Non-Profit Organisation - Sacred Practice - Sacred Sites - Indawo Yenhliziyo

Since starting our work as Sangomas many years ago, we have always been aware of the many areas our work covers and the social responsibility the Sangoma tradition holds to all of humanity.
In the last year we decided to set up a Non-Profit Organisation which addresses the many elements of the Sangoma tradition and the cultural traditions which affect all cultures, all over the world. Much of our work here at Africa Shaman Experience will be aligned with the work of the Organisation, and a website for the NPO will be up and running soon.

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Sacred Sites

Our land is our inheritance and within the land are sites of sacred significance.
Sacred sites have always been an important aspect of the indigenous peoples all over the world.
This is no less true for South Africa and Africa as a whole.
The Sangoma has always contributed or played the role of guardian to these sites, often having very personal connections to the sites with direct experiences at the site itself.
This is something which is not fully acknowledged and as Sangomas we hope to bring greater recognition of this fact through our work.

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Mentorship Programmes

We offer two online mentorship courses. These are the Zulu African Shaman Mentorship course and the Celtic Shaman Mentorship Course. Both courses have been uniquely created by the Sangomas and shamans here at Africa Shaman Experience.

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Medicine Beads & Transformation

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Mountain Power & Teachings

We have found ourselves in forest and mountain, split between the two as the building of the retreat continues… The full presence of both places has touched our hearts and made us smile so many times. We were called by the King of the Amahlubi people to attend community rites which is an inspiring experience

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Visits & Ceremony

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Mud Walls and Medicine

The seasons are changing and the mountains of the Drakensberg are shifting at Africa Shaman Retreat site… Building work has been steady and slow as we spend time building and fulfilling all our Sangoma work too… We have had visitors to the retreat who are willing to rough it a little and help with the

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Protecting the Sacredness of Seed

All communities are preparing ground and planting here in KwaZulu-Natal. This includes the community of Hlatikulu where we are building out retreat and homestead. We met with the Induna last Wednesday and discussed the fields that were being prepared for planting and he told us that despite heavy rainfalls elsewhere, that region of the mountains

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