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Mushroom Wisdom: How Shamans Cultivate Spiritual Consciousness Paperback – December 13, 2006
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Chapters on understanding the procession of potential experiences and working with potentially difficult experiences are laid out in a logical fashion. He also makes a very respectable go at helping the reader to understand the difference between a Shaman and someone who uses shamanic practices/tools.
I whole heartedly reccomend this book to anyone who has decided to engage any entheogens in a mindful way. Some of the techniques in here would obviously apply to DMT, Aya, LSD, and some other experiences; however, the main focus and intent is the mushroom experience.
If typos and repetition bother you, then move on and come back later after the author has a chance to fix the long, long list of typos.
Yup, repetition gets old quick. Seriously, the number of typos in this manuscript is beyond ridiculous.
Other than the typos around every page corner, I found the content satisfying and worth the price for those seeking some entheogen context in their spiritual journey.
This book should be among the primary books that spiritual workers desire in their collection of "knowledge", if they are contemplating experiencing shrooms. It is well written and very informative. Easy to understand. Note: There are typographical errors in the book, but that is not important. What is most important is the knowledge. Best wishes! :-)
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I realize that the author has experience working with Native American traditions, but my understanding was that they didn't really have any documented traditions around working... Read morePublished 19 days ago by AberHerrDoktor
some useful info, but very poorly written. i find it hard to belive the author has a Ph.D., as his writing comes off as pseudo-intellectual babble. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russell J. Carstens
Not really the best. Obviously written by an amateur. The composure and writing seems sloppy, but the content is interesting and good.Published 2 months ago by J. P.
This book has content, but not enough, could of been more.
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This book supported me during my most intense awakenings from 2008 to 2012, using psilocybin mushrooms for my own personal healing. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Keith Duckworth
Mr. Ball spoke to my heart! After 40+ years of traveling some of the same paths, I read these types of books all the time and seldom do I feel I am reading the work of someone who... Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by Ken Robinson
We do not have experience with mushrooms but this book was recommended and my husband and I both loved it. It is a magical read and one I highly recommend.Published on February 6, 2014 by Linda J. Mcdonell
This book is put together carelessly. The writing style uses unfounded generalisations and there are typos. Not trust inducing to me. I read 20 pages, then got a refund. Read morePublished on May 27, 2012 by P. Kuhn
This book is pretty shallow. The author seems to be inexperienced. He repeats himself throughout the text. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by Van