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Quote from: Enigmatik on December 05, 2014, 04:49:15First off, hello. Glad to be back at it again. Love you guys and this forum! Okay, now that is off my chest I would like to speak a little about Shamanic Journeying. I attended a class on Shamanism last night and had my first "journey." I met my power animal and had a very interesting time. The teacher played a drum the entire session which almost let you go into a trance like state. Now, I have had a number of OOBs and APs, and yes this was my first journey. My question is whether any of you have journeyed and if it is ever as REAL or INTENSE like when you are oob or projecting. When I was there listening to the drums I was hoping to go into the vibrations and pop out of my body, lol, but that never happened. Anyways.. if any of you have any comments or anything to add to this post at all, I would REALLY love to hear them! THanks!
Quote from: Bluefirephoenix on December 06, 2014, 08:56:25Sion they're amazing arn't they.
Quote from: Siòn on December 06, 2014, 05:14:31Hello Enigmatik! I think journeying is the same as oob or projecting, just another way to "get there" or focus or however you want to say it. My family and I are Welsh immigrants who have lived in Oklahoma for many years and have shared a lot of spiritual experiences with Native Americans. What I've learned is that having a shamanic experience is different from being a shaman. I've a met a few who have attended a few workshops and become self-proclaimed shamans. However, the shamans I've met from the tribes have spent a lifetime preparing to be a spiritual link for their people to the dimensions beyond material existence, and that preparation has been extremely difficult and self-sacrificial. With that being said, anyone can learn shamanic wisdom about life and journeying and put it into practice. Like other forms of "traveling" into different dimensions, it takes a lot of focus, discipline and a belief that you really can do it. I've had both mundane and intense journeys, but have usually learned something each time. I would encourage you to keep working on it if it seems right, especially if you have a good mentor and a deep appreciate for the gifts of nature.
Quote from: Enigmatik on December 09, 2014, 07:17:31Just a FYI, I'm not actually trying to be a shaman. I am however, trying to get a taste of what they do and I respect that. Main intention was to try to learn more about shamanic journeying. As an added bonus I got to experience the drumming and a few other things. My wife is from Japan and I go to the Buddhist temples a lot in Japan, but that doesn't mean I'm trying to become a Buddhist. I'm just curious and interested is all. Kind of a learning thing.