Shamanism in the New Millennium featuring David H. Milgram and others
Shamanism in the New Millennium is an exploration of shamanism through the stories of sixteen individuals revealing how a person is called by Spirit (often reluctantly) to become a shaman/healer, what that journey looks like from multiple perspectives and traditions, what becoming a shaman/healer entails, and how that journey is transforming in the face of rapid cultural changes, loss of traditions, loss of ecosystems, and the loss of interest in "the old ways." Authors: Beáta Alföldi, Simon Buxton, Wayne D. Carter, Robin Cathleen Coale, Joel Crandall, Jan Engels-Smith, Gogo Ekhaya Esima, Rebecca Haywood, Alan Leon, David H. Milgram D.C., Lori Morrison, Rossana Nascimento, Karen Sailer, José Luis Stevens Ph.D. Tatyana Rae von Knobelsdorff, Elizabeth Walsh. (2018, 262 pages)
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