© 2017 Gregory Drambour
  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle
  • YouTube - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle
 
What Do You Do When The Worst Thing Happens?
Come Experience a Journey of
Recovery, Hope, and Magic!
What do you when you're a master shamanic healer and spiritual teacher and you suddenly lose your soulmate in a tragic accident? How do you call upon your 30 years of healing clients to heal yourself, to survive? You discover your five year old daughter will lead the way! She will save you because she is a powerful healer in her own right - she is her father's daughter. 
 


The Shaman & His Daughter is a collection of eighteen inspiring short stories that explore the deep bond between a father and daughter as she grows from five to ten years old. Angel-Girl is her father’s daughter: a true seer whose gifts have been nurtured by her father since she was born – she is a shaman and spiritual warrior in training. However, you won’t find them living deep in the Amazon but in Arizona with teacher-parenting meetings and weekly shopping at Safeway! I hope the stories are relatable to your life and the core challenges we all face day to day – to keep picking ourselves up and moving forward. Life can be tough. There are secrets and magic and answers within the world of shamanism. All we need is a good guide! The stories in The Shaman & His Daughter reveal how the pure spirit of a child can sometimes lead the way.

 75               Star Reviews On Amazon USA/UK!

Amazon                                Truly an inspirational work!
By Candice Perkins on October 12, 2017
Format: Paperback
The Shaman and His Daughter is truly an inspirational work. The stories about Angel-Girl are heart-warming; but more than that - they serve as a guide to elevate the experience of our everyday life. I was mesmerized as I read through this book because each story touches upon a different shamanic principle in a way that seems, at the same time, both very personal and universally true. I highly recommend this work to anyone who not only wants to enjoy a beautiful story about a single father raising a gifted child; but who wants a poignant guide to a life lived with deeper meaning. My only disappointment is that these stories end with Angel Girl at ten years old...I sincerely hope there will be a sequel!

 

 

Amazon                               A Wonderful Treasure

By D. Thaleron August 14, 2017

"I am so grateful to come across this beautiful book. The stories of the shaman and his daughter Angel-Girl are light and deep the same time, and fill your heart with peace and love. While I read the book, I felt a gentle healing inside and the words touched a deeper place in me, indeed beyond the words. The deep wisdom and humanity shared is a wonderful treasure.  This is a book I will keep on my bedside to read over and over again. Whether you have been in touch with shamanism yet or not - I can highly recommend it to warm your heart and approach deeper truth, especially if you have faced a loss in your life."

Amazon                           I fell in love with the playfulness

By Jana Ashbaon August 19, 2017

Greg's book is "Good Medicine." Especially for those of us who are searching for peace among all people and all things. What an extraordinary sense of gentle spirit flows between the Shaman and his daughter, Angel-Girl. He is her teacher, but also, she is his teacher. I fell in love with the playfulness, the humor, and yes, I shed some tears too. I want to share this book with everyone I know! 5 stars for sure! A work of fiction? Hmmmm...not so sure!

Amazon                          A Truly Beautiful Book

By B. Greenberg August 19, 2017

I highly recommend this book. Each chapter tells a story with an underlying message. Each principle seems to seep into you and imprint spiritual truths into your psyche. I enjoyed this book in similar way to The Four Agreements.

Amazon                          A Truly Beautiful Book

By B. Greenberg August 19, 2017

I highly recommend this book. Each chapter tells a story with an underlying message. Each principle seems to seep into you and imprint spiritual truths into your psyche. I enjoyed this book in similar way to The Four Agreements.

Amazon                              Inspirational Heartwarming Book

By J. Rentfro on August 15, 2017

The Shaman & His Daughter is a wonderful, heartwarming and insightful book. It will make you smile and bring tears to your eyes, but the best thing it did for me was open my eyes to important insights. It's really quite inspiring! I highly recommend this book and it's author.

Amazon                            I Love Reading The Shaman & His Daughter

By Gloria Lattimer on August 23, 2017

I love Reading The Shaman & His Daughter. I didn't want to put it down just like with the book you wrote Woodstock Bridge. I felt like I was on the journey with them. I will read it several more times this I know. I have things I want to underline so I can go back quickly and receive the wisdom Gregory has shared. This book covers so much of the travels we all will go through on the earth journey. I am so thankful and grateful you wrote this book. A Ho Gregory.

Amazon                           I Love This Book!

By Cheryl on August 23, 2017

I love this book! The stories are well written, reminding me to stop breathe and remember the magic all around me. This is just what I needed right now, slowing down to talk with the trees, fairies and stone people. AHo

Amazon                          Hard to put down!!
By Cliff Crago on October 1, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
So blessed with the heartwarming love, deep intimacy and sacred wisdom and sensitivity you have expertly shared in these pages. Hard to put down!!

Amazon                            It's told through the lens of a man trying to be a good dad to his daughter who lost his wife in ...By Sarah Gawle on August 31, 2017

I don't consider myself a "New Age-y" person, but this book really did get into a lot of what it calls "practical spirituality". It's told through the lens of a man trying to be a good dad to his daughter who lost his wife in a car crash, so he uses his spirituality to bond with her and to keep himself grounded. The book includes techniques that are about different prayers, terms like "mud mind" to describe a really bad/sad/angry state of mind in which nothing is going to get in, and certain visualizations for feelings you WANT to have. He was taught by Native American shamans, so his prayers feel more authoritative than some hippie white guy you'd see on Dr. Oz or whatever. It's not preachy, since it's told in narrative - and I think it kinda works better. I'm a fan of The Soul Searcher's Handbook by Emma Mildon, so I think this is a good companion book if you're looking for a softer introduction to the material.

Cick To Read More

Gregory Drambour

Master Shamanic Healer, Spiritual Teacher, Author, Owner of Sedona Sacred Journeys

 

 


 

A Warrior Spirit lives within each of us! As a stage 4 cancer survivor and with thirty-six years’ sobriety, Gregory embraced those powerful words and has been passing them

onto thousands of clients in a healing career that has already spanned thirty years.

  At twenty-eight, Gregory was deeply honored to be taken under the wing of two Northern Plains Holy Men, who passed down to him eleven generations of shamanic knowledge and the warrior code. With that knowledge, Gregory began his life's work of healing and guiding clients on their Sacred Journeys and back to their innate wisdom. His first book, The Woodstock Bridge, endorsed by #1 best-selling author Richard Carlson,is considered a must-read for those wanting to go deeper into the world of old-school shamanism and practical spirituality.

 

For four years in his early forties, Gregory was challenged with stage 4 throat cancer. His success utilizing both alternative and conventional therapies to heal himself has drawn cancer patients and survivors from all over the world to his powerful cellular memory work.

 

Gregory is a passionate advocate and supporter of the National Association to Protect Children and Legislative Drafting Institute for Child Protection, the only two lobbying organizations that exists for children in the United States. He has sat across from an array of clients and seen how their painful childhoods have shaped their adult lives, so he strongly believes that parenting is the key to emotional and spiritual health. In his teaching and writing, Gregory encourages us to remember that behavior is the truth – this is the code of the warrior. It’s not what you do but how you do it!

 
"This is a book I will keep on my
bedside to read over and over again."
--D. Thaler, 5 Star Amazon Review
 
 75                           Star Reviews on Amazon USA/UK
 

The Shaman & His Daughter

A Journey with Two Spiritual Warriors

Order the Book

&

Start The Journey!

Click To Order Today!

Amazon                             This Book Is Full Of

Wonderful Stories

By Susan E. Ford DC on August 25, 2017

As with Greg's other book, The Woodstock Bridge, this book is full of wonderful stories. Every chapter gives a beautiful message in a lighthearted way, asking, no, guiding us to be more aware of the other world around us - the one of beauty and magic and connectedness. I strongly recommend this book to those that wish to begin or rekindle their relationship with the Spirit in all things. Thanks for the reminder,  Greg!

Amazon  UK                             Beautiful!        

 By Lindsey on 21 August 2017

Oh no! I am disappointed....because I have finished reading this beautiful book. I want more. Wow...I have so enjoyed reading each chapter, a story in it's own right. So much learning about inner soul, nature, relationships, love and gratitude. The author has such a wonderful style of written. I now want to read the sequel...so Gregory Drambour...get writing please!

Amazon  UK                             Beautiful!        

 By Lindsey on 21 August 2017

Oh no! I am disappointed....because I have finished reading this beautiful book. I want more. Wow...I have so enjoyed reading each chapter, a story in it's own right. So much learning about inner soul, nature, relationships, love and gratitude. The author has such a wonderful style of written. I now want to read the sequel...so Gregory Drambour...get writing please!

Amazon                            Absolutely Wonderful!

ByAmazon Shopper on September 6, 2017

Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

This is a wonderful, heartwarming book full of love - love of a father for his daughter and a daughter for her father - and respect for the world around them. Each story is full of lessons of hope, learning, listening, understanding, teaching, insight and so much more! Meeting Greg and experiencing his gentle teaching and thought-provoking introspection, I expected nothing less from this book. I was not disappointed! I highly recommend reading and re-reading this book and sharing it with those you love (or send them their own copy).
Thank you Greg for who you are and what you do! Keep bringing your Shamanism and special way of assisting us on our healing journey through life to light. A Ho, Cathy B.

Amazon                                A Gift For All Ages

By amleeka on September 3, 2017

Where do I start with this wonderful book? I tucked this book in my purse to read in a doctor’s office waiting room. Little did I know that I would end up reading it out loud with my nine-year-old daughter and miracles would begin to happen. As we waited in the doctors office my daughter was growing increasingly anxious about her upcoming oral surgery. When we reached page 24 of The Shaman & His Daughter, we both started reciting the prayer that the author offers up. What a gift! The prayer starts, “God, I give over to you . . .” Talk about powerful. What a sweet and tender moment I shared with my daughter as she offered up her anxieties and I saw calm wash over her. It did feel like a little miracle right in the middle of a doctor’s office! My daughter said that she didn’t get everything in the book but she loved the way it made her feel reading it out loud with me. This book is such a wonderful gift in how it brings my daughter and I together. A few days later we got to reading out loud again. School is about to start for her and she has some sadness around losing her best friend who moved overseas this summer. My daughter and I talked about her sadness and decided that reading together would cheer her up. Likely by divine intervention we reached a part in the book where Angel-Girl was sad. Angel-Girl uses her shamanic gifts (mentored by her father, the author) to move out of a space of sadness. Inspired by Angel-Girl, it came to me how I could help my daughter move out of her sadness. Right then and there I told my daughter to follow me. We stood side by side in front of my bedroom double window. I told my daughter we are going to release the sadness and send it outside. When we stood in front of the window my daughter said that she could only see her reflection and she didn't want the sadness to bounce back at her. She said the window needs to be open. Such a smart daughter I have. She *was* totally getting this book! After my daughter brushed all her sadness off and out the window, she had a great big smile on her face to which she said, "Look!  I'm already smiling."  Another small miracle. This book truly is insightful, inspiring, and capable of miracles in all shapes and sizes. It is a gift for all ages!

 
 

SAMPLE CHAPTER

CHAPTER ONE

The Fairy-People

(Angel-Girl at five years old)


The world felt like it ended for me three years ago when my wife Shyheart was killed in a car accident. In that moment I truly wanted it to end so I could get to the afterlife and be with my soulmate and best friend. My life as a shamanic healer and spiritual teacher was put to the ultimate test. The waves of pain and horror from losing her have begun to lessen over time. Perhaps it’s because I have become really good at knowing what can distract me so that I’m not swimming around in sorrow. The list is short: writing, working with clients in my shamanic practice, and being with our special five-year-old daughter. Angel-Girl really doesn’t remember her mother. I envy her that in some strange way, but I know she feels her mother. That’s just who my daughter is, someone who feels deeply.
 
The sadness wave is definitely looming out there today on what would have been our twelfth wedding anniversary. I sit in my home office, watched over by the red rocks of Sedona, doing my best to distract myself by working on the weekly spiritual newsletter to my subscribers. The Danish teak desk I sit at always comforts me. There’s something about its organic quality that resonates with my soul. What a challenge it was all those years ago to give myself permission to spend the money on such a thing of beauty. It was a gift to myself on my twenty-fifth sobriety anniversary. But even that victory couldn’t immediately overcome some long-standing poverty consciousness. It took a few months to convince myself to buy it. But whenever my Angel-Girl sits coloring at the desk with me, the sadness doesn’t have a chance.  


When I’m writing, my door always remains open in case Angel-Girl needs me. But if the door is closed, she knows I am on the phone with potential clients or doing a follow-up with my retreat clients and should not be interrupted unless it’s a super-emergency. It took her awhile to learn that having ketchup in her nose does not constitute such an emergency! My clients come on spiritual retreat because they want to move forward on their spiritual path and reconnect to their innate wisdom; they are stuck and want to create a breakthrough.  


Since I’m writing today, the office door is open. Suddenly, I hear Angel-Girl’s excited voice call out “Daddy!” from her cozy bedroom across the hall with its dozens of stuffed animals and gallery of drawings. “Angel-Girl!” I call back. These shout-outs have become an ongoing routine with us. I love these moments and I think Angel-Girl does, too. Even though I can’t see her, I stop what I’m doing and turn my chair so I’m facing the door.

“Daddy, the Fairy-People are flying around my room again!”

“Cool!” I call across the hall. Because of the hardwood floors throughout the house, our voices carry easily.

“They are flying around my bed in a circle. There are seven of them! What do I do?”

Click To Read More!




 

CONTACT

For any inquiries, please contact me at: greg@woodstockbridge.com