Monday, February 16, 2009

The Beautiful Mongolian People

I had the pleasure of having a very beautiful Mongolian person be my friend. She did so much for me in all her generousity. I would like to help others who may be interested to get to know these wonderful people.

There is a Mongolian chat which I truely enjoy at Asia Finest.

They chat about all kinds of issues affecting Mongolians. It is a great place to visit and learn about Mongolian culture, make some friends, and just plain chat. They are very open to anyone as long as there is respect for them and their culture.

Another grand thing is the Byki software. It's just wonderful for those wanting to learn Mongolian. I am awful at languages but even I am learning Mongolian with this software.

If you want to do some language exchange. I've had wonderful results with my language exchange. I've even been able to chat with others in other countries. Lots and lots of fun.

Many blessing


Friday, November 28, 2008

Black Friday Sale, Christmas Sale, Yule/ Winter Solstice Sale

Black Friday Sale, Christmas Sale, Yule/Solstice Day Sale at our ETSY Store. The ETSY store is our store for all our handmade items and some vintage items and some supplies. We are having items reduced for our Black Friday Sale, Christmas Sale, Yule/Solstice Day Sale as low as50% off and everything in between to as little as 10% off. We are saleing items such as handmade Navajo jewelry, protection jewelry, moon pad patterns, shamanic healing, tarot card readings, singing bowls, and of course our handmade goat milk soap. So come see what wonderful stuff we have on sale at our ETSY store.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

The Shamanic Center

The Shamanic Center,

Well, we got a little bit done on our little center. We got one large compost pile completed and it is really good compost. We got our sheep sheared and some of his fiber washed. We will card it later and spin it. Hope to make a pair of ceremonial felted boots from the fiber. We completed the mountain shrine but still need to do ceremony for it. We at least have the fence up in the bio-intensive farm area and started clearing away a two hundred foot area in hopes of growing something there. Hope to get a small 5o foot mini- green house built for our winter food. We have started the 40 foot compost pile. This should make enough compost for the entire small mini-farm next season. We are still working on the fire pit site.

We have been working on our etsy store mostly and have some of our hand made items on it and very reasonably priced shamanic consultation, and tarot card readings at

Well, this is all we have for update.

Many blessings Shaman Amy

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Get Witchified Podcast Interview of Shaman Amy

Get Witchified Podcast Interview of Shaman Amy

First I'd like to tell all of you that are interested where to find the podcast. It is the seventh episode:

I'd also like to tell you a little about the podcast and Oseaana the host of the podcast.

The podcast delve into the witch world of spell craft, devination, the paranormal and everyday life.

Oseaana also has several stores and other websites.,, and an Etsy store where you can get her handmade one of a kind special spiritual creations Go and enjoy her podcast, she offers music, pagan happenings around New York, witchy information for spell making, interviews with various people, etc.

I had a custom bottle for my altar make. She is very gifted. Go and get your own custom items.

Many blessings

Shaman Amy

Friday, September 12, 2008

Wild Shaman

I had to address this because I don't think people are really knowing me. That is the problem of making assessments based on electronical equipment. We don't really see the people in their day to day life and so we don't really know how they live by just receiving an email or occasional phone call.

I found it funny that anyone could think I was wild. Most people that know me think I'm boring. When I was a teen ager my parents were mad at me because I liked foriegn customes. When I was a teen ager I wanted to make a museum of folk customes. If I found someone with an interesting custome in the mall I'd walk up to them and say. "Oh, I just love what you're wearing." "Where are you from." "What is that custome called". And I'd be having them in public trying to teach me how you wear the thing. These are the wild things I did as a teen ager along with ice skating, horseback riding, growing trees, painting, knitting, crochet, embroidering, reading, yoga, ballet, writing, building a trimaran boat with my father, and helping out my family in the family business. You can tell I was just a very problem child for my parents.

I've never liked alchohol or drugs. I got high once in my life on alchohol, thought it was stupid and never touched a drop ever again. When I want to Partie, it means we sit together with a small group of people quietly and eat what I consider a nice meal and have desert and talk. A good meal is like a pizza, chicken, meat loaf with if I'm really going to go all out( apple juice, ice cream, and maybe chocolate cake).

The crazy insane things I like to do are beading, painting, biointensive farming, make dolls, sew clothes, spin fiber into yarn, crochet and knit clothing, quilt,read books, just plain ol try to keep up on my mobile mantanince.

I go to really wild places like Wild West Nature Park, the natural history museum, libraries(oh i just love libraries) the zoo, parks with my son and husband.

I love people and love the Earth we live on and all the creatures we share this world with. My spirituallity has always been important to me and takes up a considerable amount of my time. I hope this little letter about what I like to do helps people to better understand the kind of person I am. I don't really know what wild means but this is me.

Many blessings
Shaman Amy

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Our New Etsy Store

A friend of mine told me about ETSY. It is a really wonderful website where everything sold is hand made. I really like the idea of letting everyone have a part in hand making items and making a living out of it. Here's what they say-

What is Etsy?
Etsy is an online marketplace for buying & selling all things handmade.Our mission is to enable people to make a living making things, and to reconnect makers with buyers.
Our vision is to build a new economy and present a better choice:Buy, Sell, and Live Handmade.

I like this option because now people have control over their lives and happy people making stuff puts positive energy into the items they make. This helps to create an upward spiril of spiritual good. Also, then everyone will really have their own look. When I used to be a teacher I noticed that all the teachers went to the same store and we all looked alike.

I also see clothes and other items as being an extension of the spiritual self and so to me hand made is a very important spiritual item as well.

When you go to ETSY you will find our store with just only handmade items from us only. So far we have some jewelry, one shamanic item, and soap. We hope to add more items soon.

Many blessings

Shaman Amy

What is Etsy?
Etsy is an online marketplace for buying & selling all things handmade.Our mission is to enable people to make a living making things, and to reconnect makers with buyers.
Our vision is to build a new economy and present a better choice:Buy, Sell, and Live Handmade.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Sarangerel's Birthday

Sarangerel was a great shaman and we are celebrating her birthday with a spiritual birthday party to honor her for all she has done for Americans and the rest of the world. Here's a little about her.

Born Mongol in the United States on August 20, 1963, Sarangerel later went to live in Mongolian regions of (the central) Mongolia, Buryatia and Tuva. She worked tirelessly to restore and reconstruct the ancient and the original belief system of the Mongols and to reintroduce it to the people around the globe. As a scholar and lecturer, and as the Foreign Outreach Officer of Golomt Tuv, she travelled back and forth between the Mongolias and the Western countries, giving lectures and workshops. In her first book, Riding Windhorse, she expressed that the ancient Mongolian spiritual belief system could offer a lot to help resolve some of the modern problems, such as environmental destructions and the lacking of harmony between the nature and humans.

“Tengerism” is a term that Sarangerel reintroduced and is increasingly being accepted by practitioners of Mongolian shamanism.

Happy Birthday Sarangerel!!