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Throughout the villages and towns of Indonesia , local healers known as dukun practice diverse activities from massage, bonesetting, midwivery, herbal medicine, spirit mediumship and divination.
Shamanism is part of the indigenous Ainu religion and Japanese religion of Shinto , although Shinto is distinct in that it is shamanism for an agricultural society.
Since the early middle-ages Shinto has been influenced by and syncretized with Buddhism and other elements of continental East Asian culture.
The book " Occult Japan: Shaman to Shinto uncovers the extraordinary aspects of Japanese beliefs. Shamanism is still practiced in North and South Korea.
In the south, shaman women are known as mudangs , while male shamans are referred to as baksoo mudangs. A person can become a shaman through hereditary title or through natural ability.
Shamans are consulted in contemporary society for financial and marital decisions. Shamanism were also practiced among the Malay community in Malay Peninsula and indigenous people in Sabah and Sarawak.
People who practice shamanism in the country are generally called as bomoh or pawang in the Peninsula. Mongolian classics, such as The Secret History of the Mongols , provide details about male and female shamans serving as exorcists, healers, rainmakers, oneiromancers, soothsayers, and officials.
Shamanic practices continue in present-day Mongolian culture. The spiritual hierarchy in clan-based Mongolian society was complex.
The highest group consisted of 99 tngri 55 of them benevolent or "white" and 44 terrifying or "black" , 77 natigai or "earth-mothers", besides others.
The tngri were called upon only by leaders and great shamans and were common to all the clans. After these, three groups of ancestral spirits dominated.
The "Lord-Spirits" were the souls of clan leaders to whom any member of a clan could appeal for physical or spiritual help. In the s, a form of Mongolian neo-shamanism was created which has given a more modern approach to shamanism.
Among the Buryat Mongols, who live in Mongolia and Russia, the proliferation of shamans since is a core aspect of a larger struggle for the Buryats to reestablish their historical and genetic roots, as has been documented extensively by Ippei Shimamura , an anthropologist at the University of Shiga Prefecture in Japan.
At these businesses, a shaman generally heads the organization and performs services such as healing, fortunetelling, and solving all kinds of problems.
In recent years many associations of Mongol shamans have become wary of Western "core" or "neo" or "New Age" shamans and have restricted access to only to Mongols and Western scholars.
Although a private event, two Western psychologist scholars of shamanism, Richard Noll and Leonard George were allowed to observe, photograph and post video of the event to YouTube.
Shamans were highly respected members of the community in the ancient animistic religions of the Philippines. They were generally known as babaylan or baylan.
In most Filipino ethnic groups, the shamans were almost always women. The few men who gain shaman status were usually asog or bayok , men who dressed as women and lived as women.
They usually acquire their role either by inheriting it from an older shaman or after surviving a serious illness or a bout of insanity.
Regardless of the method, full-fledged shamans are those who have acquired spirit familiars who serve as their guides into the spirit world.
The main role of shamans were as spirit mediums. Through the use of their familiars and various rituals, they allow their bodies to be possessed by spirits anito , thus facilitating communication between the spirit world and the material world.
There were different ranks and specializations of shamans among different Filipino ethnic groups. Some specialized in healing, others in prophecy, others in creating charms and spells, and so on.
The most powerful were usually believed to be sorcerers capable of controlling elemental spirits. Shamanistic practices in the Philippines were largely abandoned when the islands were converted to Christianity and Islam.
Though there are still traces of it among modern folk healers and in isolated tribes. Siberia is regarded as the locus classicus of shamanism.
Many classical ethnographic sources of "shamanism" were recorded among Siberian peoples. Manchu Shamanism is one of very few Shamanist traditions which held official status into the modern era, by becoming one of the imperial cults of the Qing dynasty of China alongside Buddhism , Taoism and traditional Heaven worship.
The Palace of Earthly Tranquility , one of the principal halls of the Forbidden City in Beijing , was partly dedicated to Shamanistic rituals.
The ritual set-up is still preserved in situ today. Among the Siberian Chukchis peoples, a shaman is interpreted as someone who is possessed by a spirit, who demands that someone assume the shamanic role for their people.
Among the Buryat, there is a ritual known as shanar  whereby a candidate is consecrated as shaman by another, already-established shaman. Among several Samoyedic peoples , shamanism was a living tradition also in modern times, especially at groups living in isolation, until recent times Nganasans.
In many other cases, shamanism was in decline even at the beginning of the 20th century, for instance, among the Roma. Geographical factors heavily influence the character and development of the religion, myths, rituals and epics of Central Asia.
While in other parts of the world, religious rituals are primarily used to promote agricultural prosperity, here they were used to ensure success in hunting and breeding livestock.
Animals are one of the most important elements of indigenous religion in Central Asia because of the role they play in the survival of the nomadic civilizations of the steppes as well as sedentary populations living on land not conducive to agriculture.
Shamans wore animal skins and feathers and underwent transformations into animals during spiritual journeys. Shamanism in Central Asia also places a strong emphasis on the opposition between summer and winter, corresponding to the huge differences in temperature common in the region.
The harsh conditions and poverty caused by the extreme temperatures drove Central Asian nomads throughout history to pursue militaristic goals against their sedentary neighbors.
This military background can be seen in the reverence for horses and warriors within many indigenous religions. Central Asian shamans served as sacred intermediaries between the human and spirit world.
In this role they took on tasks such as healing, divination, appealing to ancestors, manipulating the elements, leading lost souls and officiating public religious rituals.
The use of sleight-of-hand tricks, ventriloquism, and hypnosis were common in these rituals but did not explain the more impressive feats and actual cures accomplished by shamans.
Shamans perform in a "state of ecstasy" deliberately induced by an effort of will. Reaching this altered state of consciousness required great mental exertion, concentration and strict self-discipline.
Mental and physical preparation included long periods of silent meditation, fasting, and smoking. In this state, skilled shamans employ capabilities that the human organism cannot accomplish in the ordinary state.
Shamans in ecstasy displayed unusual physical strength, the ability to withstand extreme temperatures, the bearing of stabbing and cutting without pain, and the heightened receptivity of the sense organs.
Shamans made use of intoxicating substances and hallucinogens, especially mukhomor mushrooms and alcohol, as a means of hastening the attainment of ecstasy.
The use of purification by fire is an important element of the shamanic tradition dating back as early as the 6th century. People and things connected with the dead had to be purified by passing between fires.
These purifications were complex exorcisms while others simply involved the act of literally walking between two fires while being blessed by the shaman.
Shamans in literature and practice were also responsible for using special stones to manipulate weather. Rituals are performed with these stones to attract rain or repel snow, cold or wind.
This "rain-stone" was used for many occasions including bringing an end to drought as well as producing hailstorms as a means of warfare. The shamanic ceremony is both a religious ceremony and an artistic performance.
The fundamental purpose of the dramatic displays seen during shamanic ceremonies is not to draw attention or to create a spectacle for the audience as many Westerners have come to believe, but to lead the tribe in a solemn ritualistic process.
In general, all performances consist of four elements: The use of these elements serves the purpose of outwardly expressing his mystical communion with nature and the spirits for the rest of the tribe.
The true shaman can make the journey to the spirit world at any time and any place, but shamanic ceremonies provide a way for the rest of the tribe to share in this religious experience.
The shaman changes his voice mimetically to represent different persons, gods, and animals while his music and dance change to show his progress in the spirit world and his different spiritual interactions.
Many shamans practice ventriloquism and make use of their ability to accurately imitate the sounds of animals, nature, humans and other noises in order to provide the audience with the ambiance of the journey.
Elaborate dances and recitations of songs and poetry are used to make the shamans spiritual adventures into a matter of living reality to his audience.
The transformation into an animal is an important aspect of the journey into the spirit world undertaken during shamanic rituals so the coat is often decorated with birds feathers and representations of animals, coloured handkerchiefs, bells and metal ornaments.
The cap is usually made from the skin of a bird with the feathers and sometimes head, still attached. The drum or tambourine is the essential means of communicating with spirits and enabling the shaman to reach altered states of consciousness on his journey.
The drum, representing the universe in epitome, is often divided into equal halves to represent the earth and lower realms. Symbols and natural objects are added to the drum representing natural forces and heavenly bodies.
In Soviet Central Asia, the Soviet government persecuted and denounced shamans as practitioners of fraudulent medicine and perpetuators of outdated religious beliefs in the new age of science and logic.
The radical transformations occurring after the October Socialist Revolution led to a sharp decrease in the activity of shamans.
Shamans represented an important component in the traditional culture of Central Asians and because of their important role in society, Soviet organizations and campaigns targeted shamans in their attempt to eradicate traditional influences in the lives of the indigenous peoples.
Along with persecution under the tsarist and Soviet regimes, the spread of Christianity and Islam had a role in the disintegration of native faith throughout central Asia.
Poverty, political instability and foreign influence are also detrimental to a religion that requires publicity and patronage to flourish. By the s most shamans were discredited in the eyes of their people by Soviet officials and physicians.
Shamanism is also practiced in a few rural areas in Japan proper. It is commonly believed that the Shinto religion is the result of the transformation of a shamanistic tradition into a religion.
Forms of practice vary somewhat in the several Ryukyu islands, so that there is, for example, a distinct Miyako shamanism. Shamanism practices seem to have been preserved in the Catholic religious traditions of aborigines in Taiwan.
In Vietnam , shamans conduct rituals in many of the religious traditions that co-mingle in the majority and minority populations.
In their rituals, music, dance, special garments and offerings are part of the performance that surround the spirit journey. Some of the prehistoric peoples who once lived in Siberia and other parts of Central and Eastern Asia have dispersed and migrated into other regions, bringing aspects of their cultures with them.
For example, many Uralic peoples live now outside Siberia, however the original location of the Proto-Uralic peoples and its extent is debated.
Combined phytogeographical and linguistic considerations distribution of various tree species and the presence of their names in various Uralic languages suggest that this area was north of Central Ural Mountains and on lower and middle parts of Ob River.
Shamanism has played an important role in Turko-Mongol mythology: Tengriism — the major ancient belief among Xiongnu , Mongol and Turkic peoples , Magyars and Bulgars — incorporates elements of shamanism.
Some historians of the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern period have argued that traces of shamanistic traditions can be seen in the popular folk belief of this period.
Shamanistic practice and beliefs have been recorded at several parts of this vast area crosscutting continental borders. When speaking of "shamanism" in various Eskimo groups, we must remember that as mentioned above the term "shamanism" can cover certain characteristics of various different cultures.
Term "shaman" is used in several English-language publications also in relation to Eskimos. The belief system assumes specific links between the living people, the souls of hunted animals, and those of dead people.
Unlike the majority of shamanisms the careers of most Eskimo shamans lack the motivation of force: There was no political structure above the groups, their languages were relative, but differed more or less, often forming language continuums.
There are similarities in the cultures of the Eskimo groups      together with diversity, far from homogeneity.
The Russian linguist Menovshikov Меновщиков , an expert of Siberian Yupik and Sireniki Eskimo languages while admitting that he is not a specialist in ethnology  mentions, that the shamanistic seances of those Siberian Yupik and Sireniki groups he has seen have many similarities to those of Greenland Inuit groups described by Fridtjof Nansen ,  although a large distance separates Siberia and Greenland.
There may be certain similarities also in Asiatic groups with North American ones. The local cultures showed great diversity. The myths concerning the role of shaman had several variants, and also the name of their protagonists varied from culture to culture.
For example, a mythological figure, usually referred to in the literature by the collective term Sea Woman , has factually many local names: Conceptions of spirits or other beings had also many variants see e.
Native American and First Nations cultures have diverse religious beliefs and there was never one universal Native American religion or spiritual system.
Although many Native American cultures have traditional healers, ritualists, singers, mystics , lore-keepers and Medicine people , none of them ever used, or use, the term "shaman" to describe these religious leaders.
Rather, like other indigenous cultures the world over, their spiritual functionaries are described by words in their own languages, and in many cases are not taught to outsiders.
Many of these indigenous religions have been grossly misrepresented by outside observers and anthropologists, even to the extent of superficial or seriously mistaken anthropological accounts being taken as more authentic than the accounts of actual members of the cultures and religions in question.
Often these accounts suffer from " Noble Savage "-type romanticism and racism. Some contribute to the fallacy that Native American cultures and religions are something that only existed in the past, and which can be mined for data despite the opinions of Native communities.
Not all Indigenous communities have roles for specific individuals who mediate with the spirit world on behalf of the community.
Among those that do have this sort of religious structure, spiritual methods and beliefs may have some commonalities, though many of these commonalities are due to some nations being closely related, from the same region, or through post-Colonial governmental policies leading to the combining of formerly independent nations on reservations.
This can sometimes lead to the impression that there is more unity among belief systems than there was in antiquity. With the arrival of European settlers and colonial administration, the practice of Native American traditional beliefs was discouraged and Christianity was imposed  upon the indigenous people.
In most communities, the traditions were not completely eradicated, but rather went underground, and were practiced secretly until the prohibitive laws were repealed.
Up until and during the last hundred years, thousands of Native American and First Nations children from many different communities were sent into the Canadian Indian residential school system , and Indian boarding schools in an effort to destroy tribal languages, cultures and beliefs.
Canadian laws enacted in , and henceforth, have attempted to reverse previous attempts at extinguishing Native culture. In the Peruvian Amazon basin and north coastal regions of the country, the healers are known as curanderos.
Ayahuasqueros are Peruvians who specialize in the use of ayahuasca. In addition to curanderos use of ayahuasca and their ritualized ingestion of mescaline -bearing San Pedro cactuses Trichocereus pachanoi for the divination and diagnosis of sorcery , north-coastal shamans are famous throughout the region for their intricately complex and symbolically dense healing altars called mesas tables.
In several tribes living in the Amazon rainforest , the spiritual leaders also act as managers of scarce ecological resources    The rich symbolism in Tukano culture has been documented in field works    even in the last decades of the 20th century.
The yaskomo of the Waiwai is believed to be able to perform a soul flight. The soul flight can serve several functions:. Thus, a yaskomo is believed to be able to reach sky, earth, and water.
Among the Mapuche people of Chile , Machi is usually a woman who serves the community by performing ceremonies to cure diseases, ward off evil, influence the weather and harvest, and by practicing other forms of healing such as herbalism.
For the Aymara people of South America the Yatiri is a healer who heals the body and the soul, they serve the community and do the rituals for Pachamama.
Part of the healing power attributed to shamanic practices depends of the use of plant alkaloids taken during the therapeutic sessions.
Although Fuegians the indigenous peoples of Tierra del Fuego were all hunter-gatherers ,  they did not share a common culture. The material culture was not homogenous, either: Some of the cultures were coast-dwelling, others were land-oriented.
Shamans are summoned in order to purge the unwholesome spirits from a person. In Australia various aboriginal groups refer to their shamans as "clever men" and "clever women" also as kadji.
These aboriginal shamans use maban or mabain , the material that is believed to give them their purported magical powers. Besides healing, contact with spiritual beings, involvement in initiation and other secret ceremonies, they are also enforcers of tribal laws, keepers of special knowledge and may " hex " to death one who breaks a social taboo by singing a song only known to the "clever men".
In Mali , Dogon sorcerers both male and female communicate with a spirit named Amma, who advises them on healing and divination practices.
The classical meaning of shaman as a person who, after recovering from a mental illness or insanity takes up the professional calling of socially recognized religious practitioner, is exemplified among the Sisala of northern Gold Coast: Eventually, though, he learned to control their power, which he now uses to divine.
The term sangoma , as employed in Zulu and congeneric languages, is effectively equivalent to shaman.
Sangomas are highly revered and respected in their society, where illness is thought to be caused by witchcraft ,  pollution contact with impure objects or occurrences , bad spirits, or the ancestors themselves,  either malevolently, or through neglect if they are not respected, or to show an individual her calling to become a sangoma thwasa.
The majority of the herbal knowledge base is passed down from one inyanga to the next, often within a particular family circle in any one village. Shamanism is known among the Nuba of Kordofan in Sudan.
Harner has faced criticism for taking pieces of diverse religions out of their cultural contexts and synthesising a set of universal shamanic techniques.
Some neoshamans focus on the ritual use of entheogens ,  and also embrace the philosophies of chaos magic [ citation needed ] while others such as Jan Fries  have created their own forms of shamanism.
European-based neoshamanic traditions are focused upon the researched or imagined traditions of ancient Europe, where many mystical practices and belief systems were suppressed by the Christian church.
Some of these practitioners express a desire to practice a system that is based upon their own ancestral traditions. Many spiritual seekers travel to Peru to work with ayahuasqueros , shamans who engage in the ritual use of ayahuasca , a psychedelic tea which has been documented to cure everything from depression to addiction.
When taking ayahuasca, participants frequently report meeting spirits, and receiving divine revelations. The anthropologist Alice Kehoe criticizes the term "shaman" in her book Shamans and Religion: An Anthropological Exploration in Critical Thinking.
Part of this criticism involves the notion of cultural appropriation. Alice Kehoe also believes that the term reinforces racist ideas such as the Noble Savage.
To Kehoe, citing that ritualistic practices most notably drumming, trance, chanting, entheogens and hallucinogens, spirit communication and healing as being definitive of shamanism is poor practice.
Such citations ignore the fact that those practices exist outside of what is defined as shamanism and play similar roles even in non-shamanic cultures such as the role of chanting in Judeo-Christian and Islamic rituals and that in their expression are unique to each culture that uses them.
Such practices cannot be generalized easily, accurately, or usefully into a global religion of shamanism. Because of this, Kehoe is also highly critical of the hypothesis that shamanism is an ancient, unchanged, and surviving religion from the Paleolithic period.
He notes that for many readers, "-ism" implies a particular dogma, like Buddhism or Judaism. He recommends using the term "shamanhood"  or "shamanship"  a term used in old Russian and German ethnographic reports at the beginning of the 20th century for stressing the diversity and the specific features of the discussed cultures.
He believes that this places more stress on the local variations  and emphasizes that shamanism is not a religion of sacred dogmas , but linked to the everyday life in a practical way.
The various, fragmented shamanistic practices and beliefs coexist with other beliefs everywhere. There is no record of pure shamanistic societies although, as for the past, their existence is not impossible.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Shaman disambiguation. It has been suggested that History of Shamanism be merged into this article.
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Regarding Indian spirituality, the Plastic Shaman even out-Indians the actual ones. The messianic element, which Plastic Shamanism financially draws on, is installed in the Yoda-like elder themselves.
They are the ones — while melodramatically parting from their spiritual offshoot — who urge the Plastic Shaman to share their gift with the rest of the world.
Thus Plastic Shamans wipe their hands clean of any megalomaniac or missionizing undertones. Licensed by the authority of an Indian elder, they now have every right to spread their wisdom, and if they make quite more than a buck with it, then so be it.
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Different tribes have different traditions about the drum and how to play it, but the basic construction is very similar in most tribes: Traditionally American Indian drums are large, two to three feet in diameter, and they are played communally by groups of men who stand around them in a circle.
There are about 70 old drums in Scandinavia, which have survived from the old days. The map shows where the drums have been found.
Manker was a Swedish ethnographer. There were also hundred of older drums, but they all burned in the great fire of Copenhagen in Older drums were collected from northern Norway and Finland.
Today we have only 3 old drums from Finland, which have survived. Two of them are from the area of Kemi, southern Lapland and one from Utsjoki, northern Lapland.
The drums of Norway and Sweden have usually sun in the center of the drum heliocentric drum. Finnish and other northern Lappish drums have drums with three layers.
Some drums have both the sun and the layers and some drums have a world tree or world pillar in the middle of the drum. Heliocentric drum Southern Sami Drum, the sun in the middle: Finnish segment drums, the world with three layers.
The reddish colour is from alder tree die Erle. Every Finnish old drum had picture about world with three layers: The Upper world Ylinen , the realm of gods and light spirits The Middle World Keskinen , spirit side of this mundane world The Lower World Alinen , realm of power animals, ancestral spirits, gods of the dead people.
Some of the younger drums also had a map from the real world: Norway, Sweden, Finland, all the reindeers, villagers, church etc.
It was used as a tool for forecasting the future. There are all the totem artifacts, gifts from the spirits and secret symbols.
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