What Is Shamanism?
A shaman is a person who deliberately alters their consciousness in order to obtain information from the “spirit world”.
They use this ability to gain guidance and healing for themselves or others.
Shamanism exists all over the world and co-exists with most religions.
Shamanism was featured in the 2009 New York Times Bestseller The Horse Boy by Rupert Isaacson.
Written by a father of a child with autism, it’s about their journey to Mongolia in search of healing from shamans.
Stay tuned to learn more about shamanism and how a shaman can help your child.
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