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The Sandie Sedgbeer Show with Hank Wesselman and Jim Self

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Keeping Pace with the Shift with Jim Self (20 min)

 

We’ve been hearing about “The Shift” for so long, it’s hard to believe that it’s finally here. But what precisely is shifting? What are we moving from? What are we moving toward? And – more importantly – what difference is it really going to make to your world… your life… your family… your loved ones… and your future? In this monthly segment, Keeping Pace with the Shift, Jim brings us information about the latest events and energetic changes that are all part of The Shift.

 

 

Awakening to the Spirit World with Dr. Hank Wesselman

 

Anthropologist Dr Hank Wesselman is the award-winning author of eight books on shamainism, including the Spiritwalker Trilogy (Spiritwalker, Medicinemaker, and Visionseeker), Awakening to the Spirit World (with Sandra Ingerman), and The Bowl of Light.

 

A former college and university professor, he first became involved with indigenous spiritual wisdom as a Peace Corps Volunteer living among the Yoruba peoples of Nigeria in West Africa in the 1960s.  For the past 40 years, he has been engaged in fieldwork with several international research expeditions in search of answers to the mystery of human origins out in the fossil beds of East Africa’s Great Rift Valley.

 

His latest book—The Bowl of Light—is about his great friendship with a Hawaiian kahuna elder over the last eight years of his life, and preserves many of this revered elder’s teachings as well as their philosophical discussions and ruminations. Hank now lives with his family on their organic farm in South Kona on Hawaii Island.

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