The ancient Toltec traditions speak of the Toltec shamanic way as having come from the Mother of Creation Herself. Mother saw that corruption of the masculine grids would occur, which would in turn corrupt the feminine grids. She created the way of shamanism to rectify the grids, the pathways along which information flows, to form the ideal template of spiritual warriorship.
The spiritual warrior always knew that the battle was one to dispel illusion and gain perception. Wielding his or her shield of impeccability, the warrior traversed a path that embraced challenge as a source of power and perception.
But at the end of July 2006, the cosmic cycle of exploring the unknown changed to that of exploring the known. This changed the very fabric of the Toltec’s existence and put to the test the essence of spiritual warriorship: fluidity, the ability to spin on a dime at a moment’s notice and change direction if that is required.
In the upcoming weeks we will share more information and insights about the ancient Toltec way, which is Almine’s “spiritual background”, having taught the Toltec Way to small groups of apprentices for many years. We will post these insights to give you a bit of a backdrop and context for the current impressive online course Mystical Secrets of the Toltec Way. As Linda puts it on Almine’s Facebook about this online course:
“Thank you for the proverbial ‘butt kicking’ information you’ve been putting out in your latest course “Mystical Secrets of the Toltec Way”. Everything you say is so profound, yet sometimes I have difficulty knowing how to apply it to me. By spelling out the flaws we overlook in ourselves and explaining how to incorporate the information, it provides a much needed wake-up call. Once we get over the brief “ouch, that sounds like me” part, we should all start seeing some profound changes. Please keep it coming!” ~ Linda B.
Thank you for sharing, Linda!
Phillip Chavez says
I am Bear. My lineage toltec. I’m master shaman to wake now as I’m call to work…i need your help to fully wake. Phil chavez