About the author, John Norseman:
After a traumatic and emotionally abusive childhood, John went on to become CEO of four major companies. In doing so, he not only gained the respect of others, but also re-built his self-esteem and self-confidence. In 2007 he acknowledged he was a practical intuitive and decided to change his life, leave the corporate high rises, and acknowledge his destiny by both realizing his spirituality, and finally becoming a practicing shaman, providing spiritual healing, guidance and teaching.
About the book, Journey of a Shaman.
John was channelled by Spirit to write his autobiography in order to help others on their respective journeys through life. It took five years to complete and it was published by Balboa Press, a Division of Hay House, in June 2015.
There are many messages in the book, for people of all ages, that give practical advice, motivation and inspiration on the path to self-actualization.
The messages include:
- How to change one’s life to be what one would like it to be
- How to overcome the effects of being abused mentally or physically
- How to say NO and mean it , putting out the vibration that frees oneself from unwanted control by others
- How to close one door before opening another
- How to turn weaknesses into strengths
- Facing one’s fears head on
- Forgiveness, (forgive, bless, thank, send love from the heart)
- Follow your heart instead of your head
- Go with the flow, (Don’t push on a closed door, don’t swim against the tide, if the flow is against you then listen to your intuition and change course)
- How to achieve anything one wants by removing the blocks in one’s own mind
- The power of Love
Customer 5-star Review Journey of a Shaman on Amazon.com January 4th 2016
“The book is excellent. The author’s account of learning to overcome his childhood struggles and abuse is candid and touching. His approach and suggestions on how to heal pain through forgiveness is a very powerful message. I was impressed with how he was able to forgive and eventually thank his father. The author teaches the reader to forgive those who have transgressed them and move to a point of peace.”