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  1. Easy-to-Use Shamanism: Unlock the Power of Earth Magic to Transform Your Life by Jan Morgan Wood, Jan Wood, 2002-10-28
  2. Entering the Circle : A Russian Psychiatrist's Journey into Siberian Shamanism by Olga Kharitidi, 1995-10
  3. The Sacred Heritage: The Influence of Shamanism on Analytical Psychology
  4. Shamanism in North America (Religion and Spirituality) by Norman Bancroft Hunt, 2003-02-01
  5. Shamanism: The Neural Ecology of Consciousness and Healing by Michael Winkelman, 2000-03-30
  6. Singing the Soul Back Home: Shamanism in Daily Life (Earth Quest) by Caitlin Matthews, 1995-02
  7. Iboga: The Visionary Root of African Shamanism by Vincent Ravalec, Mallendi, et all 2007-10-12
  8. Shamanism: A Reader
  9. Shamanism, History, and the State
  10. Magick, Shamanism and Taoism by Richard Herne, 2001-03-01
  11. Shamanism and the Mystery Lines: Ley Lines, Spirit Paths, Out-of-the-body Travel and Shape Shifting by Paul Devereux, 2000-10-13
  12. Korean Shamanism: Muism by Tae-kon Kim, 1998-05-25
  13. Dance of Stones: A Shamanic Road Trip by Kenn Day, 2008-05-11
  14. Shamanism: The Foundations of Magic (Esoteric Themes and Perspectives Series) by Ward Rutherford, 1986-07-24

61. Huna Information Site
Trevor Kealohaokeoa Courtney and Lyndsay HammondCourtney offer training in Hawaiian huna and shamanism in Australia, New Zealand and Hawaii.
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62. Shamanism Ireland | Celtic Shamanism's Healing Journey
shamanism Ireland offers training in the healing journey of celtic shamanic practice.
Irish Centre for Shamanic Studies
Shamanism Ireland offers training courses in the healing journey of Celtic Shamanism Here you can find details of Shamanic courses and classes available, facilitated by experienced practitioners in the ancient setting of Co. Meath, Ireland. Receive our updates by email
About Shamanism
The Irish Centre for Shamanic Studies was set up by Martin Duffy to promote and research traditional and contemporary Shamanism Shamanism is an ancient spiritual system dating back over 50,000 years. This tradition forms the roots of all healing and spiritual models. We can all trace our shamanic ancestry back through time, whether it be through Celtic, European, American or Aboriginal origins. A Shaman is an individual who can through various techniques such as drumming, dancing and dreaming to change their sate of consciousness and journey outside time, or ordinary reality, to the non ordinary realms of magic and mystery. The Shaman travels beyond the "matrix" of ordinary reality to contact the spirit world to seek healing, knowledge and power to help the individual and the community. The Shaman uses ecstatic techniques to enter the shamanic state of consciousness (SSC) travel out of the body, make contact with spirit guides and power animals and therefore effect changes in ordinary reality. Working closely with nature and the elemental forces is also a very important aspect of the Shaman's role.

63. Asian Shamanism
Asian shamanism. (Emphasizing Laos and Hmong shamanism). A shaman is a ritual orreligious specialist who is believed Pro s and Con s of Hmong shamanism
Asian Shamanism
(Emphasizing Laos and Hmong Shamanism) Pro's and Con's of Hmong Shamanism The Spirits, Soul, and Ceremonies Links for more info on Shamanism Foundation for Shamanic Studies What is Shamanism FAQ Shamanism General Overview return to syllabus

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HEREDITARY TRANSMISSION IN SIBERIAN shamanism AND THE CONCEPT OF THE One canfind corresponding motifs in Nganasan shamanism as well as in Tuvinian one.
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However, it is not enough to merely recognize the places and beings of supernatural world. To gain full control over the vision, it must be described in words - to sing or retell it. For singing or retelling one's experiences means giving a more traditional form to an individual experience. Individuals who are acquainted since early childhood with shamanic tradition have naturally more necessary knowledge for expressing in words their visions than other people. It is during the initiation period that the devotee acquires most of his songs - descriptions of helping spirits and journeys. A son often applies the melodies of his father's or grandfather's shaman songs.
An active traditionary control over shaman visions continues after the initiation period is over. In case of an experienced shaman, this is expressed by guessing or so-called 'quest for the right path' taking place during rituals. With the help of such guessing untypical or inappropriate elements are eliminated from the shaman actions. Advice sought by the shamans from people who have a good knowledge of the tradition in a difficult situation is also a part of the traditionary control. Often, an experienced shaman has to continue recognizing and naming objects and beings of the supernatural world during the rites. For example, Tubyaku Kosterkin, a Nganasan shaman, had three helping spirits called

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67. Disappearing Nganasan Shamanism
DISAPPEARING NGANASAN shamanism. Demnime Kosterkin is shamanising in his tentnear UstAvam village. On the rapidly ending day of shamanism and idols
Demnime was perhaps the last Nganasan shaman who held traditional way of living in tundra. Photo (72K) by A. Lintrop 1977.
Demnime took one of his grandsons away from village. He wished to make a shaman from the boy, but died too soon. Photos (44 and 52K) by A. Lintrop 1977.
In villages with mixed population Nganasan children got out of the way of traditional life style, folklore, mother language and shamanism. Photos (85, 45 and 65K) by A. Lintrop 1977.
In the end of 1980's the son of Demnime Dulsymyaku made a shaman costume and drum for himself and began to appear in the role of shaman. In spite of the fact he asserted in 1989 that he is not a shaman. "Father never wanted me to become a shaman," he said. "He never taught me even though I helped him all the time. He taught Igor, but he was too young. Now I can only perform some father's songs I still remember." Photo (61K) by T. Ojamaa 1990.
Daughters of Demnime who live in village also know some father's incantations. Photo (54K) by A. Lintrop 1989.
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shamanism in Korea. by Lee Chang Sun Korea, like other Asian people, maintainancient traditions However, shamanism has been kept very alive in Korea.
Shamanism in Korea
by Lee Chang Sun
Korea, like other Asian people, maintain ancient traditions such as KUT, exorcising ceremonies, which resemble those of the Nothern American medicine man or African witch doctor. These practices have not been fully institutionalized into a religion in the way Shintoism has been in Japen. However, shamanism has been kept very alive in Korea.
Korean shamans can be roughly divided into two types: possessed, or charismatic shamans and hereditary shamans. The former, called NAERIM MUDANG, are typically found in the northern half of the Korean peninsula. After suffering from SINBYONG, an illness which is generally interpreted as a sign of a shamistic calling, a potential NAERIM MUDANG apprentices herself to an established shaman from she acquires the knowledge and skills appropriate to her new occupation. The two Woman establish a 'spirit mother'-'spirit daughter' relationship, the spirit mother later conducting the initiation rite which transforms her apprentice into a full-fledged shaman. In the course of their rites, these shamans not only become possessed and experience ecstatic trance states themselves but may also induce their clients to do the same. The hereditary shamans, called TANGOL MUDANG, are found in the southern half of the Korean peninsula. They are recruited not through possession sickness but simply by being born into a shaman's family. Though this type of shaman does not undergo trance possessed and herself, she may cause of a rite.

69. Spotlight Ministries
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70. Korean History:: A Bibliography :::::: [RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY - Shamanism]
A list of academic writings on the subject. Part of the Korean History Bibliography.
Korean History: A Bibliography
Compiled by Kenneth R. Robinson
Maintained by The Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawai`i
Korean History: A Bibliography
Religion and Philosophy: Shamanism

Chang, Chu-kun. "A Correlation of the Ancient Religions of Japan and Korea." In Yu Chai-shin and R. Guisso, eds. Shamanism: The Spirit World of Korea . Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1988. Cho, Hung-yoon. "Problems in the Study of Korean Shamanism." In M. Hoppal, ed. Shamanism in Eurasia, volume 2 . Gottingen: Herodot, XXX-XXX. Cho, Hung-yoon. "Problems in the Study of Korean Shamanism." Korea Journal 25:5 (May 1985): 18-30. Kendall, Laurel and Griffin Dix, eds.

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Broadranging overview by Iona Miller, touching on archetypes, NDEs, drugs, trances, TMS, and shamanism.
The Emerging Science of Neurotheology Iona Miller , Asklepia Foundation, 2003 Albert Einstein
The Great Unknown Imagine one of our ancient ancestors, suddenly stricken by illness or a near-fatal accident. Hovering near the brink of death, an ordinary person suddenly finds him or herself locked in an immersive visionary experience of shadowy figures, muted voices and blinding luminescence. The brain is hard-wired for mystical experiences to modify the threat of our hostile existential reality (Alper). Metaphysical explanations developed for the essentially unknowable, for sudden and irresistible seizures of ecstasy. Some of these accounts were more sophisticated than others depending on their cultural background, but all shared a common core by defining the mystery of the relationship between mankind and the Unknown. It might be called a peak experience, spirit possession, epiphany, religious rapture, nirvana, satori, shaktiput, clear light, or illumination. The difference is only one of degrees of absorption, of fulfillment. The god-experience is a process, a subjective perception, rather than an objectively provable reality. Distractions cease, replaced by the direct impact of oceanic expansion, sudden insight, childlike wonder, ecstatic exaltation above bodily and personal existence, dissolution in a timeless moment, fusion, gnosis.

76. Religious Movements Homepage: Shamanism
shamanism is an ecstatic religious complex of particular and fixed elements New Religious Movements documents the influence that shamanism has had on
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I. Group Profile
  • Name :Shamanism
  • Founder : No individual founder/ Discoverer: Marco Polo and other travelers in Siberia.
  • Date of Birth : As early as the beginning of the New World. 1950
  • Birth Place : Siberia and Central Asia.
  • Year Founded : unknown
  • Sacred or Revered Texts No text, rather knowledge is gained by the individual through experience
  • Cult or Sect
    Negative sentiments are typically implied when the concepts "cult" and "sect" are employed in popular discourse. Since the Religious Movements Homepage seeks to promote religious tolerance and appreciation of the positive benefits of pluralism and religious diversity in human cultures, we encourage the use of alternative concepts that do not carry implicit negative stereotypes. For a more detailed discussion of both scholarly and popular usage of the concepts "cult" and "sect," please visit our Conceptualizing "Cult" and "Sect" page, where you will find additional links to related issues.
  • Size of Group :Shamanism is not a traditionally organized group with a charismatic leader. It's an individualistic religion, therefore, number approximations are extremely difficult to produce
  • 77. Spirit Dove University Of Healing Arts And Psychic Stdies
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    78. Shamanism
    shamanism Among the Peoples of Western and Eastern Siberia. Karina SolovyovaRussian Museum of Ethnography. Koryak group with a drum, 1915.
    Shamanism Among the Peoples of Western and Eastern Siberia
    Karina Solovyova Russian Museum of Ethnography Koryak group with a drum, 1915. S hamans played an important role in the lives of their tribal members and were protectors and intermediaries between humans and spirits. The training and development of future shamans required several years. As soon as the clan acknowledged a candidate for shaman and the candidate's right to be a shaman, the ritual of consecration occurred. Ritual actions were also obligatory when the shaman received each special object. The baton was one of the major shamanic ritual artifacts for the Evenks, Sel'kups, Nenets, and Kets, and it had many symbolic functions. It was used as a striking instrument, and it also represented a special spirit helper of the shaman for the Evenks and Kets. It was also pogonyalka ghis , literally means "talking" or the "object for telling the future," and this emphasized another function. The Evenks used the baton to forecast the future regarding the offspring of the reindeer herd or the loss and the fate of people. The shaman threw the baton towards the interested person, and the future was determined by how it would fall. Some batons of Sel'kup shamans had a cavity with stones inside and were used as rattles instead of as drumsticks. The Sel'kups also used the baton to cure the sick. By touching the place of pain with the baton, the shaman extracted the cause of the disease (the evil spirit), or he or she placed the sought-after soul of the sick person on the end of the handle and then back into the person.

    79. Life Consulting - Personal Growth And Spiritual Mentoring
    Offers courses in basic shamanism, animal totems, herbs, medicine wheels, and sacred ceremonies. Also advice and counseling.
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    Life consulting is a mentoring program for adults that can assist with personal growth and spiritual well being. I am honored to walk with you for a time. I encourage you to step stronger on your path and look deeper into self as you continue on the road of enlightenment. A spiritual mentor is an ordinary person willing to enter a guiding relationship with another individual with the purpose of exploring the inner self and living a more spirituality enhanced life. The mentor's main focus is on ways to support the individual experiences of the client. Mentors can offer expanded awareness through study and techniques such as journal keeping, meditation, shamanic journey, dream interpretation, and personal growth courses and individual teachings. Perhaps you have awakened to new things in life and are more aware of the sacred around you. This can create a thirst to understand the spiritual nature of the experiences you are having. It also can bring about a need for deeper communication between yourself and Spirit/God. Whether you are new to the path or an experienced traveler, spiritual mentoring can help you find the focus you need to walk in balance. Spirit And Sky
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    Spiritual system of healing based on the integration of shamanism and experiential astrology with western and mediterranean mystery traditions. It features the work of author and shamanic facilitaror Franco Santoro.
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