About Shilo . . .

Shilo Morningstar has been practicing earth-based spirituality all of her life. Granddaughter of Norman Nadeau, a native Ojibway, she grew up with great love and respect of the natural world. As a child and a teenager, she spent summers with her grandfather exploring the Idaho Wilderness.

It was not until later in life that Shilo began her conscious shamanic journey. With the help of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies and her teachers Sandra Ingerman, Michael Harner, and P.H. Mntshali, Shilo's gifts joyfully reawakened - an innate ability to communicate with the world of Spirit for dreaming, healing and problem solving. Her art reflects this deeply held connection with the nature spirits.

With dedication and years of hard work, Shilo developed this spiritual gift to use in service to Mother Earth and Humanity.

Shilo Morningstar is a shamanic counselor and healer. She is a graduate of Sandra Ingerman's 2-Year Teacher Training, and a graduate of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies 3 Year Program on the East Coast. Shilo is also one of Sandra Ingerman's Medicine for the Earth teachers. She has a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, California together with a Bachelors of Science degree from Boise State University in Boise, Idaho.