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Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Didjeridu No. 2 by Stephen McDonnell

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The incredible sound of the aboriginal Australian didjeridu (an ancient hollow tube drone), accompanied by click sticks, carries one into an extended Dreamtime journey. The didjeridu is played masterfully by Stephen McDonnell. This recording, as in the case of the others in the series, is meant for use by experienced practitioners of shamanic journeying. The sound is in the classic aboriginal Australian mode, with the didjeridu played outstandingly by Stephen McDonnell at Michael Harner’s extended training course in shamanism and shamanic healing at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. The participants in this course provided the traditional click stick percussion sound accompaniment. Stephen, a white Australian, has been given recognition by aboriginal Australians for his mastery of the didjeridu.The Foundation for Shamanic Studies Journeywork® Series by Michael Harner From the Foundation for Shamanic Studies
Each program in this series has been specifically designed for serious journey work as explained by Michael Harner in his classic work The Way of the Shaman. These professional recordings have been digitally remastered for excellent journeying results.

 

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  • Dr. Michael Harner is widely acknowledged as the world’s foremost authority on experiential and practical shamanism and shamanic healing, and has had an enormous influence on both the academic and lay worlds. The founder and president of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, he pioneered the introduction of shamanism and the shamanic drum journey to contemporary life and is recognized as the world leader in this movement. He has done fieldwork in the upper Amazon, western North America, Samiland (Lapland), and the Canadian Arctic. His books include The Way of the Shaman, Hallucinogens and Shamanism, and The Jίvaro: People of the Sacred Waterfalls. In 2009, he was honored by California Pacific Medical Center's Institute for Health & Healing with the "Pioneers in Integrative Medicine Award." He also received special academic recognition through the presentation of sessions dedicated to him at the 2009 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Philadelphia. Three organizations of the AAA joined together to recognize him for his "pioneering work" in shamanism "as an academic and advocate" and for his role during the last forty years in the "exponential growth in anthropological studies of the importance and significance" of shamanism.

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