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Published on Oct 6, 2009
To contact me: email@example.com Tribal shamanic groups share the ancient archetype that the Goddess spins a universe where nature is not distinguished from humankind. They embody the essence of its consciousness into a holistic continuum where there is no dichotomy between themselves and the natural world. It is a philosophy of sustainability intrinsic with itself. Busa is a female shaman with strong links to her past, she shares the deep cultural undertone and knowledge of the Akha elders and lives within the harmonious cycles of the forests. Her Shaman animal, the Bee, the ancient feminine archetype found throughout old Europe before Christianity banished her, draws Busa to the centric intuitively of her mind and the emotional impulse of her feminine nature. The bee is a form of the Goddess interconnecting everything in the forest (pollinating) but also a microcosm of an inner cosmic web the tribal elders carry within themselves, the Akha Yung. For Busa, nature is not distinguished from humankind, the bee is Busas vehicle to the waters, the moon and the rooftop and canopies of the sacred forests and the world. She is the 'bee keeper' in the forest spiritually binding the bees and the Great Mystery to the tribe, the hymn of creation.