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Deathwalking, or psychopomping, is the shamanic practice of helping the deceased's soul pass on to the next realm. Despite being an essential aspect of the Shaman’s historic and contemporary role, it has been largely overlooked in modern Shamanic literature. Shaman Pathways – Deathwalking is an anthology offering ten perspectives on this vital and timeless practice.
Shaman Pathways – Deathwalking, features essays from Imelda Almqvist, Kenn Day, Yvonne Ryves, Elen Sentier, Dorothy Abrams, Vani Neelakantan, Janet Gale, Lucya Starza, Danu Forest, and Laura Perry. '...a rare opportunity to learn more about guiding souls and also about the compassionate people who perform this essential service.' Evelyn C. Rysdyk, author of The Norse Shaman
It may be one of the most complex questions ever asked: What really happens to the soul after death?
Learn to help souls transition to the light and the dying prepare for death. This work is called Deathwalking or Psychopomp, a method of helping souls transition to the heavenly realms if and when they need assistance. You will learn the valuable healing process of helping souls who are stuck transition so they can continue their soul's journey after this earthly physical life.