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Shaman’s Path: Healing, Personal Growth, Empowerment

Doore, Gary (Ed.).

 The editor and compiler of this book edits Yoga Journal. The work consists of 19 contributions written specifically for this volume by leaders of the neo-shamanism movement: Jeanne Achterberg, Doore himself, Larry Dossey, Brook Medicine Eagle, Felicitas D. Goodman, Stanislav Grof, Joan Halifax, Michael Harner, Ake Hultkrantz, Serge King, Jurgen W. Kremer, Stanley Krippner, Frank Lawlis, Jacques Lemoine, Lewis E. Mehl, Rowena Pattee, Jim Swan, and Joan B. Townsend. Doore writes: "The book is addressed to many different kinds of readers, both to those whose interests are theoretical as well as to those who wish to learn more about practical `core’ shamanism as a tool for healing and personal growth" (p. 2). Part I, "Shamans and Neo-Shamans," consists of seven essays about shamans and their world. The second part contains seven contributions on shamanic healing. The final part consists of five essays on personal growth and shamanism.
Publisher Information:Boston: Shambhala, 1988. 236p. Chapter notes; Index: 227-236
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