Luzclara

2012-06-29 12:31:08

LuzclaraLuzclara is a Chilean medicine woman, ceremonial leader, shamanic practitioner, and sound healer who dedicates her life to the healing of herself, Mother Earth and all of her beings. She has been working for the last 25 years in awakening the sacred feminine energies in the planet using ancient methods of ritual and magic. Although she resides in Chile, she has trained and studied with different indigeneous shamans around the world; among them, Machi Antonia Lincolaf, a shaman from the Mapuche people of Chile, the Quero shamans of Peru, and the Quichua shamans of the Amazon jungle of Ecuador. Her travels have included India and Tibet where she has deepened her sound healing techniques.


Mallku

2012-05-25 14:36:36

MallkuMallku is world renown expert of Inca cosmology, author and shaman. He is an author and international lecturer who teaches about the Millenarian Culture of the Andes, promoting the Shamanic experience as one of the Paths of Liberation for the present generation.


Lewis E. Mehl-Madrona, MD, PhD,

2012-05-01 08:59:59

Lewis E. Mehl-Madrona, MD, PhD,Lewis E. Mehl-Madrona, MD, PhD, is the author of the Coyote trilogy. His work discusses healing practices from Lakota, Cherokee and Cree traditions, and how they intersect with conventional medicine, via a social constructionist model. Mehl-Madrona is certified in psychiatry, geriatrics and family medicine. He is Education Director for the Coyote Institute for Studies of Change and Transformation.


Serge Kahili King

2012-04-01 10:37:19

Serge Kahili KingSerge Kahili King, Ph. D., was initiated into the path of Hawaiian shamanism by his father. He also spent seven years in West Africa being trained in African shamanic traditions, and has made in-depth studies of other such traditions around the world. He is an author, speaker, storyteller, teacher, scholar, humanitarian and a shamanic healer.


Grandmother Bernadette Rebienot

2012-03-01 10:03:29

Grandmother Bernadette RebienotBorn in Libreville, Gabon of the Omyene linguistic community, widow and mother of ten, grandmother of twenty-three. Before retiring, Bernadette worked as an educator and school administrator. Bernadette has participated in numerous national and international conferences on Traditional Medicine. She is a healer, master of the Iboga Bwiti Rite and master of Women’s Initiations. Bernadette has offered initiations and consultations for the past thirty years. She has been President of the Association of Traditional Medicine Practitioners for Gabonese Health (U.T.S.G.) since 1994.