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Since knowledge about this entire subject area is quite limited, you may want to download my free eBook for more info. Otherwise, you may not have a clue as to why some guy is offering sticks for sale!
Also, of course, you need not buy a lightning stick from me, as you can probably find one yourself that was flung from a lightning-struck tree in your own neighborhood!
But there are related tools I call into service as spiritual healing aids, and chief among them is what I call the “Lightning Stick.”
As with all such shamanic tools, it is intention which powers such an instrument, just as one finds with crystals and many other instruments used for spiritual goodness. Thus, I do not claim that this aid can do anything by itself, and that it is up to your intentions to employ it as a spiritual helper.
My personal preference is cherry, since its russet color and reddish berries are associated with fire, just like lightning, in the shamanic way of thinking. Fire medicine is powerful, indeed, and includes aspects of transmutation, as in transmuting suffering and illness into wellness. (Here, the word “medicine” is used in the shamanic sense, and not in the pharmaceutical / allopathic sense.) It is spirit medicine.
These come from our relatives in the plant and sky kingdoms. Unlike refined and processed drugs, though, this medicine involves a unique understanding and application of its own and is best used in its pure, raw form. As with so many great spiritual truths, its power is paradoxically hidden in the most common and humble appearance.
A mere stick.
If this should interest you, I would encourage you to download the eBook (button at right) and find out more.
Thunder Valley Drums
The mystical power of lightning, as illuminator, destroyer and creator is deeply significant in my practice of shamanism. That is obvious as one reads the information on this Website as it relates to lightning-struck drums.
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Close-up of a Lightning Stick's grip, circa 2008