When the world didn’t visibly change after December 21, 2012, many people assumed the prophecies were wrong. Nothing could be further from the truth. In her new book, So, We’re Still Here. Now What? Gwilda Wiyaka clarifies the current realities of the ancient prophecies and explains how the frequencies bathing our solar system have been undergoing radical alteration due to our relative position in the galaxy and, in turn, our galaxy’s relative position in the universe, which the Mayans somehow understood.
Wiyaka is a preceptor for the University of Colorado School of Medicine; as such, she provides instruction to medical doctors on the modern interface between shamanism and allopathic medicine. She the founder and director of Path Home Shamanic Arts School, a Colorado state-certified occupational school that trains and certifies shamanic practitioners and instructors. She has studied shamanism for 40 years, has been a practitioner for 30, and has been a teacher of the shamanic arts since 1996.
She is the founder, director, and owner of Path Home Shamanic Arts School. Path Home Shamanic Arts School is a Colorado state-certified occupational school of the shamanic arts created to train and certify shamanic practitioners and instructors.
While shamanism is an ancient Earth based healing modality, Gwilda has demonstrated its modern day effectiveness. She has integrated shamanism with medical practices and counseling practices. She has established shamanism as a healing modality in its own right, promoting the personal power and spiritual evolution of the individual.
She has studied shamanism for almost forty years and has been a practitioner for twenty-five years, and a teacher of the shamanic arts since 1996. Gwilda has studied with American Indian healers from the Seneca, Sioux, Navajo, Arapaho, and Choctaw traditions. She has also received training in Tibetan, Core, and Celtic Shamanism. Gwilda also conducts workshops and seminars throughout the world.
She has created numerous workbooks, and instructional and musical CD’s to help her students deepen their study and understanding of shamanism. She has written the school’s curriculum and has been published in the Whole Health Institute’s professional journal and the Healing Path Magazine. Gwilda writes monthly articles for the Path Home Shamanic Arts School website and the Path to Personal Power™ E-Newsletters. Gwilda is an experienced inspirational speaker and singer/songwriter. firstname.lastname@example.org