Pressroom Podcast: An elephant in the room
She was a pathologist for 20 years before shifting her focus to shamanic healing. Duluthian Sarah Seidelmann recently released her third book "Swimming with Elephants," which “tells the eccentric, sometimes poignant, and occasionally hilarious experience of a working mother and wife undergoing a bewildering vocations shift from physician to shamanic healer.”
In this episode, Seidelmann, whose sister is well-known comedian Maria Bamford, explains what Shamanism is, how she got into shamanic healing, and how she has found it to help others.
“Shamanic healing really gets at the spiritual aspect of whatever is going on and helps to bring balance to the person and the situation,” says Seidelmann.
More: Podcast host and News Tribune features reporter Christa Lawler recently wrote an article about Seidelmann. You can read that here.
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