Talking to a Shaman

Author(s) : Anthony Bogrjantseff, Translator : Svetlana Shirley

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Talking to a Shaman

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This book focuses on spirituality, mind-body health, trans-personal psychology, and spiritually oriented self-help. It aims to engage, improve, inspire, educate, motivate and be emotionally healing to readers from any societal background, interested in exploring their inner world, and willing to understand how their thoughts can impact their life.

A motivational and inspirational guide, it is written in the form of the author’s dialogue with his Higher Self, or Inner Shaman. The book is presented as a mystical tale set in a deep Siberian taiga, taking the readers on an entertaining journey of self-discovery, advancement and wisdom. Talking to a Shaman helps the individual to look at the world from different angles, and gives us tools for improving our lives.

About the Author(s)

Anthony Bogrjantseff was born in Estonia. He studied music and sociology, and having completed his postgraduate education continues a life-long study and self-improvement. One of his major interests is societal psychology and insightful spirituality. He has been published in Germany and the UK, and originally writes in Russian; Talking to a Shaman is his first book in English. He wants to share his innovative and unique way or presenting the life-improving ideas and techniques through this book which is a first in the series of Talking to a Shaman. Anthony currently lives in London.

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Kn Jones on 22/08/2017 10:23:33

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Got as a present. That's definitely the best present ever. Recommend

S Volochnyuk on 10/03/2017 14:17:06

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Amazing. Little mysterious book. Enjoyed it. Thank you from Ukraine.

Aurora Clemence on 22/01/2017 22:51:17

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Very unusual and deep.

Terrance D. on 03/01/2017 23:47:34

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That's a lot squeezed into a book, don't be fooled by the number of pages. Serious stuff.

Sandy Barton on 04/12/2016 13:01:11

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Well worth it. Magical and mesmerising. Captivating read.

Inga Harrisson on 02/12/2016 14:17:16

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When I red the book, I got an impression that I am reading an ancient book full of wisdom, not a book written in 2016.
I strongly advise you to read this book through and through, taking time to reflect and make it part of your life. It might change your perception and, I hope, enlighten you.

Alens Austers on 06/10/2016 19:17:58

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Worth every hour spent reading it. Definitely would recommend it to anyone.

Kate on 19/09/2016 14:38:48

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Enjoyed this psychologically challenging book, a dark and brooding fairy tale with a twist, intense and emotional.