4.11 - 1251 ratings - Source

In a society riddled with rampant consumerism and unsustainable technology, it''s easy for everyone, including shamans, to lose touch with the natural world. James Endredy, who has learned from tribal shamans around the globe, presents a new philosophy of shamanic practice called ecological shamanism, or ecoshamanism. Designed to deliver well-being and spiritual harmony, ecoshamanism is the culmination of the visionary practices, rituals, and ceremonies that honor and support nature. Exploring the holistic perspective of shamanism, Endredy encourages readers to establish a rewarding connection with sacred, life-giving forces using shamanic tools and practices. The author describes more than fifty authentic ecoshamanistic practices-including ceremonies, rituals, chanting, hunting, pilgrimage, and making instruments-that reinforce one''s relationship with the natural world.Working with these materials gives the instruments an elementary form so basic that they inherently contrast with the modern tools and technology that we are accustomed to using. Within themselves, they create a primacy in the user andanbsp;...

Author:James Endredy
Publisher:Llewellyn Worldwide - 2005


You Must CONTINUE and create a free account to access unlimited downloads & streaming