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This blog is a more personal interactive space to reflect on various subjects. The photos taken during my travels or in my daily life will serve as triggers to meditate, think and question the world around us. You are welcome to join me on this discovery path.


Ce site est un lieu de partage plus personnel pour aborder les thèmes de notre temps. Les photos prises au cours de mes voyages ou de mes journées quotidiennes seront des déclencheurs pour des réflexions et interrogations ; Je vous invite donc à me rejoindre pour un cheminement à l’aventure.

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I would like to personally tell you how I got here:

French by birth, I lived in Paris for the first 25 years of my life, where I studied political science and started a career in advertising and journalism. Then a meeting with a teammate of Eric Tabarly (a renowned French sailor) took me on a great nautical adventure…

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Deux boules de neige

Deux boules de neige pour nous rappeller que, comme elles, on vient du ciel, on est compacté dans une forme et l’on repartira absorbé par la terre qui profitera de notre humidité et par le ciel qui humera notre vapeur…. Profitons du séjour; un petit bonjour de la photographe.

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Entering the Shaman’s Eye

Entering the Shaman’s Eye: The journey of a Parisian seeker in the high desert

Available as a paperback from CreateSpace.com and Amazon.com.
Available as an eBook for Kindle from Amazon.com.

Translated into English from the original French title Le Cercle de vie: Initiation chamanique d’une psychothérapeute, now in its 7th printing with Editions Albin Michel, Paris, France.

From the Amazon.com description:
Entering the Shaman’s Eye is the extraordinary story of a Parisian seeker whose visions of the Medicine Wheel at Chaco Canyon propelled her to bring the teachings of shamanism back to her own people. A mix of memoir, commentary, and guided exercises, this book recounts the author’s remarkable apprenticeship with Native American shamans in the high desert of New Mexico even as it explores an ancient, universal approach to healing. Séjournant writes, “Native American culture allowed me to rediscover the part of me that feels like it comes directly from the earth and the sun. . . . And, paradoxically, the Native American ceremonies and rituals in which I had the honor of participating allowed me to better understand the culture of my own origins.”

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