Calling Us Home (Paperback)Chris Luttichau (author)
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From one of our most respected shamanic teachers, Calling Us Home aims to help the ordinary person, caught up in the anxiety of modern life, find balance and peace of mind. How to hold on to happiness. How to develop strategies for dealing with fear, guilt, stress and feelings of inadequacy. How to manage irrational annoyance and stop it ruling your life.
Full of anecdotes from the author's Danish childhood to studying with Native American Indians and exploring wild places - the book teaches many things, from learning shamanic meditation to identifying which species of animal is your natural spirit guide.
This is a book to be savoured and loved, read and re-read, annotated and quoted from. Down to earth, warm, witty and wise - it is a bible for our times.
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
'Written with quiet power and fluency Chris Luttichau offer us wisdom distilled from many years of profound enquiry. His is a voice of authenticity, of clarity, and of heartfelt truthfulness. I am grateful to Chris for the gift of Calling Us Home. We are a people searching home and this book offers many potent insights that like lanterns strung along a dark forest pathway, illuminate the way ahead' Mac Macartney, speaker, writer, founder of Embercombe.
'[An] inspirational and thought-provoking volume, which I know I shall be returning to again and again' Nudge Book.
'The single best book on contemporary shamanism on the market - long overdue' Manda Scott.
'A very articulate, easy and interesting read. As such I'd recommend it as highly suitable for beginners and also for anyone who wants to expand their background knowledge of shamanism or explore meditation and consciousness from a perspective of earth-based spirituality' Indie Shaman.
'The teachings are all lit by the bracing light of westernmost Britain ... The text is very much focused on making our owns lives better in simple ways ... It truly repays close reading' Cygnus Magazine.
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