Category Archive: miscellaneous

Mar 27

Ceremonials Done Long-Distance

A Word About Ceremonials Done Long-Distance I am a Shaman of the 21st Century, a Technician of the Sacred. The ceremonials and knowledge of ‘the Ways’ that I carry are ancient in source and wisdom. A responsibility of myself as Shaman is to make the songs, teachings and ceremonials accessible to the People (that is …

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Sep 14

Of Mongols and Shamans

Mongolian Shamans For the past few years I have been in email contact with Altana, a deeply rooted Shaman from Mongolia. He first contacted me in 2004, saying he wanted to connect with me as a fellow Shaman. This last month he informed me that he was coming to Sedona to visit! He arrived on …

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Sep 13

Spirituality and Money

Spirituality and Money Within the cultural paradigm of which I come the thought of ‘paying’ for a Ceremonial never comes up because the thought of NOT paying is never considered, so there is never the need to put a ‘price tag’ on anything of a spiritual nature. We Spirit People who provide a spiritual service, …

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Sep 13

Power of Sacred Objects

The Power of Sacred Objects An interview with Mongolian-American Shaman Jade Wah’oo Grigori by Diane M. Cooper Diane: Jade, why are ceremonial objects powerful?   Jade Wah’oo: There is a Spirit which resides within sacred implements, and Spirit requires the embodied presence of Power as it expresses itself in the world. Power is life-force collected …

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Jul 19

My First BLOG Entry

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