January, Friday the 13th: Norse Shamanic Spirituality

Remnants of Norse shamanic spirituality have survived in myths, folk traditions, and written records from Iceland, providing many clues about the ancient European shaman’s world, especially when examined in conjunction with other shamanic cultures in northern Eurasia, such as the Sami and the tribes of Siberia. This coming Friday, 1.13.17, we explore the nature of consciousness w/guest EVELYN C. RYSDYK, who offers us a window into ancient Norse Shamanism – one of humanity’s oldest spiritual traditions.

Reconstructing the shamanic practices of the hunter-gatherers of Scandinavia, Evelyn Rysdyk explores the evolution of Norse shamanism from its earliest female roots to the pre-Christian Viking Age, explaining among many concepts, where New Physics and Old Norse cosmology intersect, and the key concepts of Ørlög and Wyrd—the two most powerful forces that shape human lives.

ABOUT EVELYN: Evelyn is a nationally recognized shaman teacher/healer, speaker, and author who delights in supporting people to remember their sacred place in All That Is. She has written numerous books, articles for journals, and was featured in Traveling Between the Worlds, a book of interviews with 24 of the most influential teachers and writers of shamanism.

Evelyn on the web: http://www.evelynrysdyk.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/shamamabear (@ShamamaBear)



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