1. Karen Sem 3 years ago

    I’ve been trying to formulate what drove me to come to this shamanic journey for a long time. This exercise has triggered the answer for me. I came to find my purpose and what will make me happy. It’s easy to make a living and do what it is expected of us but not so easy to step into our own authentic selves without fear of reprisal. We are so indoctrinated in the “you must go to school, get a good job and pay your bills/taxes” mentality and it’s all BS. Unfortunately, that is how our society is structured and no one questions it.
    Thankfully I found this path and I appreciate you sharing your journey with us Dakota! This is so helpful and I am truly grateful!

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      Dakota Walker 3 years ago

      Thank you, Karen. And I full-heartedly agree, it’s all BS – if only we were given the freedom to explore what feels best to our soul without any expectation from others, or living off the back of others’ fears. Imagine …

  2. Kaya Cooper 3 years ago

    I want to give you a quick rundown of how I got here to plant my seed in my heart with your help Dakota. All my life I’ve suffered from severely debilitating depression. I was undiagnosed so went through many years of severe alcoholism and i.v. drug use. I finally got enforced help after a nearly successful suicide attempt. I’m on strong medications for it still. My last psychiatrist sent me to Sonoma Mountain Zen Center and I wanted what Roshi had. I was consumed by Zen Buddhism for about 10 years and was a student there. After I became too disabled to attend I started on a long search for new practices and teachers. I like Mooji and Gangaji, but for me, after all these years I’ve discovered you and these new practices. When I planted that seed tonight my whole life story fell away and I was finally home, really home. I have copd and you saved my from sitting all day with oxygen on dying. I mindfully breathe all day deeply and am now off oxygen and doing chores. I have disabilities that require a walker and if go more than a couple of blocks it’s in a wheelchair, but I want to live again for a few more years (I’m 66) and make as many people feel loved and joyful as possible. I’m always searching for opportunities now. Life is good again. Thank you doesn’t quite say it, but thank you Dakota. Aho!

  3. Carol 4 years ago

    I am so grateful.

  4. dminer11 4 years ago

    I get it . Seed is planted.
    I’m going for it. I can see so clearly now.
    I bow to you. Thank you so much.

  5. Elizabeth Rasmussen 4 years ago

    Thanks Dakota for sharing this beautiful story your story. Puts a lot of questions in ones head. ❤️❤️❤️

  6. Valerie 5 years ago

    This was a very beautiful soul work to do. Very inspiring and liberating. To think about your visions in one thing, but to write them down is another. To open up so deeply. It brought more peace in my heart. I am thruly grateful for this gift. Thank you ❤️❤️❤️

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      Dakota Walker 5 years ago

      🙂 You’re welcome Valerie, I’m glad you are getting so much from it!

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