The Story of the Woosai

The Story of the Woosai

“There are many things in the scheme of existence,” Chea continued, “that you do not know yet. Look what you have learned already. Do not make a judgment. Just hold what you hear and see as pieces to a great puzzle. Someday they will all fit in place. But not if you judge them now and throw the pieces away.”

– From The Reluctant Shaman

Try not to judge and throw the pieces away.

Here is the story of the Woosai,

It’s a good story, a great story even. Like all of Domano and Chea’s stories, this one offers a lot of gifts.

It’s about the life of the Woosai and which path they chose.

If you’re interested in learning about how you can help humanity to choose the best path for the generations on this planet, join the upcoming Bone Throwing Ceremony.

Here is the link to join,

We are looking forward to seeing you in the ceremony!

Song to Song,



Live Video Bone Throwing Ceremony About The Election – And You’re Invited

This will be our first live worldwide video broadcast of a Bone Throwing Ceremony.

And you’re invited to participate.


As you may know, we have asked people to send us questions that they would like for us to consider for a Bone Throwing Ceremony about the election.

And then we asked everyone to vote on which question they like the most.

And so we finally came up with a question for the Bone Throwing Ceremony about the election! Yeah!!

#5 came up as the favorite:

“Would LOVE to hear the Spirits’ perspective on the election!! Specifically, why this happened, and what we can do to mitigate the damage to our planet, the environment and wildlife and sacred places? Can we do the most good by joining a political movement, or are there ceremonies and ways to hold energy that are even more effective for students of Ka Ta See?”

Thanks Linden for sharing your question!

And thank you all again for your input and sharing, we really appreciate your help!

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Peace On Earth and Good Will To Man

I arrived at the center of the world at the foot of the three of life and to my surprise I found myself waiting there for me.

I found something this year.

Or more accurately, I finally understood something deep in my bones this year. Something which I realized I’ve been searching for all of my life. Peace.

Not just a moment in ceremony or meditation, or bliss or beauty, but as a way of being in the world, as a way of being in my life, as a way of being.

I never thought that I would learn to understand what having peace in my heart actually meant, let alone being able to be in it, to live it.

It seems a little trivial writing about it.

So you found peace, big deal.

You bet, it is for me!

Because as I experience it, not knowing it keeps us running around in endless struggle, in endless mind loops questioning our worth, wondering about the meaning and purpose of our existence. Wanting people to like us and always wondering whether or not they do. Wondering if we’re good enough. Wondering about our place in the world, about our place amongst the stars, constantly being tossed around in the psychic winds

I can tell you one thing. From where I stand, just celebrating one tiny time of the year that focuses especially on peace on earth and good will to man seems patronizing, a cultural pretending.

Real peace is so important it should be celebrated every day, talked about everyday.  Focusing on feeling and living peace inside of our whole being through the whole of our days, through our everyday stuff.

The elders say we all do the best we can wherever we’re at, and that’s a good thing.

Meanwhile, back at our little house in the desert, there’s lots we’ve been working on throughout the year to bring you these ancient ways of peace. Stay tuned, follow us, like our page, if you’re so inclined. Get on our mailing list, or not.

It’s ok either way.

If you’re curious about what we’ve in store for you next year, you might wanna pick a way to follow our updates.

In the meantime, if you are interested in knowing peace while knowing your place in the world and living with purpose and meaning, start reading, or re-reading The Reluctant Shaman, it might just blow your socks off, in a peaceful kind of way of course. 🙂

Happy Holidays and a beautiful new year filled with love, purpose, meaning and most importantly of all, peace.

Love, always!

Helmut & Kay


Humanity. Earth 2016… – What Is Your Verse?

Dreaming A New World

(We have poems, 3 actually, but don’t worry, 2 of them are partial poems, still pretty juicy though, and one is full length, from Kay. Plus an invitation.)

Robin Williams in his role as the educator John Keating in Dead Poet’s Society – “We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for…

“To quote from Whitman, ‘O me! O life!… of the questions of these recurring; of the endless trains of the faithless… of cities filled with the foolish; what good amid these, O me, O life?’ Answer. That you are here — that life exists, and identity; that the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. That the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. What will your verse be?”

In the medicine ways of the Hetakas’ we are trained as Kala Keh Nah Seh.

A Kala Keh Nah Seh is one who brings healing and learning to their people, their audience, through words and stories that stimulate experiences in that audience.

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Has The World Gone Mad?


Has The World Gone Mad?

I don’t think so, it’s always been a bit of a mad place, we’re just hearing about the crazy things going on much faster, like almost instantaneously.

We are however moving into a time during which we are likely to see a bit more of the crazy stuff too.

The ancient teachings are saying about this time we are living in that we are moving into the ecliptic of the milky way, our solar system is moving into the plane of the ecliptic of our galaxy. It is happening, nothing will change or stop it.

Our solar system has been going in and out of the ecliptic for eons.

This time though, it’s predicted we will be staying there much longer than we have in previous times.

That’s generally a good thing, because humans cannot stay asleep in that field of energy.

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