Rebekah Shaman’s role is to help people tune in to their own inner truth. She has been walking this path since a failed suicide attempt at thirteen. Her work combines a number of disciplines, including facilitation, writing, ceremony leadership, private shamanic sessions, mentoring and empowerment readings.
Rebekah’s practice is firmly based in the real world. Rebekah was initiated by a Shaman in Peru, and has been practicing in the Amazon since 1998, but also based in London, she has an MSc in Development Economics, she has been practicing and mentoring in both the amazon jungle and the concrete jungle. Rebekah see’s this as a time where everyone needs to listen to their own intuition.
Rebekah has studied and worked with three ‘feminine’ plant medicines over the last 17 years; Ayahuasca (a vine from the Peruvian Amazon), Cannabis and Cacao. Rebekah is an ambassador for women shaman, currently working on Her Story, a film about female shaman of the Amazon.
From 1998-2012, she apprenticed with a traditional Peruvian Ayahuasquero shaman, in the Amazon. From 2005-2011, she was founder and director of Hemp Global Solutions Ltd, growing hemp research crops in the UK and educating on the importance of this crop for medicine, nutrition, fuel and shelter, and since 2013 facilitates ancient sacred cacao ceremonies.
Rebekah has a BA (Hons) in Study of Religions, and MSc in Development Economics, both from SOAS University, and a Post-graduate Psychology Diploma in the Human Givens Approach. She is also the author of the self-published book ‘The Shaman’s Last Apprentice’.