The Nature of Shamanism

Publisher : SUNY Press

ISBN-13 : 9780791413852

Page : 289 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 852 voters

Ripinsky-Naxon explores the core and essence of shamanism by looking at its ritual, mythology, symbolism, and the dynamics of its cultural process. In dealing with the basic elements of shamanism, the author discusses the shamanistic experience and enlightenment, the inner personal crisis, and the many aspects entailed in the role of the shaman.

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