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shamanism ????

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  1. Shamanism is a range of traditional beliefs and practices concerned with communication with the spirit world. A practitioner of shamanism is known as a shaman. There are many variations of shamanism throughout the world and several common beliefs are shared by all forms of shamanism. Shamans are intermediaries between the human and spirit worlds. They can treat illness and are capable of entering supernatural realms to provide answers for humans.

  2. shamanism is a form of religion which includes a belief in the power of the shaman, where the shaman is a person who has special powers to control or influence good and evil spirits which enables them to discover the cause of illness, bad luck, etc.

  3. shamanism is not a religion but a kind of medicine wich mix nature plants with spiritual rituals to get the healthness and reach the “extasis of spirit” it has the origins in siberian areas and central Asia and extend all over North america and South america. Shamanist make use of special plants to get the “extasis state” like in my country some indigenous comunities whom practice shamanism make use of a fungy pellote which they eat and as a psicotropic fungy make them to enter in a “spiritual state” that let them stay in a close relationship with natural forms and give them an space in their life.
    Because it is not a religion but a spiritual medicine there are several kind of shamanist practices such as Animist (like i mentioned before) Budist (where the budist try to reach the nirvana through the liberation of the material and wordly things) and the one practiced for some christians where the goal is having a close contact with God. Ä°n this kind of medicine the chaman works in the illness as a active factor ie. control of your body and subjecting the illness wich is the difference among it and occidental medicine where the pacient keep in pasive state and the doctor is in charge of “make up” the illness.

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