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Author: Irene Siegel, Ph.D.

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Modern healing and ancient wisdom come together. Irene Siegel, PhD. is a transpersonal psychotherapist who brings together western healing, science, and spirituality. She is a modern shaman and an integrative psychotherapist who teaches ancient wisdom of the shamanic tradition, and helps others awaken consciousness in today's world. She is the author of The Sacred Path of the Therapist: Modern Healing, Ancient Wisdom, and Client Transformation, and Eyes of the Jaguar. More information can be found about Dr. Siegel at www.DrIreneSiegel.com.
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Are you a therapist, healer, or client interested in understanding how to accelerate the healing process? Irene Siegel describes her approach to Transpersonal Psychotherapy as east and west come together in the therapy session. The qualities and skills of a transpersonal therapist are discussed. The importance of inner focus, centering, and connection to the earth and to higher consciousness become essential elements in a transpersonal practice. She explains how the therapist can hold a higher spiritual frequency and become a vibrational tool for transformation as the client learns to do the same within a shared energy field. Healing of past trauma becomes a doorway for spiritual awakening.
Medicine Wheel - East

Medicine Wheel - East

2021-01-0921:23

Do you want to create from your personality or from your soul? The work of the East on the Incan Medicine Wheel focuses on creation and manifestation. Irene Siegel discusses going beyond the principles of personal visualization and affirmation. The shaman calls upon the eagle in meditation and ceremony. The eagle's vision spans ordinary and non-ordinary realities. Creation forms from a soul level and manifests in our ordinary world. Irene Siegel discusses her personal experiences and interpretation of the teachings. Appreciation to teachers of indigenous backgrounds for keeping this body of knowledge alive. They believe that the Earth is dying, and that the new shamans must come from the west. This is the final discussion in this series on the four directions of the Shamanic Medicine Wheel. 
Medicine Wheel - North

Medicine Wheel - North

2021-01-0220:43

BE STILL AND REMEMBER YOUR SOUL. The direction of the North on the Incan Medicine Wheel opens us to higher knowledge and mastery. Our reference point becomes our soul. The shaman calls upon the energy of the horse and journeys to the North through meditation. We can all take that journey and remember our mastery, and bring it into our ordinary world. In the North on the wheel we learn to stop doing and start being. Deep silence and presence is key to accessing higher frequencies of Divine consciousness. Irene Siegel discusses her personal experiences and interpretation of the teachings. Appreciation to teachers of indigenous backgrounds for keeping this body of knowledge alive. They believe that the Earth is dying, and that the new shamans must come from the west. 
Medicine Wheel - West

Medicine Wheel - West

2020-12-2621:29

Are you ready for spiritual initiation? Are you willing to do what ever it takes? The West on the Incan Medicine Wheel is the direction in which we face our greatest fears. The shaman goes into meditation and shamanic journey to  access the warrior spirit. Fears  release as we realize that we are one with Spirit.  Then the shaman is ready for the next step on the path of spiritual initiation. The jaguar is called upon to lead the way from the ordinary to the non-ordinary reality. This creates the Rainbow Bridge from one world to the next. Irene Siegel discusses her personal experiences and interpretation of the teachings. Appreciation to teachers of indigenous backgrounds for keeping this body of knowledge alive. They believe that the Earth is dying, and that the new shamans must come from the west. 
Medicine Wheel - South

Medicine Wheel - South

2020-12-1920:24

Are you prepared to shed your wounds of the past? In this segment we are entering the work of the South on the Medicine Wheel. It is the place of releasing our attachment to the wounds of the past. We heal our personal and ancestral wounds. On the Incan wheel we call upon the serpent to help us shed the past.  This is a major archetype of nature. The shaman goes into meditation and shamanic journey to shed all at once rather than layer by layer. This is as the serpent sheds its skin. The release of our past prepares us for spiritual initiation. Irene Siegel discusses the work of the South of the Incan Medicine Wheel. She shares her personal experiences and interpretation of the teachings. Appreciation to teachers of indigenous backgrounds for keeping this body of knowledge alive. They believe that the Earth is dying, and that the new shamans must come from the west. 
Have you ever walked a Medicine Wheel? Have you felt the power of transformation? Perhaps you have seen a Medicine Wheel on Native American sacred ground. It is usually created with stones. There is a center stone representing the Mother Earth. There are four stones in each direction of the wheel placed in the South, West, North, and East. The Medicine Wheel is an ancient and powerful tool of transformation. It is a living tool, because the work of each direction is very powerful yet different. We can walk the Medicine Wheel throughout our life. The lessens become deeper while awakening us to the higher self of soul awareness.. The journey awakens within us through intention and meditation. As we journey through the four directions of the wheel, we access the major forces of nature. These archetypes become powerful teachers on the path. Irene Siegel discusses the work of the four directions of the Incan Medicine Wheel. She shares her personal experiences and interpretation of the teachings. Appreciation to teachers of indigenous backgrounds for keeping this body of knowledge alive. They believe that the Earth is dying, and that the new shamans must come from the west. 
Are you called to the Shamanic path? How do we integrate the authentic Native American traditions into our modern world? The shaman is the wounded healer in Native American tradition. As we heal ourselves, our inner wisdom comes to the surface. As a psychotherapist, Irene Siegel understands how spiritual initiation arises from trauma. We are all experiencing some form of personal or planetary crisis. We become aware of the gifts in crisis as we follow a journey of spiritual initiation. Inner focus, mindfulness, and meditation are the doorways in. Paths of initiation are woven into our modern day cultural beliefs. Mental health and health crises can awaken us to our greatest potential as healers. Irene Siegel discusses the personal meaning of her journey with Incan shamanic teachers. Appreciation to teachers of indigenous backgrounds for keeping this body of knowledge alive. They believe that the Earth is dying, and that the new shamans must come from the west. 
Do you want to awaken to a greater consciousness and awareness? Are you interested in reaching your fullest potential as a spiritual being? The shaman learns to walk between the worlds from ordinary to non-ordinary reality. This is part of the Native American tradition. We access the non-ordinary reality through meditation and shamanic journeys. The experience is as real as being in our ordinary world. Many levels of reality make up who we are and how we manifest in our everyday world. The ability to walk between the worlds is a skill that one learns on the path of spiritual initiation. This is how we discover our authentic self and soul connection. Irene Siegel discusses the personal meaning of her journey with Incan shamanic teachers. Appreciation to the teachers of indigenous backgrounds for keeping this body of knowledge alive. They believe that the earth is dying, and that the new shamans must come from the west. 
The Power of Ceremony

The Power of Ceremony

2021-03-0718:21

Do you participate in family or religious ceremony without full participation of heart and soul because it is just familiar? Would you like to understand the deeper meaning behind ceremony? Learn the power of creating ceremony that bridges the ordinary with the nonordinary world of spirit. Irene Siegel discusses how the process of setting an over arching intention with spiritual meaning and connection becomes a powerful act. Creating ceremony with meaning and intention can lead to profound transformation within you, your family, and your community. 
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