Neoshamanism
Neoshamanism refers to a "new"' form of what adherents call "shamanism", a modern system of seeking visions or healing. Neoshamanism comprises an eclectic range of beliefs and practices that involve ...
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Plastic shaman
Plastic shaman, or plastic medicine people, is a pejorative colloquialism applied to individuals who are attempting to pass themselves off as shamans, holy people, or other traditional spiritual leade...
Alberto Villoldo
Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D., is a Cuban-born psychologist, medical anthropologist and author, writing primarily in the field of neo-shamanism.
Villoldo graduated in 1969 with a bachelor's degree in In...
A Separate Reality
A Separate Reality: Further Conversations With Don Juan is a book written by anthropologist/author Carlos Castaneda, published in 1971, concerning the events that took place during his apprenticeship ...
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Miguel Ángel Ruiz
Don Miguel Ángel Ruiz (born 1952), better known as Don Miguel Ruiz, is a Mexican author of Toltec spiritualist and neoshamanistic texts. His teachings are similar to New Age philosophies which focuses...
Journey to Ixtlan
Journey to Ixtlan is the third book by Carlos Castaneda, published as a work of non-fiction by Simon & Schuster in 1972. It is about an alleged apprenticeship to the Yaqui "shaman," Don Juan.The t...
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Cléo Dubois
Cléo Dubois was an early member of the San Francisco Leather community and is now a BDSM educator, writer, documentarian, ritualist, and personal trainer in the kinky arts. Known for her fiery style ...
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Urban shamanism
Urban shamanism, also known as "digital shamanism" or "digital psychedelia", is a school of thought born out of the convergence of technological changes, art movements, and Eastern philosophies during...
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Core Shamanism
Neoshamanism refers to a "new"' form of what adherents call "shamanism", a modern system of seeking visions or healing. Neoshamanism comprises an eclectic range of beliefs and practices that involve ...
Víctor Sánchez (writer)
Victor Sanchez is a Mexican author. He was initially inspired by the writings of Carlos Castaneda and by his own studies among the Wirrarika, said to be cultural descendants of the Pre-Columbian Nativ...
Tonal (mythology)
Tonal (To nal) is a concept within the study of Mesoamerican religion, myth, folklore and anthropology. It refers to the belief found in many indigenous Mesoamerican cultures that a person upon being ...
Medicinemaker: Mystic Encounters on the Shaman's Path
Medicinemaker: Mystic Encounters on the Shaman's Path (ISBN 0-553-37932-1) is the second book in the Spiritwalker trilogy written by Dr. Hank Wesselman. The trilogy details a series of out-of-body ex...
Visionseeker: Shared Wisdom from the Place of Refuge
Visionseeker: Shared Wisdom from the Place of Refuge (ISBN 978-1-56170-828-4) is the third book in the Spiritwalker trilogy written by Dr. Hank Wesselman. The trilogy details a series of out-of-body ...
Don Juan Matus
Don Juan Matus is a spiritual guide (teacher) in the series of books on Nagualism by Carlos Castaneda. He is described as a Yaqui Indian. In the book, Castaneda writes that he first met Matus at a bus...
The Teachings of Don Juan
The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge was published by the University of California Press in 1968 as a work of anthropology. It was written by Carlos Castaneda and submitted as his Maste...
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Munay-ki
The Munay-Ki are a series of nine Empowerment rites based on the initiatory practices of the Q'ero shamans of Peru, as taught by anthropologist Alberto Villoldo. "Munay" in Quechua means "love and wil...
Tensegrity (Castaneda)
Tensegrity is a term used by Carlos Castaneda to refer to the modern form of the way of being taught to him by his teacher Don Juan Matus, and includes some movements called magical passes (positions ...
Toltec (Castaneda)
The term "Toltec" is used in the works of writer Carlos Castaneda to denote a person who was recruited into a band of sorcerers with a tradition that had its origin in the Native American culture of t...
Recapitulation (Castaneda)
Recapitulation is a term first used by Carlos Castaneda in his book, The Eagle’s Gift, published in 1982. In The Eagle's Gift, Florinda, one of don Juan's party of warriors, teaches Castaneda about th...