Hank Wesselman, Ph.D. holds advanced degrees in anthropology and zoology from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and the University of California at Berkeley. He served in the Peace Corps in the 1960s, living among the people of the Yoruba Tribe in Western Nigeria, where he first became interested in indigenous spiritual traditions. He has taught at the college level from Nigeria to California and Hawaii. Besides being a renowned anthropologist working in the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia, Dr. Wesselman is a shamanic practitioner and teacher in his 29th year of his apprenticeship. His first books are a trilogy: Spiritwalker, Medicinemaker, and Visionseeker, and are autobiographical, offering readers a glimpse into a visionary shamanic world of mystery and magic. Some of his other books are: The Journey to the Sacred Garden, Spirit Medicine, with Jill Kuykendall, and recently, Awakening to the Spirit World, with Sandra Ingerman. His latest book, The Bowl of Light, reveals his relationship with his great teacher, the Hawaiian Kahuna, Hale Makua, and offers a glimpse into “the end of this cycle of ages and the beginning of the next, as well as who we are and why we are here.” Hank Wesselman lives on Hawaii Island with his family. Contact him via his website at www.sharedwisdom.com to learn more about his work, his life and how to study with him.