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  1. Shamanism As a Spiritual Practice for Daily Life by Thomas Dale Cowan, Tom Cowan, 1996-09-01
  2. Practical Shamanism, A Guide for Walking in Both Worlds by Katie Weatherup, 2006-09-30
  3. Plant Spirit Shamanism: Traditional Techniques for Healing the Soul by Ross Heaven, Howard G. Charing, 2006-08-03
  4. Reiki Shamanism: A Guide to Out-of-Body Healing by Jim PathFinder Ewing, 2008-09-01
  5. Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy (Bollingen Series) by Mircea Eliade, 2004-01-19
  6. The World of Shamanism: New Views of an Ancient Tradition by Roger Walsh, 2007-08-08
  7. Secrets of Shamanism: Tapping the Spirit Power Within You by Jose Stevens, Lena S. Stevens, 1988-08-01
  8. Singing to the Plants: A Guide to Mestizo Shamanism in the Upper Amazon by Stephan Beyer, 2010-06-30
  9. Shamanism for Beginners: Walking With the World's Healers of Earth and Sky by James Endredy, 2009-06-08
  10. Healing States: A Journey Into the World of Spiritual Healing and Shamanism by Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D., Stanley Krippner, 1987-06-15
  11. Shamanism and Tantra in the Himalayas by Surendra Bahadur Shahi, Christian Rätsch, et all 2002-09-30
  12. Shamanism by Piers Vitebsky, 2001-03
  13. Shamanism, Colonialism, and the Wild Man: A Study in Terror and Healing by Michael Taussig, 1991-12-15
  14. Fire in the Head: Shamanism and the Celtic Spirit by Tom Cowan, 1993-05-14

1. Shamanism And Shamanic Workshops In The UK, Ireland, Europe, USA, Ayahuasca Jour
shamanism and shamanic teachings workshops. Ayahuasca and plant spirit medicineretreats. shamanism is humankind s oldest healing path, offers ways for
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Shamanism is the oldest spiritual path on Planet Earth of healing, maintaining balance and harmony in society and the individual and keeping our connection with Mother Earth and All Creation. A shaman knows that all things are alive and walks with one foot in this world and one foot in the spirit world. Contemporary shamanism is the application of these ancient timeless ways to the present. Our outer world may be different, but our human inner landscape has the same components as always. Our outer health and wholeness is an expression of our inner health and holiness. We are here to bring spirit into matter and matter to spirit. The work of Eagle's Wing is to help people connect their inner and outer worlds, to heal old wounds within, to become able to bring dreams from the world of spirit into matter and thus enjoy a creative and fruitful life to dance their dreams awake and to become a part of the solution instead of part of the problem of human life on Earth.

2. Shamanism Working With Animal Spirits Core
Describes about 200 animal helpers with graphics and text.
"We are many.....and will take a moment.....    
        ..... our wisdom will appear to you before we do."
Shamanism, the world's oldest healing tradition, is found in all cultures on Earth.
Shamans work with their alliesthe animal spirits.
Learn the wisdom of over three hundred of these spiritual teachers.
An Endangered Species
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Jaguar's Wisdom Includes:
  • Seeing the roads within chaos
  • Understanding the patterns of chaos
  • Moving without fear in the darkness
  • Facilitating soul work
  • Empowering oneself
  • Moving in unknown places
  • Shapeshifter
  • Psychic sight
Hear Black Jaguar speak
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Black Jaguar's Wisdom Includes :
  • Keeper of the circular time continuum
  • Gatekeeper to the Unknowable
  • All wisdom listed above for Jaguar
According to Mayan beliefs, the journey of the sun across the sky and the darkness of night stood for the eternal journey of human consciousness and its transformations. The sun at midday was compared to the Eagle, flying high in the sky. Then it plunges below the horizon, just as we plunge into the dark where we face our spiritual challenges and are transformed. The hidden sun was said to be Jaguar, whose spotted skin symbolized the stars glittering in the night sky. Thus, it was called the "Jaguar Sun." Jaguar is the earth father. As earth father, he presides over the sacred power in the earth and the animals who live upon it. The force that lives within the mountains, which gives them their volcanic and transformative power, is the same underworld source of power and energy as the Jaguar Sun. The Mayan word for Jaguar is IX (pronounced eesh).

3. Shamanism
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4. Shamanism
The Tlingit Indians believed in malevolent spirits that interfered with their lives.Only an individual who possessed certain knowledge, ie the shaman,
One of the more colorful and fascinating aspects of Tlingit ceremonial history is shamanism. The Tlingit Indians believed in malevolent spirits that interfered with their lives. Only an individual who possessed certain knowledge, i.e. the shaman, could intercede and break their power. For example, the shaman could cure the sick by driving out evil spirits; he could guarantee large fish runs and good weather. Often his powers were called upon to assure success in battle or to combat witches. A famous Yakutat shaman is credited with preventing the great smallpox epidemic of 1836 from reaching his village. A shaman had at his command a number of spiritual helpers called yeks through which he made contact with the supernatural world. Each yek was assigned a special name and song. Yeks could assume both animal and human form, and were the subject of shamanic art, especially carved masks. The success of the shaman, who incidentally was well paid in advance for his services, depended upon the number of yeks under his control, and his rapport with them . If the shaman's efforts met with failure, he usually had an explanation for the client such as interference by bad spirits. Another payment would then be required for further services. The appearance of the shaman must have been impressive. His hair was never cut or combed, and formed a long mat down his back. His costume- typically a hide apron, shoulder robe and crown-could be decorated with animal claws and carved bones. During his wild contorted dance to conjure up the spirit world, he often donned the mask of the desired yek. While manipulating rattles, charms and batons, the shaman would chant, groan, hiss, cry, and so forth, until he worked himself into a trance-like state.

5. Shamanism
A general overview of shamanism plus newsgroup FAQs. Includes information onayahuasca and other shamanic hallucinogens. alanwatts aleph axis circuits chat crimethinc cybercraft DNA forum forum new hyperspace iching incunabula IRC status leary lilly login mckenna mcluhan news media meme oracle PDFA random RAWilson RSS sabbats shaman thoughtcrime updates warnings who's online To German To Spanish To French To Italian To Portuguese To Japanese To Korean To Chinese Random There Are No Reasons - Journey Into Savagery
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6. String Figures And Shamanism
An essay by Lois Stokes, with speculations on the role of string figures in Hawaiian culture.
Teaching Hut Village Gate Article String Figures and Shamanism
by Lois Stokes
It has been said that the spirit of the string figures was a guardian spirit of shamans. It is now the time for me to tell the story of how I met this ancestral spirit and how my husband and I became caretakers of a knowledge so ancient that it appeared to have been lost and forever forgotten. We have been given a gift from the ancestors and we want to acknowledge it as a living treasure and share its mystery with you. I do not really know what the ancient ones did with the string. I was not there. But what I do know is that the string seemed to speak to me and I listened. I was compelled to find out about string figures and how they were once used. My research took on a life of its own as I sat silently weaving ancient patterns with my fingers and a simple loop of string. String figures are found in almost all of the cultures of the world: Africa, The Arctic, Australia, Japan, The Pacific Islands of Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, Among the indigenous cultures of North America, Central and South America and throughout Europe, Asia, the United States and the Middle East. They are very ancient. You may know a version from your childhood called Cat's Cradle.

7. Creativity, Healing, And Shamanism Workshop
Participants in this 4day workshop will explore a new paradigm for an ancient art, experience a deep connection to nature's spirits, and evoke the creativity and healing of the shaman.
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Becoming a shaman one treads a path of experiential learning. Creativity, Healing, and Shamanism is a 4 day workshop that will lead participants to three objectives on the shaman's trail: education, experience, and encounter. Intentionally primitive, attendees will camp on the earth, gather around the fire, and learn beneath the open sky. This workshop will teach and contrast the Shaman's art of entering sacred space within the framework of traditional shamanism, chaos theory and emerging views in science, and Spiritual traditions from around the world. This workshop does not advance a specific religious perspective but rather explores the common threads woven through many creeds. Attendees will learn by doing as they make their own drums, form a creative community, and engage the power of solitary contemplation and fasting. As a participant in this workshop, you will follow the stages of the creative process to explore a new paradigm for an ancient art, to experience a connection to your faith, nature's spirits, and to evoke the creativity and healing of your inner shaman.

8. Shamanism: Foundation For Shamanic Studies Founded By Michael Harner
A non profit educational organization founded by Michael Harner. Includes theWay of the Shaman Basic Workshop, Advanced Shamanic Training, Books,
World Wide Shamanic Web
Your source for information and products
relating to the study of shamanism
Now you can join more than 5,000 people each year who take our rigorous training in core shamanism, the near universal methods of shamanism without a specific cultural perspective. 200-plus training programs are given each year in North America, Europe and Latin America. Founded by internationally renowned anthropologist Michael Harner with a three-fold mission to study, to teach, and to preserve shamanism, the Foundation for Shamanic Studies has built a reputation of consistency and dependability by providing reliable training in Core Shamanism to interested learners worldwide. Dr. Harner has been recognized as a pioneer in the field of anthropology and shamanism since the early 60's when he chose to immerse himself in tribal spiritual traditions rather than restrict his study to more traditional academic techniques. FSS News October 30, 2005 - November 11, 2005
Madison, Virginia - New! East Coast Two-Week Intensive Course in Advanced Shamanism and Shamanic Healing with Nan Moss and David Corbin. Contact: Down to Earth, PO Box 330, Port Clyde, ME 04855; (207) 372-8823;
March 26 - April 6, 2006
San Francisco Bay Area, California - West Coast Two-Week Intensive Course in Advanced Shamanism and Shamanic Healing with Michael Harner and Alicia L. Gates. Contact: Journeywork Institute, PO Box 13160, Portland, OR 97213; (503)282-6315, fax: (503)287-4712;
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9. Shamanism - Dance Of The Deer Foundation - Shamanic Healing With A Huichol India
Home page of the Dance of the Deer Foundation shamanism in action with BrantSecunda - Huichol Indian Shamanic Ceremonies and Healings - Workshops lead by
ABOUT US WORKSHOPS MEMBERSHIP Goto Shaman Chocolates GotoThe mission of the Dance of the Deer Foundation Center for Shamanic Studies is to preserve the Huichol culture and its shamanic practices and traditions. The foundation was established in 1979 by Brant Secunda to carry on the vision of his grandfather and teacher, don José Matsuwa, the renowned Huichol shama Brant Secunda is a shaman, healer and ceremonial leader in the Huichol Indian tradition of Mexico. He completed a 12-year apprenticeship with Don Jose Matsuwa, the renowned shaman, who died in 1990 at the age of 110. Since 1979 Brant Secunda has been the Director of the Dance of the Deer Foundation, Center for Shamanic Studies. Having worked with the World Health Organization and the American Holistic Medical Association, Brant is integrating shamanism into the world of modern medicine. He is an internationally recognized shaman and healer. Brant Secunda leads seminars and retreats worldwide.His work has been documented on television, radio, and in articles and books throughout the United States and Europe.

10. Neurotheology & Shamanism
Dr. Michael Winkelman, Anthropology Professor at Arizona State and author of shamanism The Neural Economy of Consciousness , discusses the neurological basis of shamanism, mankind's oldest spiritual practice.
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Shamanism is the Original Neurotheology
June 5, 2001 "Neurotheology" is a new concept given widespread exposure in the recent Newsweek article (5/7/2001) God and the Brain How We’re Wired for Spirituality. "While the term neurotheology is new, the basic ideas have been around for thousands of years" says Dr. Michael Winkelman, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University. "Many cultures have developed technologies for altering consciousness and inducing spiritual experiences." Winkelman describes shamanism- an ancient healing practice- within the context of neurotheology. Scholars have recognized shamanism as a special form of religious behavior for more than a century. Winkelman’s earlier cross-cultural research on shamanism ( Shamans, Priests and Witches ) demonstrated that there were basic similarities in shamans in cultures around the world. The similarities in shamans include the use of trance or ecstasyaltered states of consciousness (ASC) to interact with the spirits and heal. These spirit world interactions are often referred to as "soul journeys," flying, out-of-body experiences and astral projection. These abilities are acquired when the initiate shaman undergoes a "death and rebirth experience" and acquires animal allies and spirit powers. In his new book

11. Shamanism Index
shamanism/newsgroupfaq Subject soc.religion.shamanism-Frequently Asked Questions Subject shamanism-General Overview-Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Search FAQs - Full Text Search Subject/Archive Names Search Article Headers Shamanism Usenet FAQs Search Web FAQs Documents ... Cities PLEASE NOTE: The maintainers of this archive are NOT the authors or maintainers of the individual FAQs. To correct or contribute to these documents, send email to the specific FAQ maintainers identified in each of the FAQs. Last Update June 15 2004 @ 00:42 AM

12. Shamanism Foundation For Shamanic Studies Founded By Michael Harner
Now you can join more than 5 000 people each year who take our rigorous training in core shamanism, the near universal methods of shamanism without a

13. Christianity And Shamanism: First International Consultation
Papers from a conference on the relationship between the two religions, focussing on Korea and the Sakha Republic (Yakutia), Siberia. With topic index.
Skip to: Entrance Site Map Proceedings of the
First Seoul International Consultation:
Christianity and Shamanism
Table of Contents The first international consultation ever convened to consider the relationships between Christianity and shamanism.
Web-Site Map
Skip past the site map Table of Contents ...
Index of Topics and Names
  • Alphabetical index of topics and names with links to the chapters.
    About the authors: The qualifications of each of the authors.
Guidelines to Cite this Publication
  • Guidelines for notations and bibliographies.
Background of the Consultation
by the Editor
  • From Yakutia. To Korea. The event itself.
Significance of the Consultation
by the Editor
  • The Significance. A Problem of Terminology:
    • What does the term shamanism mean?
      • Two meanings.
      Where does the term shamanism come from? A Clash of Categories.
    Resolutions adopted by the Consultation.
Chapter 1
Traditional Korean Customs and Rites, and their Acceptance from a Christian Point of View
by His Grace Soterios the Bishop of Zelon
  • Origin and History of Korean Shamanism.

14. Shamanism General-Overview Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Summary This FAQ contains a general overview on shamanism. NOTE The followinggeneral overview of shamanism is not intended to be the last word or the alanwatts aleph axis circuits chat crimethinc cybercraft DNA forum forum new hyperspace iching incunabula IRC status leary lilly login mckenna mcluhan news media meme oracle PDFA random RAWilson RSS sabbats shaman thoughtcrime updates warnings who's online To German To Spanish To French To Italian To Portuguese To Japanese To Korean To Chinese Random Alien Love - Speaking in Toungues
Shamanism General-Overview
Summary: This FAQ contains a general overview on shamanism. It should be read by anyone interested in understanding the what is meant by shamanism and what differentiates shamanism form other forms of ecstatic experience. Archive-name: shamanism-overview
Last-modified: 3 Nov 1995, Version: 1.7
hypertexture= NOTE: The following general overview of shamanism is not intended to be the last word or the definitive work on this subject. Rather it is, as its title implies, intended to provide the participant or reader with a set of guidelines that will familiarize them with the general use of the terms shamanism , shaman and shamanic in the trends, study and practice of historic, traditional and contemporary shamanic experience. The word

15. Welcome To
List of contents of this UK magazine on shamanism, Animism, earth wisdom, native spirituality and ecology, with some material online. Also shopping.

16. Shamanism
A general overview of shamanism plus newsgroup FAQs. Includes information on ayahuasca and other shamanic hallucinogens.

17. Circle Sanctuary Website
Based in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Circle is a central resource for Pagans interested in the understanding and preservation of natural areas, and the practice of Wiccan shamanism as explicated by its cofounder, Selena Fox. Includes information on their quarterly magazine, Circle Network News.
Welcome to Circle Sanctuary
Publishers of the Circle Guide to Pagan Groups CIRCLE Magazine
Founded in 1974 by Selena Fox (her website updated 8/15/2005), Circle Sanctuary is a non-profit organization dedicated to networking, research, spiritual healing, community celebrations, and education. The Circle sponsors gatherings and encourages Nature preservation with Nature meditations and workshops celebrated at diverse locations including the Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve , a 200 acre site in the forested hills of southwestern Wisconsin, USA.
We advocate religious freedom through the Lady Liberty League and foster interfaith dialogues which strive toward multicultural cooperation.
Circle Sanctuary maintains the Circle Network , an information exchange and contact service which links together individuals, groups, networks, centers, and other groupings of Pagans/Nature Spirituality practitioners throughout the world.
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  • 18. Animal Spirit Guides Shamanism
    shamanism, the worlds oldest healing tradition, is found in all cultures. Shamans work with animal spirits. Learn wisdom of 300 animal helpers.

    19. Folklore_main
    Englishlanguage archives of an informative Baltic Folklore journal published by the Folk Belief and Media Group of the Estonian Literary Museum. Material about Estonian shamanism, urban legends, ethnomusicology, popular calendar data, and general folk belief.
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    Main topics: Folk Belief, Storytelling, Customs and other Cultural Studies
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    20. Shamanism
    shamanism. One of the more colorful and fascinating aspects of Tlingit ceremonial history is shamanism.

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