ShamanTalk: Episode 35
Finding Freedom in Connection with Others
- You’re new to Shamanism and haven’t found a tribe yet
- You don’t feel safe sharing your practice with others or that you won’t be welcomed
- You feel you might be ridiculed or outcast
- Avoiding being in a group to spare yourself from the reflections of others
- You don’t feel good or worthy enough to be part of a tribe
- It’s never crossed your mind that you need anyone else… you’ve always worked alone.
- You’ve had a bad experience in the past and you prefer to work alone now rather than be hurt or feel unsafe.
- You like to be in control of your spiritual life and don’t like/worry about the chaos of other spiritual people
- You are unable to work with others due to mental health (anxiety, depression etc.)
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