Shamanism for Everyone

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Whitford Press, 1988 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 211 pages
Throughout history, the shaman has been an important figure in many cultures, including most Native American tribes, the Ainu of Japan, The Northern Aranda of Australia, and much of pre-Roman Europe. The shaman state is one involving special insight and magical powers. In Shamanism for Everyone, Gini Graham Scott shows you how to gain shamanistic wisdom safely and easily, and how to use it in your daily life. Her techniques include rituals, "seeing" into other realities, working with the forces of nature, mental projection, and much more.

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Gini Graham Scott, PhD, is a nationally known writer, consultant, speaker, and workshop leader, specializing in business and work relationships and professional and personal development. She is the founder of Changemakers Publishing and Writing, has published over fifty books on diverse subjects, and has received national media exposure for her books. Visit her online at and

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