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- adj. Of or relating to a shaman or to shamanism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to Shamanism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Shamans or Shamanism.
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In the context of soul healing, Winkelman is referring to the theatre of ritual and what we call the shamanic narrative.
Studies and personal experiences in shamanic practices have brought me further into a place of peace around understanding our souls, the nature of an afterlife and the return to earth again.
The word shamanic, being associated with pawo and nenjom, is likely to be misunderstood in Bhutan without a couple of examples.
Pamela's jewelry resonates with a kind of shamanic thinking that drives her to spend the majority of her time "uncontrollably" making it.
Don Juan, the shamanic teacher of Carlos Castaneda, expressed the Spider Woman world view when he described the silver filaments that extend from everyone's solar plexus and reach out to join the silver filaments of everyone else's cord, creating a vibrant living web of connection.
Huichol shamanic art The influence of shamanic visions on Huichol art by Dr. Thomas Pinkson
Edwin Torres, barefoot, transcended through his alchemical transmutation of the opposites in his new chapbook YesThing NoThing, demonstrating, once and for all, that he is the authentic heir to Tambellini, the poet as a shamanic wordsmith transversing between worlds to propel humanity into the future through the image...
Sandra teaches workshops internationally on shamanic journeying, healing and reversing environmental pollution using spiritual methods.
But Linder, with her single and singular name and her unsettled sense of what "Linderland" a later imagined rubric in which to corral her disparate activities might contain, has been many artists: photomonteur indebted to Modernism, musical conduit from 1970s feminism to art-inflected post-punk, collaborator and adviser, too often dismissed as "muse", for others such as Morrissey and Magazine vocalist Howard Devoto, latterly contriver and often star of shamanic and gruelling gallery performances.
Eventually, I realized that my adoration of the Wise Woman archetype was born of a lack of spiritual and shamanic mentor, but also of a lack of a connection to the Sacred Feminine in my mundane life.