The Spiritwalker Interviews: Hank Wesselman, Ph.D.
We wanted to let you know that Hank completed an interview with Richard Taubinger called The Spiritwalker Interviews. This webinar is specifically oriented toward the 6 CD set called The Spiritwalker Teachings that records much of the five day Visionseeker Level One workshop taught at the Esalen Institute, the Omega Institute and at other venues. The MP3 audio file (49.6MB) is available for online listening by clicking here. [To download the file in Windows, right click on the link above and save to your computer. For Mac, hold down the Control key and click the link to download to your computer.]
In this interview Hank talks about:
- The New Spiritual Complex
- Nature Spirits and the Quickening
- Lower, Upper and Middle Worlds
- Changing the Dream, Ourselves and Dream World
- The Law of Polarity and Life Roles
- Shifting Away from the Dark Polarity
- Finding our Kuleana – Responsibility and Rightful Place
- Makua’s Three Spiritual Directives (Love all that you see with humility; Live all that you feel with reverence; Know all that you possess with discipline)
- Awakening of the Solar Feminine (Masculine)
- Is there a Source (God) behind the Source
- Journey to the Center of the Earth
- The Coming of the “Children of Joy” (Migration of Souls)
- Updates on Hank’s Connection with Nainoa
Hank talks with Solarzar and Kyranlani in the second hour of their radio show and discusses his book The Bowl of Light. You can listen to the show by clicking on the above link, or by clicking here.
In this YouTube audio recording, Hank talks with Mastering Alchemy founder Jim Self about waking up, near death experience, and shamanic practice. Clips also cover how the Western world is moving to shamanic practice while the indigenous societies are seeking the modern. Hank lays out the stages of spiritual unfoldment and Jim discusses mass agreements and belief systems that shape our perceptions.
"In our interview, Hank explains "what is shamanism", "how it can help in an individual's life" and how to recognize a genuine shamanic teacher. Hank Talks about family lineage and how it can clue you in about some of the seemingly random things that happen in your life, not being that random after all."
Anthropologist and author Hank Wesselman discussed his eight years of visitations, begun in 1996, with the late Hawaiian shaman and kahuna Hale Makua. Listen in as Hank talks of his friendship with this great Hawaiian elder and of the great wisdom the Hawaiian elder passed down to him.
Listen in as Hank discusses his latest Book, The Bowl of Light and provides a rare glimpse into the heart of traditional Hawaiian shamanism as he unveils teachings passed down to him from the great Kahuna elder and friend, Hale Makua.
The great Polynesian line of Kahunas call him the "Vessel Man", the one who carries knowledge. Anthropologist Hank Wesselman, Ph.D., received his doctoral degree from the University of California at Berkeley and has worked with an international group of scientists for much of the past 30 years, exploring Eastern Africa's Great Rift Valley in search of answers to the mystery of human origins.
Hank Wesselman has graced us with his wisdom in a previous interview, so this time we talked about how Shamans both ancient and modern can heal virtually any disease by including the step of healing the soul.
Research paleoanthropologist Hank Wesselman, PhD is one of those rare cutting edge scientists who truly walks between the worlds...read more
Anthropologist Hank Wesselman has been described by his peers as possessing "the sober objectivity of the trained scientist with the mystic's passionate search for the deeper understanding."...read more
Anthropologist, author, and primary investigator of the Early Man sites in Ethiopia, Hank Wesselman discussed how shamanism can be used for accessing the realms of spirit, and gave an update on discoveries in anthropology. His new book + CD, Awakening to the Spirit World, co-authored with Sandra Ingerman, explores shamanic techniques such as listening to drumming to enter trance states.
Author, shaman, and paleoanthropologist Hank Wesselman returned to C2C as the main guest on Tuesday night. Speaking of a profound moment on one of his research expeditions in Africa, he said it was "heady stuff to hold the bones of the earliest ancestors in your hands and then look up at night and see a satellite going across the sky."
Dr. Hank Wesselman spoke of his anthropological studies into human origins as well as his "inner space" experiences derived through shamanic practice. "Under the skin all homo sapiens are Africans," Wesselman said, adding that the different racial features developed around 30-40,000 years ago.
For those of us who have ever suffered a serious accident, emotional trauma or loss in our lives there is often a sense of having “lost a part of ourselves.” Many indigenous cultures have gathered around the suffering member of their tribe to conduct a healing called Soul Retrieval, which is generally facilitated by a wise elder member of the tribe called a Shaman. Recently, the western world has embraced this valuable practice, and one of its pre-imminent Western practitioners is Jill Juykendall.
Interviews with Hank and Jill
Anthropologist Hank Wesselman and his wife, shaman Jill Kuykendall discussed spirit medicine in relation to soul loss & soul retrieval. People can lose parts of their soul due to traumas such as abuse or the loss of a loved one, explained Kuykendall.