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Imagine that before you pass through a doorway to a sacred space you must first explain to the gatekeeper what you are going to do when you have entered and what you will have achieved by the time you leave.

Then imagine how you might apply this to some of your daily activities.

One Response to “Explain It to the Gatekeeper”

  1. This is the same as stating your intention when embarking on a shamanic journey for yourself or another. There are many tools that have been handed down to us which can help us understand and empower ourselves. Thank you Barry.

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