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  1. Shamanism: A Biopsychosocial Paradigm of Consciousness and Healing by Michael Winkelman, 2010-08-05
  2. Shamanism (Quest Book) by Shirley J. Nicholson, 1987-05-01
  3. Journeying : Where Shamanism and Psychology Meet by Jeannette Marie Gagan, 1998-03-02
  4. Healing with Form, Energy, and Light: The Five Elements in Tibetan Shamanism, Tantra, and Dzogchen by Tenzin W. Rinpoche, 2002-05-25
  5. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Shamanism by Gini Graham Scott, 2002-06-18
  6. Ecstatic Religion: A Study of Shamanism and Spirit Possession (Volume 0) by I.M. Lewis, 2003-01-30
  7. Weather Shamanism: Harmonizing Our Connection with the Elements by Nan Moss, 2008-01-24
  8. The Beauty of the Primitive: Shamanism and Western Imagination by Andrei A. Znamenski, 2007-07-16
  9. Advanced Celtic Shamanism by D.J. Conway, 2000-09-30
  10. The Archaeology of Shamanism
  11. Astrotheology & Shamanism: Christianity's Pagan Roots. A Revolutionary Reinterpretation of the Evidence (Color Edition) by Jan Irvin, Andrew Rutajit, 2009-02-04
  12. Shamanism: An Encyclopedia of World Beliefs, Practices, and Culture (2 Volume Set)
  13. By Oak, Ash, & Thorn: Modern Celtic Shamanism (Llewellyn's Celtic Wisdom) by D.J. Conway, 1994-01-08
  14. Shamanism and the Ancient Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Archaeology (Archaeology of Religion) by James L. Pearson, 2002-04

21. Shamanism Webring Circle
shamanism, the world’s oldest healing tradition, is found in all cultures.Join the shamanism Webring if you’re interested in animals, animal spirits,
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    The Shamanism Web Circle accepts pages from people interested in honoring the animal spirits, walking gently upon the earth, or spiritual healing in general. Your page does not have to be about Shamanism. Pages that fail to honor the right of all life to walk their soul path gently upon the Earth will not be allowed into this ring. We are rated appropriate for all ages. Pages that do not conform to this standard will not be added.

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22. Esoteric School Of Shamanism And Magic
The Esoteric School of shamanism and Magic is a real magick school and center for shamanism offering online courses, free teleconferences, magic

23. Shamanism - Oldest Healing Tradition In The World
shamanism is the spiritual practices of ancient civilizations and cultures.shamanism is the oldest healing tradition in the world.
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Shamanism is the spiritual practices of ancient civilizations and cultures. Shamanism is the oldest healing tradition in the world. The Shaman in history served as the communicator between the physical and the spiritual worlds through various rituals and visualizations. This tradition is observed by modern mankind as a way of returning to its roots.
Recent What is Shamanic Smudging? Shamanic smudging or just smudgingis an age-old tribal tradition which has been used for centuries to create harmony and peace. Power Songs Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls explains what a Power Song is and what purposes it serves. She also gives instruction on using the FA note (as in: Do Re Me Fa) in our power songs to manifest intentional healing. A Form of Prayer - Shamanic Drumming Shamanic drumming gives access to a doorway that can be opened and closed, at will.

24. Vattumannen Postorder & Webshop
Bokhandel med specialomr¥den som esoterik, meditation, mytologi, magi, ockultism, shamanism och andlig utveckling.
Vattumannen bokhandel etablerades 1972 och är Sveriges äldsta och största specialbokhandel för esoterisk litteratur.
Bokhandeln ligger på Drottninggatan i Stockholm och har med åren blivit en central mötesplats för andligt sökande människor.
Ur ett astrologiskt perspektiv befinner jordmänskligheten sig i en övergångsfas från Fiskarnas till Vattumannens tidsålder. Det betyder att vi går från tro på auktoriteter, tro på religion, tro på vetenskap till inre visdom, självständigt tänkande och humanitet.
Det har alltid varit Vattumannens ambition att bemöta den nya tidens varierande behov av andlig litteratur.
Vi erbjuder ett brett sortiment inom områdena personlig utveckling, esoterik, spiritualitet, religion, hälsa, astrologi med mera.
Här kan du hitta specialiserade böcker som kan vara omöjliga att hitta på andra ställen i Sverige.
Cirka 40% av titlarna är importerade från England, USA och Indien. Butiken har även ett stort lager med musik för avslappning, frigörande dans etc. Vattumannen har också Sveriges största urval av tarotlekar. Vattumannen postorder administreras av Stjärndistribution AB. Lagerstatus, priser och liknande uppgifter på hemsidan hämtas från Stjärndistributions lager och har ingenting med butikens lagerstatus att göra.

25. Shamanism And Shamanic Workshops In The UK, Ireland, Europe, USA
shamanism and shamanic teachings workshops. Ayahuasca and plant spirit medicine retreats. shamanism is humankind's oldest healing path, offers ways

26. Talking Drum Publications Home Page
Offers books, tapes, articles, links, and workshops on shamanism and shamanic drummings.
Home Page Articles Drum Circles Workshops ... I Ching Reading Welcome. My name is Michael Drake. I am a writer, rhythmist, and ceremonial drummer of Cherokee descent. I began my journey into rhythm by studying with Mongolian shaman Jade Wah'oo Grigori . Jade's ancient knowledge of drumming and healing rhythms was most influential in putting together my first book, The Shamanic Drum: A Guide to Sacred Drumming . I had a deep respect for the powerful rhythms and drum ways of Jade's tradition, but I had to follow my own path of rhythm. Though Jade was my mentor, the drum became the guiding force in my life. It led me to explore the rhythms of many of the world's shamanic traditions. Inspired by my studies, research, and experiences, I founded Talking Drum Publications in 1991 in order to publish and disseminate information related to shamanic drumming. Estimated to be between 20,000 and 30,000 years old, shamanic drumming is a time-honored method of healing and helping others. Practiced in diverse cultures around the planet, this technique is strikingly similar the world over. Shamanic drumming uses a single, repetitive rhythm played at a tempo of some three to four beats per second. Although sounding quite simple and redundant, the unique connection between the drum and the shaman gives this drumming great power, richness, and depth. Through the many tones, pitches, and harmonics of the drum, the shaman communes with the subtle and normally unseen energies of the spirit world. By changing and listening to the frequencies and overtones of the drum, the shaman is able to send messages to

27. HUNA FROM HAWAII - Featuring The Huna Healing Tradition Of Serge
Aloha International site features the wisdom of Serge Kahili King. Books, tapes, seminars and workshops in Huna Healing, Huna Therapy, Hawaiian

28. Four Winds Society
Classes and indepth training programs in Inka shamanism.

29. Shamanism General-Overview Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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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
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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 shaman comes to English from the Tungus language via Russian. Among the Tungus of Siberia it is both a noun and a verb. While the Tungus have no word for shamanism, it has come into usage by anthropologists, historians of religion and others in contemporary society to designate the experience and the practices of the shaman. Its usage has grown to include similar experiences and practices in cultures outside of the original Siberian cultures from which the term shaman originated. Thus shamanism is not the name of a religion or group of religions. Particular attention should be paid to the use of qualifying words such a

30. Metista Spirituality And Shamanism For American Mutts
Shamanic Spirituality for American (and other) Mutts Important Note shamanism is not "Native American Religion"

31. About Us: Huichol Indians & Shamanism
shamanism is an ancient healing tradition and moreover, a way of life. Huicholshamanism honors all of creation, especially the spirit of nature the power
ABOUT US Huichol Indians The Huichol Indians are a small tribe of approximately 15,000 living in central Mexico near Ixtlan in the Sierra Madre Mountains. They are said to be the last tribe in North America to have maintained their pre-Columbian traditions. Huichol shamans and healers practice today as they have for generations. In part, their survival is due to the focus of their traditions. They have no history of war. Rather than training for war, they train their hearts to open to the healing powers of love and to the celebrations of life through the seasons. Because of this, they are famous for their strong ceremonial tradition, rich mythology and incredible visionary artwork. Primarily an agricultural people, the Huichols are dependent upon corn, planting their fields along the steep slopes of their mountain homeland. Corn is life for the Huichol Indians. The yearly cycle of preparing the fields, planting, growing, and harvesting the corn is surrounded by religious ceremony, as is all of Huichol life. Huichol life is a continuous cycle of ritual and devotional exercises designed to help them stay connected to the Ancient Ones-Tate Wari (Grandfather Fire), Takutsi Nakawey (Grandmother Growth), Kauyumari (our brother, the Deer Spirit), and Tatei Yurianaka (Mother Earth), among others. The Huichols say that during ceremony, they are inviting these spirits to come into the circle of life to be with them- to help empower them and their families, and to help the universe stay in balance.

32. Dream Change - Serving The Earth
Nonprofit organization consisting of people around the globe dedicated to practicing and creating ways of sustainable living.

33. Urban Shamanism And Shamanic Healing
A site with articles and stories created to educate people about modern shamanism, its power to heal and guide, and its relevance to our modern lives.
Dedicated to Spirit, shaman, shamanic healers, and everyone seeking powerful spiritual connections. Clicking an object (except the fire) will open a new browser window, covering this one. Site Map This site is best viewed in Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) Click here to download the latest version of Internet Explorer Click here to download the latest version of For the latest version of AOL just wait patiently it should arrive in the mail any day now Okay, okay, you can download AOL here.

34. Shamanism
shamanism is a range of traditional beliefs and practices that involve the shamanism is based on the premise that the visible world is pervaded by
A shaman is a medicine man or woman. Shaman are spiritual beings with the ability to heal, work with energies and 'see' visions.
The essential characteristics of shaman are mastery of energy and fire as a medium of transformation. Shamanism is a range of traditional beliefs and practices that involve the ability to diagnose, cure, and sometimes cause human suffering by traversing the axis mundi and forming a special relationship with, or gaining control over, spirits. Shamans have been credited with the ability to control the weather, divination, the interpretation of dreams, astral projection, and traveling to upper and lower worlds. Shamanistic traditions have existed throughout the world since prehistoric times. Shamanism is based on the premise that the visible world is pervaded by invisible forces or spirits that affect the lives of the living. In contrast to animism and animatism, which any and usually all members of a society practice, shamanism requires specialized knowledge or abilities. Shamans are not, however, organized into full-time ritual or spiritual associations, as are priests. Etymology The word shaman originated among the Siberian Tungus (Evenks) and literally means he (or she) who knows; the belief that the word may be derived from Sanskrit is perhaps due to a confusion of the words 'shamanism' and 'shramanism', from the sanskrit shramana, Pali and Prakrit samana; but the samanas were ascetics, not shamans.

35. Aziz Shamanism Website
shamanism is an art in which the individual wakes up to reality by shedding theillusions of humanity and withdrawing into the wilderness to learn directly
About Aziz Shamanism Peter Aziz trained in shamanism for 35 years, and then in a more recent spiritual journey he was taken into Shambhala, where he was selected for higher work; to be a direct channel for God/Goddess/all that is. Since then, his work has transcended traditional shamanic technique, replacing it with a system that is more powerful and divine. He has been featured in local newspapers for getting a crippled boy walking, and has successfully healed a number of cancers and other serious conditions. He has healed broken bones within a few hours, and already empowered his students to produce equally powerful healing. He also produces great spiritual transformation in his clients. His main guide is Kali, the destroyer of illusion to produce fast spiritual growth. One of his new spiritual gifts is the ability to materialise gifts from the spirit world. These were at first Dragon Pearls and items from the faerie realm, but this gift too has evolved, so he now materialises gifts directly from the gods, such as Crystal Yantras. He gives individual healing, and runs workshops, which are continuously evolving.

36. Folk Art And Magic: Shamanism In Korea
Read about and order a fully illustrated book on traditional shamanic folk magic in Korea, written by Alan Carter Covell.
A closer look... Folk Art and Magic: Shamanism in Korea , by Alan Carter Covell (0-930878-57-4) Please note : this volume is an updated and combined version of Ecstasy: Shamanism in Korea (0-930878-33-7) and Shamanist Folk Paintings: Korea's Eternal Spirits (0-930878-39-6) by the same author. Northern-type Shamanism seeks ecstatic trance to commune with spirits. Here its psychology and techniques are analyzed. The later part of the book describes via photo-essays the Shamanist rituals still occurring today those which summon the deities, the "Ten Thousand Spirits" who may arrive in answer to the shaman's call. These include the famous generals of history, who will drive away disease, one general so fierce he walks on sharpened knives, a performance the shaman duplicates without being cut! The female ruler of the earth spirits, a patroness of diviners, also comes and sometimes hungry ghosts direct from the underworld; they gobble their food but cannot swallow. Then Pali Kongju may come, to rescue souls from the clutches of brutal guards of Hell. Also disclosed are the life stories of various individual shamans, the

37. Soul Quest
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38. Shamanism-General Overview-Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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39. SEEK -- Archives: Eliade
A summary of Eliade's book by the Michigan Law Student Reading Group in the Sciences and in the Law.
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Back to main page Summary of Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy (Mircea Eliade, 1964; tr. Willard Trask)
Summary of Chapters I-II by S. Leggatt, 7.16.97 I. General Considerations. Recruiting Methods. Shamanism and Mystical Vocation. Approaches Eliade begins by defining his terms. Shaman will not be used to refer simply to any medicine man, fakir, or magician, but only to members of that subset of those more general classes which share a sufficient number of characteristics with the paradigmatic case of shamanism, the Siberian/Central Asian. Briefly, shamans of this type cure, they escort the souls of the dead, they fly, they control fire, but by far the most important, they employ techniques of ecstasy; that is to say, they leave their bodies. Each of these elements will be elaborated upon later. Eliade notes that shamanism most frequently coexists with other magico-religious belief systems, rather than assimilating or being assimilated by them. It is in part for this reason that a strict definition of shamanism is useful, in order to differentiate between groups that might otherwise mistakenly be categorized together. Interestingly, we will find that belief systems all over the world share a large number of the elements of shamanism with the paradigmatic case, despite having no geographical or cultural point of contact with Siberia or Central Asia. In fact, although "shamanism dominates the religious life of Central and North Asia, it is nevertheless not

40. Sacred-texts: Shamanism
shamanism at shamanism in Siberia from Aboriginal Siberia,by MA Czaplicka. 1914 This is a comprehensive review of the ethographic


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... Buy Books about Shamanism Shamanism About the Photo... This section has texts about Shamanism and Animism. These are traditional belief systems which consider the entire universe to be alive and interconnected. Shamanism in practice is used to heal and enlighten, using ceremonials which can include rhythmic music, mind altering drugs and mythic journeys into the subconscious. There are also numerous descriptions of Shamanism and related topics in the Native American , the Traditional Asian Australian Pacific , and African sections. For instance: Sacred Formulas of the Cherokee by James Mooney [1891] Fetichism in West Africa by Rev. Robert Hamill Nassau. [1904] Shamanism in Siberia from Aboriginal Siberia, by M. A. Czaplicka. [1914] This is a comprehensive review of the ethographic literature concerning Shamanism in Sibera. Shaman, Saiva and Sufi by R.O. Winstedt. (1925) This is an ethographic account of spiritual practices in Malaysia at the start of the 20th century, which included Shamanism, Animism, Hindu and Islamic influences. Animism by G.W. Gilmore [1919]

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