Urban Shaman

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Programming/selection process is by ongoing submissions presented by artists, curators or groups. The Director selects exhibitions based on their artistic merit and relevancy to contemporary Aboriginal art. Programming includes contemporary art in all media/new media, two- and three-dimensional work and performance-based art. Urban Shaman currently has three curated exhibition spaces.

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Mission Statement Urban Shaman is an Aboriginal artist-run centre dedicated to meeting the needs of artists by providing a vehicle for artistic expression in all disciplines and at all levels by taking a leadership role in the cultivation of Indigenous art.

Vision Urban Shaman is a contemporary Indigenous Aboriginal art gallery that preserves the integrity of our Aboriginal culture while remaining grounded in it.

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About the Author

Serge Kahili King is the Ph.D. author of several works on Huna shamanism in Hawaii, such as Urban Shaman and Instant Healing. He holds a doctorate of psychology. His training in shamanism was provided by the Kahili Family of Kauai. Aloha International, which is a non-profit worldwide network that brings together individuals committed to making the world better, has Dr. King as its Executive Director.

King, a published author, has the most extensive collection of books and digital media about Huna (the Polynesian philosophy of living well) and Aloha (the Hawaiian Islands' attitude of love, peace, and harmony). Also, he is a frequent writer about Hawaiian culture.

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Bibliography

Janet Goff, "Religion and Japan: Arrows to Heaven & Earth". Japan Quarterly. Tokyo: Jul-Sep 1997.Vol.44, Iss. 3; pg. 105. (Reviewing Religion and Japan, Cambridge University Press. 1996.

Roberts T. B. (editor). (2001). Psychoactive Sacramentals. Essays about Entheogens. San Francosco: Council on Spiritual Practices.

Roberts T. B., Hruby P. J. (1995-2002). The Entheogen Chrestomathy: Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments Online archive.

Roberts T. B. "Chemical Input Religious Output: Entheogens." Chapter 10 of Where God and Science Meet Vol. 3: Psychology of Religious Experience Robert Mc. Namara (editor)(2006). Westport, CT: Praeger/Greenwood.

Hall, W. Serge Kahili (1990): Crash Course for Urban Shamanism King. Urban Shaman. Simon & Schuster.

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It is customary to ask someone in Ireland if she would like some tea. The woman asks you if you want a cup of tea. You respond by saying no. She then asks you whether or not you are sure. You say of course you're sure, really, you don't need a thing. They pronounce it as ting. The ting doesn't really matter. It's okay, she replies, because I had planned to buy some. Ah, you say, well, if you were going to get yourself some, I wouldn't mind a spot of tea, at that, so long as it's no trouble and I can give you a hand in the kitchen. Then you go through the whole thing all over again until you both end up in the kitchen drinking tea and chatting.

Americans are asked if they want tea. If you do not say yes, then the person asking you doesn't give you any.

765 people liked "I like the Irish Way better" I don’t even talk to God. I'm an engineer and the engine of her goddamned car was broken.

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Roger Rumrill (a Lima-based journalist and an authority on Peruvian Amazon) interviewed Guillermo Arrevalo. Guillermo is a Shipibo urban Shaman from Pucallpa who relies on ayahuasca for curing rituals. Sr. Arrevalo talks about drug tourism. It is where people in urban places offer foreigners tours that allow them to go on drug-induced spiritual experiences. Arrevalo distinguishes between folkloric shamanism and touristic practices which are currently in vogue and, in his opinion, are the result of people trying to resolve personal problems. Arrevalo believes there is a psychological and spiritual crisis both in Europe and North America. The Shipibo shaman laments the misuse of toxic plants as additives to the ayahuasca potion and the damage that these plants cause to the unsuspecting tourist who doesn't really get his money's worth from shamans without experience, people who are liars and cheats and who don't have the capacity, the preparation or the boldness to do the work.

 

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The Urban Shaman, Calling All Dreamers Semi-Finalist, Joins Fox40

Morning Eleven entrepreneurs are moving forward in Sacramento's Calling All Dreamers, a competition to help start-up businesses get up and running.

Tiffany Bedolla, Urban Shaman & Safe Space Bodywork, was a semifinalist. Martina joined her on FOX40's patio to discuss the business and competition.

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