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Review - Journeying Between the Worlds by Eagle Skyfire

Journeying Between the Worlds shares Native American shamanic teachings in a way that is easily understood by people from any culture. This book is filled with practices that will open the door to dynamic, ever evolving relationships with the Great Spirit, your sacred Self, and your Ancestors. With simple exercises that help you build your skills and knowledge, this powerful guide teaches lessons based on Native American spiritual concepts, including shamanic journeying, the Medicine Wheel, dreams and visions, symbols, power animals, the elements, shamanic tools, the three realms, and much more. Written for beginner and intermediate shamanic practitioners, Journeying Between the Worlds shows you how to use shamanism to make sacred connections with the natural world, divine beings, and your own soul.

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My Rating: 4.5 of 5 Pink Sticky Stars

This was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review.

I knew quite a bit about journeying before I read this novel but I did like that the things I knew were expanded upon and given to me in more detail. I loved learning all about shamanic teachings. My great-grandmother was a Native American and died long before I could learn more from her so I suck up things like this because it makes me feel closer to her. I love learning anything about Native culture and their religion. That was the main reason I wanted this book and it didn't disappoint. Even if you plan to never put any of this into practice, you will still learn a lot and even from the viewpoint of different Native traditions.

The writing is nice, gives details without feeling like it's just listing things to do. I loved the little stories she gave beforehand of her own experiences even when she failed sometimes and had to work harder. I like that because journeying can be hard to get started and even to keep it up so I liked those added parts.

Overall, this is a great book for beginners and even if you already know a wee bit as I did. You'll still learn something new, I promise. It's worth it!

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