Making Shamanism Relevant to Modern Life
For thousands of years, shamans have acted as guides for the healing and spiritual lives of their communities. Many forms of shamanism have developed as each culture created its own system for relating to the forces of nature. What unites these different types of shamanism is the quest for our true inner nature — our connection to the nature that lives around and within us. The very heart of shamanism is, and has always been, this journey to access this power with ourselves.
Shamanism is often called the world’s oldest religion, but it is also science. It’s the study of our inner nature. This ancestral science explores the connection between human beings and their environment, developing human consciousness in order to achieve greater harmony between the individual and the natural world. Shamanism sees man as an integral part of the web of life, and in the symbiosis between person and nature, the shaman activates an innate intelligence that allows one’s inner nature to be developed and enhanced.
This free masterclass on love and intimacy is based on a modern-day interpretation of shamanism by Rudá Iandê. He acts as a guide, bringing you back to a relationship with your true inner nature.