After years of study with yogis, monks and lamas in India, Nepal, Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Japan, Kevin met Michael Harner in 1997 and began his shamanic path.
Kevin has worked with shamans in Peru, Nepal and Mexico. In 2007, in a bit of a turn around, he was invited to train a group of Mayan Elders in psychopomp work.
Kevin has worked for Save the Children in a Cambodia at civil war, airlines in Taiwan, IBM in Japan, and has lectured at a dozen universities. He is also a facilitator at The Monroe Institute and a remote viewer.
Though born in Arizona, USA, Kevin has lived in Asia for over 20 years and currently has a healing practice in Kyoto, Japan.
"As early as I can remember I experienced nocturnal journeys to an attic above the attic to learn from ancestors, or to a cellar below the cellar that led down to fairy-tale realms. Unable to distinguish the difference between waking, lucid dreaming or otherwise in these worlds, I rarely spoke of them or the things I learned. I completed an MA in linguistics in 1985 and left for Asia to seek more understanding of the hidden worlds.
"When I learned shamanic journeying from Michael Harner I immediately realized what had been occurring since childhood, but now I had a framework within which to work. It was an awe-inspiring development in my life, and itís an honor to be able to share this with others as an FSS faculty member in Asia."
For FSS workshops in Japan or Asia, check the FSS workshops calendar. (Click here for a page in Japanese) Kevin can be reached regarding Foundation workshops at:
Kyoto, Japan; Tel/fax: 81-75-423-4379; website: www.shamanism-asia.com/en/shamanism.