Shamanic Experience: A Practical Guide to Contemporary Shamanism

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Element, 1991 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 196 pages
In an age when much of the Earth's surface has already been explored, mankind's search has extended both outwards, beyond earth into outer space, and inwards to the non-physical realms that lie within ourselves. This inner space is the domain of the Shaman who knows that everything has life and that there is an invisible essence which links all that exists. Thus, through deep connection with nature and the more subtle levels of existence generally, the Shaman understands the correct place of all things - including himself. The shaman knows this information because he has experienced it for himself. We all have the potential to know and experience the inner realms. In this way we can discover our true purpose and find real happiness and fulfilment generally. This text explains practical contemporary shamanism and shows how to apply its principles and techniques to everyday life.

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Shamanic Experience A Practical Guide To Extra-Sensory Perception by Kenneth Meadows This wonderful how-to and it's accompanying Shamanic drumming CD was a real treat to review. I enjoyed how the ... Read full review

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This book is a fairly interesting work a general whole. The book gives various experiences beyond just describing things and practices. Some things in the book seemed a bit too New Age-like for my taste and not as much strictly about shamanism, but other then that it was a semi-decent book. Read full review


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