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James Endredy is a teacher, mentor, and guide to thousands of people
through his books and workshops. After a series of life tragedies and
mystical experiences as a teenager he changed direction from his
Catholic upbringing and embarked on a life-long spiritual journey to
encounter the mysteries of life and death and why we are all here. For
over twenty-five years he has learned shamanic practices from all over
the globe, while also studying with kawiteros, lamas, siddhas, roadmen,
and leaders in the modern fields of ecopsychology, bioregionalism, and
sustainable living. James also worked for ten years with Mexican
shamanic researcher Victor Sanchez learning to share shamanic practices with modern people.
On a daily level, his experiences have inspired him to live a
sustainable lifestyle as much as possible while still working within
mainstream society. He writes, leads workshops, mentors private
clients, visits schools and community centers, speaks at bookstores,
and volunteers in his community. His books have thus far been published in four languages and include Ecoshamanism, Shamanism for Beginners, and Beyond 2012.
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Waking up in Mictlan, the underworld entrance of the North, nearly dead from an evil witch’s attack—this is where James Endredy’s gripping true account of his experience with the... Read more
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For untold centuries, the stereotypical vision most have of a witch includes a broomstick and flight. But, can witches really fly? James Endredy, author of The Flying Witches of Veracruz, has experienced the flight of the witch, though no broomsticks were used. How is this possible? What secrets do the witches of Veracruz hold?
The power of the chant connects us to the ancient spiritual art of singing shamans, swamis, lamas, rabbis, ministers, and priests. However, just as many of the world’s religions have neglected to adequately promote the sacredness of the land, so the modern religions have neglected to adequately promote the sacredness of the land, so the modern versions of these faiths employ many forms of...
2012 has been cited as being "the end of the world as we know it," at least as predicted by Mayan prophecy. Just what does this mean, and why 2012? James Endredy, author of Beyond 2012, explains.
[S]ince ecoshamanism is the antithesis of the materialistic worldview, one of the ways that the shamanic world can start to appear in front of us is when we engage in activities completely foreign to the habitual modes of being imposed on us by modern society. The techniques of counterpractice that I have laid out so far have been some of the big ones that are aimed at deep levels of awareness....
Since there are so many different and unique types of trees, it is important when approaching one to simply start by standing back from it and noticing what it is like and what it is doing. In this way you will have a better idea as to what kind of conversation you could have with the tree and what you may be able to learn from it. For example, if you were to meet a person who is a math...
One of the things that inspires me so much about the people involved in the New Age community is the undeniable sincerity and unpretentious good humor displayed by many of its members. But many of us (myself included) who openly acknowledge the ...