New finding is clear example in humans of the theory of epigenetic inheritance: the idea that environmental factors can affect the genes of your children
Hundreds of millions of years ago, long before humans or birds or even dinosaurs, there was a lone mysterious creature, one whose evolution would eventually result in all of the animal species on Earth. Scientists don’t knowexactly what this universal common ancestor was, or what it looked like, but they do know this much: Sooner or later, if we trace our lineage as a species far back enough, we’ll see connections to every animal that’s everlived.
Source: A Shaman Shares Knowledge
Ly Nya Tcha meets me at the train station in Louvres, a town located about 20 miles north of Paris. With his lightly accented French, plain clothes, and jovial manner, Ly resembles the thousands of commuters who enter Paris each day on the RER. However, one thing does set Ly apart: he is a Hmong […]
It’s time to play devil’s advocate on the arguments that as to why people cannot or should not use the term “shaman” to describe themselves.
The main criticism I personly have with those who say “you should not call yourself a shaman” is the lack of merit on the ability to actually heal, divine or connect/awareness with the spirit that they are asked to do so on behalf of the client, which after all is the important part of working as a shaman.