Shamanic consciousness and the modern psyche

When it comes to understanding the psyche it’s often helpful to use many different models. These are posts that deal with it from a shamanic interpretation or similar.

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From Jung’s Red Book

●  Psychiatric drug withdrawal, kundalini and shamanic initiatory illness

●  Crash course in urban shamanism

●  The descent experience: metaphor for serious illness

●  Psychosis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Story as a Vehicle of Healing

●  Spiritual awakening journey

●  Soul in Crisis: why cultural healing must replace the “mental illness” fiction

●  When we feel depressed, anxious, or distressed, are we mentally ill? Or are we spiritually confused?

●  Compassion and the true meaning of empathy

●  Why are the strengths and abilities of those who are sensitive called “mental illness?”

●  Schizophrenic or shamanic experience?

●  We have come to be danced

●  Spiritual aspects of psychosis and recovery

●  We are all shamans in training

●  An Intimate Walk through the Labyrinth of Madness and Mysticism

●  A woman’s journey through madness and mysticism

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