❅ By Oak, Ash, & Thorn Author D.J. Conway – Ivogue.co.uk

By Oak, Ash, & Thorn Many Seekers Are Interested In Shamanism Because It Is A Spiritual Path That Can Be Followed In Conjunction With Any Religion Or Other Spiritual Belief Without Conflict But The Native American And African Peoples Were Not The Only Cultures To Traditionally Practice Shamanism For Centuries, Shamanism Was Practiced By The Europeans, As Well Including The Celts.


10 thoughts on “By Oak, Ash, & Thorn

  1. says:

    He just took his own cosmic world view and called it Celtic Shamanism This is based on his own imaginary BS Don t be misled, find a real book on shamanism like Singing the Soul Back Home and Ireland like Celtic Heritage Then let it happen naturally...


  2. says:

    There were a lot of things in this book that are just plain wrong Some rather vital information, actually.Also, I have a problem with authors who pretend to impart historical or culturaly based knowledge They used to do it this way, but we re not going to do it that way because it s hard, and, This is the proper term for this, but I m going to use something else, because it s easier, just doesn t fly with me.It s got nice ...


  3. says:

    My main problem with this book, and most books about Celtic spirituality in general, is that it s all on speculation Very little is known about how the Celts practiced their religion, and it varied between regions and tribes Modern people love to try and lump things into catagories, and so to them, all of th...


  4. says:

    Some really interesting information about what it means to practice shamanism in the modern world The book, however, had a very angry and confrontational tone in places as if the author expects to be criticized and persecuted at every turn I was turned o...


  5. says:

    If I could give it negative stars, I would have It is a load of hogwash peppered with just enough facts to make a beginner wonder YUCK


  6. says:

    I am really regretting the 1 I spent on this book I picked it up and thought to myself, What the hell is celtic shamanism Let s find out And while I did find out the basic ins and outs of this practice, what I also got was a lot of pompous, self righteous bullshit The crack about how atheists, like me, would never read anything spritual was hurtful and alienating and the repeated tearing down of Christianity was a complete turn off I m not big on organized religion either, but why would I am really regretting the 1 I spent on this book I picked it up and thought to myself, What the hell is celtic shamanism Let s find out And while I did find out the basic ins and outs of this practice, what I also got was a lot of pompous, self righteous bullshit The crack about how atheists, like me, would never read any...


  7. says:

    As many pointed out it may not be historically correct but its a great book to pull from for self awareness I do like the meditations and planning on using the self empowerment exercise on the full moon It s a good book to have when trying to work on becoming a better you.


  8. says:

    A nice introduction to this topic Includes some visualizations and exercises.


  9. says:

    This was nothing of what I hoped it would be Felt too deep and yet too shallow at the same time Is that even a thing


  10. says:

    Very instructive and detailed.I thoroughly enjoyed this book so much that I will read it over andover again because it resonates with me.