Neolithic Shamanism: Spirit Work in the Norse Tradition
A step-by-step guide to working with the spirits of ancient northern Europe. The book explains how to build relationships with Earth, Sun, Moon, Plants, Animals, Water, Fire, Craft, Air, and the Ancestors through 83 practical exercises. It explores the role of altered states in spirit work. And outlines the ancient cultural rules and taboos to avoid spiritual debt or offense.
Islands of Refuge: Adventures with a living kahuna
"Islands of Refuge is the stuff of legends.A confused teenager in big trouble over drugs, wanted by the FBI, goes on the lam and has just landed on Hawaii's Big Island when a car driven by an old man pulls over and offers him a ride. Daddy Bray, Hawaii's last great kahuna, tells Jeff that he has been waiting years for him to arrive. Over the next quarter century, [Munoz] remakes himself into a new kind of man..."
The Voice of Rolling Thunder: A Medicine Man's Wisdom for Walking the Red
Intertribal medicine man Rolling Thunder (1916-1997) was a healer, teacher, visionary, and activist. This book shares the teachings of Rolling Thunder in his own words and through inspiring interviews with psychologist Alberto Villoldo and other famous personalities who knew him. Collected and edited by his grandson Sidian Morning Star Jones and longtime friend Stanley Krippner, this book allows you to incorporate Rolling Thunder’s wisdom into your own life.
Shamanism and Spirituality in Therapeutic Practice: An Introduction
This book discloses how indigenous traditions can be adjusted to offer practitioners a highly effective repertoire of insights, psycho-spiritual approaches and therapeutic tools. The underlying concepts and world-views of indigenous and contemporary shamanism are explained and tied in with current developments in psychology and science.
Shamanic Trance in Modern Kabbalah
Bringing to light a hidden chapter in the history of modern Judaism, Shamanic Trance in Modern Kabbalah explores the shamanic dimensions of Jewish mysticism. Jonathan Garb integrates methods and models from the social sciences, comparative religion, and Jewish studies to offer a fresh view of the early modern kabbalists and their social and psychological contexts.