About James Maxwell Milne
James (also known as ‘Max’) explored Eastern spirituality and meditation as a young child through the martial arts. As a college student, while studying literature and religion, he began to more deeply contemplate and appreciate esoteric spiritual traditions and mystical Christianity. In 2008, after a series of experiences, he began to naturally see, hear, and perceive in psychical and non-ordinary ways. In 2010, James began to learn from the core shamanic community and has worked with the teacher and practitioner Peter Clark since 2011.
Professionally, James worked as a lecturer and editor for Seoul University of Foreign Studies from 2012 to 2016. Privately, he experienced Peruvian and Korean shamanism during his travels. James eventually decided that the most ethical application of spiritual and psychical intelligence is in service of natural healing and alternative education.
In 2016, James returned to the U.S. to study with a master healer who specializes in healing those with serious illnesses and who teaches a sensibility that is beyond technique or methodology. With this service, James continues his work to overcome suffering and apparent disease through interventions and practices that could be called spiritual.
James Maxwell Milne
MA, Clinical & Counseling Psychology
Spirituality & Mind-Body Institute
Teacher’s College, Columbia University