Think I mentioned this book last Fall when I first discovered it--it is a great resource and my new favorite book-- a timely and thorough updated alternative to Eliade. Here's a book review I just came across so you can get a feel for it:
Thought some of you in this group would like to know about this retreat in March in Peru with C. Michael (Mikkal) Smith. His book, Jung and Shamanism in Dialogue, has been a go-to book for me for years.
Recent findings by archaeologists stretching from Tennessee to the Mississippi, from the Kentucky line down to Alabama, have unearthed over 44 open air rock face paintings and 50 cave paintings ranging in age from 500 to 6000 years old using carbon
This is a fascinating—and fairly compelling (I think)—article on how psilocybin mushrooms stimulate and connect parts of the brain that don't normally talk to each other, decreasing brain "chatter" and also the part of our brains that is responsible
Hi Steven. Welcome to the group. It's wonderful to hear about your writing and your experience. I wish I had met Don Sandner. I've heard so many amazing things about him, and his work definitely lives on. I, for one, would love to read whatever you'r