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The Shamans View of Schizophrenia

& Acute Sensitivity

This book was born out of a time of Acute Sensitivity, hearing voices and feeling invaded by entities and thought-forms. It has been reviewed well by Anne Deveson and Australian Journalist that founded SANE and wrote her own account of her son's mental health issues. (See below) If you are looking for an alternative view with a safe and grounded approach and tools to help navigate the inner terrors, this is the one to purchase. Good for those suffering and those that want to understand what is going on from the inside. It's very popular with sensitive people regardless of having mental health issues. Its got tips for all levels of sensitivity.




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Resilience 101

This book was born from travelling within and without. Akin to the famous travel books called 'The Lonely Planet Guide'. I was inspired to write this for the Astral world and what a traveller might need on the inner quest one takes to understand the landscapes of the soul's path towards consciousness.

Much in the form of an easy reading coffee table book, The Astral Planet Guide is a great gift idea and an enjoyable journey in learning the important keys of building resilience in order to thrive as a spiritual being living here in one's earth suit.

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The Guide To

Contemporary Shamanism

In your own home

This manual offers lots of practical guidance on the medicine path of contemporary shamanism. It includes journeys both in traditional and contemporary formats as well as tips and exercises to assist you on your path. A great resource with blank pages to write your own insights. This is a valuable guide for deep diving beginners, those who want to reboot their inner spiritual practices and those who want to train to be safe practitioners.

The workbook is currently available in PDF version $35 Australian



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Voices Within

What is truth?
What is delusion?
And how will she know the difference …?

Isabo Campbell wakes up in a juvenile psych ward with no memory of how or why she is there. Her father, who also happens to be her psychiatrist, is reluctant to authorise her release. Weeks before Isabo was found in a church, full of rage, smashing the altar to pieces and screaming for justice.

After her eventual release, Isabo albeit reluctantly begins to listen to her voices within. Beckoned to follow a trail of visions … she is transported back to 16th century Scotland, the era of witch-hunts! This is a story steeped in memories from a dark time and like a puzzle needs the pieces to be found and put back together. Isabo Campbell is nothing if not courageous in the face of the unknown. This is a tale of insight, consciousness and recovery, just not the type you are used to hearing about within the halls of psychiatric wards. Isabo courageously immerses herself in both worlds on a quest for the truth.

‘Madness is like being an ignorant tourist in a foreign country without knowing anyone, speaking the language or understanding the customs.


Once you get to know the country you’re in, and how it works, you are more informed and no longer an ignorant tourist. You then become a seasoned traveler.’
Odette Nightsky, Voices Within


The Bridge Between

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“Odette Nightsky has had the courage and sensitivity to present an alternative view of schizophrenia and of other psychotic illnesses. She believes that people with schizophrenia are deeply spiritually disturbed, and acutely sensitive to the world and the universe - around them. The healing pathway she suggests is one that helps people reclaim the ground of their being, and achieve harmony and balance within their lives. Illnesses like schizophrenia are mysterious - even for people like me who grew up wearing shoes of science and have since flown in all kinds of directions trying to understand what's going on. What I like about Odette's book, The Bridge Between Two Worlds, is that she isn't proscriptive. She gently suggests how she sees psychotic experiences, and then allows the possibility of numbers of paths to healing, including the traditional ones of medication if that's how people feel safest. Her approach is a responsible one".

Anne Deveson is a writer, broadcaster and documentary filmmaker with a long involvement in human rights issues. She has worked as a journalist for the BBC and the London bureau of the New York Times. Is internationally recognized for her work in the media and mental health for which she was awarded an Officer of the Order of Australia. She has also received honorary doctorates by the University of New South Wales and the University of South Australia for services to the community.

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