Shamanism

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25 Apr 2013 13:15 #104624 by MtnDave303
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I didnt really even think the local library would have this kind of stuff, good call! I requested three books, should be at the library starting tomorrow. Thank you so much for your help. I'll get back to you when I have more questions lol.

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25 Apr 2013 14:27 #104634 by Phortis Nespin
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Is it possible to create some sort of lesson plan or give us some starting direction? I would like to see these alternative programs become a new Forum area within the TOTJO website.

Reiki, Shamanism, and other therapies would make a excellent part of the study program for physical and mental healing just as becoming a clergy member is for spiritual healing.

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18 Sep 2013 17:22 #118756 by Lykeios Little Raven
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MtnDave303 wrote: Hey there everyone! I was interested in learning more about shamanism and wanted to see if anyone had any good suggestions? I have read "Psychedelic Shamanism", but that didn't really touch on it. Or atleast I didn't think so lol. I have watched a few movies on shamans that use the ayhuasca tea for healing. I also tried doing a google shearch, but there was a lot of places I had to pay to learn. So that has been the extent of my research.


There are many resources out there. Can't think of any specifics. Personally, I've found that the best way to learn about this sort of thing is through first-hand knowledge. Meditation and such and possibly the use of entheogens like ayahuasca (though that's hard to find outside South America unless its anahuasca)or shrooms can help for sure. Start simple and small to judge your reaction though. Good luck!

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