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The Shaman Warrior: An Investigation of a Group Practicing Shamanism
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595433782, Paperback)THE SHAMAN WARRIOR is a classic book of magic and psychic exploration, much like the series of books by Carlos Castaneda and by Lynn Andrews. The author, a sociologist/anthropologist, first met Michael Fairwell, the shaman teacher she studied with, at a magical encampment, and much of Shaman Warrior consists of her descriptions of expeditions into the wilderness to work with Michael and other members of the group in contacting and communicating with the forces of nature. But she also highlights Michael’s teachings of the principles of the shaman warrior way, provided in a series of ten lessons by Michael. These cover such topics as “seeing” into other realities, directing and stepping into dreams, projecting one’s consciousness into other places and the future, getting in touch with one’s inner voice, meeting one’s ally, and working with trance, channeling, and ritual. Author Gini Graham Scott additionally sparks up the book with some of the interpersonal dynamics going on in the group of students she studied with. “Finally, a book which brings Shamanism to ALL people, women as well as men. Long overdue. A great work.”—Susan B. White, Cyber-Shaman “Dr. Scott’s book is an excellent text in teaching us that every man and every woman is a Star and that each of us has a right to practice our own Magick.”—Christopher S. Hyatt, PhD, Magical Blend “Shaman Warrior is an intriguing breakthrough book in the field of magic and psychic exploration, much like the series of books by Carlos Castaneda and by Lynn Andrews … The book is definitely an exciting read, and one can see Scott taking her place soon besides Castaneda, Andrews, and others who have been reporting on their continuing experience with modern shamans.”—Frances Ling, Magical Blend
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