The Shamans of Rock & Roll

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The Real Magic Behind the Music - A Documentary Feature

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Shamans versus Priests

[...] shamans. While the shaman plays a priest-like role, there are differences between the two. The post Shamans versus Priests appeared first on The Shamans of Rock & Roll. [...]

You Might Say I’m A Dreamer. . .

[...] person becomes a shaman is that from an early age they are dreamers who have out-of-the-ordinary perceptions. The post You Might Say I’m A Dreamer. . . appeared first on The Shamans of [...]

What is a Shaman?

[...] ” comes to us from the language of the Evenk, a Tungus-speaking group of hunters and reindeer herders in Siberia – and it refers to a person (male or female) who makes journeys to non- [...]

Can you choose to become a Shaman?

[...] According to the shamanistic worldview – the universe has three levels – an Upperworld, Middleworld, and an Underworld – and it’s [...]

My Introduction to Shamanism

[...] as a teenager. Cap­ti­vated by the stories of his encounters with Don Juan Matus, The post My Introduction to Shamanism appeared first on The Shamans of Rock & Roll. [...]

David Bowie – Shaman’s Apprentice

[...] Like a true shaman candidate, David Bowie experienced suffering, trauma, and alienation in his early life. By [...]

Dylan’s Epic Shaman Songs

Although much of the rock & roll in the early 1960's focused on adolescent themes with relatively simple lyrics and melodies - Bob Dylan changed a [...]

David Bowie – Shaman’s Apprentice

Like a true shaman candidate, David Bowie experienced suffering, trauma, and alienation in his early life. By withstanding these trials, he built the [...]

My Introduction to Shamanism

Looking back, I can see that my inter­est in shaman­ism began while read­ing Carlos Cas­taneda as a teenager. Cap­ti­vated by the stories of his [...]

What is a Shaman?

[...] ” originated in Siberia, the practice of shamanism exists throughout the world. In their trances shamans are able to communicate with the spirit world – and they serve as mediators between [...]

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Shamans versus Priests

[...] shamans. While the shaman plays a priest-like role, there are differences between the two. The post Shamans versus Priests appeared first on The Shamans of Rock & Roll. [...]

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