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Shamanism its practical challenges and limitations,in a modern world
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Shamanism its practical challenges and limitations,in a modern world

I have been looking at various post in this forum. I know nothing of shamanism, but from what I have observed based on your experiences;i-There is no concensus on the interpretation or treatment of problems;ii-there seems to be no resolution to problems;iii- Although well meaning and moral people are involved the religion seems to invit ea lot of problems that seldom occur outside of the shamanic world;iv-There are no structures in place dedicated to assisting and making whole again any 'soldier'that gets wounded in 'battle'; v- It seems to be unsafe for people to practise outside of structured environment or a culture; vi- Shaminism has to document its vast knowledge base, redefine some of its beliefs like all great religions do and create a better structure for passing on, and preservation of knowledge if it is to survive and remain relevant in a modern world.It should also recognise modern medicine and psychiatry as sometimes necessary alternatives.

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