Woman of Medicine | Shamanic Mentor | Author


Sarah Seidelmann is a true medicine woman and everything she creates is good for what ails us.”

- Martha Beck, New York Times bestselling author of "The Way of Integrity."

Sarah Bamford Seidelmann is a 4th generation physician, accomplished author, and shamanic healer. Her celebrated and unconventional work aims to restore the soul.

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Shine with Inger and Sarah

Spend more hours per week on your creativity, even if your mantra is, 'there is never enough time.'
Work on creative projects, even if you don't know what they will lead to.
Join a community of creatives, even if you've never called yourself as an artist (before).

Books by Sarah Seidelman


"How Good Are You Willing to Let it Get is guaranteed to lift your mood, put a spring in your step, and pull you out of whatever funk that old logical brain of yours has plunged you into at any given moment...This book and card deck are designed to assist with this level of human homework."

- Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times best-selling author of Goddesses Never Age, The Wisdom of Menopause, and Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom

What the Walrus Knows iPhone & iPad App

"I am hooked!
This app is So. Much. Fun. And it yields amazing insights. It is also a wonderful companion to Sarah’s delightful book, “THE BOOK OF BEASTIES” So many things to love about this app! It is simple to use and the beastie art and sounds are fabulous."


Featured Blog Posts

4 Ideas and Some Art That Are Giving Me Life

February 29, 2024

(new work “Open Heart” by me…36 x 36″ Mixed media on canvas Available.   “Gertrude Stein defined LOVE as ‘the skillful audacity required to share an inner life.‘…Stein’s idea suggests that expressing the truth about who you are is not something that amateurs do very well. Practice and ingenuity are required. It also implies that courage is an essential element of successful intimacy. You’ve got to…

5 Ideas GIving me Life This Week

February 22, 2024

(art featured above is “When She Took Care of Herself Everythign Flowed: To purchase visit this page.  “In my life I have found two things of priceless worth – learning and loving. Nothing else – not fame, not power, not achievement for its own sake – can possible have the same lasting value. For when your life is over, if you can say ‘I have…

Beautiful Things Grow Out of Ugly Things

February 4, 2024

(Matisse’s Red Room from my sketchbook drawn at MOMA in New York City) Here Are 5 Ideas That Are Giving Me Life This Week   1.  I could let it be easy. It’s been a super busy month and this idea has saved me.  If I’m writing a book, make it a short one.  If I’m thinking of having somebody over, decide to meet them at a…

Patience is Also An Action and other Feel Good Ideas for You Now

December 11, 2023

1. Vitamin P is my supplement of choice heading into 2024. If there is one thing I’ve learned in 56 years,  it is that all good things take time.  Friendships. Recovery. Marriages.  Book writing.  Self-compassion. Art careers.  Children growing up.  Myself growing up.  And all of it goes so much better with patience.  Patience for myself. Patience with others.  Patience with GOD/The Universe about the…

I’m So Sorry: The Grief and Invisible Loss of the Artist + Creator

November 13, 2023

Photo: Wolfskull Cretive If you are an artist or a writer/creative, I AM SO SORRY.   As I was re-skimming The Artist’s Way for the bajillionth time this week, it hit me deep that doing creative work is both life giving and also full of losses.  Big ones.  Julia Cameron sums it up here: “If artistic creations are our brainchildren, artistic losses are our miscarriages. Women…