Where soul­ful heal­ing meets the hus­tle of every­day life. 

Wel­come to “The Urban Grief Shamans” pod­cast, a space where heal­ing meets the hus­tle of every­day life.

Join us, Patri­cia Jones, a psy­chother­a­pist and retired para­medic, John Moir who both are prac­tis­ing shaman­ic prac­ti­tion­ers, as we guide you through the labyrinth of grief and shame in the mod­ern world.

In our jour­ney togeth­er, we explore authen­tic sto­ries, prac­ti­cal wis­dom, and soul­ful insights that bridge the gap between ancient heal­ing tra­di­tions and con­tem­po­rary urban liv­ing.

Whether you’re seek­ing solace, under­stand­ing, or a path to trans­for­ma­tion, our pod­cast is here to accom­pa­ny you on your heal­ing journey.

Sub­scribe to “The Urban Grief Shamans” for con­ver­sa­tions that blend the sacred and the real, offer­ing a bea­con of light in the urban wilder­ness of grief and shame.

We are sev­er­al months away before we offi­cial­ly launch our pod­cast “The Urban Grief Shamans.” Kathy Glea­son who is the host of As I Live and Grieve dur­ing our two guest appear­ances on the pod­casts below, is our inspi­ra­tion and in a small way our men­tor to move for­ward with our own show. 

Should you feel you are car­ry­ing a sto­ry of your expe­ri­ence as a griev­er then reach out to us. We would love to hear from you!

Shamanic Perspective on Grief 

Join us today as Patri­cia Jones and John Moir offer insight into the Shaman­ic per­spec­tive on grief. Often asso­ci­at­ed with indige­nous or trib­al soci­eties, the ori­gins are from North­ern Europe and Asia, with a com­mon belief that spir­its exist and play an impor­tant role in both indi­vid­ual lives and society.

Love and grat­i­tude to Kathy Glea­son, our host.

The Five Gates of Grief

“Today we con­sid­er a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive on shaman­ism and grief with Patri­cia Jones and John Moir. We look at Fran­cis Weller’s work, The 5 Gates of Grief. Under­stand­ing the dif­fer­ent forms of our grief will help us bet­ter under­stand why mov­ing through life can be at times chal­leng­ing as we move through these diverse phas­es of grief.”

Love and grat­i­tude to Kathy Glea­son, our host.

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