I consider myself, Social Media Shaman, as a spiritual guide for a conscious and abundant life — both online and offline.
Now that social media have become more commonplace, we tend to isolate that area from the rest of our existence. Social media is the area where marketers are the “experts”; where young people in particular know where to go; where you should be “on” as much as possible, but not too much according to the latest hype in mindfulness apps, and where so many updates take place (from both your “friends” and from the platforms themselves) that it is impossible to keep up.
In my shamanic practice I take the holistic approach that social media reflect our (unconscious) thoughts and belief systems just like any other interaction with the outside world. In other words: when you decide to communicate with others through social media, you will come across exactly the same positive and negative experiences as you would come across offline.