by Wendy Strgar June 15, 2011
Discover the healing that is available to you through Shamanic teachings with Sandra Ingerman, world renowned shamanic practitioner and trainer, author of eight books including: How to Thrive in Changing Times and Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct Revelation. Shamanic practice is the oldest spiritual path on the planet practiced by millions throughout the world. This shamanic path and practice podcast might change your mind about the truth you have heard within you and the fact that we all carry the power to change the world.
Sandra Ingerman, is the author of numerous books and has taught thousands of workshops internationally on shamanic practices and healing. She has trained thousands and founded an international alliance of Medicine for the Earth Teachers and shamanic teachers. Sandra is recognized for bridging ancient cross-cultural healing methods into our modern culture which address the needs of our times.
Sandra is devoted to teaching people how we can work together as a global community to bring about positive change for the planet which is the topic of her most recent books: How to Thrive in Changing Times and Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct Revelation. She has also authored six other books including Soul Retrieval, Medicine for the Earth, Shamanic Journeying: A Beginner’s Guide, and How to Heal Toxic Thoughts.
She has also produced several audio CDs “Shamanic Meditations: Guided Journeys for Insight, Vision, and Healing” and “Soul Journeys: Music for Shamanic Practice” which have helped many learn the art of shamanic journey work. Her work has been translated into ten languages and she produces an international monthly newsletter called Transmutation news.
Sandra is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist and Professional Mental Health Counselor. She is also a board certified expert on traumatic stress as well as certified in acute traumatic stress management.
by Wendy Strgar March 21, 2019
Usually by the time we “spring forward,” most of us have long forgotten our New Year’s resolutions and not because we don’t want to change, but because the big sweeping ones we plan for after our third glass of champagne are so hard to get our hands around in the day to day. While the desire for change is earnest, what most of us miss is that real change is found in the small steps that we do consistently.
by Wendy Strgar February 21, 2019
Our sense of smell is ancient and the source of our most powerful emotional memories. It is also the primal sensory pathway to sexual attraction. And yet, we often give little attention to all that our sense of smell can evoke, in part because we have so little vocabulary for scent. Often we're limited to “it smells like…” and delineated only between pleasant and unpleasant.