- Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Weiser Books (July 1, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1578633850
- ISBN-13: 978-1578633852
- Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.9 x 8.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 42 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,347 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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* Try this at home: Grow your own psychic energy. Learn everything there is to learn about subtle energy bodies-- our own and others. * A step-by-step guide through the metaphysical wilderness and a plethora of material on all things psychic. * Contains a full chapter on how to form a Psychic Study group.
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Michelle Belanger is an energy worker and psychic vampire who has been studying magick and metaphysics for twenty years. Founder and head of House Kheperu, she has been leading workshops on magick and energy work for nearly a decade. Michelle has been featured on various radio shows and television documentaries, including Peter Anthony Holder's Soul Call, the X-Zone, XYTV's American Vampires, and WE's Night Bites. She is a recognized expert on the gothic and vampire subcultures and is the author of Psychic Dreamwalking, The Psychic Vampire Codex, and The Black Veil. Michelle lives in Brunswick, Ohio.
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To my delight, I found she oriented a lot of her material towards the solitary practitioner, aware that one would not always have access to an understanding partner, a detail I find sadly lacking in most books on the same subject. Thank you for another great gift to the occult community.
From the very beginning:
On p. 5 she states that the Middle World is the "easiest and safest' shamanic realm to travel in. Actually, most shamanic teachers consider the Middle World to be the most tricky, sticky and problematic realm. That's why Middle World work is not widely taught.
On p. 4 she states that there are three shamanic realms that a shaman can traverse. There are an infinity of realms, each with its own pitfalls, joys, and dangers.
On p. 6 she says, "The Underworld is populated by spirits of the dead, totem animals, ancestor spirits, and demonic entities." Again, not entirely true. The spirits of the un-crossed dead seem to live in the Middle World - that's how they possess people. My thousands of hours of journeying to The Lower World have yielded vastly different experiences to me than what she is describing here.
My advice? Take what you read with a few grains of salt. This opinion is based on what I've been taught, my own experiences of the shamanic realms, and it's also based on hundreds of hours teaching others about the shamanic realms. But in any case, certainly don't take my advice or anyone else's as gospel: do the journeys and find these truths for yourself.
She masters the "craft" so well, and while introducing begginners into this realm, she also speaks to more "advanced" empaths and sensitives about any enquiries they might have.
I was very pleased to see that this lady does indeed stress the difference between innate senses and mental disorders, and although the line is a very subtle one between the two, she somehow is able to explain the difference.
The "energy" I felt around this book was a very positive one, mixing both Earth and Air in a rare but powerful combination.
And what is most enjoyable is that she was able, through her flowing and simple style, to make the reader understand that there is no clear-cut experience for, let's say, the human aura (among others, for it is the most "stereotyped"), and one is indeed able to "feel" the aura without "seeing" it, as is usually understood. For example, one can "smell", "taste", "hear" it, according to one's "proficiency" in any of the subtle senses.
This is a tour-de-force that few can accomplish.
I highly recommend this book for any and all empaths and sensitives, for they will understand what is "wrong" with them and why they should consider themselves lucky to be "awake".