Shamanism is enjoying a renaissance in the West as more and more people seek to find their own balance with nature. This inspiring book, evocative of 'The Prophet' by Kahlil Gibran, is a celebration of that magic communion. It is the true shaman's insight into what humanity has lost and must rediscover if it is to survive. Lushly illustrated with beautiful pictures of Peru and Bolivia, the book combines the lyrical use of verse-like prose to convey the author's inspiring teachings. In this first English language edition of his work, Luis Espinoza (Chamalu) provides an exciting introduction to the indigenous wisdom of the Andes, about being closer to nature, healing the earth and venerating its sacred places. Anyone interested in native American wisdom will want to read this moving work by a charismatic and increasingly influential spiritual leader and healer. In the words of Chamalu, Andean Shamanism is an art. This book invites you to become an artist in the supreme art of living, to become a wayfarer on the Path of the Sun. It is the path of humility, the way of simplicity.
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Luis Espinoza, Chamalu, a Quechuan Indian trained in traditional Andean Shamanism, was born in Bolivia and is Founder of the Pachamam Movement in South America and Europe. He founded the Janajpacha (meaning Paradise) Community in a purpose-built traditional mountain village in his native Bolivia. This remarkable international centre of therapy, initiation and ecological education attracts people from all over the world.
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Description du livre Gateway, 1999. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P11185860043X
Description du livre Gateway, 1999. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 185860043X