons that surround each of us, each and every moment.Learn More
Dearest Waiki chronicles Markham's struggle to find her true life's calling, her amazing adventure while following a spiritual mentor to a remote Peruvian community, the tour guide in Hawaii who was destined to become her husband, the startling lessons learned during Markham's debilitating illness, the deaths of close friends and Markham's own father.
Dearest Waiki is a reminder of our connection to the earth, the Cosmos, to one another, and to the Divinity that connects us all.$14.95
Margaret De Wys first became aware of ecstatic trance healing when she was a young girl fascinated by the rapture of the Holy Rollers. However, it would be decades before she would be called to explore that early fascination.Learn More$14.95
A fascinating glimpse at a day in the life of a Peruvian shaman, "Eduardo el Curandero "relates the philosophies of a Peruvian shaman and illustrates the medicinal use of natural drugs. This revised version of "Eduardo el Curandero "includes an updated preface, an 'in memoriam' section devoted to the life Eduardo Caldero n, and new photographs of Eduardo's healing artifacts. Learn More$14.95