Shamans Sandra Ingerman and Renee Baribeau have found that they enjoy speaking to each other and sharing inspiration and healing stories to keep us focused on our spiritual practice during this turbulent time on the planet.The Shamans Cave is a dedicated circle of shamanic practitioners who desire to contribute their unique gifts in behalf of all of life! This is a time to share strong ceremonial work and shamanic practices in our local communities. Shamanism is a practice that was tribal. All community members needed to be strong and filled with power so that the entire community benefited. Each person had an important role in sharing their individual gifts and talents so the entire community remains in harmony and in health.
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In this powerful show Sandra Ingerman and Renee Baribeau review how, they are making choices right now about what work they want to take on, who they want to hang out with, what thoughts they want to entertain, and so on. more
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Thank you for this. Perfect timing. Just turned 60 & exhausted by the human world. Really appreciate the perspective! 💗
I love that each episode to right to the point and I truly learn something every time I listen. Everything is explained so well. Each episode is the perfect amount of time. Thank you for creating this podcast and have resources.
An entertaining and interesting show week after week. It really helps me connect with my personal shamanic practice. Thank you 🙏
Every episode is friendly conversation, reminding me to focus on nature and positivity. Simple and profound thoughts, beautifully affirming. I always feel comfort listening to Sandra and Renee, give it a try!!! You don’t have to be a shamen to recognize their truths!
I love this podcast because so many of Sandra Ingerman and Rene Barbeau’s teaching resonate with me. more
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