Dreaming Wide Awake: Lucid Dreaming, Shamanic Healing, and Psychedelics
A detailed guide to mastering lucid dreaming for physical and emotional healing, enhanced creativity, and spiritual awakening. Offers methods to improve lucid dreaming abilities and techniques for developing superpowers in the dream realm. Explains how to enhance dreaming with supplements, herbs, and psychedelics. Explores the ability of lucid dreamers to communicate with the waking realm and the potential for shared lucid dreaming and access to our unconscious minds
Psychedelic Marine: A Transformational Journey from Afghanistan to the Amazon
A vivid portrait of both the traumas of war and the shamanic healing ceremonies of ayahuasca. Explains how our culture lacks rites of passage and how shamanic ritual can fill this gap. Reveals how ayahuasca frees your consciousness from inherited beliefs, fears, and traumatic experience, allowing healing from PTSD, alcoholism, and addiction. Details the author’s experiences in Afghanistan, sailing on the Amazon river with a shaman, and the many ayahuasca ceremonies he experienced in the jungle
The Norse Shaman: Ancient Spiritual Practices of the Northern Tradition
“According to Norse mythology, whoever drinks from the Mead of Poetry will gain the abilities of a scholar-poet and be able to solve any riddle or problem presented to them. With this beautifully written and powerfully instructive book, Evelyn Rysdyk has popped the cork on this precious elixir and is offering us a taste of the wisdom to be found in the teachings of northern European shamanism.” (Hillary S. Webb, author of Exploring Shamanism and Traveling between the Worlds: Conversations with)
Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy
First published in 1951, Shamanism soon became the standard work in the study of this mysterious and fascinating phenomenon. Writing as the founder of the modern study of the history of religion, Romanian émigré--scholar Mircea Eliade (1907-1986) surveys the practice of Shamanism over two and a half millennia of human history, moving from the Shamanic traditions of Siberia and Central Asia--where Shamanism was first observed--to North and South America, Indonesia, Tibet, China, and beyond. In this authoritative survey, Eliade illuminates the magico-religious life of societies that give primacy of place to the figure of the Shaman--at once magician and medicine man, healer and miracle-doer, priest, mystic, and poet. Synthesizing the approaches of psychology, sociology, and ethnology, Shamanism will remain for years to come the reference book of choice for those intrigued by this practice.
The Woman in the Shaman's Body: Reclaiming the Feminine in Religion and Medicine
A distinguished anthropologist–who is also an initiated shaman–reveals the long-hidden female roots of the world’s oldest form of religion and medicine. Here is a fascinating expedition into this ancient tradition, from its prehistoric beginnings to the work of women shamans across the globe today.