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My latest book, How to Get Even with the Universe by Getting Right with the World: Working within Sacred Space and Time, is now available from Amazon.com and perhaps your local bookstore. Regardless of how you get the book, if you come back to this site to let me know, you will receive these excellent bonuses: a downloadable 24-month 2017-2018 “How to Get Even” calendar with inspirations photos and quotes, and four guided meditation recordings with extensive meditative tips and breathing patterns.

These meditations are extremely powerful and have never been offered anywhere else outside of my private classes. So buy the book for $16.99, (plus shipping, if applicable) then return to this site’s bonus page to fill out the confirmation form and receive nearly $120 in bonuses absolutely free.* Your information is kept confidential and never shared.

*A free online Q & A series will likely be available as a bonus soon, too.

How to Get Even with the Universe by Getting Right with the World:
Working within Sacred Space and Time

Advance Reviews

~see what early reviewers have to say about the book~

This book beautifully addresses two of my favorite topics; sacred space and sacred reciprocity. The author has a unique and rare ability to bring profound hermetic wisdom in a language that most will understand and appreciate. Reading it infused me with a practical magic that immediately began to shape-shift my life. I recommend it to all those who are called to be conscious participants in the evolutionary journey of their soul, and that of humankind. Keep it nearby; you will want to refer to it often.

Yola Dunne | Author, healer, ceremonalist

In this book, Steve Guettermann has created a conceptual and energetic bridge from habitually hard-edged “thinking” to a heartfelt, fluid experience of sacred reciprocity, sacred space and ceremony. In addition to that very important contribution, he provides clear, insightful explanations and guidelines for creating sacred space, living with sacred reciprocity in an urban environment, being open to messages from the energetic world, staying non-attached, and much, much more. This could be a valuable training manual and handbook for apprentice shamans. It can also provide assistance for those who wish to improve their understanding of – and connection to – a path they are already on. It would have been very helpful to me to provide context and to relieve overwhelm when I first jumped into the deep waters of ceremonial Peruvian shamanism two years ago with no cultural, conceptual or heart-based understanding of what ceremony is all about. I feel this is an important contribution to the shamanic bookshelf, and I recommend it highly.

Judy Steele | MTP, transpersonally-oriented life coach & counselor