Leopard Warrior

A Teaching Memoir That Crosses The Barriers Between WorldsA Shaman Is One Who Has Learned To Move Between Two Worlds Our Physical Reality And The Realm Of Spirits For John Lockley, Shamanic Training Also Meant Learning To Cross The Immense Divide Of Race And Culture In South Africa.As A Medic Drafted Into The South African Military In 1990, John Lockley Had A Powerful Dream Even Though I Am A White Man Of Irish And English Descent, I Knew In My Bones That I Had Received My Calling To Become A Sangoma, A Traditional South African Shaman, John Writes I Felt Blessed By The Ancient Spirit Of Africa, And I Knew That I Had Started On A Journey Filled With Magic And Danger His Path Took Him From The Hills Of South Korea, Where He Trained As A Student Under Zen Master Su Bong, To The Rural African Landscape Of The Eastern Cape And The World Of The Sangoma Mystic Healers, Where He Found His Teacher In The Medicine Woman Called MaMngwevu.In Leopard Warrior, John Shares A Gripping Account Of His Experiences And The Wisdom He Learned Over Years Of Training Here He Invites You To Discover Powerful Insights Into The Spiritual Tradition Of The Xhosa Lineage Of South Africa The Tribe Of Nelson Mandela And Desmond Tutu Ubuntu A Core Concept For Recognizing And Embracing Our Deep Interconnection With All Living Things Ancestor Medicine How We Can Learn To Honor The Blood In Our Veins, The Heritage Of Our Soul, And Our Shared Humanity Recovering Our Forgotten Knowledge About The Wisdom Of Our Dreams, The Spirits Of Plants And Animals, And The Power Of The Unseen WorldIn Traditional African Healing Circles, The Leopard Represents Intuition, Instinct, And Harmony With Nature And The Spirit World As John Lockley Writes, A Leopard Warrior Is A Spiritual Soldier Who Mirrors The Natural World And Directs Their Gaze Inward To Answer The Call Of Their Spirit With Leopard Warrior, He Brings Us An Inspiring Call To Action Showing How We Can Bridge The Barriers That Divide Us, Embrace The Gifts Of Our Ancestors, And Reclaim Our Rightful Place As Compassionate Caretakers Of Our World.Leopard Warrior

John is one of the first white men, in recent history, to become a fully initiated sangoma in the Xhosa lineage of South Africa He was born, in 1971, into a divided Apartheid South Africa, with the mark of the sangoma on his face a band of white birth skin around the eyes At 18, John was serving in the South African army as a medic during the war with Angola in the 1980s when he had a strong

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Leopard Warrior
  • John Lockley
  • 26 August 2019
  • 9781622039036

10 thoughts on “Leopard Warrior

  1. says:

    I felt very strongly pulled to this book, by the cover, title energetically I can t say enough wonderful things about this book It is truly amazing I got goosebumps multiple times while reading John s story It does jump around sometimes I had a hard time following But I could not put this book down, once I started it One of the key things I learned, is that I had walked away from my ancestral DNA lost touch with them I mysel...

  2. says:

    I am reviewing this book after receiving it in a giveaway It relates John Lockley s story of how he, a white South African, became a sangoma traditional priest and healer of the Xhosa tribe the tribe of Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu It is a fascinating story of how he received his calling and the path that he took both before and after Apartheid I found the first half or two thirds of the book very interesting, but got bogged down a bit after that this boo...

  3. says:

    Lockley s spiritual autobiography from his military medic days through Zen Buddhism and his initiation as a traditional Sangoma He has a gentle careful way with words Easy to read Three introductory meditations at the end of the book.

  4. says:

    While I don t doubt Mr Lockley s sincerity this is not a subject that holds my interest.

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