Journey Audio (15 minutes)
This audio uses some guided voice, then a stretch of drumming for the shamanic journey, and callback song in Gaelic - all to help you journey.
Navigating Doubt (11 minutes)
This audio was originally made for the Society for Shamanic Practice. It's a great educational org for shamanically minded people. I'm on the board. Check out SSP
Hour-long chat on News For The Soul Radio about forgiveness (August 2018)
Blessing Song in Gaelic: Mar a Bha (The World Turns in Beauty). See the words at right.
Tobacco Healing: a 20 minute audio that takes you through a cleansing with the Tobacco Spirit, pretty much the same as I'd do if you were in the room with me, Here's a blog piece about working with tobacco.
"Your book is stunning, Jaime. Thoughtful, insightful, practical and poetic at the same time, honest, brave, and, unlike any other book on shamanism, laugh out loud funny! Thank you!" Mary L.
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"A smart, penetrating, and laugh-out loud funny exploration of modern spirituality by one of the foremost shamanic practitioners in the upper Midwest. It overflows with “crazy wisdom” born of Meyer’s unusual inner mix of seminary training, Celtic shamanic studies, and life as a playwright. True to his Scottish nature, his writing marries irreverence and lyrical beauty. You are in for an adventure led by a man who has thought long and hard on what it means to be awake in our culture. His writing will wake you up too.” -- Tom Cowan, author of Fire in the Head: Shamanism and the Celtic Spirit, and Yearning for the Wind: Celtic Reflections on Nature and the Soul
“Drumming The Soul Awake is not really a book about drumming. It’s about how the Holy Spirit is at play in our lives, how it cajoles us to become something different, something more, something we know we already are. It’s about how that Spirit dresses up in a variety of costumes in order to move us and change us. Meyer takes us into that ephemeral place where play meets prayer, where laughter meets awe, where the soul speaks clearly.” --Kevin Kling, National Public Radio commentator, author of The Dog Says How