Shamanism Without Borders Guidebook
A Guide to Shamanic Tending for Trauma and Disasters
The Shamanism Without Borders Guidebook is a foundational text for our Shamanism Without Borders Program, a global response network of shamanic practitioners who tend to trauma and disasters around the world.
In this second edition handbook, experienced shamanic practitioners explain techniques and principles used by shamans throughout time to deal with trauma and disasters, and how these practices are still applied today. Through stories and case studies, discover shamanic ways to respond to natural disasters, acts of terrorism, war, pollution, and anything that causes disruption and suffering to humanity, to animal and plant life, and to the earth’s delicate biosystems.
How is this different from the first edition? In the second edition we have added three new stories and subtracted one of the original stories at the author’s request, due to its contents being out of date with current happenings.