Mayan Wisdom Carrier: StephenGray Vision Interviews Nan Shuni Giron. (#7)

Nan Shuni Giron is truly a force of nature. She is an internationally recognized Guatemalan shamanic plant healer; ceremonial leader known as Mayan Ajq’iij; Mayan calendar day keeper; spiritual guide; environmentalist – and a whole lot more.

Here she talks about the roots of Mayan spirituality, the necessity of direct connection to the wisdom voices of the ancestors, keeping the ancient fire ceremony alive, the frequent occurrence of what many would call miracles in the mushroom ceremonies she leads, and the necessity and potential for we of the human species to find our gentleness, to listen to the living intelligences of the animals and the plants, and to come back into balance with the Earth and with Spirit.

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I’ve been involved in spiritual work and psychedelics for 50 years. This includes more than 20 years as a student and occasional teacher of Tibetan Buddhism; a dozen years actively involved with Native American Church peyote prayer ceremonies; “guest” membership in the ayahuasca-using Santo Daime Church, and experience with a number of other entheogens. I’m also the author of Returning to Sacred World: A Spiritual Toolkit for the Emerging Reality, and editor as well as one of 18 contributors to the popular Cannabis and Spirituality: An Explorer’s Guide to an Ancient Plant Spirit Ally. I teach people about the spiritual benefits of intentional cannabis use and conduct cannabis meditation and sound-journeying ceremonies.

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