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Shamanic Transformation Meditation
To generate more Energy (lots of it!) and to transform and balance our energetic flows
For an explanation, read the INTRODUCTION TO SHAMANIC TRANSFORMATION MEDITATION below.
Also, perhaps watch the video commentary at the bottom of this page:
What is a Shaman?
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to Shamanic Transformation Meditation
2. All of the shaman’s Vibratory Knowingness of how and when (“Energetic Know-How”) to apply those Energetic Abilities.
3. All of the shaman’s Energetic Intensity (“Energy”) is available for the recipient’s applying of the shaman’s Energetic Abilities for self-Transformation/self-healing.
WHAT IS A SHAMAN? – video commentary
“Techniques of ecstasy” is how Mircea Eliade defined “shamanism” in his book entitled Shamanism, first published in English in 1964 (in French in 1951).
I found such a definition to be really inaccurate and inadequate relative to my experience with Native American medicinepeople (shamans). The video commentary below presents my definition/characterization of a “shaman.” Focusing on the “unseen” energetic abilities of a shaman, I downplay the external behavior, especially as it is expressed in ceremonies.
In this commentary I suggest Carlos Castaneda was not a shaman though a good fictional writer. I also examine the popular form of contemporary shamanism known as journeying.