Hank Wesselman has 12 books on Goodreads with ratings. Hank Wesselman’s most popular book is Spiritwalker: Messages from the Future. The Spiritwalker Teachings: Journeys for the Modern Mystic With permission from the great Kahuna elder, Hale Makua, Hank Wesselman, Ph.D, shares. In the third remarkable book in the Spiritwalker trilogy, Dr. Hank Wesselman reveals what it means to be a scientist, a mystic, and a medicine man in an age of .
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I have to buy it, and read Wesselman’s other books.
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Discover The Spiritwalker Teachings: There is simply too fine a remembrance of details Hnk Mythic Nature of the Self Visionseeker 5: Their journey leads them from Hawaii to the Mainland and is a tale of time travel in to the future and the collapse of the world as we know it. This book was so, so interesting that I had a hard time putting it down!
Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Wesselman embarked on a mystical journey beyond the boundaries of ordinary consciousness.
I bought his next 2 books but haven’t read them yet. Explore Shamanism via a Workshop Join us for a Visionseeker retreat to explore the shamanic method, delve into your inner world and start an inner quest A time when our civilization was destroyed And as we do, our attention is drawn inexorably, hanl with discernment, to the storytelling fare that is being presented to us by the major information sharing sources, such as the national and international news media, special interest groups including religion, commerce driven campaigns, and the social media outlets.
What did the anthropologist have to learn from this exotic traveler from another time and place? Thank you for visiting and we offer a warm aloha. When Wesselman merged with Nainoa it was as though the two existed “simultaneously within one physical body”, and Nainoa seemed unaware of the other’s presence.
The author mentioned his experiences started when his life was in upheaval As we move toward the beginning spiritwalkfr a new year, many of us are courageously taking stock of what is going on in our world.
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There is much use of Hawaiian terms which in places renders understanding difficult. Our search for objective knowledge has come at the cost of a deeper, intuitive connection with nature and our spiritual selves. Hank Wesselman reveals what it means to be a scientist, a mystic, and a medicine man in an age of high technology and super science. Jun 20, Brandy rated it really liked it.
Oct 14, Amy Denham rated it did not like it. Greetings to all of you … Distinguished members of the United Nations, and my fellow indigenous peoples in the community of man—aloha. Journeys for the Modern Mystic64 powerful audio tracks on 6-CDs to be used to build your foundation of shamanic knowledge and practice But since Gaia’s soul is ascending, our 3-dimensional Earth would be left soulless in the time thereafter, and I don’t comprehend how this would work.
This woman greatly resembles the author Wesselman’s own wife. The author is a Professor of Anthropology who, inadvertently at first, embarks on visionary travels with a Hawaiian spirit guide named Ninoa. Author of Healing Words: However, with the passage of years and seeing the way the world is changing, I thought of this book and what it said about the future and I decided I wanted to go back and look at it again.
Actually, it is my understanding that there exist many possible futures, and no future has to happen, it all depends on ourselves. I started this over a year ago, but got sidetracked. Shamanic Cosmology Visionseeker IV: Although the author refers to Michael Harner quite often, he is just not in the same class.
A bit long and repetitious but some inspirational and eye-opening passages. Can’t wait to read the sequel.
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If you get bogged down with the validity of a belief system, then don’t bother reading the book. I would be less skeptical, if he told his story and didn’t throw in pitches for his workshops, etc. I also noticed he is continuing his writing of these experiences in another book I think someone told me he has a third one out as well?