Shaman Pathways - Elen of the Ways

Shaman Pathways - Elen of the Ways : British Shamanism - Following the Deer Trods

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Elen of the Ways is about the ancient shamanism of Britain. Elen Sentier grew up in a long family lineage of following the Deer Trods; in this book she tells of the old, forgotten ways of our ancestors. Through her own experience, stories, practical exercises and journeys with the deer, Elen takes you into the realm of the Boreal Forest, of which Britain is a part, to show how the Deer Goddess is the spirit of this land. To walk the deer trods is to realise how close and connected you are to nature and everything in this beautiful world which we share with our non-human brethren. You learn, too, that our everyday world and otherworld are intertwined. Elen of the Ways is both here and there at the same time. You will find her everywhere.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 89 pages
  • 137.16 x 210.82 x 7.62mm | 118g
  • John Hunt Publishing
  • Moon Books
  • Ropley, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Illustrations, 1 map
  • 1780995598
  • 9781780995595
  • 188,745

About Elen Sentier

Elen Sentier is a spirit keeper and taleweaver from a long family lineage. Her mother's mother was a witch from the Isle of Man while her father was a cunning man whose family were very closely involved with Annie Besant and Rudolf Steiner. She was born on Dartmoor, grew up on the edge of Exmoor and now lives (with husband, cats and wildlife) in the back of beyond, by the river Wye in the Welsh Marches where she writes and teaches British native shamanism.show more

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