Buxton, Simon

Simon Buxton – Founder and director of the Sacred Trust and a member of the faculty of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. According to the Sacred Trust website, Buxton “has worked and trained extensively within shamanic traditions for over fifteen years and his work as a shamanic healer has been recognized and endorsed by both contemporary shamans and members of the medical community.” Buxton practices and teaches core shamanism, the “bee shamanism” outlined in his book The Shamanic Way of the Bee (2004), and has a shamanic practice in Penzance, Cornwall, England.


Historical Dictionary of Shamanism by Graham Harvey and Robert J. Wallis 2007


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