The Yoga of Weather Shamanism
Updated: Dec 23, 2022
Weather shamanism is a spiritual or religious practice in which a shaman, or spiritual leader, uses rituals and ceremonies to communicate with spirits or deities in order to control or influence the weather. This may include practices such as making offerings, performing rituals, and using spiritual objects or artifacts to manipulate the weather. Weather shamanism is often used to bring rain during times of drought, protect against storms and natural disasters, or otherwise manipulate the weather for the benefit of the community. It is practiced by various indigenous cultures around the world and has a long history dating back to ancient times.
In the lands of ancient magic,
Where the weather was prone to tricks,
There lived a tribe of weather shamans,
Whose powers were beyond human plans.
They could bring rain during times of drought,
Protect against storms and natural disasters,
Or otherwise manipulate the weather
For the benefit of the community, together.
The chief shaman was a wise old man,
With a staff carved from an ancient tree,
He could call upon the winds and clouds,
To do as he commanded, with a single shout.
The others in the tribe were just as skilled,
Each with their own unique weather thrill,
They could summon lightning from the sky,
Or calm a raging storm with a gentle sigh.
The weather shamans were greatly revered,
For they held the power to quell the fear,
Of those who lived in their sacred lands,
Knowing that the shamans had their hands,
On the very forces of nature itself,
Guiding the weather with their ancient wealth,
Of knowledge and magic, passed down through the ages,
To protect and serve their tribal sages.
So if you find yourself in a land of drought,
Or facing a storm that you can't rout,
Look for the weather shamans, they'll know what to do,
To bring the rain and calm the winds, anew.