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Woman of Medicine | Shamanic Mentor | Author

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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, artist, and shamanic healer.

Her celebrated and unconventional work aims to restore the soul.

Check out Sarah’s new Bounday Workbook!

Books by Sarah Seidelman

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"This workbook shines a light on how you can turn any uncomfortable situation into boundary gold."

- Inger Kenobi, author of How Do I Look? The Year I Stopped Shopping"

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."

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Featured Blog Posts

FAQ: Shamanic Journeying

May 18, 2020

Hello!!  I teach people how to connect directly with the divine using the tool of shamanic journeying. This is a form of deep meditation. I use a specialized drum beat (4 beats per second) to help you alter your consciousness so that you can access these spiritual realms filled with loving and compassionate spirits. You may meet a spirit animal or a spirit teacher in…

My new book “How Good Are Your Willing to Let It Get?” is now available.

May 5, 2020

(CLICK ON IMAGE above to witness the THRILL of seeing a creation come into being!) Hallooooo dear creators of WONDER and MAGIC from us, Sarah and Alice the Elephant!! We have a new book for you, “How Good Are You Willing to Let It Get?: Daily FEELGOOD Inspiration for Creatives, Healers, and Helpers.” It’s written for all you wonderful creatives, healers, and helpers who make our world beautiful. It…

When the Plot Twists: Turning to Wild Omens for Guidance in Uncertain Times

April 11, 2020

An eagle flew so closely over my car windshield that I reflexively ducked as I drove towards our local animal shelter with my kids in the backseat. The eagle’s brief visit felt like a blessing on our decision to adopt a second dog. I knew in my heart, finally, that we were doing the right thing. A spider had built an enormous web in our front doorway. It was…

Tips for Taking Your Radical COVID-19 Sabbatical

March 17, 2020

Sir Isaac Newton left Cambridge College in 1665 because it closed in the wake of the Bubonic plague.  He took to the English countryside and lived on a farm for nearly two years during which time he developed what would become calculous and he developed the theory of gravity and motion (while sitting beneath an apple tree).  Somehow, away from the ivory towers and the…