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Hank Wesselman, Ph.D.
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Please be aware our stock of these books have been in storage - These, now out of print, hardcover books are in good to great condition.

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Visionseeker: Shared Wisdom from the Place of Refuge

In this remarkable work, Dr. Wesselman reveals what it means to be a mystic and a medicine man in an age of high technology and super science. His spiritual quest continues to unfold, illuminating the emergence of a modern Western shamanism, the phenomenon of spirit possession, the conveyance of the souls of the dead, and the true nature of the human spirit. His connections with fellow mystic Nainoa give us an intimate look into kahuna spiritual wisdom, and their amazing visionary voyages finally bring them face-to-face with each other and with the mysterious Source of all Existence.

This extraordinary book, written by a scientist, also gives us an unprecedented glimpse into the origin and destiny of our species. It is a true hero's journey, revealing who and what we may all become when we accept the call to adventure, experience authentic initiation, and return from our quest as world redeemers.

About the Author: Dr. Wesselman is an anthropologist who thinks of himself as a modern-day shaman, one who specializes in the study of the spiritual ancestry other cultures--à la Carlos Casteneda. VISIONSEEKER, his third book, details his many encounters with spirits who lived at other times. Although spiced with musical bridges at the beginning and end of each side, the book overall is a disappointment. Wesselman speaks in a monotonous drone, sounding as if he is giving a six-hour lecture. His voice is a flat monotone, even during intense or emotional passages. Like his students, audio listeners may have difficulty staying awake. A.G.H. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

Published - 2001

Hardcover Book; 326pp.