Shamanism for Teenagers, Young Adults and The Young At Heart
Shamanic practice made easy for the newest generations
Teenagers becoming shamans! What is this world coming to. But when they finish reading this book, that's just what they'll be!
There are many books on the market explaining, detailing, defining, and analyzing shamanism while explaining how a person can become a shamanic practitioner. However, the “person” is always assumed to be an adult. Shamanism for Teenagers, Young Adults and The Young At Heart is the first book of its kind. It is a "how to" begin a shamanic practice written for teenagers. After explaining how to begin, the author leads the reader through a series of journeys, each one widening the scope of knowledge. Each journey is carefully selected to give the reader the knowledge that this type of journey exists and can be used in many circumstances.
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