NLM ID: Shamanic rituals typically consist of induction, deepening, suggestion, and enactment, the same stages that characterize most forms of contemporary hypnosis. Contemporary humans are able to respond to placebos, suggestion, imagination, hypnotic induction, and other adaptive traits that had their origins in prehistoric shamanism. Shamans can be defined as community-sanctioned practitioners who obtain information that is not ordinarily available to their peers and use this information to help and to heal members of their community. Shamanic visions and journeys are not commonly reported by other community members; however, both yield information of value and both utilize shifts in consciousness related to hypnosis. The earliest shamanic ceremonies were very important in the lives of community members. By engaging in group dancing while drumming, rattling, and chanting, shamans often exhorted spirits to come to the aid of those in need; and to the community as a whole. The shaman sang, spoke to animals, expunged malevolent spirits, located game, healed the sick, and asked for protection against enemies.
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1890 – Shamanism and Trance Traditions
Summary: This article provides a description of the Depth Hypnosis modality that is particularly geared toward prospective practitioners. The following description is especially helpful for those who might be considering entering the advanced training course in Depth Hypnosis. The techniques of shamanism and hypnotherapy provide the catalysts for healing within that context. The differences between the disciplines of shamanism and hypnotherapy are much fewer than the similarities. Both seek to relieve dis-ease arising from the mental, emotional or spiritual body and affecting the physical body. Both see physical disease as an outgrowth of an imbalance in any one of the other bodies. Both seek to relieve this dis-ease by interacting, in an altered state, directly with the mental, emotional, or spiritual bodies, often using the physical body as an entrance into the more subtle bodies. Both schools of healing recognize that the patient has access to the answers behind his malady, but may not have keys to that access. In traditional shamanism, it is the shaman who seeks to find the key to the illness and unlock the healing potential. In hypnotherapy, a good hypnotherapist leads the patient to these keys through careful questioning and helps the patient insert the keys into the lock, which will release healing.
Jump to As Hypnosis began to receive more respect and research over the late 19th Century, researchers from other social sciences began to make detailed observations of hypnotic phenomena in exotic foreign cultures. One of the aspects that most fascinated them were trance traditions, the most widely-known of them being Shamanism. Derived from a Siberian term, Shamanism has come to define any healer that believes he heals by manipulating the power of spirits using a trance technique. The term can be useful because it describes a social position common to many cultures across the world, from Asia to Africa to the Americas.
P sycho-Shamanic Hypnotherapy is a style of therapy that I have developed and fine-tuned to help people achieve deep healing and personal transformation. This therapy is a blend of clinical hypnotherapy and shamanic healing. A fter many years of experience of helping clients achieve healing on an energetic and soul level through shamanic healing, I recognised that deep and powerful spiritual healing could be realised using hypnosis.