Shamans of the World: Extraordinary First-Person Accounts of Healings, Mysteries, and Miracles

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ReadHowYouWant.com, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 448 pages
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What would you see if you could view the world through the eyes of a Din healer, a Zulu High Sanusi, or a Shaker from St. Vincent Island? The answer can be found in Shamans of the World, an intimate encounter with traditional healers from nine unique indigenous cultures. Through mesmerizing first-hand accounts of miraculous transformation and healing, Shamans of the World transports you to the otherworldly reality of the shaman.
  

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User Review  - The Goon - Goodreads

I learned so much from this book! The Shamans interviewed were varied and diverse, and they each had interesting interpretations of similar concepts. It's fun to see how a difference in culture can ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Nancy Connor is the founder of Ringing Rocks Foundation, an organization dedicated to the documentation and conservation of healing practices and spiritual traditions. She is the co-editor of Ringing Rocks Press.

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