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MAYAN: "a technichian of the Holy, a lover of the Sacred." CELTIC: "Empower the people...by changing the way we think." MEXICAN APACHE: "Someone who has simply learned to give freely of themselves..." AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL: "...a teacher or healer, a wisdom keeper of knowledge... (who) takes people to a door and encourages them to enter." W. AFRICAN DIAGRA: "views every event in life within a spiritual context." HAWAIIAN: "...human bridges to the spiritual world and its laws and the material world and its trials..." QUECHUA INDIAN: "embodies all experience." AMAZON: "...willing to engage the forces of the Universe...in a beneficial end for self, people, and for life in general."


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Saturday, September 27, 2008

We Are All Shamans: Interview with Itzhak Beery

I found this podcast about Itzhak Beery. Born in Israel, Beery was initiated into the family tradition of a powerful Quechuan Yachak from Ecuador and has studied under the Brazilian elder Ipupiara and Peruvian curandera Cleicha.

He speaks of his apprenticeship and experience in becoming a Shaman. I found some of it insightful. He also speaks of the candle and egg healing/readings which we just learned.

The podcast can be found at:

http://www.realitysandwich.com/interview_itzhak_beery#comments

2 comments:

Walks In Two Worlds said...

Ipu and Clecha are the two who have been having a workshop here with Eve this year. Very cool people! And nearby, should you want to learn from them.

Anonymous said...

I have been trying to find ipu and cletcha. Is there a web address for them? Thanks,

Mark, Soundhealer

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