Aho! By way of introduction, I am Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls, a traditional indigenous Shaman for over 50 years. I was taught Shamanism by my grandmother who learned from her grandmother who learned from her grandmother going back thousands of years through Europe and back to the Saami reindeer herdsman of Siberia.
I hope to be of some service to you here, to help answer your questions and participate as one of you, so ask me anything either here or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. I hope to be a helpful participant in this community forum.
I do have a website http://www.shamanelder.com
if you would like to know more about me or the free consultations, teachings, Free Ebooks I offer. But I am not here to advertise myself but rather to let you know who I am and what I do.
There are four truths that are known among all Shamanic tribes and cultures and have been practiced through the ages, even before the time of the Egyptians. The fourth truth says "It is What you Do that Defines you."
People can say whatever they like about themselves. We don't know if it is true or not. But we can ask people what they have done
. We can speak to the people that they say they have helped. We can see where that Shaman or healer has left positive footprints, how effective they have been in actually bringing healing to the world.
The work of the Shaman is to maintain, nurture and heal the web of life, the matrix that holds All That Is together. This includes healing individual people, situations, balancing negative energy patterns affecting the world and its creations, knitting back together the broken strings of the web and creating stronger strings and new strings so that we can all benefit from the best life experience possible. A Shaman should be able to say what he or she has actually done to accomplish this. Any healer should be able to tell you about the case histories they have worked with and the results of their work.
I am so surprised that we have so many healers on the web today and none of them seem to actually have any information on what they have really accomplished. So this is a call to all healers everywhere to tell us "what you have done" on your own website, what you have accomplished for others. Lets use this tool of the fourth truth to hold up a standard so we can all see who is truly a healer and who is not. Isn't this a good way to help us all to know who to trust?
And it is good for every single person to think about that fourth truth, It is What You Do that Defines You, not just what you say.
Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls