Volume 32, Number 2 • Spring/Summer 2019

Double Issue

Shamanism and the Wounded West

Karen Jaenke, Editor

Editor’s Introduction: Shamanism and The Wounded West
Karen Jaenke

Poem: dreams of memory
Nicolo Santilli

Wounded West: The Healing Potential of Shamanism in the Contemporary World
Ana María Llamazares

Reality, Invisible World, and Shamanism: An Outlook from the Indigenous Worldview
Carlos Martínez Sarasola

The Spirit Doctors of Nature
Connie Grauds

Assessing a Quest to Heal HIV with Vegetalista Shamanism
Robert Tindall

Walking in the Shaman’s Shoes: A Transformational Walk with the Family Soul
Francesco Mason Boring

The Contemporary Artist as Shaman
Denita M. Benyshek

The Indigenous Spiritual Healing Tradition in Calabria Italy
Stanley Krippner, Michael Bova, Ashwin Budden, and Roberto Galante

Fading Non-empirical Healing: The Reemergence of the Mending Mind
Carl M. Hild

Current Issues:
Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, and the Trickster: A Case Study of Archetypal Influence
Niko Whitmire

Book Review:
The Emergence of Somatic Psychology and Bodymind Psychotherapy, by Barnaby B. Barratt
Samuel Arthur Malkemus

Book Review:
The Street Corner Ching: The Ancient Chinese Oracle in Plain English, by Randy Handley
Cristina Kaplan


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