Posts Categorized: Shamanic State of Consciousness

SHAMANIC DRUMMING MEDITATION

Posted by & filed under drumming meditation, focusing attention, meditation, Native American, Native American Spirituality, Shaman, Shamanic Journeys, Shamanic State of Consciousness, theta state.

Tweet Share Native Americans, and most indigenous peoples, have known for thousands of years that drumming is a powerful spiritual tool. Shamans use the repetitive sound of a drum to induce an altered state of consciousness. Focusing on drumbeat of 4-7 cycles per second continued for 15 minutes can shift the brain into the theta…
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PLANETARY HEALING: SPIRIT MEDICINE FOR GLOBAL TRANSFORMATION

Posted by & filed under altered states, BP, Joan Borysenko, Mark Hallert, Nicki Scully, Peace, Planetary Healing, psychedelic, sacraments, Shamanic Journeys, Shamanic State of Consciousness, Shamanism.

by Nicki Scully and Mark Hallert (Today’s PRIZE GIVEAWAY is a Copy of Planetary Healing. Leave a COMMENT to enter. See details below) Tweet Share   Andrew Cort’s Mini-Review: In Planetary Healing, Nicki Scully and Mark Hallert show us how to get beyond the feeling of being overwhelmed and helpless in the face of so many massive…
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Beyond Me, Beyond Reason, Beyond Belief

Posted by & filed under Beyond Belief, Beyond Me, Beyond Reason, Frank Huguenard, lost years of Jesus, meditation, Reincarnation, Shamanic State of Consciousness, spiritual movies.

Documentaries on Consciousness and Meditation by Frank Huguenard Beyond Me is the first in a trilogy of three documentaries on Consciousness and the Human Condition. In fifty-three minutes, it spans the Cosmos, Cellular Biology, Personality Disorders, Computer Science, Quantum Physics, Reincarnation, Evolution and Meditation in a way that ties them all together. Beyond Belief is…
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The Modern Shaman: Awakening From The Consensus Slumber Of Our Culture

Posted by & filed under altered states, Hank Wesselman, indigenous peoples, Shaman, Shamanic State of Consciousness, Shamanism.

By Hank Wesselman In the Western world, when we hear the word “shaman,” most of us tend to conjure up an image of a masked and costumed indigenous tribal person, dancing around a fire in the dark, involved in some sort of mysterious ritual, accompanied by singing and drum beats. But inside that cultural shell…
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