Watch video below for this month's tarot reading by Shiela Baker
"March is a month of profound changes, the snow melts, the rain ends and we see new growth. Ten weeks into 2017 and we can revamp the resolutions from Jan. 1, take stock of what we’ve achieved so far and let go of that which we are no longer willing to pursue. It’s time to watch the new shoots emerge and get excited about the buds of Spring. Aho" --Shiela Baker
ShamanWeaver, Shiela Baker is at East West Bookshop on Thursdays from 3:30 to 8:30 pm and then does FB Live at 8:30 to 9 pm. She is an author of two books on Shamanic journeying who helps people with PTSD, depression & anxiety. Shiela facilitates profound life changes in her 6 month Cedar Program & 12 month Sage Program for personal development. Her insights, humor, & compassion create an atmosphere for empowered growth & healing. Join Shiela for Shamanic Spirit School or a retreat. Shiela is available for Soul retrieval with After-Care, accessing the Akashic Records, & Shamanic Tarot. Book an appointment at email@example.com 425 750 0510
As a tarot reader and intuitive energy healer, I am frequently asked about how I became intuitive. I wish that I could tell you a fun story about how I would talk to dead people when I was young or how I was always able to see people’s auras, but my story is not that exciting. It actually took me many years of learning and deep self-reflection to get to where I am today, to learn to trust my intuition and then open my mouth and tell people what information I was picking up on.
Miten: Deva and I have seen so many people benefited from chanting the mantras... The main thing for Deva and I is that we feel like we move around in our life on the wings of mantras and we really have a mission now to share what we feel to be amazingly precious healing vibrations.
Recently there has been a lot of buzz on the internet about white sage and palo santo—the two most popular smudging tools. From what I've read online, the majority of arguments say white sage is endangered and it is culturally inappropriate to use. Similarly with palo santo, many people are worried big corporations might be breaking rules by cutting down fresh young palo santo trees vs harvesting from dead fallen down trees (as its traditionally done). Before you jump on the fiery band wagon, its important to know what's really going on behind the scenes and to not get too fired up about passionate opinions on the internet.