TNP27: Shamanism + The Corporate World with Agneta

25 minutes

This week's episode features my friend, Agneta, a Swedish executive leadership coach who, oh by the way, also studied shamanism with some of the most famous teachers alive. 

In this personal interview, Agneta shares what drew her to the shamanic path.  She also talks about the challenges of balancing her spiritual life with her corporate work. I love the end of this interview where she talks about being a catalyst - very inspiring for those who are trying to introduce spirituality in somewhat hostile atmospheres.

Some resources Agneta mentions include:

Psychosynthesis

Alberto Villoldo's Four Winds School (more of a South American tradition).

I've also heard good things about the Institute for Contemporary Shamanic Studies here in Canada.

 

I met Agneta when we were on a vision quest with Sparrow Hart of Circles of Air and Stone. He also shares medicine wheel teachings and several shamanic rituals.

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