Description - Ema's Odyssey by Sandra Harner
Follow the fantastic odyssey of one woman as she explores shamanic realms, encountering spirit animals and other teachers who answer her deepest questions and provide her with life-changing guidance and healing. Widowed, childless, and alone, 60-year-old Ema bravely decides to expand her self-knowledge by embarking on a spiritual adventure. She meets with author Sandra Harner, who leads her through five sessions of Harner Shamanic Counseling (HSC), a highly effective system of personal problem-solving in which counselors help clients enter a shamanic state of consciousness using a specific sonic rhythm. While in this state, clients seek out helping spirits, who offer insight, wisdom, and healing. By the end of her sessions with Harner, Ema has discovered her own innate ability to find answers to pervasive personal questions, overcome inhibitory fears, and acquire self-confidence and wisdom. She has found a sense of personal empowerment and a newfound joy in existence--and decides she wants to continue her journeys independently. From 1999 to 2011, Ema ventures on a total of 66 journeys, each one chronicled in this book, thanks to taped recordings of her simultaneous narration. I
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Author Biography - Sandra Harner
SANDRA HARNER, PhD, cofounded the Foundation for Shamanic Studies (FSS) in the late 1970s with her husband, Michael Harner, and has taught at U.C. Berkeley, California College of Arts and Crafts, and the State University of New York at Purchase. She has been actively involved in the FSS since its inception and is director of the Shamanism and Health Project and codirector of the Shamanic Knowledge Conservatory. Harner is a licensed psychologist and maintains a clinical practice specializing in health psychology and existential-humanistic psychotherapy. Her current focus of research is the intersection of shamanism and psychology.
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