In this episode of the TruthSeekah Podcast TruthSeekah speaks with Shaman and Healer Aaron Fowler about practical and modern day shamanism. During the discussion Aaron speaks about some of his Supernatural encounters that led him down the path of healer and shaman. We also spoke about challenging one’s belief system and how this is a healthy practice that everyone should do. Belief in the Supernatural to those who are skeptics is seemingly foolish and if your belief doesn’t make you a better person or is not practical then maybe the belief should be reconsidered. One’s personal faith and conviction should not only impact our lives in a positive way but should also be practical so that the lives of our friends, families and even strangers are impacted by our inner beliefs and spiritual revelations made manifest in our day to day. As far out as we want to go with spirituality and as deep as we want to dig down the rabbit hole, nothing is more spiritual than being able to hone in on the simple things in life such as the examples left to us by Jesus and many other gurus. These were people who cared for the sick, the poor, the needy and also visited those who were in prison. If you do not have a heart for the basic principles of faith no matter what your religious belief is then your spirituality holds no truth but is simply a theory. Shamans, healers and holy men are people who have learned to travel dimensions in order to see people in a way that they may not see themselves. If the person is sick, has a disease or is depressed a shaman is able to go into the ethers, see that person made whole and bring it out into manifestation. This is all done through the power of love and empathy. The Bible describes faith as the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen, the scriptures also go on to say that whatsoever is done not of faith is a sin. Many people have given up and simply settle for default, they have accepted life and their current situation by the role of the dice. To whom much has been given much will be required and it is through empathy that we owe it to the world to let them know of the hope that we as shamans and healers hold to. To leave them there in their darkness would be of much detriment, but to go down into that same darkness and bring forth Marvelous Light proves that there is much substance and truth within our spirituality and beliefs. Regardless of race or religion, color or creed there is a longing deep within the hearts of men to connect with their creator and if we as shamans and healers ourselves initiated by the divine right of our ancestors are able to be a conduit then we have known the path of the Healer.