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|Carlos Castaneda's Magical Passes|
The official Web site for the modernization of magical passes/movements taught to Carlos Castaneda by Don Juan Matus, a Mexican Indian Shaman.
|Dance of the Deer Foundation|
The Center for Shamanic Studies is dedicated to keeping the shamanic traditions of the Huichol Indians alive. Offers worldwide workshops, native arts and crafts, detailed book and video reviews.
|Foundation for Shamanic Studies|
Offers workshop and course schedules with descriptions and faculty information. History of the foundation, information on current research and programs, memberships, and detailed book reviews.
|Nierica: Shamanism and Shamanic Work of Dr. Tom Pinkson|
Dr.Tom Pinkson is a transpersonal psychologist working with children, adults and families facing life threatening illness. Includes background, information about work in shamanism, resources, and writings and articles about shamanism.
Articles and essays on sacred places, Kokopelli, how to play the Native American flute, divination, healing, and Bear Medicine. Includes slide shows, booklist, shamanic music and workshop information.
A thorough overview of Shamanism. Includes information on shamanistic practices all over the world, recommended booklists, definitions of terms and concepts.
|Shamanism: Working with Animal Spirits|
The characteristics and wisdom of over 300 animals, with photos. Forums, message boards and book lists for adults and children, with synopses.
|Flight of the Condor: Contemporary Shamanism|
An introduction to shamanism and information on trance techniques with articles on shamanic practices and rituals. Describes Enochian and Siberian shamanism. In English and Dutch.
|Four Winds Society|
A research and training institute in Inka Shamanism, builders of Machu Picchu. Offers information on workshops, and articles by shaman, medical anthropologist, psychologist, and author, Alberto Villoldo.
|Native Pathways Church|
Congregation devoted to contemporary shamanism. Offers free shaman programs and a calendar of events.
|Star Weavers Lodge|
Introduction to a Shamanic path of healing. Offers information on teachings, gatherings, and ceremonial opportunities, objectives, calendar, and resources. Located in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Contains articles, information about books and events. Includes comments and reviews of literature with links to other review sites.
Comprehensive site on Toltec Nagualism, Castaneda, and Miguel Ruiz. Offers sample book chapters and explains Toltec techniques such as seeing and recapitulation.