Deborah Bryon, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and diplomate Jungian analyst in private practice in Denver, Colorado. She completed a BA in psychology at UCLA, a BFA in drawing at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and a PhD in Counseling Psychology at the University of Denver. Deborah obtained her analytic training with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and is a psychoanalyst through the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis.
Since 2005, Deborah has received in-depth training with Q’ero shamans in Peru and has undergone a series of sacred initiations with the shamans she has worked with. Deborah is writing, teaching classes, and leading groups combining Jungian depth psychology, psychoanalysis, and shamanism. She is the author of several articles on shamanism and psychoanalysis.
Deborah spends her free time gardening, traveling, and is an artist and member of Spark Gallery. She has taught in the psychology departments of the University of Colorado and Metropolitan State College of Denver. Deborah has two adult sons, Devin and Colin. She lives with her husband Perry, two dogs, cat, and a macaw.
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Lessons of the Inca Shamans: Piercing the Veil
by Deborah Bryon
Approx. 92,210 words.
Published on January 22, 2013 by
Pine Winds Press.
Deborah Bryon describes the first four years of lessons and initiations she received from Inca shamans in Peru. The shamans explain the connection of all creatures (ordinary and spiritual) and our connection to Mother Earth. Deborah's struggles to live in both the ordinary reality of a day job and the non-ordinary reality of shamanic understanding are described with clarity, insight, and humor.
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