Urban Shaman

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Atria Books, Nov 15, 1990 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 256 pages
The first practical guide to applying the ancient healing art of Hawaiian shamanism to our modern lives.

Uniquely suited for use in today's world, Hawaiian shamanism follows the way of the adventurer, which produces change through love and cooperation—in contrast to the widely known way of the warrior, which emphasizes solitary quests and conquest by power. Now, even if you can't get out into the wilderness or undertake a long apprenticeship with a shaman, you can learn to practice the art of shamanism.

You'll learn how to:
—Interpret and change your dreams
—Heal yourself, your relationships, and the environment
—Cast the shaman stones to foretell the future
—Design and perform powerful rituals
—Shapechange
—Make vision quests to other realities

And more.

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Contents

Tne Preparation
13
Hawaiian Skamanism
21
Heart Mind and Spirit
35
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About the author (1990)

Serge Kahili King, Ph.D. is the author of many works on Huna and Hawaiian shamanism, including Urban Shaman and Instant Healing. He has a doctorate in psychology and was trained in shamanism by the Kahili family of Kauai as well as by African and Mongolian shamans. Dr. King is the Executive Director of Aloha International, a non-profit, worldwide network of individuals who have dedicated themselves to making the world a better place.

As an author, Dr. King has published the world's largest selection of books and digital media on Huna, the Polynesian philosophy and practice of effective living, and on the spirit of Aloha, the attitude of love and peace for which the Hawaiian Islands are so famous. He also writes extensively on Hawaiian culture.

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