American Shaman: An Odyssey of Global Healing Traditions
In addition to telling the story of Bradford Keeney, the first non-African to be inducted as a shaman in both the Kung Bushman and Zulu cultures, the authors present applications of indigenous shamanistic concepts to the practice of helping and healing.
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The Zulu Conflict
Dancing under the Stars
What It Means to Be a Shaman
The Psychiatrist Wanted to Be a Priest the Psychologist Wanted to Be a Shaman
Healing through Touch
The Circles of Life
Shamanic Concepts Applied to Helping and Healing
Who Is Not in the Room?
Evoking the Sacred
Therapeutic Tasks and Ordeals
Paradox and Duality
Love over Power
Shamanic Principles Applied to Everyday Life
The Value of Play
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