Shamanism Sites

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    Popular Shamanism Sites 

  1. Shamanic Ecstasy A general overview of shamanism plus newsgroup FAQs. Includes info on ayahuasca and other shamanic hallucinogens.
  2. The Foundation for Shamanic Studies Non profit educational organization founded by Michael Harner. Includes the Way of the Shaman Basic Workshop, Advanced Shamanic Training, Books, Videos and Tapes.
  3. Sacred Hoop Magazine List of contents of this UK magazine on Shamanism, Animism, native spirituality, earth wisdom and ecology, with some material online. Also shopping.
  4. Wolf Lodge Robert Ghost Wolf and Wolf Lodge present info, knowledge, healing, prophecy, enlightenment, Indigenous culture, truth and wisdom. Welcome to the Awakening: New Prophecies of a Shaman of the Metis People
  5. Path Of The Feather Teaches techniques of shamanic journeys and the use of spirit animals and medicine wheels.
  6. Dance of the Deer Foundation The mission of the Dance of the Deer Foundation Center for Shamanic Studies is to preserve the Huichol culture and its shamanic traditions and practices.

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Woody Allen... Why are our days numbered and not, say, lettered?

Excerpt from the book Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze:   "How difficult would it be to run tests to prove or disprove the validity of muscle testing? It would be easy. Just set up a test with a group of envelopes or containers where neither person knows the contents of any container. Then do the testing on each container or envelope. Devotees claim that decades ago double-blind experiments proved the validity of applied kinesiology and that proof is no longer necessary. However, if you examine the proffered evidence, the tests seem to have been run by those with a strongly vested interest in the results. Such is not a recipe for objectivity."   Continued here - free read.

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