An Encyclopedia of Shamanism Volume 2 (Paperback)

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Jun 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 368 pages
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Shamanism can be defined as the practice of initiated shamans who are distinguished by their mastery of a range of altered states of consciousness. Shamanism arises from the actions the shaman takes in non-ordinary reality and the results of those actions in ordinary reality. It is not a religion, yet it demands spiritual discipline and personal sacrifice from the mature shaman who seeks the highest stages of mystical development.
 

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Contents

Section 1
334
Section 2
345
Section 3
358
Section 4
536
Section 5
555
Section 6
566
Section 7
567
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Pratt is an assistant professor of social work and gender studies at Dominican College of Blauvelt.

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