Spiritual Teacher Gwilda Wiyaka and Bernard Alvarez share an hour of fascinating and informative discussion. Author of "So, We're Still Here. Now What? Spiritual Evolution and Personal Empowerment in a New Era", is considered by many to be today's foremost expert on the modern day application of ancient shamanic principles.
She is the founder and director of the Path Home Shamanic Arts School, a Colorado state-certified occupational school of the shamanic arts. Gwilda is also a preceptor for the University of Colorado School of Medicine, where she provides instruction to medical doctors on the modern interface between shamanism and allopathic medicine for the University's School of Medicine's Complementary and Alternative Medicine course.
Born in the United States, Gwilda grew up overseas, becoming familiar with many cultures. She attended grade school in Saudi Arabia, and obtained most of her higher education in Switzerland. She holds a B.S. in Psychology and Religious Studies, and later became a Certified Massage Therapist in the United States at the Boulder College of Massage Therapy.
Her background of living in different societies around the world, coupled with her curiosity and fascination with the workings of life, prompted her immersion into shamanism. She has studied shamanism for almost forty years, has been a practitioner for thirty years, and a teacher of the shamanic arts since 1996. Gwilda has studied with American Indian healers from the Seneca, Lakota, Navajo, Arapaho, and Choctaw traditions and also received training in Tibetan, Core, and Celtic Shamanism. Early in her private practice she began interfacing with psychotherapists, psychiatrists, chiropractors, and medical doctors, from whom she still receives many of her referrals. Her medical intuitive skills have been corroborated by MRIs and CT scans, validating consistent accuracy.
Learn more about Gwilda at her webiste: http://gwildawiyaka.com/index.html