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Tai H.

Event Organizer


Seattle, WA

Member since:

August 27, 2011


How did you become interested in journeying?

My first introduction to shamanic journeying was with Betsy Bergstrom at the Theosophical Society many years ago. Since then my “journeywork” and consciousness-expanding explorations have been in the realm of shamanism, tantric yogic practices, breathwork, and work with entheogens. And I’d put meditation into this category, as well!

What spiritual or shamanic traditions speak the most to you?

I’ve walked a long and winding path, but my deepest roots are in core shamanism, vegetalismo work, yoga, and meditation. Zen Buddhism, Christian mysticism, Tantric Yoga, Hinduism, and Taoism are my most resonant spiritual frameworks, although it’s really all speaking to the same thing. Influential teachers include Thomas Hubl, Jeannie Zandi, Adyashanti, Sandra Ingerman, and Dr. Douglas Brooks.

What is your spiritual practice like?

I consider daily life my spiritual practice, but more formal practices include meditation, yoga (asana/chanting/deity-work), breathwork, and shamanic-style practices and rituals.

How did you hear about this group?

I was fortunate to cross paths with Kimberly Morton :)


Hello! I am a breathwork facilitator, yoga teacher, and shamanic practitioner. More info on my background and teaching practice is @­m.


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