Information about shamanism
The beauty of the principles of shamanism is that it is not based on a modality. It is a Truth, a way of living which has been and still is done in many cultures worldwide. It is not cultural or a religion. It is our birth right. It honors that everything has Spirit and a function in the Oneness and is interconnected in the Oneness. Every person brings through his/her own lineages and gifts. Therefore everybody works differently in a way which honors their lineages and their gifts. It expresses who you are.
'Grandfather Stalking Wolf' has spent his lifetime to find the common Truth in all religions and tested everything he learned in nature to find out if it was universal Truth. We honor his dedication and the teachings of Tom Brown Jr. in the Usa and the academy of shamanic studies. They have been the foundation for Sacred Journey Healing and our Shamanic & Sacred Journey Healing Seminars.
"Open your heart and allow the flow of Great Spirit to bring Magic into your journey"
Grandfather Stalking Wolf was raised free of the reservations in the mountains of northern Mexico. Born in the 1870's during a time of great warfare and violence, he was part of a band of Lipan Apache that never surrendered. He was taught the traditional ways of his people and excelled as a healer and a scout. When he was twenty, a vision sent him away from his people to seek the essence of all religions and spiritual paths. For the next sixty-three years he wandered America, South America and Canada, experiencing religions, seeking teachers, and learning the old ways of many native peoples. During this journey, he not only gathered awareness and survival skills, but he also isolated and purified the common Truths present in all religions. He found that every religion would eventually lead to the path of Oneness, once one transcends their religion.
Grandfather always lived on his own as a free man. He never held a job, drove a car, paid taxes, or participated in modern society. When he was eighty-three years old, he encountered a small boy gathering fossils in a stream bed. He recognized that boy from his vision as the person he would spend his final years with, teaching him all that he knew. That boy was Tom Brown Jr. Tom became the recipient of not only all that Grandfather had learned during his travels, but also the distillation of hundreds of years of Apache culture. These teachings are what Tom Brown Jr. now teaches at his famous Tracking, Nature, and Wilderness Survival School in New Jersey.