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Tai H.

Event Organizer


Seattle, WA

Member since:

August 27, 2011


How did you become interested in journeying?

I attended a workshop with Betsy Bergstrom several years ago at the Theosophical Society. Since then, I've completed several workshops and trainings with The Foundation for Shamanic Studies and followed the teaching of other practitioners, including Jose & Lena Stevens, Sandra Ingerman, etc.

What spiritual or shamanic traditions speak the most to you?

I've touched many traditions and have experienced tremendous growth and awakening through them all. However, yoga and shamanism have been the most potent for me and my personal practice is a blend of teachings from both, anchored by a meditation practice. My early path was influenced by Buddhism and contemporary spiritual teachers including Ram Dass, Tara Bracht, Reggie Ray, Mada Dalian, and various other potent beings. Teachers of recent influence include Thomas Huebl, James Boag, Dr. Douglas Brooks (Tantric philosophy), and Lee Holden (qigong).

What is your spiritual practice like?

Asana, meditation, journeying, ritual & ceremony, breathwork, drumming, dance & movement, plant medicine...

How did you hear about this group?

I was fortunate to cross paths with Kimberly Morton :)


It's such a gift to join in community with others on the path. Nice to meet you all and I look forward to connecting further! More info on my background and shamanic healing/yoga practice is available at­m :)


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