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blueeyedlittlehippie ️c'mon pumpkins. Don't be scared. We have to break ourselves open to let the light in
Much love and good vibes darlings Educate yourself!
#blueyedlittlehippie #lookinside #selfawareness #selflove #painmeansprogress #higherconsciousness #educateyourself #letthelightin #goodvibes #radiatelove #shareknowledge #awaken #solodolo #peacelovemusic 🌎
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psychedelicspiritualascension Card rip for my followers! Promised lavish abundance if you give birth and follow your dreams. When you give birth to your dreams, you let go of what no longer serves you, and begin to vibrate more with your wishes. Archangel Gabriel is also telling you to nurture yourself, by staying away from toxic relationships, situations and substances and to also be there for people who are down and out. Love is a powerful energy that can heal anything in its wake! If it doesn't? Well then up the dose! :) 🌎 #angels #awaken #ascension #awakening #wisdom #truth #unity #gabriel #archangelgabriel #dreams #abundance #nurture #psychedelic #positive #love #light #life #mind #body #soul #spirit #spiritual #healing #heart #lightworkers 16min

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27min megrose28
Amaro FlowerChild
megrose28 With the angels I'll rise.. Once again into a land I'll forever hold.. Only with love my devotion and being is clear my existence will forever be. #awaken #latenight #soulful #poetry #poet #poem #thoughts #stars #nature #onelove 27min

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happyki_wellness4all #Reiki Online-HomeStudy certification . REIKI (CE )CERTIFITATON ALSO AVAILABLE Long Distant sessions help heal & empower you to rise above current limitations:love and light rita. www.happyki.com #Reiki #spirituality #abundance#love #light #Reikihealing #kindness #healingenergy #power #healingjewelry #books #lifecouch #study2BeReikihealer #yoga#prayer#lightworkers#awaken#angelshealing#reikimaster.#inspirer#longdistancehealing#spirit#yoga#angelhealing.#namaste #meditation#Crystalhealing#Chakrabalancing#motivation#quote For long distance healing you can E mail me @ www.ritamar411@gmail.com 27min

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27min dreamsirens
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dreamsirens What dreams may come? #dreamcatchers #awaken 27min

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  •   keerah__ The best feeling ever 36min

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drkeving Get quite..very quite. Learn to feel the sensation of emotion. Where is it located? What does it taste, smell, sound or look like?
Does it remind you of someone or someplace?

When you can do this...move beyond and be silent.
Focus on your heart....feel it....listen. to it with your innerself, the knowing self.

You will realize your heart has been speaking the whole time but know you can hear it.

Get the message....then allow the brain and mind to take action.

#love #heart #life #awaken #mind #body #wakeup #paradigmshift #new #helpingothers #personalgrowth #personalpower
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deetrippin In the languages of the old ones wisdom meant one word. In Tungus it was Saman, in Tocharian it was Samane, in Prakrit it was Samana and in Sanskrit it was Sramanas.
The word Shaman is a cognate to the word Saman, first used by a Tungus-speaking people, the Evenk, in Siberia. The role of the Shaman in his/her society was/is a vital one. They talked to spirits and animals and saw visions of the future. Born from the reverence early humanity had for their surroundings and the eternal wonderment of the spirit world, Shamanism held a distinction as being different than a magician or healer in early society. For the Shaman would walk the pathway to the spirit world routinely. Through altered states of consciousness induced with or without the aid of a catalyst, the Shaman would converse with the spirits. As a faith, Shamanism fits into many types of belief systems, due to the fact that is independent of dogmatic, institutionalized religion.
Shamanism is one of the oldest divinatory practices in the world to promote healing and spiritual wellness. By archaeological and anthropological evidence the practice has existed for some 20,000 to 30,000 years. Evidence of Shamanism has been found globally in isolated regions of the Americas, Asia, Africa, regions of Europe and Australia.
Leo Rutherford looks at the shamanic path:
Today shamanism survives on all inhabited continents in less 'developed' regions in spite of the relentless onslaught of western scientific materialism, the treatment of the Earth and nature as something to be dominated and exploited, and dogmatic male dominated religion.
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  •   deetrippin Shamanism is not a religion, it is not about beliefs, in fact it is not a belief system at all. It is a path or paths to knowledge, which is gained through experience of many facets of life, through rituals, ceremonies, prayer and meditation, trials and tests. Knowledge is something that works, that stands up to test, and to the test of time, that is known from inside, unlike belief which is something taken on from outside, from others. Wars are fought over beliefs, never over knowledge.
    What Does A Shaman Do?
    With the many varities of shamanic cultures around the world, one way to help determine what a shaman is, is to look at the commonalities in how they work across cultures and what roles they have in their communities.
    Below, some modern day experts give their opinions and explanations of what they see as a few of the key aspects of being a shaman. There are many aspects that we could write about here, but we are going to keep it to 3 high level pieces 59min
  •   deetrippin Answers The Call
    ShamansHearth has a great post that looks at the callings of traditional shamans and the idea of what makes a shaman a shaman:
    In traditional societies, a Shaman must be called, and must work within their calling to remain safe and well grounded. There is no more or less valuable shamanic practice. Many great shamans I know are called chefs, making food taste better than the ingredients allow by adding intent and love, both very real, physical things in the shamanic way of thinking.
    So what makes a Shaman a Shaman? A Shaman follows a calling to investigate, experience and learn about the Shamanic realities that over-lie and under-lay our world. A Shaman is defined by their manner, their understanding and the recognition of their shamanic peers and community. A Shaman does not have need of a piece of paper to legitimise something that is their birth-right and their destiny, nor a licence to practice or anything else. You just have to walk lightly in this spiritually magnificent world of nature to experience the shamanic. Listen for the call to your place in the world. When you follow your calling, you have fulfilment, and there is nothing, nothing more worthy than that. 58min
  •   deetrippin Acts As A Bridge To The Spirit World
    Sandra Ingerman says that spirit connection is a key trait:
    A shaman is a man or woman who interacts directly with spirits to address the spiritual aspects of illness, perform soul retrievals, divine information, help the spirits of deceased people cross over, and perform a variety of ceremonies for the community. Shamans have taken on many roles in tribal communities. They have acted as healers, doctors, priests, psychotherapists, mystics, and storytellers. Shamans look at the spiritual form of illness which might manifest on an emotional or physical level.
    Steve Beyer a expands on the idea of spirit connection and outlines several other key traits including the gift of the visionary:
    The shaman has a special relationship with the spirits, different from that of people who are not shamans. Relationships with these other-than-human persons, like relationships with human persons, are often subject to renegotiation, and may involve different and shifting amounts of power on either side. Relationships with different spirits may involve different degrees of trust, persuasion, control, or subordination. These other-than-human persons, like human persons, may be helpful, harmful, callous, malicious, indifferent, or tricky, and they may unilaterally terminate their relationship with the shaman. Such relationships with the spirit world may be considered demanding, dangerous, and exhausting.
    The shaman sees things that people who are not shamans cannot. The shaman may be able to find lost objects, know where game is plentiful, discern who has cast a curse, diagnose the location or cause of an illness, persuade the animals to give themselves for food, or heal the sick by retrieving a lost soul or by removing intrusive objects from the body. The shaman may perform one, a few, or many of these functions.
    Heals The Soul - Both For Individuals And Communities 57min
  •   __miss_k__ I love the knowledge you have brought! 19min
  •   deetrippin @__miss_k__ thank you sister its all part of my journey and I live it im glad you can relate. namaste 8min

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live2befit1970 This is my download from nature when I'm out running the trails. It is the most awesome experience when you get that glimpse of what life truly is. LOVE EARTH AND EACH OTHER. #NAMASTE #yoga #running #selfjourney #journeyon #stepintotheunknown #letshaveanadventure #spiritual #universe #awakening #awaken 1h

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awaken_buddha_nature I encourage you to wake up to your true nature tho I warn you it can be difficult at times. The matrix tries to pull you back into unconsciousness all the time, you have to always be aware and be careful of who you allow around your aura. #awaken #consciousness #love #light #wisdom 1h

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  •   poppopriotpop Hey! This is offensive. I love the terms yolo and swag. I'm yo best friend TRIQ! YOURE STUCK WITH IT XD 36min

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