Who Can I Trust? A Practical Guide by Shaman Elder Maggie WahlsWho Can I Trust? A Practical Guide by Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls

Who Can I Trust? A Practical Guide

byShaman Elder Maggie Wahls

Paperback | October 18, 2011

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Answers for the Eternal Question: Who Can I Trust?
Trust is something that man in ancient times learned from the Shaman of his tribe. It was the Shaman’s example as a member of that tribe or community that showed the people how and why to be trustworthy. It is not something that we learn in our modern day society because Traditional Shamanism has been all but lost to modern man. Let Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls, with her over 50 years of experience in the subject, help you:

  • Understand the illusion of control and the power of letting go
  • Identify and master the five elements of trust
  • Learn why people lie and how to avoid this trap
  • Discover your own truth and how emotions can color it
  • Understand diversionary tactics that people employ to avoid accountability
  • Explore the nature of ulterior motives and how they affect follow-through

Praise for the Teachings of Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls:
"As Wahls makes completely clear, this is not about Shamanism, but rather the teaching of the art of living and the difficult questions that generally go unanswered in the process. Transport yourself back to your school days. How many times did you contemplate asking a question? How many times did you ask it? How many times did the teacher invite students to ask questions because other students would likely have the same questions? This non-fiction guide is much like that--a sort of solutions manual to the myriad questions that come up along this journey we call life." --GettingBookReviewsDot.Com

"You put all these wonderful things out there for us to look at, ponder on, research, pick up and play with, or to pick up add it to our set of tools and learn to use. So, thank you for this most fabulous tool. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you." --Darill Hall

"I realize that your purpose is to show me how to find the answers within myself, which of course you knew all along. I know what it means to be a teacher now. You truly are wise, Shaman Elder Maggie." --John

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Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls has been practicing Shamanism since her grandmother, a traditional indigenous Shaman, began teaching her at age three. She has written and published many articles including a book titled The Shaman Speaks and teaches an online apprenticeship course in traditional Shamanism at www.shamanelder.com. She is availa...
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Title:Who Can I Trust? A Practical GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.08 inPublished:October 18, 2011Publisher:Loving Healing PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1615991344

ISBN - 13:9781615991341

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Table of Contents

What is Trust? ............................................................................. 1What is Control? ...................................................................... 2Letting Go of Control ............................................................... 3Collaborating with the Creator ................................................ 4Elements of Trust ..................................................................... 51. Reliability ................................................................................ 62. Consistency .............................................................................. 1Self-Esteem and Self-Respect .................................................... 23. Truthfulness ............................................................................ 5Judgment and a Free Mind ....................................................... 5Self-Deception ........................................................................ 104. Accountability ....................................................................... 12Diversionary Tactics to Avoid ................................................ 145. Follow-through ...................................................................... 18Ulterior Motives ..................................................................... 19Conclusion ................................................................................. 23References .................................................................................. 25Web Resources ....................................................................... 26About the Author ...................................................................... 27

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"A well written guide for people to not get caught up with the wrong ones. A helpful tool for discernment." -- Ann H"Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls has answered for many of us the question of whom to trust in this world with practical and easy to use directives about how to know if someone is trustworthy. My mom should have taught me this! So if you have been deceived and taken in by people that don't have your best interest at heart, read this short eBook and find out how to choose your allies, friends and confidants. Well worth the teensy price! "- Oakalakaleah "Again we receive insight and wisdom on a personal development level. Trust is such an important factor in relationships, but rarely explained with such clarity." -- Peter G"As Wahls makes completely clear, this is not about Shamanism, but rather the teaching of the art of living and the difficult questions that generally go unanswered in the process. Transport yourself back to your school days. How many times did you contemplate asking a question? How many times did you ask it? How many times did the teacher invite students to ask questions because other students would likely have the same questions? This non-fiction guide is much like that --a sort of solutions manual to the myriad questions that come up along this journey we call life."-- GettingBookRevewsDot.com