Angela Joy Hart

Shaman
United States

The shamanic path is my life path, because it is life-changing, and filled with nature & magic.  I have lived at the foot of my mountain friend for decades and have enjoyed all the healing & teachings from this friend, as well as my friend, the wind, who roams the land I live.  I am in love & reciprocity, not only with them, but with all the nature beings & humans.  When I'm in nature, I always take a deep breath, knowing they are within me, then an exhale knowing I am with them.  They are always with me to help with healing for myself & others.

The shamanic path has been the most beautiful, exciting and rewarding path I have traveled. It is magical, adventurous and sometimes difficult. I remember being a child and writing poems about the wind. Now, the wind has become an amazing alliance & friend who I work with. I can remember playing in the clover and searching for leprechauns and nature beings, who I now have a very close relationship with.

In the late 70’s, early 80’s I read the Carlos Castaneda & Lyn Andrews books wondering if I would ever find someone in human form to teach me these ancient ways. Eventually, I took classes from Sandra Ingerman & Dana Robinson, teachers from the Michael Harner group, and was grateful for learning shamanic journeying & all the fascinating information they shared.

In the 90’s a semi truck pulled in front of me while I was at a stop light and it took forever for it to clear the road.  The name on the side of the truck was Jenkins. I felt there was something special about that name & I should remember it. A few months later Elizabeth Jenkins came to my hometown to teach the Andean Path. She came many times & took us to the 4th level. In 2019 I took her teachers training in Hawaii and I am authorized to teach the Q’ero lineage.

A friend gave me a book, “Masters of the Living Energy” by Joan Wilcox, which really peaked my interest. I ended up taking 1.5 years of her classes which gave me even more information and a deeper insight into the Andean path.

Juan Nunez del Prado, teacher of my teachers, Elizabeth Jenkins & Joan Wilcox, came to my hometown and I was fortunate to take his workshop, as well as a recent online workshop.

I have also studied with other teachers while visiting Peru.

I have been intermittently teaching shamanic classes for years and regularly doing the private healing sessions in person and online. I absolutely love seeing people grow and come into their own power.  If you are interested in exploring this enchanting and life-changing path, please feel free to reach out to me.

Infinite Blessings,
Angela Joy Hart

  • Modern languages: English
  • In my community I am known as: Shaman
  • The origin of my shamanic practice is: Andean, North American, South American
  • Additional healing modalities: Acupressure, Aromatherapy, Breathwork, Crystal / Stone Healing, Electromagnetic Field Treatment, Empathic Reading, Energy Medicine, Guided Imagery / Guided Meditation, Health Coaching, Meditation, Nutrition / Diet, Psychic / Medium, Reiki, Shiatsu, Sound Healing, Space Clearing, Yoga, Massage therapy
  • My areas of strength / passion include: Anxiety, Chronic Illness, Depression, Emotional Regulation / Anger, Fear, Life Purpose / Finding Your Call, Life Transitions, Nutrition, Past Life Work, Physical Ailments, Relationship / Co-dependency, Self Esteem, Spiritual Possession, Spirituality, Stress, Women’s Issues / Menopause
  • I work with people who have: Beginner experience with shamanic healing, Intermediate experience with shamanic healing, Advanced experience with shamanic healing
  • My client focus is: Adults, Animals/Pets, Elders 65+, Groups, Individuals
  • Years in practice: Over 20 years
  • Website: https://AncientWisdomMedicine.com
  • I offer sessions: In person, Phone, Zoom, FaceTime, WhatsApp / Signal / Telegram
  • I accept payment via: Apple Pay, Cash, Check, PayPal, Zelle
  • Accepting new clients
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