Michael Harner, Ph.D., has taught anthropology at various institutions, including the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia University, Yale University, and the New School in New York, and has practiced shamanism and shamanic healing since 1961 when he was initiated into Upper Amazonian shamanism. He is the founder of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies in Mill Valley, California.
This book was OK. I, actually, read it years ago. At the time, I did get into it. Looking back, I find it very hard to remember. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D
Very skillful and articulate author describes the path of a shaman very well. Will probably read this book several more times.Published 2 months ago by celia brunette
A well known and respected shamanic teacher provides a basic (and advanced) exercise in learning the journey.Published 2 months ago by Jon R. Christensen
Very interesting and thoroughly footnoted. Finding the notes and their referents seems cumbersome in the Kindle version. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brandyweave
This book was a really good introduction to Shamanism. He comes at it from an anthropological perspective which is different than many books written about spiritual topics and the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lyasa
I am still enjoying this book. A very interesting and informative look at shamanism around the world. The author would appear to know what he is on about.Published 2 months ago by Peter Cowell