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Guardian spirit of western Siberian nations, Nganasan

Guardian spirit of the Nganasan people from western Siberia. A possible example a quasi compassionate ethnocentric power is the main spiritual protector for the Nganasan nation in Siberia. This spirit is considered to be merged with an impressive carved anthropomorphic …

Wangchuk initiations, burst into flame

Chokyi Wangchuk was invited to monastic residence, where Gyanag Tulku asked for the Tseta Sungdrel initiation. That same evening in the temple of the lamas residence, he performed, together with the two Gyanag tulkus, a lengthy offering ritual to Magzor …

Chökyi Wangchuk practice, Bardo Todol, Great spiritual power

Chökyi Wangchuk Rinpoche body reincarnation. When reached Derge Gönchen, where he remained for several weeks making generous donations to the monks, offering ornaments and furnishings for the monastery and lavishing gifts and donations to increase the capital that the monastery …

Chökyi Wangchuk travels in Central Tibet

Chökyi Wangchuk travels in Central Tibet. In the new year of the Water Horse 1942 traveled toward the regions of Ü and Tsang. During the journey he visited sacred places and objects, establishing bonds with realized sages in various places. …

Telepathic communication at long distance, Gurdjieff

Telepathic communication over great distance. In ancient times, so called simple or primitive people, such as the Australian aborigines, the Lapps of Finland and North and South American Indian tribes, would regularly communicate with each other telepathicaly at a great …

Real goal of healing, True health and illness

The real goal of healing treatment is to help the person who needs it to understand that he needs it. True health can only exist when we use our nature and a feeling unity with the whole: “Life and death, …

The laws of magic

The laws of magic are based on the principle that a bridge or conduit may be created between objects or actions which are similar to each other through the application of human will and intention. Fundamental rules is that ‘like …

Shaman practice is not full-time, shamanic work

Shamans practice is not full-time. For the Westerner, it is easy to assume that shaman work their profession full-time. In fact, however, shamans usually spend most of their time doing ordinary work such as farming or hunting, food gathering and …

Mircea Eliade and shamanism, Zuni religion

Mircea Eliade suggested that shamanism was the progenitor of all other spiritual systems and religions, although he made it clear that shamanism itself was a methodology, not a religion. Mircea Eliade shamanism. However, even was not immune from the mental-illness …

Shamans and Religious delusions, schizophrenia, journeys to other worlds

Schizophrenia, Shamans and delusions. The evidence offered was that they claimed that they could see, talk with spirits, and even use them to heal people. However, since shamans sometimes actually did seem to effect cures, they deserved more study if …

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Some are medicine