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 Post subject: Hello
 Post Posted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 3:24 pm 
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Just wanted to say hello to everyone and introduce myself.

Where do I start? Well, I'll start by saying that I am very new to the shamanic way of life so I will apologise now if I seem a bit dumb when joining in on forum topics.

I was introduced to shamanism by some friends I have recently made who have sparked my interest in learning more.

I am looking forward to talking with, and learning lots from you all.

wolfey :D


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 Post Posted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:01 am 
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welcome - and do not think you are dumb. We are all constantly learning here, as we both share and listen.

do add your voice with ours
the knowledge is meant to be shared

are you learning with a class, human teacher or Spirit Guide(s)?


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 Post Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 11:44 am 
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Hi Rachara El

At the momant I am learning with the help of my Spirit Guides. I will be going on a course early next year but as of yet I dont really know what the subjects are going to be. The tutors are still deciding what will be most appropriate for the group.

I am a member of a development group which develops mental/trance mediumship (I know that has nothing to do with Shamanism), but it is through the trance sessions I receive most of my 'tutoring' on shamanism.

The Guides I have working with me are Native American, but I have to confess I dont know much about their branch of Shamanism. But they are very patient with me. :D


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 Post Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 12:59 pm 
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shadow wolf wrote:
The Guides I have working with me are Native American, but I have to confess I dont know much about their branch of Shamanism. But they are very patient with me. :D

an yes, Shadow Wolf - thankfully, our Guides tend to be most patient and forgiving as we learn.
:D


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 Post Posted: Wed Nov 05, 2008 9:17 am 
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Greetings Shadow Wolf,

Welcome to cyber-shaman-world.

May I ask how did you come about your nickname?

May I also ask, what country you are inhabiting at this time?

I am from Australia.

With respect
Elizabeth


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 Post Posted: Wed Nov 05, 2008 1:48 pm 
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Hi Enocheye

At the momant I live in England. As for how I got my name, well I was given it by a NA Spirit Guide who named me during a trance demostartion I was present at.

Its really this guide and others of his kin that got me interested in finding out more about shamanism as he keeps coming through via trance mediumship and teaching me about the path he walked.

Shadow Wolf


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