Tamarack Song

Tamarack Song is the Director of the Teaching Drum Outdoor School and author of books on nature, Zen, Native lifeways, and storytelling. He learned about Earth-based shamanic healing methods from the Native medicine men and women he apprenticed to. The wolves he lived with instructed him in the healing power of Nature. He lives a rustic life in the national forest, where he practices the shaman’s craft.

Tamarack Song is the Director of the Teaching Drum Outdoor School and author of books on nature, Zen, Native lifeways, and storytelling. He learned about Earth-based shamanic healing methods from the Native medicine men and women he apprenticed to. The wolves he lived with instructed him in the healing power of Nature. He lives a rustic life in the national forest, where he practices the shaman’s craft.

Interview Topic:

Shamanic Tools for Accessing the Healing Power of Nature

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Tamarack's Free Gift to You:

Five summit attendees will be the first to receive copies of Tamarack Song's upcoming book, Trance-Trauma Release: Shamanic Tools for Mending the Tortured Mind.

To enter the drawing, email tamarack@teachingdrum.org with Shamanic Healing in the subject line.


Links:

Teaching Drum Outdoor School: http://teachingdrum.org/about-tamarack-song/

Tamarack's latest book: Becoming Nature: Learning the Language of Wild Animals and Plants , published in March 2016

Bio:

Tamarack Song is the Director of the Teaching Drum Outdoor School and author of books on nature, Zen, Native lifeways, and storytelling. He learned about Earth-based shamanic healing methods from the Native medicine men and women he apprenticed to. The wolves he lived with instructed him in the healing power of Nature. He lives a rustic life in the national forest, where he practices the shaman’s craft.

 

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