Announcing a New Book by José Stevens, PhD: How to Pray the Shaman’s Way

How to Pray the Shaman’s Way

by José Luis Stevens, PhD
Forward by don Jose Ruiz

Discover the Secrets of Shamanic Prayer

Prayer is an intensely personal communication that covers the range of human experience: from gratitude, worship, and celebration, to grief, affliction, and suffering.

This incredibly potent spiritual practice is one of humankind’s most ancient and enduring activities and is as prevalent today as it was thousands of years ago.

In How to Pray the Shaman’s Way author José Luis Stevens offers an insightful guide to this universal, transformative practice, and explains how engaging in shamanic prayer can lead to deeper healing, a more grounded outlook on life, and an ever-expanding sense of connection with the natural world, our fellow human beings, and the divine universe.

This book is not only an in-depth exploration of shamanic prayer, but also a practical guide for initiating or deepening your own prayer practice.

Packed with a wealth of inspired prayers that can be adapted for your own use, this book is a dive deep into the world of personal transformation, healing, and spiritual guidance.


About the Author

José Luis Stevens, PhD is an international lecturer, teacher, consultant, and trainer. A psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, and author of eighteen books and numerous articles, he is also on the board of the Society for Shamanic Practice. He is the cofounder of the Power Path School of Shamanism and the Center for Shamanic Education and Exchange. Visit him at

About don Jose Ruiz

don Jose Ruiz was born in Mexico City and raised in Tijuana, Mexico. When he was 21, he came to live in the United States with his father, don Miguel Ruiz. He lectures and gives workshops around the world and dedicates his life to sharing the ancient Toltec wisdom by translating it into practical, everyday life concepts that promote transformation through truth, love, and common sense. He is the author of The Wisdom of the Shamans, and the coauthor, with his father, of The Fifth Agreement.