The Shaman’s Collective is dedicated to supporting a worldwide community of shamanic practitioners from a variety of lineages. We believe in growing and sharing our wisdom through courses, community and ceremonies to enable healers and energy medicine practitioners to deepen their medicine path.

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The Archetype Project Workshop:

It Depends On Who’s Looking

March 2-4, 2018  | Honolulu, Hawaii

Presented by Marv & Shanon Harwood

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The Shaman’s Collective offers multiple courses over a one-year period as part of a core curriculum created specifically to enhance the advanced medicine practitioner’s path.

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We are a collective of practicing shaman and energy medicine practitioners who each embody a particular area of expertise.  We are coming together as a collective to make a powerful offering that will assist others so that they can be of greater service to their clients and communities.  LEARN MORE

Shared Wisdom

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Challenge “FOMO” & Act Courageously…

“Be yourself on purpose.”  - Fritz Scholder (1937-2005) by Shari Watson BaDu and John J. Macionis Daily life is a crush of conflicting demands and activities. How is a thoughtful person to find ultimate meaning? This musical track, titled Movie Actors, leads us on a journey of reflection.  This song begins with random sounds of everyday living. Breaking though this white noise is an insistent voice speaking the word “actor,” revealing a woman’s awareness of the superficiality of routine life. In our unconscious routines, she suggest, we hope to…
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Interpreting Yanantin-Masintin into Action

by Anasuya Krishnaswamy Healing arts practitioners, and certainly mesa carriers of the Q’ero lineage of Southern Peru, are steeped in the art of creating direct relationships with the people, plants, and animals around us. Part of that work is to harmonize those things that are similar and those that are not so similar (read polar opposites). The concept expressed in the Quechua words yanantin-masintin captures the idea of harmonizing those things that are similar and those that are opposite (read complementary). Yanantin refers to the things that are not…
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Slow is the New Fast

by John Germain Leto   I was recently asked a good question by my friend and colleague, Rob McMahon.  He asked, “With all that you’re working on, how much of it is you having to do it versus Spirit?” I answered that it feels like it’s me pulling to make things happen about 75% of the time, with 25% being handled by Spirit.  But then I realized, wow - that’s a lot on my shoulders. How would YOU answer that question?   With what you’re working on, what percentage of it is YOU versus Spirit?   Last week I was facilitating a day-long…

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