3 edition of Trance, initiation & psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism found in the catalog.
Trance, initiation & psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Trance, initiation and psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism, Nepalese Shamanism|
|Statement||Larry G. Peters.|
|LC Classifications||BL2370.S5 P38 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||412 p. :|
|Number of Pages||412|
|LC Control Number||2003323997|
Circle Network book review: Tibetan Shamanism - Ecstasy and Healing by Larry Peters PhD published by North Atlantic Books. Paperback pages £ Kindle £ Author website: I recommend this as reading for anyone who has a serious interest in shamanism in general whether they be a beginner or not. Including photographs of the shamans in ecstatic ritual and trance, this book—one of the most extensive ethnographic works ever done on Tibetan shamanism—captures the end of Tibetan shamanism while opening a window onto the culture and traditions that survived centuries of attack in Tibet, only to die out in Nepal.
My next account of shamanic initiation, also full of similarities to the previous ones, is set in Nepal some six thousand miles away from northern Alaska, among stone huts straddling the mountain slopes of the Himalayas. The religion here is Shamanism and Animism, with a . Shamanism Courses, Circle and Ceremony. Online Course: The Journey of Initiation (all levels) Online webinar c ourse: The Path of the Eagle:walking the shamanic journey. Shamanic Circle (all levels): The Way of the Drum Shamanic Circle – Monday Evenings .
Robert Walsh covers such topics as the shaman’s initiation, accessing the spirit world, healing, psychedelic drugs, and New Age adaptations. He explores such questions as. whether shamanic initiation and trance states are psychotic or schizophrenic, the difference between trance states and mental illness; and. Tantrism and Shamanism, Trance Dance, Trance, Shamanic, Transformation, Transvestism in Shamanism, Trees, U Urban Shamanism, V Visions and Imagery: Western Perspectives, W Witchcraft and Sorcery in Shamanism, NORTH AMERICA, American Indian Medicine Societies, Choctaw Shamanism, Ghost Dance and.
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About the Author Dr. Larry G. Peters is an internationally acclaimed scholar and an initiated shaman. Result of lifetime's researches in the Himalayas, Trance is a meticulous study exploring the hidden terrains of Tamang and Tibetan Shamanism.
An exquisite fusion of creative writing and anthropological research, the book evaluates the relevance of shamanic practices in a modern-day Nepal. Trance, Initiation and Psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism [Peters, Larry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Larry Peters. Nirala Publications, Trance, Initiation & Psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism: Essays on Tamang and Tibetan Shamanism. Get this from a library. Trance, initiation & psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism: essays on Tamang and Tibetan Shamanism.
[Larry Peters]. Looking for books by Larry G. Peters. See all books authored by Larry G. Peters, including Trance, Initiation and Psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism, and Ecstasy and Healing in Nepal: An Ethnopsychiatric Study of Tamang Shamanism, and more on trance, initiation, and psychotherapy in Tamang shamanism LARRY G.
PETERS-University of California, Los Angeles The Tamang are the largest ethnic group in Nepal, numbering aboutThey speak a Tibeto-Burmese language and reside.
trance, initiation, and psychotherapy in Tamang shamanism Article in American Ethnologist 9(1) - 46 October with 50 Reads How we Trance 'reads'. Abby Wynne explores the links between the modern practice of Psychotherapy and the ancient practices of Shamanism.
I recently got an email describing a new therapy. It stated: “This therapy is a mind/body, psychospiritual, energetic, consciousness-based framework for healing and transformation, incorporating Psychodynamic Therapy, Eastern medicine, Archetypal/Depth Psychology.
In Nepal, shamanism is the traditional religion of many ethnic groups in the eastern and western hills. Hinduism and Buddhism have been greatly influenced by shamanistic traditions.
Called jhankris or dhamis, Nepali shamans wear a peacock feather headdress and carry a double-sided drum. shamanic initiation among the indigenous peoples and I have experienced it myself. When I talk about shamanism at conferences and workshops, I am often asked what it means to be an authentically-initiated shamanic teacher, so allow me to offer some informal thoughts on what shamanic initiation.
Shamanism, hypnosis, imaginal psychotherapies, and meditation are based on the use of what we in the modern western world think of as non-ordinary human consciousness.
These four modalities have fundamental similarities and differences in purpose, theory, technique, type of alternative consciousness, and their application of non-ordinary reality.3/5(2). This journal publishes original articles in English on shamanism and neighboring fields as well as reviews of current books, brief accounts of work in progress and announcements of coming events.
Shaman's Drum: A Journal of Experiential Shamanism and Spiritual Healing, 1 (), Williams, Ore.: Cross-Cultural Shamanism Network. -Trance, Initiation and Psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism: Essays on Tamang and Tibetan Shamanism by Larry G.
Peters This book contains articles of the first-hand experience by the author with a focus on Aama Bombo, Buddhimaya, whom most of you know either by direct contact when you came to study with us in Nepal or through international. Shamanic apprenticeship includes the deliberate induction and mastery of trance states that originally afflicted the shaman.
Mastery is equivalent to a psychotherapy, and Tamang initiation involves techniques that are also found in its Western and Eastern (yoga) counterparts. However, it is distinct from both in its social and psychological goals.
Gabrielle Roth (February 4, – Octo ) was an American dancer and musician in the world music and trance dance genres, with a special interest in created the 5Rhythms approach to movement in the late s; there are now hundreds of 5Rhythms teachers worldwide who use her approach in their work. Roth worked at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health and at the.
Evelyn C. Rysdyk is an internationally recognized shamanic healer, teacher, speaker, and author of Spirit Walking: A Course in Shamanic Power, Modern Shamanic Living, and A Spirit Walker’s Guide to Shamanic is a founding member of the Society for Shamanic Practitioners and a presenter for international events such as the Shamanism Global Summit and the Year of Reviews: -Geroge Eliot-Middlemarch -Trance, Initiation and Psychotherapy in Nepalese Shamanism: Essays on Tamang and Tibetan Shamanism by Larry G.
Peters This book contains articles of the first-hand experience by the author with a focus on Aama Bombo, Buddhimaya, whom most of you know either by direct contact when you came to study with us in Nepal or. The initiation of the shaman, depending on the belief system, may happen on a transcendent level or on a realistic level—or sometimes on both, one after the other.
While the candidate lies as if dead, in a trance state, the body is cut into pieces by the spirits of the Yonder World or is submitted to a similar trial. This, in a way, shows the shaman what it’s like to leave the body and will make it less likely that they will be alarmed when the time comes to leave the body at will for purpose of shamanic healing.
In order to induce a shamanic journey, the shaman must first enter a ‘trance-like’ state. A nonprofit educational organization founded by Michael Harner, FSS offers the Way of the Shaman Basic Workshop, Advanced Shamanic Training, Books, CDs and DVDs on shamanism and shamanic healing.
The mission of FSS is to study, teach and preserve shamanism worldwide. Houran J, Lange R, Crist-Houran M. (). An assessment of contextual mediation in trance states of shamanic journeys.
Percept Mot Skills. 85(1) ; Low JF. ().Religious orientation and pain management. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 51(3) ; Maskarinec GG. (). A Shamanic etiology of affliction from western Nepal.Derived from a Siberian term, Shamanism has come to define any healer that believes he heals by manipulating the power of spirits using a trance technique.
The term can be useful because it describes a social position common to many cultures across the world, from Asia to Africa to the Americas.Shamanism is a religious practice that involves a practitioner, a shaman, who is believed to interact with a spirit world through altered states of consciousness, such as trance.
  The goal of this is usually to direct these spirits or spiritual energies into the physical world, for healing or some other purpose.