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Medicinemaker In the brilliant visionary tradition of Carlos Castaneda anthropologist Hank Wesselman first documented his spiritual journey in the acclaimed account Spiritwalker Now he continues his travels through the spirit world in this astonishing book leading us into the heart of one of the greatest mysteries of existenceDr Wesselman's inspiring uest began with a dramatic encounter on the island of Hawaii Though he had feared his connection to Nainoa a kahuna initiate and fellow mystic traveler would be severed when he moved to San Diego Wesselman would continue to merge minds with Nainoa Over the next five years the true purpose of their profound yet cryptic contact took shape Wesselman had gained access to some inner doorway putting him in the presence of a transcendent life force and intelligence On the threshold of a dazzling new understanding of nature he was a shaman in training an initiate into the sacred secret healing powers of the spirit worldThis remarkable book gives us an unprecedented glimpse into the origin and the destiny of our species Hank Wesselman has brought back from his extraordinary travels an extraordinary message the keys to personal power and to the healing of all humankind

10 thoughts on “Medicinemaker

  1. says:

    This author is an scientifically trained anthropologist who has experienced amazing mystical experiences Through his journeys he connected with a future descendant who shows him what our world may be if we do not start to honor Mother Earth and her natural resources His journeys also teach us about the nature of time as experienced in the spirit world The connection to the Hawai

  2. says:

    i'm having a hard time with this one i actually respect where this dude is coming from he does what i always wish white people would do which is relate his own experience rather than taking on other people's sacred stuff it still rubs me weird it's about his experiences of spontaneous time travel and communication with a person living 5000 years in the future maybe i don't believe him? m

  3. says:

    This is a completely amazing book It really helped me feel sane after some similar experiences though definitely not as intense as the author’s It completely sucked me in and resonated thoroughly This is officially one of my highly recommended reads The knowledge within is irreplaceable

  4. says:

    This is a short read about creating a sacred place in our mind and magic happens This is similar to a chapter in Napolean Hill's book who wrote Think and Grow Rich and how he would meet with his advisors Ancient and modern cultures have done this techniue but in our modern world not so much but perhaps the tide has turned

  5. says:

    Another amazing journey from Hank Wesselman This series is a true eye opener and really gives us a new way to perceive the world and our beliefs “There are no limits What is possible for each of us is determined by our beliefs”

  6. says:

    I'm hooked on this series Spiritwalker is the first Medicinemaker the second and Visionseeker the third It doesn't get fascinating than this PhD who has such credibility in his field sharing his spiritual journeys into the future I can't wait to read the next installment of Nainoa's story as Wesselman toggles between his mainstream life and his trips to the future To think this is TRUE is an amazing bonus

  7. says:

    This is the follow up to Spiritwalker that I had to read right away because I was so taken with the author's experiences in the first book In this book the author has come to a place of acceptance about his experiences and purposefully explores spirit travel and communicating with spirits and with Nainoa As well written and personable as the first book this is really a continuation of the first If you liked the first book you'll w

  8. says:

    Medicine maker is the second book in a trilogy Wesselman is a hard boiled scientist who through a series of mystical experiences began his journey into Shamanic practice The book is a profound call to action and guide at the same time Highly recommended

  9. says:

    I'm onto number two in the trilogy

  10. says:

    I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first one Started to feel contrived and less real But once again I had trouble putting the book down wanted to see what was going to happen next

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