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Prior to the publishing of The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge in 1968, the role of the traditional tribal Shaman was little understood beyond the realm of anthropological research & schools of mysticism.
The present integration of Shamanistic concepts within the lexicon of personal growth & alternative healing modalities would most likely not have reached its present momentum in the absence of these iconic teachings of Juan Matus to Carlos Castaneda, his often clueless protege.
"We either make ourselves miserable, or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same."
Although the authenticity of Castaneda's twelve book series has at times suffered academic scrutiny, the wisdom and applicable practices shared through this seminal work has left an undeniable and lasting impact on the mindscape of western culture.
Today's episode follows the shamanic footsteps of Juan Matus with special guest Joel Schafer, a life long student of medicine men and women, healers, seers and practitioners of the shamanic dreaming arts.
Joel was trained in many aspects of intent over the course of his apprenticeships, which he now shares as a perceptual guide for individuals seeking greater clarity, the strengthening of will, and reclaiming personal sovereignty.
"All paths are the same, leading nowhere. Therefore, pick a path with heart!" — Don Juan
This powerfully liberating process assists in the rediscovery of our innate intuitive nature, making it possible for untapped resources within our being to be accessed and utilized.
The gratitude that comes from this type of discovery process has the power to transform our entire perspective and strengthen our relationship to source, so that we can be personally guided, directly, deeper into our abstract purpose.
Show links: https://www.youtube.com/@sunwolf1111
The journey, the challenge is to step into the
projection room and stop being lost in the script.