Inge-Heinze, Ruth - 20th Century Shamanism
Singles Collection • 27m
Shamanistic practices may be of value for individuals seeking personal growth and self-realization. The late Ruth-Inge Heinze, Ph.D., was author of Trance and Healing in Southeast Asia Today and Shamans of the Twentieth Century. Here she describes shamans as experts in the use of altered states of consciousness and sacred rituals for the service of their communities.
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