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For a variety of reasons, the the shaman and his work are often misunderstood; and frequently even feared in much of the western world.  Kenn Day strives to broaden the awareness of the value and usefulness of shamanism in our modern society.   Following are a few short videos from a recent introductory session he held with a group of interested seekers.

Post Tribal Shamanism Explained


Kenn Day describes how the modern western concept of personal sovereignty distinguishes post-tribal shamanism from classic shamanism that’s been practiced by various indigenous cultures throughout the world for thousands of years.

Shamanic journey?  Or creative visualization?


Many students of shamanism wonder whether what they're experiencing is "real".  In this video, Kenn describes a simple method to determine whether one is visualizing, or is truly journeying. 

The Shaman's Role


The role of the shaman in indigenous cultures has been pretty well defined and accepted over the span of centuries.

But, our modern, post-tribal culture is worlds away from those indigenous peoples.  How does a shaman function here?  What roles does he play in society?  How is a shamanic style adjusted for our culture?


Soul Retrieval Explained


What is soul retrieval?

Why would a soul leave the body in the first place?

What is the shaman's role in soul retrieval, and how does the process work?

What changes might a person expect after a soul retrieval?


Personal Sovereignty and the Shaman


Tribal cultures have, for centuries, embraced the shaman's important role in the tribe.

But in the western world, personal sovereignty replaces tribal oneness in our self-awareness.  

How must the shaman adapt his methods to compensate for this huge difference?


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