E–pub [Bushman Shaman: Awakening the Spirit Through Ecstatic Dance]
Bradford P. Keeney ñ 1 READThe author's journey to becoming
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shamanic practices around the world Explores the Bushmen's ecstatic shaking and dancing practices Written by the first non Bushmanpractices around the world Explores the Bushmen's ecstatic shaking and dancing practices Written by the first non Bushman become fully initiated into their healing and spiritual ways In Bushman Shaman Bradford Keeney details his initiation into the shamanic tradition of the Kalahari Bushmen egarded by some scholars as the oldest living culture on earth Keeney sought out the Bushmen while in South Africa as Visiting professor of psychotherapy He had known of the
KALAHARI TRANCE DANCE WHEREIN THE DANCERS' BODIES SHAKE UNCONTROLLABLYtrance dance wherein the dancers' bodies shake uncontrollably part of the healing ceremony Keeney was drawn to this tradition in the hope that it might
explain and provideand provide forum for his own ecstatic shaking which he had first experienced at the age of and had tried to suppress "and hide throughout his adult life Forthan a dozen years Keeney danced with Bushmen shamans in communities throughout Botswana "hide throughout his adult life Forthan a dozen years Keeney danced with Bushmen shamans in communities throughout Botswana Namibia until finally becoming fully in.
Itiated into their doctoring and spiritual ways Through his ediscovery of the
rope to God in a Bushman shaman dream he offers eaders accountsto God in a Bushman shaman dream he offers eaders accounts his shamanic world travels
and the secrets of the soul he learned along the way In Bushman Shaman Keeney also his workthe secrets of the soul he along the way In Bushman Shaman Keeney also eveals his work shamans from Japan Tibet Bali Thailand Australia and North and South America providing new understandings of other forms of shamanic spiritual expression and integrating the practices of all these traditions into a sacred circle of one trut.
Bradford P. Keeney