The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show

The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show

Since 1992, Rob McConnell has been investigating the world of the paranormal and parapsychology on The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show... Show More

Gwilda Wiyaka has studied shamanism for over forty years, been a practitioner for thirty years, and a teacher of the shamanic arts since 1996. Widely traveled, her shamanic teachers include practitioners and elders from numerous countries and traditions, including Celtic, Tibetan, Lakota, Navajo, Choctaw, Arapaho, and Siberian.

She was the founder and director of Path Home Shamanic Arts School, a Colorado State certified occupational school of the shamanic arts, for which she authored all the curriculum and texts.
Gwilda is a preceptor for the University of Colorado School of Medicine, where she provides instruction to medical doctors on the modern interface between shamanism and allopathic medicine.

She has written five books, including her latest, The Science of Magic Book of Mysteries Vol. 1. Her book, So, We're Still Here. Now What? Spiritual Evolution and Personal Empowerment in a New Era, won First Runner Up in the COVR Visionary Awards: Alternative Science Division.

Gwilda is the host of MISSION: EVOLUTION Radio Show, where she dedicates her life to sharing the latest scientific and spiritual information through multimedia in order to bring unity and enlightenment to an evolving world. MISSION: EVOLUTION broadcasts internationally through The “X” Zone Broadcasting Network, www.xzbn.net. Her past episodes can be found on www.missionevolution.org.

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