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Ritual & indigenous healing approaches

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Ritual: Power, Healing and Community

In this remarkable book, Malidoma Some explores the essential role ritual plays in maintaining community and examines the structure common to all ritual.

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Pray Every Day for the Waters of the Earth~

We live in water in our mother’s womb,’ Hopi grandmother Mona Polacca explains. ‘Moments before we come into this world, the water of our mother’s womb gushes out, and we follow behind. That is why the Hopi call water our first foundation of life.’

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Varieties of Ritual Involving States of Consciousness

Rites of passage with a spiritual focus have for a long time been absent in the modern world.

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Mona Polacca + Marina Abramović: Rites and Rituals

Our world is shaped by ritual. Hopi/Havasupai/Tewa Grandmother Mona Polacca meets with the “grandmother of performance art” Marina Abramović to talk about the essential role that ritual, repetition, and durational experiences play in reminding of us of our relationships to all things.

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Weaving Worlds: Indigenous Traditions & Western Psychotherapy

In this unique cross-cultural conversation, we compare and discuss the connections between Mazatec healing traditions and Western psychotherapy.

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Françoise Bourzat: Psilocybin

Françoise Bourzat speaks about her journey with psilocybin.

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Way of the Ancient Healer: Sacred Teachings from the Philippine Ancestral Traditions

Way of the Ancient Healer provides an overview of the rich tradition of Filipino healing practices, discussing their origins, world influences, and role in daily life.

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Of Water and the Spirit: Ritual, Magic and Initiation in the Life of an African Shaman

Malidoma, whose name means "be friends with the stranger/enemy," was born under the shadow of French colonial rule in Upper Volta, West Africa. When he was four years old, he was taken by a Jesuit priest and imprisoned in a seminary built for training a new generation of "black" Catholic priests.

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