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There is nothing more exciting that discovering the fellow shamans in our world! This audiobook offers you a genuine path of discovery. If you feel pulled, that is the signal that there just might be a shaman in you!

This audiobook is from a 4-evening call introducing the contemporary Shaman in today's culture. It was created for Robin Rice's shamanic students, each of whom was about to embark on a 9-month online apprenticeship and who needed a solid foundation and introduction before they began their work. It was also designed for those individuals who were intrigued by Shamanism and interested to learn whether or not the Shamanic path was calling them to further study.

Evening 1 offers the Essential Questions To Help You Discover If There Is A Shaman In You + Introduction To Upper, Middle & Lower Worlds.

Evening 2 offers Key Differences And Similarities Between Traditional And Contemporary Shamans + The Basics Of Soul Retrieval.

Evening 3 offers Roles And Opportunities For The Contemporary Shaman In Today's Culture + The Shaman As Storyteller.

Evening 4 offers The Dangers And Costs Of Shamanic Life + How A Shaman Thinks And Acts Differently Than Others.

There is nothing more exciting that discovering the fellow shamans in our world! This book (you can also find it as an audiobook HERE) offers you a genuine path of discovery. If you feel pulled, that is the signal that there just might be a shaman in you!

©2014 Robin Rice (P)2014 Robin Rice

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Very informative and interesting

The book is simply a recording of the author talking about Shamanism. What it is, what it means to be a Shamen, what is needed and required. It is truthful, practical and very informative. It gives a lot to think about., I found it very interesting.

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Bad sound quality and a lot of chit chat

The sound quality is really bad. There’s a lot of white noise.
Too much chitchat. Not too much info.
It was kinda entertaining and mildly interesting. I did pick up some nice stuff, but the price does not reflect the value

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Exactly what I needed to listen to, Thank you X

I resonated so much with Robin Rice it's as if she was speaking to me personally and new what I was going through. I can tell just by the words she uses that she is the real deal.

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  • Jasmine Love
  • 05-08-16

This is just what I needed to hear

This is a very solid and accessible introduction to the definition and path of shamanism. It is exactly what I needed to hear at this point in time to make sense of the world. I highly recommend it.

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  • Rocky K Richard
  • 04-05-17

Overall: Okay.

While I did find the information helpful, this was more of a podcast conversation than an audio book. Was a little off putting at first.

That being said it was still an interesting listen.