In ancient times there were once wise shamans that wished not to physically transform into animals, but to instead to absorb the strength, agility, nobility and spiritual power of the animals they admired and respected. And so I bring you spiritual shapeshifting – not the power to change the form of your body, but the ability to spiritually transform into the essence of a wolf.
Unfortunately this is easier said than done. To do this properly you need an incredible amount of control, direction and knowledge. I recommend first doing as much research as possible on wolves. Watch documentaries, read books, and memorize everything. How do their bodies work, their strengths and their weakness – from their pads to their snout. What do they eat, how do packs work, how do they hunt? And on and on, learn as much as you can about this majestic animal.
Second, more research. But this time study spiritualism and relaxation. Yes, relaxation. I’m afraid being in a perfect state of relaxation is very difficult. Being able to clear your mind and focus perfectly on one goal is not an easy task. As for spiritualism, learn the details behind spiritual shapeshifting; learn about auras and earthly powers. Do certain colors mean specific things? What does it mean to contact the spiritual plane? Learn everything you can so that you can get a better understanding of what you need to do.
As for actually doing the spiritual wolf transformation yourself, you will need guides. You can’t sit in your room, close your eyes real tight and wish over and over to be a wolf. Haha, it’s more work than that. There are entire books on the topic, but the one I would recommend is The Werewolf Book by Brad Steiger. Now, this may be an encyclopedia on overall werewolf information, but there is a long section about spiritual shapeshifting in it. Steiger wrote out very detailed and complicated instructions for those that wish to attempt to bring out their spiritual wolf. That is why I choose this book, because he specifically targets wolves, not all animals. If you are genuinely interested in this sort of thing then I recommend picking the book up.
One of the writers for werewolves.com, as well as vampires.com.