By Land, Sky & Sea: Three Realms of Shamanic Witchcraft by Gede Parma

By Gede Parma

For Witches and Pagans of all traditions and paths, through Land, Sky & Sea may also help you increase an intimate figuring out of the magickal lore and traditions of recent shamanic pathworking. established upon the Celtic geographical regions of land, sky, and sea, this clever and designated publication explores the traditional trinity and its Greek, Hawaiian, Hindu, Stregheria, and Wiccan customs. Gede Parma publications you thru powerful tools for operating within the 3 nation-states, culminating in robust rituals for every. —Gain simple abilities in breathwork, omenwalking, divination, and celebrating the physique via dance—Learn ideas for strength paintings and increasing recognition, resembling astral projection, clearing and balancing the chakras, and clairvoyance—Enact real shamanic practices of trance, imaginative and prescient touring, channeling, oracle interpreting, initiation, and rebirth compliment: "Lyrical, anecdotal, and functional . . . This ebook will have interaction and refresh the professional practitioner of contemporary Witchcraft and enlighten the beginner both. Recommended."—Kala Trobe, writer of The Witch's advisor to lifestyles   

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It’s the only way I feel best expresses a part of my being that otherwise lies dormant. For most of us, dance is a form of expression; I don’t see myself any different than this, except that instead of the “happiness” of dancing at a club on the weekend, I end up with a plethora of emotions that are channelled through movement. How does dance define your life? How do you, in turn, define dance? Dance is what I know best. It seems to be the first and final thought of most days and encapsulates who I am.

As the music builds and layers, so too does the rhythm in the body. We often find ourselves becoming more frenzied, our actions becoming more upright, elevating our body and hands towards the sky. And with this surge of adrenalin, which has been spiralling through the body looking for its exit point, it releases out. We hit that high point of ecstasy; we smile and simultaneously feel interconnected with everything around us. When you dance, do you become someone or something else, or do you remain completely yourself, if not enhanced?

It is one of the many truths I experience daily. My strong belief in this truth is the reason I am vegan, the reason I rarely use pharmaceutical drugs, and the reason I do not smoke or partake of synthesised drugs. I do drink alcohol, but only wine. This is part of a geis[2] that I placed on myself several years ago. When I was in high school and somewhat of a rebel (in that stereotypically teenage sense), I made a dumping ground of my body at every party I attended. I smoked and drank myself sick, and my body made a point of always rejecting these toxins rather theatrically.

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