Earth Keepers hold wisdom in our bodies learned through lifetimes of experience on Earth and throughout the cosmos. Through our awakening and ascension, we’re beginning to discover these inherent gifts held within us. We believe in the magic of the natural world and work in partnership with our ancestors and the spirits of the land to help bring forward the energies of the new Earth. Your host, Amy Dempster, is a shamanic practitioner on a journey to connect with her soul family - the other Earth Keepers, grid workers, portal tenders, land stewards, and nature lovers around the world. On this podcast you won’t find gurus or dogma, just a safe space where she shares her personal stories, channeled messages, support and teachings to assist us in co-creating with the seen and unseen world all around us.
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Amy Dempsters podcast is my absolute favourite. Her work, her stories and her way of telling them are in a so high class! I’m grateful to be abel to follow her, its a joy and a journey!
Since it’s inception this podcast has been one to follow and stay updated, but the current season (at time of writing (episode 73) is another level of integrated, researched and intelligent writing. Amy has obviously put so much work into this like she does her other gifted offerings and I can’t stress how mind-blowing it can be to find out all the secret and hidden knowledge available to us. more
Even as an advanced practitioner in the shamanic arts, I always gain new insights and perspectives from Amy’s generous sharings. This podcast is a gift!
Amy is offering a deep service ro the world by sharing so authentically and transparently. I learn so much, and feel connected in to the world when I listen. Thank you!
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