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Dreamtime & Inner Space

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Holger Kalweit has collected the first-person accounts of tribal shamans from Africa, Australia, Asia, Siberia, and the Americas.

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Out-of-body journeys, spirit weddings, the use of sacred drugs, descent to the underworld, healing crystals, and acquiring animal allies are just some of the experiences surveyed. How a person becomes a shaman and what psychic stages of development he or she passes through are also discussed.

By drawing parallels with the findings of modern research into altered states of consciousness, the author demonstrates that shamans are important "astronauts of inner space" who have valuable knowledge to contribute to our understanding of the universe and of our human potential.

Author Kalweit, Holger
Book Type Trade Paperback
Page Count 297 pp.
Publisher Shambhala Publications 1988
Browse these categories as well: Indigenous Shamanism and Anthropology, Neoshamanism and Entheogenic Healing, Metaphysics, Mysticism and Initiation

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