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In indigenous cultures that practice shamanism, divination is a regular part of most shamans' lives. Every culture has its own favored methods (the Buryat, for instance, like many Siberian and Mongolian peoples, cast sheep knuckle bones). An almost universal method of divining for information is the shamanic journey. Bekki and Crow frequently journey for information on their clients' behalf, often (but not always) as part of shamanic healing work.

The method for shamanic divining of this nature is to create sacred space before entering a light trance state. Bekki or Crow then journey to meet with their shamanic allies and ask for information on the client's behalf.

"Hi, Crow,
Thank you so much for doing the journeywork for me! I feel so much better; such a weight has lifted. It's so much easier to go about daily life now."
Client, February 2004