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Healing with Form, Energy and Light: The Five Elements in Tibetan Shamanism, Tantra and Dzogchen

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Joan Halifax, ed. Shamanic Voices: A Survey of Visionary Narratives. 1979; reprint, New York and London: Penguin, 1991. ISBN 0-14-019348-0 Armin Geertz coined and introduced the hermeneutics, [121] or "ethnohermeneutics", [117] interpretation. Hoppál extended the term to include not only the interpretation of oral and written texts, but that of "visual texts as well (including motions, gestures and more complex rituals, and ceremonies performed, for instance, by shamans)". [122] Revealing the animistic views in shamanism, but also their relevance to the contemporary world, where ecological problems have validated paradigms of balance and protection. [119] Decline and revitalization and tradition-preserving movements [ edit ] a b c d Singh, Manvir (2018). "The cultural evolution of shamanism". Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 41: e66: 1–61. doi: 10.1017/S0140525X17001893. PMID 28679454. S2CID 206264885. Another difference between neoshamanism and traditional shamanism is the role of negative emotions such as fear and aggression. Traditional shamanic initiations often involved pain and fear, [21] while neoshamanic narratives tend to emphasize love over negative emotions. [1] And while traditional shamanic healing was often tempered with ideas of malevolence or chaos, neoshamanism has a psychotherapeutic focus that leads to a "happy ending." [1] Harner, who created the neoshamanic practice of Core Shamanism, goes so far as to argue that those who engage in negative practices are sorcerers, not shamans, although this distinction is not present in traditional societies. [10] The isolated location of Nganasan people allowed shamanism to be a living phenomenon among them even at the beginning of the 20th century, [135] the last notable Nganasan shaman's ceremonies were recorded on film in the 1970s. [136]

a b Viikberg, Jüri (2001). The Tofalars. ISBN 9985-9369-2-2. {{ cite book}}: |work= ignored ( help) Power Animal" redirects here. For an episode of the animated series Adventure Time, see Power Animal (episode). Silvia Tomášková, Wayward Shamans: the prehistory of an idea, University of California Press, 2013. ISBN 978-0-520-27532-4 Halifax, Joan (1982). Shaman: The Wounded Healer. London: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 978-0-500-81029-3. OCLC 8800269. Nov. 2022: Updated a few things, removed unnecessary export strings, removed a fire build embedded calculator to lessen clutter.Hoppál, Mihály (2006a). "Sámánok, kultúrák és kutatók az ezredfordulón". In Hoppál, Mihály; Szathmári, Botond; Takács, András (eds.). Sámánok és kultúrák. Budapest: Gondolat. pp.9–25. ISBN 978-963-9450-28-8. The chapter title means "Shamans, cultures and researchers in the millenary", the book title means "Shamans and cultures".

Wallis, Robert J. (2003). Shamans/Neo-Shamans: Ecstasies, Alternative Archaeologies and Contemporary Pagans. Routledge. p.51. ISBN 978-0415302036.Hajdú, Péter (1982) [1968]. Chrestomathia Samoiedica (in Hungarian) (Seconded.). Budapest: Tankönyvkiadó. ISBN 963-17-6601-2. Hoppál, Mihály (1975). "Az uráli népek hiedelemvilága és a samanizmus [The belief system of Uralic peoples and the shamanism]". In Hajdú, Péter (ed.). Uráli népek. Nyelvrokonaink kultúrája és hagyományai[ Uralic peoples / Culture and traditions of our linguistic relatives] (in Hungarian). Budapest: Corvina Kiadó. pp.211–233. ISBN 963-13-0900-2. Members of Native American communities have also objected to neoshamanic workshops, highlighting that shamanism plays an important role in native cultures, and calling those offering such workshops charlatans who are engaged in cultural appropriation. [30] a b c Mircea Eliade, Shamanism, Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy, Bollingen Series LXXVI, Princeton University Press 1972, pp. 3–7.

Oosten, Jarich; Laugrand, Frederic; Remie, Cornelius (2006). "Perceptions of Decline: Inuit Shamanism in the Canadian Arctic". Ethnohistory. 53 (3): 445–77. doi: 10.1215/00141801-2006-001. Andrei Znamenski, The Beauty of the Primitive: Shamanism and Western Imagination. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0-1951-7231-7

Lee, Jonghyun (May 2009). "Shamanism and Its Emancipatory Power for Korean Women". Affilia. 24 (2): 186–198. doi: 10.1177/0886109909331756. ISSN 0886-1099.

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