Shamanism, and a shifting society’s focus from acquisition to reciprocation, is the key to restoring our universal connection and solving our interpersonal and world issues in the process.
Ya’Acov Darling Khan, Shaman & author of 3 international best-sellers, is known for his blend of strength, humility and humour. He practices shamanism & is acknowledged by many indigenous elders & communities from the Arctic to the Amazon. He travels the world to work with groups delivering Movement Medicine, & has spoken to audiences across the globe driving the transformation of world culture and sustainability (California’s Esalen organisation, The Embodiment Conference) alongside some of the most influential voices of spirituality today, including Marianne Williamson and Ken Wilber.
As early as age 7, Ya’Acov, the son of an entrepreneur raised near Liverpool, felt drawn to the down-to-earth connection with the spirit world that shamanism invites. With age, the calling to explore this world intensified. After struggling for years to come to terms with a perception of life that only traditional Shamanism could explain, a life-changing event changed the course of his life forever. Ya’Acov’s began three decades of study and practise with spiritual teachers and Elder Shamans from the Sami (European tradition), and Achuar and Sápara peoples of the Amazon.
“As a species, we are in a crisis. Our work? To reach as many people as possible and support them to know who they really are, find their purpose and live meaningful lives.”
Ya’Acov’s latest book, Shaman – Invoking Power, Presence and Purpose at the Core of Who YOU Are was released in March 2020.
More about Ya’Acov: www.darlingkhan.com