The indigenous practice of shamanism has been under siege for as long as Western European societies have practiced colonialism and Christian missionary work.  But increasingly, shaman-centered cultures are respected for values of community, environmental consciousness, and first-hand spiritual experience.  What is not widely known is that Western civilization itself, beneath layers of Christianity and industrialism, stands upon its own shamanic foundation.


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