The Mongolian shamans speak of a personal psychic power, called Hii (wind), or Hiimori, which means Windhorse, the ancient Norse shaman knew as Sleipnir. The name of Sleipnir means, ‘gliding one.’
The Hiimori is seen to be housed within the chest area of the heart; its power is basically the ability to induce hypnagogic (gliding) trance, which will vary in its power according to how you use it.
The Windhorse is sometimes personified as an eight-legged-mare, looking like a female (Succubus) centaur, upon whose back the shaman rides into trance likened to that of becoming like Dr Who riding his TARDIS.
The personification of Hiimori as an eight-legged female centaur is important here, which describes a means of explaining how she can be summoned.
The Hiimori is symbolically seen to be tethered to the (multiverse) world tree the ancient Norse called Yggdrassill, which represents the spinal column of the…
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