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Reverend Angela Mandato Shamanic Energy Medicine Host the Been There Done That Show 4-5-14 6pm mst
Join us on at the Been There Done That Show on Saturday 4-5-14 at our web site www.beentheredonethatshow.com Marsha talks with Reverend Angela Mandato Shamanic Energy Medicine Join us from 6pm-7pm click on the listen now button
Angela has studied with many experts, indigenous wisdom keepers and healers from around the world and has been given the esteemed title of Metis Clan Mother. Angela is a graduate of the Sensory Development Institute and the Healing Light Body School. She is certified in Soulful Communication, Soulful Leadership, and Ultimate Human training as well as a long list of energy medicine modalities. She teaches worldwide on the topics of "Shamanic Energy Medicine", "Navigating the Realms of Relationship"
Angela’s connection to the earth and to spirit began before this lifetime. Her first memory is from a time before she was born, when it became clear to her that she had a commitment to this earth plane and all of life. She remembers her decision to come to earth. Her process has been described as jumping off a distant multi-layered high dive, then being squeezed into material form. As a baby, she communicated with other realms and basked in divine love and light.
Angela’s formal spiritual training began at a young age at the hands of her grandmothers. At age 7, she began to learn reflexology, body work and how to see and read auras. At age 8 she began reading books by mystics such as Edgar Cayce and T Lobsang Rampa. Between the ages of 9 and 13 she began to put those teachings into effect by creating her own mystery school, practicing mind reading, meditation, intuition, and healing. She connected deeply to nature and to the signs nature provides. Along with her mother, she continued to immerse herself in spiritual, mystical, and healing classes.
As a teenager, Angela was crowned as Miss LaVerkin. At age 17 she got married and began studying natural childbirth, herbal remedies, tai chi and eastern philosophy. This knowledge came in very handy when she gave birth to her two beautiful children at home in a natural setting with a midwife. By age 20 she was divorced and began her intensive study of Zen Buddhism, immersing herself completely into a path of devotion. Between 20 and 34 she lived primarily a temple Zen Buddhist lifestyle, and working in many cities as a waitress and a servant of her teacher. (For the full story read Divine Grace).
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