(1261) Sue aus Asia schrieb am 11. Aug 20, 17:03
Shamans work in voluntary, delighted hypnotic trance states, which modify their consciousness to take a trip to the realms of the invisible worlds.
Their capability to acquire details and make changes in the invisible worlds depends on the working relationships they develop with spirits there. In this sense, shamanism is a relationship-based practice of making changes in unnoticeable realms to effect healing, of individuals or neighborhoods, in the realm of common reality.
For some individuals, such shamanic practice belongs to their dominant culture, for others it is straight inconsistent. Some people are intuitively assisted to seek help from a modern shaman, frequently when other alternatives have been exhausted, without even understanding what a shaman is or how they work.
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