Conversations with a Shaman — The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey

Now, for something completely different.

Really enjoyed my conversation with Gary, so if you have 40 minutes to spare, or just like ear wigging in on what other people are talking about (isn’t it always the way?), have a listen to the bits that could be published below.

If you enjoyed it, give Gary a follow – his regular podcasts include the great and the good of a diverse community of various esoteric interests (and me!)

Season 2, Episode 2 of the Magical World of G. Michael Vasey is out this morning. It features a lovely conversation with Allan Pringle, who trained as a Zuni shaman. Please do give it a listen and if you enjoy it, please do share it around. I’ve know Allan for some time and I always […]

Conversations with a Shaman — The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey
Looking more like my mother than I care to admit

About Running Elk

Running Elk is the name bestowed on me by a Medicine Man of the Zuni Nation in 2008 during a period of intense training in shamanic principles. Currently reconciling these core practices within the context of the Old World landscapes, folk beliefs and traditions by way of attempting to unearth some semblance of the long lost, indigenous knowledge of these Isles.
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8 Responses to Conversations with a Shaman — The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey

  1. saraannon says:

    My father’s family were Scottish and my Godfather was from one of the Pueblos closely related to Zuni, so am intrigued with the interplay between the two world views. I figure there is a reason I came across your interview now, so here is link to some of the twists and turns that combination has taken me through.
    https://saraannon.wordpress.com/2013/01/14/the-inexplicable/

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  2. gmvasey says:

    It was great talking and long overdue… yes, could have chatted for another couple of hours…. I may have asked about them slippers if I’d know too….

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  3. Sue Vincent says:

    Good to have my two oldest friends nattering 🙂 x

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  4. Steve Tanham says:

    Will give that a listen, Allan. Re: your photo and mother, I think it’s the wee pink slippers that are causing a purely mental link to alter your expression!

    Love to you both. A recent village green photo to wish you Happy Christmas… and may 2021 be kinder to us all. Steve and Bernie xx

    Sent from my iPhone

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    • Running Elk says:

      Step away from the wee pink slippers! (Essential in this house, let me tell you! 😀
      Have a good one when it comes, Steve. 2021 sounds like it may be the perfect antidote to 2020 – here’s hoping anyway… xx

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