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"The spirit world knows no time or place, nor does the spirit world communicate to us in language. It speaks to us through dreams, visions, signs, symbols, and feelings. What you have done, through you cannot explain how, is to touch the world of spirit. Give up your need for thinking with your physical mind and you will understand the purity of the spirit mind, which needs no words or descriptions. What is new now to you is to understand through your spiritual mind. Remenber, man is a duality, at once living in flesh and in spirit. So too is everything else found in this duality. Two bodies, two minds, all in the same person. Whether you understand or not, you have been in contact with these spiritual worlds for a long time, but you do not understand their language. Those spiritual realities, those worlds outside the flesh have been trying to speak to you for a long time, you know their voices but you do not know when and how they speak."

-- The Journey

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The Soul of the Shaman

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Course Prerequisites

Philosophy 1

Course Description


Folks, while teaching my "Conversations with Grandfather" course recently, I came upon a paragraph about "soul" that I felt was critically important, so I read it to the class. I also explained that the power, scope, and depth that Grandfather had to reach in order to understand these prophecies was inordinate. Truly - the prophecies became part of Grandfather’s very soul – and a whole different set of laws, techniques, and visions were awakened – the likes of which we rarely see in this world. I believe that Grandfather attained a level of purity, a kind of complete spiritual immersion that is almost incomprehensible to most people.

I also realized that a deeper, more meaningful exploration of this spiritual immersion is essential, right now. So what I’ve done is to rearrange our Tracker schedule so that I can teach this epic course, that I call "The Soul of the Shaman" in February, 2008, immediately before my much anticipated – everything plus the kitchen sink class, "Experimental Philosophy.

One of the reasons I started this series of intensives was to preserve Grandfather’s more difficult teachings, the ones that were too challenging to offer to a larger class. The primary tenet is to have fewer students so that I can explore new territory, and if we only get a 60-70% success rate, I can easily change directions – or, if need be – try again. In a small class I can say, "Hey gang, I don’t know if this is going to work – but let’s give it a try." And you’ll jump right in. I can sense each person’s energy and know if you’re on board – if you’re getting it, and react accordingly. In short, this kind of teaching is much more focused, much more like how Grandfather taught Rick and me, and I love it.

Now I want to warn you that these courses, "The Soul of the Shaman" and "Experimental Philosophy" are not for everyone. They are going to be extremely challenging, and we may make some mistakes along the way; but that’s where I want us to live – I want us on the razor’s edge.

I’m only going to allow 50 people into "Soul", so that we can be thorough, yet flexible. And I want a diverse group of folks who are willing to dig deep, explore entirely new territory, and get dirty. Those same people may want to stay on and transition right into "Experimental Philosophy", where we’ll try out ideas and concepts that I’ve only toyed with teaching, thus far. So, whether you have time for one or both, these two weeks are going to be extraordinary and I am already vibrating with the energy to start them. If you feel up to it – I’d love to share it with you.

‘Til then - All good medicine,



Dates: Sunday, February 3, 2007 – Saturday, February 9, 2008

Location:  Girl Scout Camp (down the road from the Boy Scout Camp in Brookville, NJ)    

Prerequisite: Philosophy I

Class Size: Max 50 students

Fee: $999.00

NOTE: Students may set up tents or stay in the Camp’s "main room".  Hot showers are available at this facility.