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Lessons In Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom

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don Oscar Miro-Quesda, Lessons In Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom for Everyday Life

don Oscar Miro-Quesda originated the Pachakuti Mesa tradition of cross-cultural shamanism and is visionary founder of The Heart of the Healer (THOTH) Foundation. He is a respected kamasqa curandero( shaman) and altomisayoq adept from Peru and has been guiding cross-cultural ethno-spiritual apprenticeship expeditions to sacred sites of the world since 1986, with special emphasis on Peru and Bolivia. He has been a popular faculty member at numerous U.S. colleges and universities.  His works and programs have been featured on CNN, Univision, A&E, and the Discovery Channel.

His new book written with Bonnie Glass-Coffin,Ph.D. is Lessons In Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom for Everyday Life presents the biography of an extraordinary man, who has awakened to his own purpose in life as a servant to conscious evolution for all humanity. His life story, full of adventure, cosmic “interventions, “and synchronicity is on par with that of the luminaries documented in these biographies and the time has come for his story to be told. Don Oscar’s story is also the story of each one of us.

The only reason his story has not been told until now is that he was first charged with creating opportunities for others to awaken to their higher purpose through his teachings as part of an oral tradition. Now, after completing his “compacto” (sacred contract) with his Andean teachers and mentors, he has been released from service to tell his story in writing. And it is an extraordinary story, dealing with nothing less than individual, spiritual, and planetary transformation.

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