WAY OF ABUNDANCE AND JOY
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WAY OF ABUNDANCE AND JOY
The Shamanic Teachings of don Alberto Taxo
Shirley Blancke Foreword by Hank Wesselman

Recognized as a master yachak, don Alberto Taxo is a celebrated spiritual elder, shaman, and healer of the pre-Inca Atik (Kichwa) people from the Andes Mountains of Ecuador. He has been sharing ancient Andean shamanic wisdom and practices in the United States for more than 20 years--his personal quest to fulfil the Andean prophecy that the Eagle and the Condor will fly together in the same sky in harmony.

Written with don Alberto's permission and as further fulfilment of the Eagle-Condor prophecy, this book shares don Alberto's teachings and his simple approaches for building a reciprocal relationship with nature, centred on Sumak Kausay, the way of joy and abundance. As a yachak, a shaman of the elements, don Alberto shows how to relate to and receive help from nature. When we are connected with nature on an emotional and spiritual level it creates joy that is deeply healing and can be accessed during life's difficulties. The book discusses traditional Ecuadorian shamanic beliefs and practices, including Andean Inca cosmology; how to connect with plants, animals, air, fire, and water in sacred springs, the ocean, or your shower; and Inca concepts like Pacha, the space-time era in which we live that is now transitioning to a new one of connection and love after 500 years.

The book explores don Alberto's upbringing in a family of yachaks, his initiation, and his assumption of the role of shaman for his community. It also includes reflections and essays from don Alberto's students and others who have worked with him, including shamanic teachers Itzhak Beery and John Perkins, showing how he influenced their lives and awakened them to the path of Sumak Kausay, Abundant Life.

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  • Published : 25/04/2022
  • ISBN : 9781644112168
  • Format : Paperback
  • Imprint : Destiny Books
  • Size (mm): 152 x 229
  • Category: Spirituality and Inspirational
  • Pages : 272
  • Edition :
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