In the pre-digital-ease of the early 1980’s, the Woodstock generation was again in search of spiritual development. The pursuit of purely material goals was proving less fulfilling than advertised. And I, like many others, sought guidance from Indigenous Elders.
On another continent my future partner, Mats Aguila, was doggedly pursuing his own spiritual awakening. Our paths would eventually cross; and from our highly charged and spiritually challenging debates, the Twin Flame Foundation was forged.
Thirty years is indeed a milestone. The world is a dramatically different place. And in our technologically driven culture, one might imagine shamanism as outdated.
Yet it continues to intrigue our minds.
Shamanism, the earth-based knowledge of Indigenous cultures, addresses our deep desire for meaningful connection, and fulfillment in our lives.
And although shamanic philosophies and practices may differ from culture to culture, we find a common thread connects them all…
The underlying premise that we are all
intricately, infinitely, interconnected
In Honor of All Our Relations.
Ceremonial Elder of the Twin Flame Foundation.