Mar 7, 2017


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Encounters with Power with José Luis Stevens

What is power? How do we make a bid for power? And, perhaps more important, how do we recover when our bid for power goes sideways and we are left wondering what just happened and how do I get home from this remote jungle location? Join us this week as José Luis Stevens joins host, Christina Pratt, to share stories from his new book “Encounters with Power: Adventures and Misadventures on the Shamanic Path of Healing.” José is the president and cofounder with his wife Lena Stevens of Power Path Seminars, dedicated to bringing the indigenous wisdom from shamans around the globe into business and everyday life.

This week's guest:
José Luis Stevens

José Stevens PhD is an international lecturer, corporate team builder and organizational coach, consultant and trainer. José is a psychologist, licensed clinical social worker and author of numerous articles and more than twenty books, including “Praying with Power” and “The Secrets of Shamanism”. His new book is “Encounters with Power: Adventures and Misadventures on the Shamanic Path of Healing”.

José is a co-editor for A Journal of Contemporary Shamanism and a board member of the Society for Shamanic Practitioners. He is the founder, with his wife Lena, of the Power Path School of Shamanism and The Center for Shamanic Education and Exchange, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating youth in indigenous cultures. He has completed a ten-year apprenticeship with a Huichol Maracame in Mexico and has studied with the Shipibos of the Amazon and the Paqos of the Andes for the last thirty years.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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