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The Vietnamese spirit medium dances in a trance, attacking invisible enemies with a sword as drums beat, musicians chant, and dozens of curious onlookers watch in amazement.

Shamanic Dance Dance is a tool used by shamans to embody spirit, either their own spirit (empowerment) or that of their helping spirits (embodiment). Shamanic dances are choreographed and inherited in.

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jesus-slippers: “ The Tuvans are a Turkic ethnic group living in southern Siberia. Alongside Tibetan Buddhism, Tuvans practice a traditional form of Tengrism - a religion based in shamanism, animism,.

Sangoma fine-art-print traditional healer, cape town, townships, Peter Frank, photographer, Zulu, African Shamanism | Peter Frank Gallery | %description%

Sangoma fine-art-print traditional healer, cape town, townships, Peter Frank, photographer, Zulu, African Shamanism | Peter Frank Gallery | %description%

Magar Jankiri Shamon, western Nepal .

Even though Shaman Magar Jankiri is a man, everything about his clothing, the bells, the headdress is that of a woman shaman. Someday the women of Nepal shall be shamans again.

Naxi Shaman, China ~ by Ken Chee

Naxi Shaman, (Dongba) China, If you care about Tibet and preserve conscious cultures that won't harm the planet, sign this petition

Tuvan shaman Khuurak Kyrgys standing in front of the shaman's clinic   Düngür in the city of Kyzyl in 1996; photo by Kira Van Deusen

Tuvan shaman Khuurak Kyrgys standing in front of the shaman's clinic Düngür in the city of Kyzyl in photo by Kira Van Deusen

Siberian Shaman A shaman is an intermediary between this world and the spirit world. They act on behalf of the community conducting ceremonial rituals, healing the people, and helping to guide others on the shamanic path. A shaman’s life belongs to the village and it is their responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of the family, the community and all of creation.

Siberian Shaman - The word "shaman" probably originates from the Tungusic Evenki language of North Asia, specifically for the spirit-workers in these cultures.

The Healing Mesa A World of Healing: The Mesa in Peruvian Shamanism by Rachel E. Mann, PhD / Shaman Portal

The Healing Mesa A World of Healing: The Mesa in Peruvian Shamanism by Rachel E…

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