If you are drawn to the topic of Celtic Shamanism or Celtic Shamanism training, today is your lucky day!
Listen in as I interview Celtic Shamanism practitioner, teacher, author, and really engaging storyteller, Jane Burns.
Jane has been a Celtic shamanism trainer for over a decade as well as a gifted practitioner of sacred and time-honored Celtic shamanic practices including soul retrieval, extraction, spiritual healing, ancestral healing, community healing and reconnection to our soul's purpose and life plan.
During our interview, I ask Jane the following questions:
How did the shamanic path help you with the diagnosis of cancer back in 1996?
What’s your definition of a shaman? I understand shamans are not self-proclaimed they are appointed by the community or perhaps Divine Grace. Sandra Ingerman likes to embrace the notion of being a shamanic practitioner and invoking the higher consciousness of 1,000's of years of the indigenous devotional ceremony, healing and prayer.
As a Celtic shamanic practitioner, what is it that you do? Did you work 1-on-1? This inquiry leads to a discussion on soul retrieval.
I asked Jane, "What is soul retrieval?"
In 2006 (10 years after you discovered your shamanic path ) you began to teach shamanic studies….Where did you teach?
How did people find you or how did you connect with your students?
I love the title of your book “Up a Tree” (shamanic novel and handbook).
I see it was published, not too long ago in 2014, can you tell us a little bit more about that? Is it somewhat autobiographical?
I see you studied “core shamanism” with Sandra Ingerman…what is core shamanism?
Then I see you studied Celtic shamanism with Tom Cowan. What is Celtic Shamanism?
So you teach a variety of courses.
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